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ChangeWave shows iPad dominating steady tablet market

ChangeWave shows iPad dominating steady tablet market

This month the analysts at ChangeWave are reporting that the tablet market as a whole is growing steadily as of this May, with the iPad continuing to show undeniable dominance over its competitors. The only two tablets shown to be grabbing a market share worth mentioning in this study were the Amazon Kindle Fire and the Samsung Galaxy Tab, with ChangeWave noting that Samsung is growing while Amazon falls. This study shows that tablet demand as of May of this year continues to grow steadily, with 7% of respondents saying they were planning on purchasing a tablet in the next 90 days.

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SlashGear iOS App of the Week: Quip

SlashGear iOS App of the Week: Quip

This application is of a special breed, fighting for ultimate glory in the world of Twitter-reliant software made possible only by the incessant Tweeting of millions of hyperactive text lovers. What you get here that's different from the rest of the pack is a set of well-tuned points that makes a person like me live it above all others. The three points are also in addition to the smooth and ultimately eye-pleasing amalgamation of graphics that surround the functional interface here - and it's all just a buck besides.

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iFrogz iPad 3rd Gen Summit Case Review

iFrogz iPad 3rd Gen Summit Case Review

This week we've gotten our hands on an iPad case that's made to take what iFrogz did with the iPad 2 Summit Case and bump it up to a whole new generation for a whole net slate! This new case is also called the Summit, but here it's made for the iPad 3rd Generation (see our iPad 3 review here) and has spots for both a stylus and your business card. This case is not only ready to be your one and only iPad case and stand combo, it's also on sale (for an extremely limited amount of time!) Have a look at why you've just gotta grab it now!

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Absinthe 2.0 iOS 5.1.1 jailbreak released for iPad, iPhone and iPod

Absinthe 2.0 iOS 5.1.1 jailbreak released for iPad, iPhone and iPod

A new jailbreak hack for iOS 5.1.1 on most iPad models plus the iPhone and iPod touch has been released, Absinthe 2.0, allowing for unofficial third-party apps to be installed on Apple's usually locked-down hardware. The handiwork of the Chronic-Dev Team and iPhone Dev Teams, Absinthe 2.0 promises one of the quickest jailbreaks to-date, simply a matter of plugging in a USB cable and clicking a button.

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Apple new iPad supply situation eases again

Apple new iPad supply situation eases again

Availability of Apple's new iPad continues to improve, with online orders in the US now seeing the shortest ever waiting period for buyers of the third-generation iOS tablet. Released to rave reviews several months ago, strong pre-sales and subsequent high demand led to a lengthy wait for those who opted to buy their new gadget from Apple's web store. However, online orders of the Apple tablet in the US are now expected to ship in 1-3 business days, down from the 3-5 day delay earlier this month.

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iPhone 5 production starts in June

iPhone 5 production starts in June

With the Summer season upon us, it's the mobile world that we once again look to for the most surprises, especially from Apple with it's upcoming iPhone 5, it being a "full refresh" season for the smartphone maker. Apple has for the past several years created a complete refresh of an iPhone, then an "S" version, then a complete refresh once more, this resulting in last year's iPhone 4S and this year's big jump into the future: the iPhone 5. What we're hearing this week is that the production of this next-level smartphone will start with its displays, with orders already placed, so says the WSJ, for a 4-inch screen which will start to roll out this June.

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iPad Air Display gets Retina upgrade

iPad Air Display gets Retina upgrade

This week the folks at Avatron have updated their popular "Air Display" app for iPad to include Retina-quality graphics for the 3rd Generation iPad. This upgrade will bring you up to full speed with your second monitor via your new iPad and will now have you working with full support for the graphics you payed for in the first place! This upgrade is free and can be found in the iTunes app store right this second - supposing you already own the Air Display app, of course.

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Apple still faces Aussie iPad trial despite 4G rebrand

Apple still faces Aussie iPad trial despite 4G rebrand

Apple's decision to rebrand the new iPad as the "iPad WiFi + Cellular" and drop the allegedly confusing 4G reference will not save it from a court appearance with the Australian consumer rights watchdog. "Any move by Apple to cease using the descriptor of '4G' will mitigate against the ACCC's concerns but will not deal with any past conduct" a spokesperson for the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) told SmartHouse, insisting that "the proceedings brought by the ACCC are continuing."

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 vs iPad = no contest

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 vs iPad = no contest

The differences between the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and the iPad (1, 2, and 3 for that matter) are immense - though I'm sure the title of this post will evoke a litany of different interpretations from readers here today. The Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is the next-generation tablet from Samsung to come with their own suite of Samsung-tuned applications, while the iPad is the best selling tablet-like device of all time as well as one of the best selling devices of all time, bar none. Samsung didn't create the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 to compete with the iPad, but the inevitable question that pops up in the mind of everyone considering a new tablet purchase does end up being that almost no matter what: do I want this, or do I want an iPad instead?

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