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According to All Things D, we shouldn't expect much news to come from the music industry along with the announcement of Apple's new tablet device. That's not as surprising as it may sound.
Apple has indirectly confirmed the existence of the fabled Tablet, after Valleywag started a scavenger hunt for evidence of its existence, offering up to $US100,000 for photos, videos or a chance to play with it.
We're just a couple of weeks away from Apple (supposedly) unveiling its tablet, or iSlate if you will, and while we've heard every possible rumour under the sun let's revisit them in this handy visual guide.
The Street has learned, by way of an analyst who talked to Apple's design manufacturing partners, that Apple won't be using Intel on their upcoming tablet. Instead, they're going to use chips made by PA Semi, their own chip foundry.
Everyone has said that Apple's next event will occur on Tuesday, January 26. Now the AllThingsD has gone on record correcting the world, saying the "major new product" will be announced on January 27, at the Yerba Buena Centre.
Everyone is clamouring about tablets these days - ourselves included - so it is not too surprising that Google and HTC are reportedly working together to join the fray with a Chrome OS Google Tablet.
A Fox News source has confirmed the January 26 Apple event reported recently by the Financial Times, claiming the "big" event will "focus on the mobility space".