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Google Maps 2.0 for iOS includes iPad support, live traffic and road incident reports (Update: offline map mode, too)
Google tonight released an update to Google Maps for iOS making it a universal app that now supports the iPad's native resolution. Finally.
Roambi Business takes Roambi Analytics off-prem; North American Partner Program formalizes SI/reseller channel.
Despite legal woes, Samsung will supply Apple with retina display screens for the new iPad range.
It's no real surprise that Apple will launch an iPhone 5S this year, but there are reports we may see the new iPad launch announcement move back to the first half of the year again.
A cut in iPad display production seems to corroborate earlier reports that demand for Apple's iPhone and iPad devices is finally waning.
The iPad's Web usage share took a battering during December as people unwrapped, and started to use Kindle Fire, Samsung Galaxy, and Google Nexus tablets.
The recent iOS 6.0.2 update may have a additional "feature" that users neither expect, nor will welcome: a steady loss of battery power.
Wave thinks integration, Xero eases reporting and Kashoo updates iPad app.
The iPad continues its strong arm over the tablet market, but the holiday season should put more Android tablets in the hands of users.
As the patent war between continues, Apple looks to cut Samsung from the lucrative Mac and iOS-based supply chain by turning to new suppliers for batteries.
While Apple continues to dominate the growing tablet market, Samsung is making a play with their Android competitors. Asus also did well thanks to the Google Nexus 7 launched earlier this year.
According to several reports, Apple in the fall will release the full Siri voice recognition agent technology in iOS 6. Current third-generation iPads support voice dictation but not the full Siri artifical-intelligence system introduced in the iPhone 4S.
In an apparent softening of its previous take on the device, Consumer Reports is giving the latest iPad its seal of approval.
Microsoft is banning its sales and marketing employees from buying Macs and iPads with company money, according to a leaked email.The email was apparently sent by Alain Crozier, the chief financial officer of the Sales, Marketing, Services, IT and Operations Group (SMSG), a week ago.
Source says LG Display is providing touchscreen panels for Cupertino, alongside Samsung, according to news report.
According to a new report published on Friday, approximately one-third of mobile web users are certain that they will buy an iPad 3.
Proview Technology, which holds the rights to the iPad trademark in China, has sought to have the devices removed from shops, according to local news reports
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.
Chinese resellers take Apple's tablet computers off shelves; local company which owns "iPad" trademark in China filing injunction to block sale of iPad in domestic market, says report.
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