The hottest stories of the week included Android KitKat, new PRISM revelations, 1 gig LTE, and iPad Air speed tests. The ignore list included Silicon Valley secession and Motorola's Project Ara.
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Early benchmark results for Apple's new iPad Air suggest that it is 80 percent faster than the iPad 4, and a whopping seven times faster than the iPad 2.
Could a lack of innovation leave Apple's flagship tablet vulnerable to new PC form factors such as ultrabook systems? One analyst thinks so.
A noted Apple blogger says the company is presently testing a 7.85-inch iPad in its labs. Should Apple even bother to release a smaller iPad?
The new iPad is just as fragile as the iPad 2. Surprised?
The new iPad runs about seven degrees warmer than its predecessor under heavy use, tests have shown.According to tests performed by the US Consumer Reports site, a resource-intensive game such as Infinity Blade II can see the new iPad get as warm as 47 degrees Celsius (116 degrees Fahrenheit) when plugged in.
A gallery of photos comparing the camera quality of the Apple iPad (third-generation) to the Apple iPhone 4s.
Ybuy is opening up rentals for Apple's latest iPad starting April 1st.
Here's the "one more thing" that Amazon hopes it never hears. According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple is working on an 8-inch iPad that, if it ever sees the light of day, would compete with the highly successful Kindle Fire.
A new analysis of the iPad and its rival tablets suggests that the key to Apple's competitive, successful design strategy is its tight control of the innovation process. Here are three reasons why.
DisplayMate performed in-depth lab and viewing tests of the iPad 2, Motorola Xoom, Asus Transformer, Acer Iconia, and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 -- and the results may surprise you.
If you don't want to use your fingers with a capacitive touch-screen, there are now an increasing number of compatible styluses — devices that take advantage of the physics of capacitive screens to give you a choice of innovative and unusual designs. They take many forms, from utilitarian plastic to jeweller-design titanium.
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While it would be natural to assume that iPad 2's thinner glass would be more fragile that its predecessor, iFixyouri tested both and determined that iPad 2 glass is just as strong as iPad 1 glass.
Queensland Health this week revealed it was running a trial of Apple's hyped iPad tablet, deploying the device within its administrative employees, although tests with clinical staff have not yet kicked off.
Research in Motion posted a side-by-side video comparing the PlayBook tablet to the iPad. In the video the PlayBook loads web pages faster than the iPad and its Flash capability adds sizzle to sites like Adidas.com.
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Colleges and schools are deploying Apple's iPad tablet fast - much faster than enterprises are. Check out this online list of the early adopters.
Why are some companies consistently create breakthrough innovations while others can't innovate themselves out of a hole? Ask David Croslin.
After Apple revved the iPhone in June and the iPod lineup in September 1 the next logical candidate for an upgrade is the iPad -- and it might be coming sooner than originally expected.
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