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  • "Today you can buy an iPad 2 that costs the same as an iPad 1 that is twice as powerful," he said referring to Apple Inc's latest handheld tablet computer hitting stories on Friday.

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  • Apple Inc, which is expected to unveil its new iPhone next week, edged up 0.6 percent to $405.52.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • The delay, which also involves a Motorola tablet computer, will put Motorola under ever more pressure to compete with Apple Inc, which is expected to launch a new iPhone this fall at Verizon Wireless.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • - Wall Street analysts on Monday joined the masses in terming Apple Inc's iPad launch as "rock-solid," with some pegging sales of the tablet computer at about 5 million units in the first 12 months.

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  • (Reuters) - Wall Street analysts on Monday joined the masses in terming Apple Inc's iPad launch as "rock-solid," with some pegging sales of the tablet computer at about 5 million units in the first 12 months.

    CEN - Consumer Electronics Net-Technology News

  • Iger also called Apple Inc's new iPad tablet a really compelling device that could be a game changer in terms of "enabling us to create essentially new forms of content."

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  • Apple Inc, which is expected to ship 11 million iPhones in the quarter, has sold 30,000 units in China since its debut on October 30, according to an ana ...

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  • While laptops may have replaced desktops, now even their place in the market is being threatened by touchscreen tablets, such as Apple Inc's iPad.

    Global PC Shipments Post Weak Gains

  • NEW YORK Reuters - Amazon.com Inc said sales of its Kindle e-reader were strong over the holiday season amid competition from devices such as Apple Inc's iPad, a computer tablet that also has e-reader capabilities.

    Amazon Says Kindle Holding Its Own Against Tablets

  • The Obama administration in June endorsed a target of making 500 megahertz of spectrum available over the next 10 years to meet the growing demand for wireless services on laptops and smartphones such as Apple Inc's iPhone.

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