What is the Future of the iPad?

The tablet market remains a heated battlefield with dozens of companies looking to carve out their own niche of excited and loyal fans. Often listed as the tablet to which all other tablets are compared, the iPad has remained one of the leading choices with a long list of advanced features that are available today. […]

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What to Expect from Intel’s Voice Search Feature on Ultrabooks?

This is a guest post by Sharon Thomas They were introduced as “extremely portable” devices. Ultrabooks are basically a cloned version of tablets’ dimensions but they don’t sacrifice on the performance of a PC and come with a traditional keyboard. It does seem like a ‘rebranding’ an existing computer category, doesn’t it? However, ultrabooks are […]

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Some New Tablets To Look Forward To For The Rest of 2012

This is a guest article by Mike. If you’re interested in contributing, check out our guest blogging guidelines. With Apple constantly rolling out new versions of the iPad, and other companies striving to battle out the market share, there is little surprise that it all can be difficult to keep track of. 2012 alone has […]

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iPad—What is it Good for? (And Can It Replace a Laptop?)

Q: I don’t have an iPad, and I can’t see what all the fuss is about these tablets. What’s the big deal? Also, can it really replace my laptop? The iPad and other tablet computers aren’t laptops and they aren’t smartphones, so many people are wondering why they’d ever need a new device that sits […]

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What Are Apple’s Educational Goals for the iPad?

Q: I heard Apple has some huge plans to revolutionize education and the world of textbooks. What did they do, and what are the implications? For many, print textbooks are a vital and unchanging part of education. Writers and editors craft the books under the direction of a publisher. Teachers (or states) pick from the […]

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