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The Associated Press is setting up a division to help the news cooperative, newspapers and broadcasters sell digital products directly to readers on the next wave of Internet-connected devices such as Apple's iPad.

The AP's chief executive, Tom Curley, announced the new business unit, called AP Gateway, during a speech Friday to the Colorado Press Association.

AP Gateway will focus on expanding such products as...​
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If you are as excited as us about the upcoming Apple iPad release date, then you'll want to show it off in you signature. We've put together a quick and easy web application that will let you select which model you plan to order and the release date for that model.

It will generate an image and show you the code so you can add this image to your signature on your favorite...
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It's widely known that Apple purchased PA Semi Conductor for $278 Million dollars. But what's not known is how much Apple had to sink into the company for R&D and licensing to get the A4 (and any derivatives) designed and out the door.

Mac Rumors talked to some experts in the field and did an article and suggests that the ballpark for that type of chip design from the ground up usually runs about $1 Billion...
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Get your credit cards ready! The latest rumor from our friends at AppAdvice indicates that Apple will begin accepting pre-orders February 25th. The pre-orders will only be available for US customers and said to be only for the iPad Wi-Fi models. Take this information as a rumor only, this has not been verified by Apple or any other reliable news source.

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T3 reports that Microsoft Senior Product Manager Mike Tedesco revealed during the Office for Mac 2011 preview event at Macworld that the company is "looking at" the possibility of bringing its Office productivity suite to Apple's iPad tablet device.

"Yeah, it's something that we're looking at," said Microsoft's Mike Tedesco, who is the Senior Product Manager for WindowsBU. "Obviously the announcement...​
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Apple could surprise iPad buyers by halving the price of TV shows on iTunes by the time the tablet is in stores, a leak hinted Wednesday night. A number of unnamed studios have supposedly agreed to repeated calls from Apple to cut the price per episode to $1 in a "test" that would gauge interest in lower-priced standard definition shows. The drop would hopefully result in disproportionately higher sales by...

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