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.
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.
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.
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.
Why are some companies consistently create breakthrough innovations while others can't innovate themselves out of a hole? Ask David Croslin.
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