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Battle of Tablets: Amazon Fire VS Apple iPad 2 VS Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 VS Nook Color

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With the Amazon Fire release date being today, you may be wondering what the best tablet out there is right now!

There is no easy answer to this, however, and so you must compare the top tablets instead! We’ve boiled it down for you in the following article: Comparison: Amazon Fire vs Apple iPad 2, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, NOOK Color

Which is best will of course depend on you. We’ll tell you the features and you’ll make the choice. They’re all good pieces of equipment in the end, but the prices do vary significantly.



iPad VS Motorola Xoom!

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Don’t worry, it is a comparison you want to see.

Enjoy.

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Free iPad App: 1000 Ultimate Experiences

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This app is free for now. Get it from Here at the iTunes website. It’s normally $20 so this is a nice 5 finger discount if I do say so myself! I haven’t used it, but thought I’d go ahead and post it for anyone interested. Adios!



World of Warcraft (WoW) Streamed to iPad

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Technology is getting even cooler all the time. Check out the photo below of World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King being streamed to the Apple iPad via a Gaikai server on regular Wifi. What is Gaikai? They’re into cloud computing! Anyway, streaming World of Warcraft is something I could see Foose wanting to do 😉 Cool stuff. Click the picture below to make it bigger!

World of Warcraft (WoW) Streaming on iPad

Source: DPerry



Why time stands still at 9:42 in iPod ads

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Buzzblog just recently released an interesting article about the time displayed in iPhone Ads. I never really noticed it, but surely they were right. When checking the iPad, the time displayed on its ad was 9:41, a minute sooner. After they contacted the PR department at Apple, the employee was unable to find an exact reason. However much later, Apple employee John Manning, a lead developer in Apple’s secret lab noticed this as well and identified the difference in time on the iPad.

So what did John Manning do?
He first pointed out that the ads for the iPad are actually displaying 9:41. Afterwards he decided to go talk to the guy who was actually in the ads with the device, Scott Forstall, the senior vice president of the software for the iPhone. And well… he responded alright.




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