Australian airline JetStar plans to roll out its iPad rentals on all domestic and international flights later in 2010.
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CNET co-founder Shelby Bonnie lost his iPad and then got it back with a cheeky balloon delivery and a bevy of entertaining Facebook posts.
The launch of Apple's iPad 2 is being billed as one of the largest ever and analysts are noting that the majority of buyers didn't own the tablet previously.
Amazon provided its most detailed figures on sales of its Kindle put the units in the marketplace in the millions. The big questions: How long can Amazon can defend its turf vs. Apple's iPad? And will consumers consider the iPad and Kindle to be two completely different devices with different use cases?
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Hewlett-Packard said its Wi-Fi version of its TouchPad will be available in the U.S. July 1 and the door is open to be a tablet contender. After all, other so-called iPad killers have largely flopped.
Sales of media tablets such as Apple's iPad, Samsung's Galaxy Tab and an army of other competitors from RIM, Motorola and Hewlett-Packard will give global IT spending a boost, says Gartner.
Apple's supply chain was able to procure enough parts to launch the iPad in a bevy of countries right from the start.
Apple's next-gen iPad will be reportedly announced March 2 and in the meantime the rumor mill is kicking into overdrive.
Motorola Mobility confirmed the tech industry's worst-kept secret: The Xoom tablet with 32GB of storage and 4G capable will run you $800 unsubsidized. A Wi-Fi only version will run you about $600.