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Apple presents 'the new iPad'

Apple has introduced a new model to its successful iPad range, which it calls 'the new iPad', rather than the iPad 3.The device was launched on Wednesday in San Francisco and brings a number of new hardware features, such as a 5-megapixel camera, high-resolution 'retina' display and quad-core graphics processor for an improved gaming experience.

March 7, 2012 by

Latest iPad 3 rumor: LG, Samsung will build its screen, not Sharp

Just a few weeks ago, it looked like Sharp had won the right to supply Apple with the LCD panels for the forthcoming iPad 3, but a Korean website is now reporting that LG and Samsung will be the providers of what it is rumored to be a higher-resolution screen.According to the Electronic Times Internet, Sharp was unable to pass muster with Apple over mass production issues.

January 12, 2012 by

Apple's third-generation iPad pushes laptop replacement one step closer in the corporate world. How will an iPad with much better graphics and a faster network connection affect the enterprise?

March 5, 2011

Jailbreak community patch bugs that Apple won't

On Wednesday Apple released iOS 4.0.2 firmware for the iPhone and iPod touch and 3.2.2 for the iPad. This update fixes the security exploit that was used by the jailbreakme.com website to jailbreak iDevices. But there's a catch. While Apple acknowledges the seriousness of the issue, there's no fix on offer for first-generation iPhone and iPod touch owners. You haven't spent any money lately, so no patch love for you.

August 11, 2010 by

As Firefox infiltrates the enterprise, its market share will increase

As a follow-up to my previous post about Firefox market share increasing, note that the XiTi website has some interesting stats Firefox will continue its upward trend, as Enterprises start using it more and graphics showing that Firefox take-up is much higher in parts of Europe and Oceania than in the US, Asia and other parts of the world. With 20% market share across Europe and just below 20% in Australia and New Zealand, Firefox is really a major player in those markets now.

July 14, 2006 by

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