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iPad Mini claimed by Bloomberg

iPad Mini claimed by Bloomberg

This week the product known as the iPad Mini has once again appeared in the rumor mill courtesy of Bloomberg. According to two sources with knowledge of the plans speaking to that publication, an iPad with a smaller screen than the current standard sized iPad is in the works. This new iPad Mini will have a screen that's between 7 to 8 inches diagonally and will be announced by October.

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iPad power costs $1.36 a year

iPad power costs $1.36 a year

For a device that's so extremely popular that the rest of the tablet market is inevitably compared to it first and foremost, it seems that the iPad is undeniably inexpensive when it comes to cash needed to charge it up. The iPad has an internal battery - a rather large one, at that - and according to Electric Power Research Institute, it's only costing you an average of $1.36 USD a year to keep the device on. This study also included several other devices and electronic items you've got around the house as well, with the most expensive item being a refrigerator at $65.72 per year.

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Apple fights hard for iPad3.com domain

Apple fights hard for iPad3.com domain

Apple is determined to get the iPad3.com domain, after the company filed a claim for the inactive domain with the World Intellectual Property Organization for the second time in two months. While the iPad 3 only existed in everyone’s mind prior to the unveiling of the new iPad [see our full review here], it’s clear that Apple recognizes that some people still call it the third iPad to differentiate it from the others, prompting them to move toward trying to seize iPad3.com.

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Chrome for iOS hits US App Store

Chrome for iOS hits US App Store

Chrome for iOS, announced at Google IO just a few hours ago, has already begun to hit the App Store, though there's a sting if you're expecting the full Google browser experience. The new browser is the latest iteration of Chrome, bringing features like tab sync to iPhone and iPad; however, it's not built on the speedy underlying engine of Chrome on other platforms, such as Android.

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iPad mini rumors reignite over Nexus 7

iPad mini rumors reignite over Nexus 7

Google's own-brand entrance into the 7-inch tablet market with the Nexus 7 has refueled speculation about a so-called iPad mini, with Apple expected to face increasing pressure to compete at the tweener size. Rumors of a smaller iPad - which would slot into the mid-point between the existing, 9.7-inch model, and the 3.5-inch iPhone and iPod touch - have circulated for as long as the iPad has been on sale; however, the arrival of the new Nexus 7 running Jelly Bean is arguably the biggest motivator yet for Apple to make good on the heresay.

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Griffin + Threadless Folio for iPad Review

Griffin + Threadless Folio for iPad Review

This week we've got our hands on one of the newest series of iPad covers from the extended iPhone and iPad case series made by Griffin in collaboration with Threadless! This lovely Folio is a now-classic design by Griffin working with the artwork of Jeremy Todd, with the design on the front and back being called "City Canals." This design was made by Jeremy Todd for Threadless (and Griffin) in Chicago, and as a bit of a bonus you've got the option of downloading a perfectly sized wallpaper for your iPad to match - it's the total package!

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Apple fined $2.28m in Australia over 4G iPad court case

Apple fined $2.28m in Australia over 4G iPad court case

It looks like the iPad 4G fiasco in Australia has come to an end, although we imagine Apple isn't exactly happy with the result. If you remember, the company sold “WiFi + 4G” versions of the new iPad in Australia, but the tablet wouldn’t work on the country’s LTE networks, causing confusion among customers. The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission set out to make things right by taking the case to court, and now Apple has been ordered to pay a AUD $2.55 million (~$2.28 million) fine.

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Spotify Radio hits iPhone and iPad for free

Spotify Radio hits iPhone and iPad for free

Spotify has brought its free mobile radio service to the iPhone and iPad, offering both ad-supported and premium subscribers unlimited streaming song access while on the move. A free download [Update: Spotify now says the app will be released in the "next few days"], the newly updated Spotify app allows listeners to construct personalized radio stations from the 16m-strong catalog, save individual tracks from them to their own playlists, and share radio stations with friends.

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Apple devs ready for display boost says Piper Jaffray

Apple devs ready for display boost says Piper Jaffray

This past week at WWDC 2012, Apple's big developer conference for the year, analyst Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray polled 100 developers on what they thought about a possible larger display in the iPhone 5. This discussion was expanded with talk of a possible iPad Mini, this expanding the number of displays that an iOS developer would potentially have to create apps for to 4 or more, this one heck of a lot more than ever before for Apple's mobile operating system.

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Mozilla Junior wants to revolutionize iPad browsing

Mozilla Junior wants to revolutionize iPad browsing

Mozilla has revealed a new iPad browser project, Junior, which the company promises will rebuild the concept of tablet internet surfing. Described as "an iPad browser that makes browsing more fun, more ergonomic and re-thinks browser user experience from the ground up", Junior is part of Mozilla's Product Design Strategy work, aiming to cut off rivals at the pass by outthinking them in advance.

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