For such an eagerly anticipated product, the Verizon-compatible version of the iPhone 4 is awfully unassuming. With a few minor variations, it looks, feels, and works just like the AT&T iPhone 4 that’s been available for the past seven months. Of course, if you’re a loyal Verizon Wireless customer (or an AT&T customer who’s been desperate to switch carriers), the only change that matters is the big one: the network itself.
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Verizon iPad with built-in CDMA coming
The Verizon iPhone got announced today and will go on sale February 10th. Verizon has been already selling the Apple iPad, but only as Wi-Fi model bundled with a MiFi device. In an interview with...
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Rupert Murdoch: World First iPad Newspaper Announced
Rupert Murdoch, CEO of News Corp, has announced plans to launch "The Daily" - the world's first iPad newspaper. Steve Jobs, chief executive of iPad-maker Apple Inc, was thought to have attended the event. At this stage, details are being kept under wraps. This bold new venture aims to rewrite the
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Report: New Verizon iPad won't need hot-spot device
Verizon CFO tells Bloomberg the carrier is working on an iPad that connects directly to its network, but he offers no timeline. Originally posted at Circuit Breaker
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CDMA iPad coming to Verizon, too, says CFO
It's not just the iPhone 4 that's going the way of CDMA. Verizon CFO Francis Shammo has told Bloomberg that the iPad will also be getting similar treatment. Although light on details like price (which we can guess) or release date (which we have no idea, really), Shammo did explicitly say a version that connects directly to Verizon's network is in the pipeline. We assume he meant the current ...
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Verizon to Connect iPad to Its Network
Verizon Wireless will sell a version of Apple Inc.’s iPad tablet computer that can connect directly to its network, posing another challenge to AT&T Inc. as the carrier’s exclusive hold on the iPhone draws to a close.
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PhatWare releases WritePad 4.5 for iPad - Handwriting Recognition
California based PhatWare today announces WritePad for iPad 4.5, an update to their popular note taking and handwriting recognition software for iOS devices. WritePad is an advanced notetaker for iPads and iPhones, which converts practically any handwriting into computer text. Version 4.5 introduces export to PDF, and the Palm Rest feature, which allows users to rest their hand on the iPad ...
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Verizon executive says CDMA iPad coming
Verizon CFO Francis Shammo told Bloomberg that the company would at some point start offering a CDMA-compatible version of Apple's iPad.
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Virtual, collaborative whiteboard for iPad updated
The developers at Infinite Kind aim to make the iPad a more useful tool for folks who want a whiteboard collaboration space, without all the hassle of getting everyone in the same place at the same time.
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News: Verizon: CDMA iPad Coming Soon
Along with its announcement that it will start selling Apple’s iPhone 4 in February, Verizon confirmed it will offer CDMA-compatible iPads soon, too. Word of the Verizon-compatible iPad came courtesy of the company’s CFO, Francis Shammo.
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Tablets Biting Into PC Sales: Analyst
STAMFORD, Conn. (TheStreet) - The PC market is feeling the pressure from consumer devices such as Apple's iPad and games consoles, according to the latest research from analyst firm Gartner. Gartner says that worldwide PC shipments grew just 3.1% year over year during the fourth-quarter of 2010, as tablets and gaming devices such as Microsoft's Kinect gain in popularity. Gartner had originally ...
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News: Report: Apple to launch CDMA iPad on Verizon
Apple is planning to produce a CDMA-compliant version of the iPad for use on Verizon Wireless, according to a new report. Citing Francis Shammo, CFO of Verizon Communications—Verizon Wireless’ parent company—Bloomberg reports that the new offering will pose a further challenge to AT&T, which lost its iPhone exclusivity with today’s announcement of a CDMA iPhone 4 for Verizon. The report states ...
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CES: Verizon, Motorola Trot Out iPad Rival
Android-based Xoom tablet to be available in Q1 for...
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Apps at your service: iPad investment paying off for restaurants at all prices
CHICAGO — The bar is buzzing on a busy night at Chicago Cut steakhouse as regulars Keith and Peg Bragg sit at a high table scanning the wine list.
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'Skype iPhone video calling guide' with Verizon logo posted online, as well as mobile video teasers
A webpage that is an apparent Skype iPhone video calling guide showed up online Wednesday. On a separate page on Skype's website, a series of teaser videos that looked to be recorded on a mobile device -- maybe a smart phone -- were posted. Skype wasn't available to comment Wednesday evening, but a message on Twitter was posted with the teaser videos, reading "We’re counting down to something ...
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Skype Teases iPad App, Voice Calling, Verizon iPhone
A document appeared and then vanished, giving us a peek into Skype's plans.
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Tablet computers come of age with iPad mania
by Staff Writers San Francisco (AFP) Dec 28, 2010 Yearning for an Internet-linked gadget bigger than a smartphone but smaller than a laptop merged with always-connected lifestyles to make tablet computing a defining trend for 2010.
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iPad to get Kinect style motion-sensing controls dock
Elliptic Labs iPad dock to take away touch controls Posted by Luke Johnson
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Verizon FiOS Mobile app hits iPad, a virtual remote with no streaming in sight
You know that Verizon FiOS iPad app we spied back in August, the one that streamed TV and VOD content? Nope, still not here -- check back 2011 . Want to use your Apple slate as a giant remote for your (HD) set-top box, browsing TV / VOD listings and remotely programming DVRs? Set parental controls and bookmarks, even update your STB names? Look no further than the iTunes store; all it's gonna ...
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Verizon outs FiOS Apple iPad app
Today Verizon announced its FiOS application for the Apple iPad. The app allows you to interact and control your FiOS equipped television. That means you can change channels, manage your DVR, schedule television shows, or search for on-demand content. According to PCWorld, the app requires a FiOS router provided by Verizon, a DVR, and an HD set-top box. The application requires iOS 3.2 or later ...
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Verizon launches FiOS app for iPad
You can't watch television with it, but you can set your DVR, browse shows, and search VOD offerings with the new FiOS iPad app from Verizon.
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iPhone and iPad eBook Promo Code Giveaway: One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish
Our second title to give away in Oceanhouse Media's Dr. Seuss' collection is One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish. Here is more info:"Did you ever fly a kite in bed? Did you ever walk with ten cats ...
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Verizon FiOS Mobile App for iPad Lets You Change Channels and Manage DVR [Ipadapps]
# ipadapps It's not exactly the 600-channels-of-live-TV-Holy-Grail we caught a glimpse of a few months ago, but Verizon's new iPad-optimized FiOS Mobile app lets subscribers set DVR recordings and change the channel. With a big virtual version of their remote. Mmmmk. [ iTunes ] More »
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TechFast: Google in New York, More iPad 2 Rumors, Skype Woes
Good morning! Here are some of today's top tech links to get you started. Investing in New York Source: Google Google's become a big-time landlord in New York, with the purchase of 111 Eighth Avenue. Wired reports that the building takes up almost 3 million square feet and cost Google just shy of $ 2 billion. [...]
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