New iPad lines form outside Apple Stores

Apple’s new iPad doesn’t arrive in stores for a week, but the queues are already starting to form outside the company’s flagship stores. SlashGear stumbled across Ali and Zohaib kicking off the line at Apple’s Regent Street store in London today, …Find out more from SlashGear



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Apple iPad Helping Tablets Become Major Semiconductor Market: IHS

Apple’s iPad is helping tablets become one of the largest global markets for semiconductors, according to new data from IHS. Media tablets will become the world’s fourth-largest market for semiconductors, according to new data from research firm IHS.Find out more from eWeek

Apple: iPad preorders sell out, demand ‘off the charts’

By Geri Coleman Tucker and Jefferson Graham, USA TODAY If you are hoping to score a new iPad from Apple, you might have to wait. Apple’s website shows March 19 as the earliest ship date for online orders of its popular tablet computer.Find out more from USA TODAY

New iPad aimed at sharpening Apple’s tablet lead

March 7 (Bloomberg) — Apple Inc. introduced a new version of the iPad, beefing up the two-year-old mobile computer with a sharper screen and faster chip to widen its lead over Amazon.com Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Google Inc. in the tablet market.Find out more from Washington Post

Cheaper iPad 2 a ‘death blow’ to Apple tablet rivals?

But there’s another four that should scare Apple’s competition even more: $400. That’s the newly reduced price of the iPad 2, a tablet that’s still significantly more expensive than the Kindle Fire but in the sweet spot of dozens of tablets about to …Find out more from Fox News

Week in Apple: sweet Apple event release

By Jacqui Cheng | Published March 10, 2012 11:00 AM It should come as no surprise that this week’s top Apple posts were about the iPad event in San Francisco that took place on March 7. A new iPad was announced, as was a new Apple TV and the public …Find out more from Ars Technica

Apple pioneer brings emotion to Google+

(Karen T. Borchers/Staff) Andy Hertzfeld was ready to retire back in 2009, following a momentous 30-year plus career where he worked side by side with Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak to design the revolutionary user interface of Apple’s (AAPL) Macintosh …Find out more from San Jose Mercury News

‘Apple Tax’ Reversed; Why Few Can Compete with the iPad on Price

The “Apple Tax” is the name tech pundits gave years ago, to the price premium you’d pay to buy a Mac over a PC. A number of people have tried to explain it by comparing Macs’ feature-for-feature, but the fact remains that aside from the Mac Mini, …Find out more from Yahoo! Contributors Network

Apple: iPad demand ‘off the charts’

If you are hoping to score a new iPad from Apple, you might have to wait. Apple’s website shows March 19 as the earliest ship date for online orders of its popular tablet computer. And there is a limit of two per customer on the number of tablets that …Find out more from Tucson Citizen

Apple’s iPad Will Help Sell Every Other Tablet On The Market

With tech commentators and reporters looking for the next big thing, they have latched on to the stellar performance of Apple’s iPad and decide this means the next revolution is in tablet computing. Let’s put aside the tablets that were around before …Find out more from Forbes

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Apple’s new iPad with LTE is accused of Infringing 4G Patents …

ADAPTIX Inc., of Dallas Texas is an award-winning technology company long recognized in the industry as one of the first developers of cutting edge OFDMA-based mobile wireless systems. The company claims to have conceived, built, and …More By Jack Purcher

Apple Advances toward the iWallet: Is This Good or Bad …

Apple has received a patent for a system to process payments through iTunes. How will the rise of e-money impact the planet?More By Alex Davies

Apple Patent Suggests ‘iWallet’ Is Headed To the iPhone

A new patent awarded to Apple seems to suggest the company has a new iWallet service in the works.More By Emily Price

Apple to shut down iWork.com | Ubergizmo

It looks like another web service will be shut down in the coming months. Earlier, Microsoft announced that its Windows Mobile Marketplace will be taken offline in May, and now Apple has informed its iWork.com users that the iWork.com beta [.More By George Wong

Apple, Foursquare Ditch Google Maps for OpenStreetMap – Search …

Is Google’s decision to charge sites or apps using Google Maps API for high volume usage beginning to backfire? Apple and Foursquare have both severed ties with Google Maps, instead opting to use a free alternative, OpenStreetMap.More By John Rampton