Sydney Morning Herald New iPad may bring cease-fire to AT&T's all-out war on Apple Daily Caller Hunched over a computer at a corporate AT&T store on Wilshire Boulevard Wednesday afternoon, a salesperson named Pedro asked a customer whether Apple had announced the successor to the wildly successful iPad 2 tablet yet. “Yep. New iPad lines form outside Apple Stores SlashGear Ship Date for New iPad Slips to March 19 PC Magazine How Apple, Android, Microsoft differs in upgrade strategy Economic Times Washington Post – Reuters – eWeek all 850 news articles
[This article from Sina is translated from Chinese by our partner, Chinahush .] “I thought it’s called iPad 3 , we always call it that before.” Li Qi (not his real name) looked at the news about release of the new iPad on the Internet, felt proud and somewhat worried. As a Shenzhen Longhua Foxconn factory worker, he was involved in the production of the iPad 2 and the new iPad. He is worried about the iPad sales, if sales do not increase, he might be sent to help the iPhone production
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IBNLive.com Two More Solar Flares Erupt on Active Sun Saturday Space.com Two new solar flares erupted from the sun today (March 10), blasting streams of plasma and charged particles into space.
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The Hindu RIM Hosting BlackBerry Developer Jam Sessions at SXSW #BBJamSXSW Blackberry Cool Also, developers can bring their best app ideas and pitch it for a free BlackBerry PlayBook . There doesn't seem to be any real restrictions, so even if your idea is “port my existing app” you'll probably walk away with a free tablet.
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TechCrunch Eric Chu Steps Away From Overseeing Android's App Store, Jamie Rosenberg … TechCrunch There was more than meets the eye with this week's rebranding of Android Market as Google Play
msnbc.com Report: Great Lakes ice down 71 percent since 1973 Duluth News Tribune AP – DULUTH, Minn. A published report says the amount of ice covering the Great Lakes has declined about 71 percent over the past 40 years, a drop that the lead author partly attributes to climate change.