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Do Android Fans Prefer iPads?

iPad rivals may finally be nearing the quality we demand, but according to data collected by Canaccord Genuity analyst Mike Walkley, Android fans still prefer the iPad when it comes to tablets. Oh no he didn’t…


Toys R' Us Could Become The Next Place To Suffer From iPad 2 Shortages

One more US retailer could scoop up the iPad 2, if a leaked photo can be trusted. While online shipping time is now less than a month, retailers are still finding that stock flies out of their shelves faster than they can keep them stocked. If Apple can get more stock in from Taiwan, this rumoured partnership with Toys R’ Us could be fruitful. [ModMyI via Macrumors]


Will You Marry Me? There's An Engraved iPad 2 In It For You...

I’ve got nothing against silly marriage proposals—as long as they suit the personalities of the individuals getting engaged—but I still can’t help but chuckle over how a 9to5Mac reader proposed to his Apple-loving sweetheart.


Photo Booth Lets You Make Funny Faces In Funny Scenes On The iPad 2

Not only does the iPad have FaceTime, it’s getting Photo Booth too (just like your Mac). Interestingly, Photo Booth will be a built-in app only available on the iPad and not the iPhone 4 (for the time being, at least). The iPad 2 rocking Apple’s new dual core A5 chip is probably why. [Apple]


iMovie For iPad Is Here With Precision Video Editing And Multitrack Audio Capabilities

Apple is bringing iMovie to the iPad, which takes full advantage of the iPad 2′s new A5 dual-core processor, promising precision video editing, multitrack audio recording, Airplay compatibility and the ability to export movies in HD. Oh, and it’s also coming as an update for iPhone and iPod touch devices. It will cost $5 when it comes out on March 11.


iPads Helped Direct I Am Number Four

From the sounds of director DJ Caruso’s remarks on the iPad, the tablet did everything on the set of upcoming sci-fi flick I Am Number Four but order coffee and belittle the extras.


A Few More Unconfirmed iPad 2 Details

We’ve heard that the iPad 2 might have dual cameras, a better display, and something that requires an extra opening on its cases, but now Engadget reports that “reliable sources” have provided them with details about all those things:



The Magic Fiddle iPad App Will Have You Making Sweet Music In Minutes

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Get The Sonos Controller App Now And Turn Your iPad Into A Giant Music Remote

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