Monday, November 22, 2010

Apple’s iOS 4.2 Available Today for iPad, iPhone & iPod touch

Apple’s iOS 4.2 Available Today for iPad, iPhone & iPod touch:

Major Software Update Brings Multitasking, Folders, Unified Inbox, Game Center, AirPlay & AirPrint to iPad

CUPERTINO, California—November 22, 2010—Apple® today announced that iOS 4.2, the latest version of the world’s most advanced mobile operating system, is available today for download for iPad™, iPhone® and iPod touch®. iOS 4.2 brings over 100 new features from iOS 4.0, 4.1 and 4.2 to iPad including Multitasking, Folders, Unified Inbox, Game Center, AirPlay® and AirPrint. "

Source: Apple

Friday, November 19, 2010

The Bitcoin Bubble and the Future of Currency

Sign for $399.99 iPad at TJM
Engadget is reporting 16gb iPads, discounted by $100, are showing up at East Coast TJ Maxx locations. Some stores have them on shelves now - other stores are holding back inventory until Black Friday. Your mileage my vary.

Source: Engadget

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Dell Inspiron Duo Convertible Tablet available for $549 early next Month

Dell Inspiron Duo
Engadget reports the Dell Inspiron Duo convertible tablet will be available the first week of December with prices starting at $549. Once the Duo's screen is flipped, it looks like an ordinary netbook with a "10.1-inch, 1366x768-resolution, capacitive touchscreen."

Here are the reported specs:
 ...the base model will start at $549 (£449), and will pack a dual-core Intel Atom N550 processor, 2GB of RAM, a Broadcom Crystal HD accelerator, 250GB of storage, and Windows 7 Home Premium. ...that JBL speaker dock will bring the price up to $649 (no word on what it will cost on its own).
Source: Engadget
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VIDEO: Official Teaser for Dell Inspiron Duo



Dell has finally unveiled the Inspiron Duo in this new teaser video. Engadget is reporting prices start at $549.

digits: Good News for iPad Rivals



While the iPad currently rules the nascent market for tablet devices, a large swath of rival products is expected to benefit from booming demand for mobile-computing gadgets over the next four years, according to a new report from analysts. Dan Gallagher reports.

via: wsj.com