iPad 3 Features Sharper Screen, Better Camera, Faster Processor

Apple debuted the third-generation iPad today, a device that will feature a faster processor, a better camera, and a dramatically sharper screen, CNN reports. The new iPad will also connect to 4G networks, where available.

"It is amazing," Apple CEO Tim Cook said of the iPad 3. "We've taken it to a whole new level, and we are redefining the category that Apple created with the original iPad."

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Apple Expected to Announce the iPad 3 Next Week

This morning, Apple sent out invitations for an iPad-related event on March 7, all but confirming rumors that the iPad 3 is on its way.

The invite (above), says “We have something you really have to see. And touch” along with a photo of an iPad screen.

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iPad 3, Mini iPad to Arrive Next Month?

2010 brought us the iPad, 2011 brought us the iPad 2, and now rumors are swirling about the release of an iPad 3. According to All Things D, the third-generation iPad will come out next month and will likely feature a much faster chip and an improved retina display, among other upgrades.

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Video: iPad Falls 100,000 Feet, Survives

In a recent video, G-Form, a company dedicated to building “innovative protective and shock-absorbing products,” places an iPad in one of their newest products, the Extreme Sleeve for iPad, and drops it from a weather balloon 100,000 feet in the air. G-Form hoped to prove the Extreme Sleeve would protect the iPad from major damage and, if the video below is to be believed, it seems they made their point. After plummeting from the edge of space, the iPad emerged from its sleeve with nary a dent or scratch. Check it out.

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Reading Rainbow Coming to iPad

Reading Rainbow, the popular children’s television show that encouraged kids to read books, was shut down in 2006, much to pretty much everyone’s dismay. It had aired for over 20 years on PBS, but the network’s financial troubles were the nail in the Rainbow’s coffin. Now, fans of the show will be delighted to hear that it’s coming back – although, not on television.

Reading Rainbow will make its return to the media world via iPad app.

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Bridesmaid Attends Wedding Via iPad

It happens to everyone: scheduling conflicts or an extra-long distance makes it impossible for us to be somewhere we’ve been invited to. Such was the case of a bridesmaid named Renee, who attended the wedding of Jonathan Alberico and Jamie Wilborn – via iPad screen!

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Amazon Introduces Kindle Cloud, a Web-Based E-Reader

On Wednesday, Amazon announced the launch of the Kindle Cloud Reader, a new web app that allows users to read and purchase e-books within a web browser.

The Cloud Reader, which was designed with Apple’s iPad in mind, is nearly identical to the Kindle iPad app, offering offline reading and the ability to adjust font size and highlight text. Readers can also purchase books straight from Amazon within the browser and instantly read them online. No longer are users forced to purchase books from the Apple-hosted Kindle app, which is the whole point of Kindle Cloud.

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Time Warner to Push More Tablet Magazines by Year’s End

Although various magazine publishers haven’t unanimously decided whether tablets are a good or bad thing for their industry, Time Warner says that by the end of the year, all 21 of its titles will be available on multiple tablet platforms, including Apple, Google, and more.

Time Inc. currently has tablet versions available for 4 of its magazines – four of its highest-profile magazines: Time, Sports Illustrated, People, and Fortune. 17 more titles will be available by the end of the year, including titles such as InStyle, Entertainment Weekly, and Real Simple.

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Archaeologists Modernize Excavation Research With The iPad

University of Cincinnati researchers have discovered a new way to collect data and record archaeological discoveries. 

Teams of archaeologists from the University have spent more than a decade excavating one of the busiest gates at Pompeii, the Port of Stabia. The project is compiling archaeological analysis of homes, shops, and businesses at the forgotten area inside the gate.  

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iPhone Location Tracker Cannot Be Successfully Disabled


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We previously told you about the iPhone and iPad location tracking that Apple has installed on the devices unbeknownst to consumers. Last week, when the applications were discovered there was a scramble to figure out how to shut down the tracker. Well, after some initial testing it appears that the tracking application continues to work even after it has been turned off.

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