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Apple’s 2880×1800 MacBook Pro Rumored For Release In Q2 Of 2012

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According to DigiTimes, supply chain sources claim that Apple is readying a new MacBook Pro with whooping  2880×1800 screen for Q2 of 2012. A 2880×1800 pixel display would have a density of about 220 pixels per inch at a 15.4″ size, which is double the density of the current default 1440×900 display. New MacBooks may come in three sizes: 17″, 15.4″, ...

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American Airlines Using iPad For Electronic Flight Charts

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has granted approval to use iPads during all stages of flight for the passenger planes of American Airlines.

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Samsung can manufacture a tablet with 2560×1600 pixel display

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The fashion to mimic Apple's iPad designs was always strong at Samsung. This time, Apple's iPad 3 may become a template for Samsung developing a slate with a screen of whopping pixel count for a 11.6" panel: 2560x1600.

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iBooks Gets A Face-Lifting Update

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Apple's iBooks presents a serious overhaul with its update to version 1.5. The two year old application catering the e-book-reading habits of the iPhone and iPad users gets some very significant and much needed upgrades in its UI.

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Apple Loses iPad Trademark Suit In China

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According to Netbooknews, a company named Proview Technology (Shenzhen, mainland China) has registered the "iPad" name and trademark as far back as 2000, that is, much earlier than "iSomething" naming pattern has hit the Apple.

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Xbox Companion App For Windows Phone Released [Video]

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Microsoft’s dashboard update to their Xbox 360 was gladly welcomed by all the owners of the console earlier. Now, as expected, the company has released the Xbox Companion app for Windows Phone devices.

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iStation Dock Turns Your iPad Into A Retro-Style Desktop

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The iStation isn't just a dock that holds your iPad and bluetooth keyboard in place for some serious desktop-style work, it is also a nod back to classic machines like the Apple II and the Apple I (with the woodgrain model).

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Apple Adding 4G To Its iPad 3 And iPhone 5?

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Reports have come in claiming that both the iPad 3 and iPhone 5 with have 4G LTE capabilities. At least for the moment Apple has yet to confirm or deny such future plans.

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New RC Car Hits 0-60 In Under Three Seconds

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The new Traxxas XO-1 is capable of going from 0-60MPH in just 2.3 seconds and can hit 100MPH in 4.92 seconds. Traxxas claims that its new device is the fastest ready-to-race RC.

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Apple iOS 5.1 Beta Out To Developers

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It doesn't take Apple very long to start bringing out updates for iOS, and now the time has come for a developer beta of iOS 5.1.

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Loytr Releases A New Timeline Facebook App For iPad

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Loytr, the developer behind the popular MyPad for Facebook app, has decided to take Timelines to a new level with his iPad app dedicated to browsing through these new profiles.

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HacPro Touch: A Samsung x86 Tablet Running OS X

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There are many ways to pay homage to the Genius design of Apple products. One of them, certainly will invite some attention from Cupertino giant is the Hackintosh movement. The folks out of this group of talented hackers must wear their Apple's "Cease and Desist" letters as badges of honor or something. Now, 9to5mac.com demo'd a Samsung tablet normally meant to run Windows 7 but running OS X Lion instead; they call it the HacPro Touch.

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Google Updates Its Search App For iPads

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There was no denying that the previous Google iOS/iPad app needed a makeover, badly. Google announced today that such a makeover had finally arrived with major interface enhancements and overall better performance.

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Need To Vote In Oregon? There’s An App For That

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The purpose of the technology is to give an easy and portable tool that election officials can use to reach as many people as possible.

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The Inside Story On How Microsoft Killed The ‘iPad Killer’ Courier

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Microsoft never had any real place in the tablet PC market. The project Microsoft Courier project was their greatest hope, and even that was canceled for some strange reason. From the very beginning it was not clear if the Courier was ever going to reach a real life product, because it is one of many Microsoft’s working prototypes that never end up going anywhere. But everyone's response to the Courier should have drove them to making that thing a reality.

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