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Saturday, March 17, 2012

iPad's success is more about 'i' than 'Pad'

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The iPad's success is still more about the 'i' than the 'Pad'

With all the talk about extra pixels and megabits, it's easy to lose sight of why the iPad is really winning. Read more

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