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New MacBook Air Review: Can the Best Get Better? - WSJ.com
May 6, 2014 | WSJ | By JOANNA STERN.

Consumers are increasingly confused by the blurring lines, too. When weighing the 11-inch MacBook Air versus the 9.7-inch iPad Air, both are highly portable computers with a similar footprint, especially when you attach a keyboard to the iPad. With the iPad you get a great tablet experience capable of some laptop tasks. With the littlest MacBook, you get a computer that is comfortable on your lap, but no fun to read on in bed.

What I really want to come out of the envelope one day is a piece of hardware that pushes both Airs together without compromise. Yes, that means a super-slim machine with a touch screen, some sort of keyboard, 4G connectivity and multi-day battery life. But I want other features, too, that can liberate us from the ways we interacted with computers in the PC era.

How about Siri, managing email on our phones and laptops? Gesture control to manipulate on-screen objects with a wave of the hand? Wireless or even solar power, so I can ditch the charger? Connection ports disappearing altogether, as everything goes wireless and up into the cloud?

That all may sound crazy, but so did the original Air. Now look how normal it seems.
laptops  MacBook_Air  ipad  Apple  post-PC 
may 2014 by jerryking
Ten Tips and Tricks Every iPhone and iPad User Should Know - WSJ.com
August 21, 2012 | WSJ | By KATHERINE BOEHRET.

Ten Tips and Tricks Every iPhone and iPad User Should Know
iPad  tips  iPhone 
august 2012 by jerryking
Apple’s iBooks 2 takes a bite out of education | News
Jan 19, 2012 | National Post | Tristin Hopper.

Apple Inc. on Thursday launched iBooks 2, its long-awaited iPad-based platform designed to usher in the “digital destruction” of the multi-billion-dollar textbook industry — but critics suspect the tech giant’s steep device costs will keep the platform out of reach for most school boards.

Through iBooks 2, students will be able to highlight text, make notes and view video and 3D images all within the same textbook application.

The tech giant has already partnered with major textbook publishers including Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, McGraw-Hill and Pearson — and announced it would be working with a number of major U.S. colleges and universities.
Apple  ipad  education  textbooks  McGraw-Hill  Pearson  Colleges_&_Universities  creative_destruction 
january 2012 by jerryking
Apple to unveil two versions of next-generation iPad in January, sources claim
Yenting Chen and Ingrid Lee, Taipei; Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES [Thursday 29 December 2011]
ipad  Apple  product_development 
december 2011 by jerryking
Western Alumni Gazette - What do you need from an eReader?
Fall 2011
Consumer Guide
RSS
What do you need from an eReader?
by Mathew Hoy
e-readers  assorted  ipad  Kindle 
september 2011 by jerryking
Here's Why You'll Ditch Your iPad for Windows 8
Sept, 13m 2011 | The Atlantic Wire | Rebecca Greenfield
Microsoft  Windows_8  laptops  buyers  ipad 
september 2011 by jerryking
Zite CEO: The Web Is Outgrowing Search
06/ 8/11 | Huffington Post | Bianca Bosker
Zite  search  ipad 
june 2011 by jerryking
ROI: Is That iPad 2 Really Worth $2,000? - WSJ.com
MARCH 30, 2011
The $2,000 iPad
By BRETT ARENDS
ipad  ROI 
may 2011 by jerryking
Walt Mossberg's Guide to Apps That Let You Watch TV on an iPad - WSJ.com
MAY 5, 2011

Couch Potato on the Go: Watching TV on an iPad

By WALTER S. MOSSBERG
Like this columnist
Walter_Mossberg  Apple  iPad  tv  television 
may 2011 by jerryking
The iPad 2: Better Design, Speed and Power, but Cameras Are Mediocre - WSJ.com
* MARCH 16, 2011

iPad 2: Thin, Not Picture Perfect

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By WALTER S. MOSSBERG
iPad  Walter_Mossberg 
march 2011 by jerryking
Apple's New iPad in Production - WSJ.com
FEBRUARY 9, 2011 | | by YUKARI IWATANI KANE And SHAYNDI RAICE
Apple  iPad 
february 2011 by jerryking
IPads Are Latest Weapon in Medical Sales - WSJ.com
DECEMBER 9, 2010 | WSJ | By JON KAMP And ROGER CHENG.
Medical-sector companies are passing out thousands of iPad tablet
computers to salespeople to spruce up their pitch to doctors, and at the
same time giving Apple Inc. a crucial foot in the door to business
customers. Abbott Laboratories, Medtronic Inc. and Boston Scientific
Corp. are among the drug and medical-device firms making the move, while
others say they are testing out the devices.

The tablet computers offer new ways to display product information or
surgical-implant techniques, and help eliminate time wasted on issues
that don't drive sales, according to companies. Their quick start-up
times mean the salesmen can jump into their presentations before doctors
lose interest.
iPad  tools  pitches  Communicating_&_Connecting  tablets  tablet_computing 
december 2010 by jerryking
Personal Technology: An iPad in Paris - WSJ.com
* SEPTEMBER 23, 2010

An American in Paris Says Au Revoir to His Laptop

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By WALTER S. MOSSBERG
iPad  Walter_Mossberg 
september 2010 by jerryking
5 great excuses to buy an iPad for your business - The Globe and Mail
July 2010| from Entrepreneur.com Special to Globe and Mail | Scott Steinberg
iPad  small_business 
august 2010 by jerryking
Your Own Digital Magazine With a New iPad App - WSJ.com
JULY 21, 2010 | Wall Street Journal | by KATHERINE BOEHRET
digital_media  magazines  iPad 
july 2010 by jerryking
'App' Rivals Fight for Toehold - WSJ.com
MARCH 31, 2010 | Wall Street Journal | by YUKARI IWATANI
KANE, 'App' Rivals Fight for Toehold. Amid Apple's iPad Buzz,
Competitors Struggle for Software Developers' Attention
Apple  iPad  App_Store  mobile_applications 
april 2010 by jerryking
iPad Opens a New Frontier - WSJ.com
MARCH 30, 2010 | Wall Street Journal | By WALTER S.
MOSSBERG. Laptop Killer? Pretty Close. iPad Is a 'Game Changer' That
Makes Browsing and Video a Pleasure; Challenge to the Mouse

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iPad  Apple  Walter_Mossberg 
april 2010 by jerryking
Crovitz: From the Roman Codex to the iPad - WSJ.com
JANUARY 31, 2010, | Wall Street Journal | By L. GORDON
CROVITZ. " Apple's tablet reminds us there is a digital revolution
redefining the book. Books in their emerging forms make the best example
so far of using print for what it does best, digital for what it does
best, and both together for a dramatically new experience"...See also
Robert Darnton, director of the Harvard library, author of "The Case for
Books: Past, Present and Future" (Public Affairs, 2009)...."The history
of communication is that new technologies reinforce rather than
displace the old" ""Every age is an information age," Mr. Darnton says.
"It's just that information is organized in different ways." "
L._Gordon_Crovtiz  iPad  Apple  future  books  displacement  digital_revolution 
february 2010 by jerryking

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