What happened to the iPad? | Monday Note

What happened to the iPad? | Monday Note

www.guardian.co.uk
New The launch of the iPad mini can be seen as a reaction to competitive pressures, both existing and upcoming onesOn 23 October, Apple announced the widely expected iPad mini. The company also surprised most by also introducing a faster "4th generation" iPad, swiftly replacing the one launched on 7 March...
What happened to the iPad? | Monday Note
                                       

Comments:

Related:

As Google And Amazon Fight Up, Apple Refuses To Fight Down

techcrunch.com
After this past week’s Apple event, one thing stood out to me above all others. And just to make sure, I watched the event again. Same result. The shots fired at Android tablets. For everything that Apple announced (new MacBook Pros, Mac minis, iMacs, iPads, and iPad minis), this was...
As Google And Amazon Fight Up, Apple Refuses To Fight Down
Livescribe launches Sky wireless smartpen that syncs with Evernote

Amazon jabs at iPad with high-profile home page ad

www.geekwire.com
Amazon’s special messages to customers on its home page are usually very upbeat, touting the latest products and services from the company in positive tones. But the message appearing right now on Amazon.com is anything but polite, starting off with a quote from Gizmodo calling Apple “ballsy” for “cramming a...
Amazon jabs at iPad with high-profile home page ad
Amazon Gets Feisty, Updates Homepage To Talk Smack On The iPad Mini
Microsoft Surface Day 3: Thoughts on hardware, and trying to link Surface with iPhone

Android tablets gaining market share, iPad still tops

www.electronista.com
Android tablets made a considerable leap in terms of market share last quarter, according to Strategy Analytics. The research firm saw the tablet sector growing compared to the same quarter last year, with Apple's iPad still in the overwhelming lead over any individual competitor. Android-based tablets, though, collectively lopped eight...
Android tablets gaining market share, iPad still tops

This week's headlines from across Inside Network

www.insidemobileapps.com
A roundup of all the news Inside Network brought you between Oct. 22 and 28. Inside Mobile Apps Tracking the convergence of mobile apps, social platforms and virtual goods. Monday, Oct. 22 Monster-catching for grown-ups in Monster Quest Telerik’s Icenium tool aims to simplify cross-platform mobile development Borderlands Legends revealed...
This week's headlines from across Inside Network

The Windows 8 App Store Is Growing By 500 Apps A Day (MSFT)

www.businessinsider.com
Good news for everyone who bought a Windows RT tablet or Windows 8 PC: the apps are coming! A lack of apps has been one of the big complaints for Windows 8, particularly the RT version, which doesn't run Windows 7 apps. (Full Windows 8 PCs will run any app...
The Windows 8 App Store Is Growing By 500 Apps A Day (MSFT)

Steve Jobs' Yacht 'Venus' Launched in the Netherlands

www.macrumors.com
Earlier this year, it was revealed that French designer Philippe Starck was working with Dutch shipbuilder Feadship on a new yacht for the family of Steve Jobs. The yacht had been mentioned in Walter Isaacson's biography of Jobs as a project he had been working on since 2009, but the...
Steve Jobs' Yacht 'Venus' Launched in the Netherlands
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?