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The Daily Slash: March 29th 2010

The Daily Slash: March 29th 2010

Can you feel the anticipation for the end of the week? Despite the fact it's only Monday, there's definitely more than just a handful of people out there waiting for the weekend. Nevertheless, welcome to another edition of the Daily Slash, where we bring you the other interesting pieces of news you may have missed during the daily grind. In tonight's issue, we have a few iPad stories that boast ridiculous numbers, as well as a little bit of (figurative) gold goodness. We've managed to wrangle up a DIY story that's destined to make you want to get medieval on someone you know, and we've got bookends straight from a galaxy far, far away. And, to tie it all up, we've got the end of an era. Got that popcorn ready? Great. Let's do it.

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Apple iPad Cumulative Orders Reaching 500,000, Approved iPad Apps Make Appearance

Apple iPad Cumulative Orders Reaching 500,000, Approved iPad Apps Make Appearance

Apple has a tablet coming out. Have you heard? Of course you have. And, despite the fact that some analysts have painted the future gadget as little less than a mark in Apple's long list of releases, it seems that the actual numbers may actually point to something quite different. In fact, if you were to look over the numbers, it seems that the Apple iPad is actually doing quite well for itself.

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Palm Pre and Pixi Face AT&T Launch Delays, Reduced Number of Units

Palm Pre and Pixi Face AT&T Launch Delays, Reduced Number of Units

The launch of a Palm smartphone running webOS on AT&T's network hasn't actually been confirmed as of yet, but that's not stopping the analysts from declaring their assumptions. The release of the AT&T Palm Pre (Plus?) and Pixi (Plus?) has been on the rumor mill for quite some time, and many people think it's just about as confirmed as it can get without an actual official statement from Palm. It would be a great thing to see a webOS device hit AT&T, but not so much if these latest murmurings have any truth to them.

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