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iPad 2nd Generation Could Feature Camera and Mini USB Port, Analysts Say

iPad 2nd Generation Could Feature Camera and Mini USB Port, Analysts Say

With the new year quickly approaching, talk about the new iPad is heating up. Even if we are a few months away from when, more than likely, Apple will officially unveil the second generation iPad, the rumor mill is sifting out plenty of information. This time around, analysts from Goldman Sachs are chiming in with knowledge they've gathered from different sources, including supply-chain checks. The analysts say that not only is Apple working on a smaller iPad, but it will be a tablet device from Apple that includes plenty of extras that the original tablet was missing.

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Mini iPad coming Q1 2011 for sub-$400 insists analyst

Mini iPad coming Q1 2011 for sub-$400 insists analyst

The iPad has been on store shelves for less than a week, and already there are mutterings about the next model.  According to an unusually self-referential DigiTimes report - which quotes someone else working at DigiTimes - Apple are planning to launch a "5- to 7-inch version of the iPad" in Q1 2011, targeted at the ereader market and for those users not wishing to do much in the way of text input.

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ICD Gemini takes on iPad: 1GHz Tegra 2, 3G, multitouch & Android

ICD Gemini takes on iPad: 1GHz Tegra 2, 3G, multitouch & Android

Last we heard of ICD, the company were showing us their Tegra 2-based Vega and Ultra tablets at CES 2010; now they're back with details of a new model, the ICD Gemini, again using the second-generation 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra chipset and now paired with an 11.2-inch touchscreen (using either a resistive or capacitive panel, both of which support multitouch).  Android does duty as the OS, and the specs certainly don't disappoint at first glance: integrated 3G with voice functionality, WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, together with USB peripheral support and twin cameras.

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Apple iPhone and iPad sales: 43.7m and 16.4m in Q2 2014

Apple iPhone and iPad sales: 43.7m and 16.4m in Q2 2014

Apple sold 43.7m iPhones in Q2 2014, while iPad sales reached 16.4m, with phone sales rising compared to the previous year, though the same could not be said of the tablet category. Sales of the iPhone decreased 14-percent quarter-on-quarter - though were up 17-percent year-on-year - while revenue from smartphone sales dropped by a fifth to $26bn QoQ but up 14-percent YoY.

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iPad still dominates tablet web use but Samsung improves

iPad still dominates tablet web use but Samsung improves

The tablet market may have more options in it than ever before, but Apple's iPad still dominates usage in North America according to the latest research. Samsung made gains on the iPad in Q2 2014, stats firm Chitika says, but its 8.3-percent of the tablet web traffic pie pales in comparison to Apple's 77.2-percent, with the iPad's share declining slightly year-on-year but not enough to shift the chart considerably.

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Larger iPhone 6 could cannibalize iPad mini

Larger iPhone 6 could cannibalize iPad mini

When the first real glimpses of the iPad mini came about, a wave of analyst suggestions made clear the possibility that a new iPad could eat into sales of an old one. More importantly, an iPad with a smaller display and a smaller price had real potential for eating into sales of the larger, more expensive model. As it turned out, there was a possibility that the iPad mini would cannibalize AND drive iPad sales as it hit the market.

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2014 iPad tipped to feature Touch ID and A8 CPU

2014 iPad tipped to feature Touch ID and A8 CPU

New rumors are circulating that have to do with the iPads that Apple is expected to launch this year. The source of these new rumors is analyst Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI and they are based on details that the analyst gleaned from sources in the industry. According to these rumors, Apple will use price adjustments and product refreshes to drive what the analyst terms "modest growth" in its tablet sales in 2014.

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Microsoft Build 2014 is here: What to expect

Microsoft Build 2014 is here: What to expect

Microsoft's Build 2014 opens tomorrow, April 2nd, a chance for new CEO Satya Nadella to not only convince developers and the industry that his "mobile first, cloud first" strategy makes sense, but that Microsoft has the skills to deliver on it. After impressing with the Office for iPad launch, Nadella has a far bigger audience to preach The Windows Way to at Build, though there are plenty of balls in the air that he still needs to keep moving.

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