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Apple takes the tablet lead over the Android masses with its third-generation iPad announced today. Thanks to an impressive hi-def Retinal display coupled with a bounty of iPad-optimized apps, Apple once again has the tablet to beat.
The updated specs of the iPad 3, should make the tablet even better at something it already does well: enabling remote desktop access.
One of the new iPad's most heralded new features, 4G connectivity, won't be available in Australia.
Facebook has expanded the number of ways third-party applications can update Facebook users' timelines, the company announced Wednesday.
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The new iPad is called, um, the new iPad.
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