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iPad 2, or whatever Apple is calling its newest iPad computer, will be introduced early next month, according to one blogger.
Apple's iPad goes on sale in Europe Friday, at higher prices than in the US. But members of the European Parliament may get their iPad tablets at taxpayer expense.
Technical problems have led Princeton University to ban some iPad tablets from its network.
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IPad Wi-Fi issues abound. Apple has posted a troubleshooting guide, suggesting that users may need to reset their network settings to get a better Wi-Fi connection. But complaints about the iPad's connectivity have continued to pour into Apple forums.
Apple has confirmed its iPad sales figures. They don't match iPhone 3GS numbers, but Wall Street is happy.
A company has released an VoIP app that lets you turn your Apple iPad into something like an iPhone. No, this isn't a belated April Fools' Joke.
The Apple iPad as next-great gaming device? Forget about it, says the Nintendo of America president.
Early iPad review scores are stellar. Here's what critics like and hate about the Apple tablet.
A new report shows that 44 percent of apps tested for the Apple iPad are video games. That's good news for video game fans everywhere.
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