A cut in iPad display production seems to corroborate earlier reports that demand for Apple's iPhone and iPad devices is finally waning.
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The battleground that Intel, Microsoft, and the ODMs have chosen to challenge the iPad on is a predictable one: price.
A year ago, the Apple iPad dominated the tablet market with a nearly 40 point lead over Android. Now, two reports show Apple's lead has been cut by more than 20 points, with the Kindle Fire passing Samsung in the assault.
Apple delivered some modest price cuts to the iPad and drove sales on Black Friday. The move should keep worrywart analysts at bay for a bit.
Amazon's Kindle Fire and talk of iPad upgrades just months away may be hampering Apple's tablet sales. Price cuts could change that equation in a hurry though, say analysts.
Chief financial officer Tim Morse has become interim chief executive, following Carol Bartz's departure after two-and-a-half years heading up the struggling digital media company
High demand for Apple products may limit digital camera shipments in Q2 2011.
Apple's iPad also maintains its dominance of the tablet market...
National Robotics Week unveils the Robot Block Party
You're going to be hearing a lot about whether the iPad can be an adequate replacement for the netbook, which Steve Jobs derided when he first announced the Apple tablet back in January. In particular, netbooks with 10-inch screens appear vulnerable as their screen size is similar to the iPad's 9.
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