SlashGear - 2010年9月28日
Unfortunately, unlike other tablet releases of late, comparing the BlackBerry PlayBook versus Apple's iPad is a bit tough, as RIM made sure that their ...
PlayBook, first impressions- CNET
A Look at the BlackBerry PlayBook- Wall Street Journal (blog)
RIM Reveals Its Own Tablet, The BlackBerry 'PlayBook'- Cult of Mac
RIM Unveils PlayBook Tablet to Compete With iPad- ABC News
BlackBerry PlayBook to take on the iPad- USA Today
RIM Unveils PlayBook, Its BlackBerry-Themed iPad Competitor- eWeek
PC Magazine - 2010年9月28日
Conde Nast launched its iPad app for The New Yorker Monday with the help of a quirky instructional video from actor Jason Schwartzman. ...
Conde Nast Releases New Yorker IPad App- PC World
Jason Schwartzman Strips Naked for “The New Yorker” iPad App [VIDEO]- Mashable
New Yorker iPad App Debuts, in the Style of Wired- Wired News (blog)
The New Yorker Debuts Its Tablet Version for the iPad- TMC Net
Jason Schwartzman Introduces The New Yorker iPad App- IntoMobile
The New Yorker rolls out first iPad edition- MacNN
Electronista - 2010年9月28日
The timing comes just as Apple is also looking to get into the educational market with its iPad, selling discounted bundles for students. ...
TechNewsWorld - 2010年9月28日
By Mike Pearson Sharp has jumped into the tablet fray with a new line of devices as well as a new e-bookstore. The Galapagos system, targeted for release in ...
Sharp's Android-powered iPad-killer also has the worst name ever- DVICE
Sharp positions Galapagos Android tablets as ereaders- Digitaltrends.com
Sharp will bring two Android tablets in December- TG Daily
Sharp To Release Two “iPad Style” Tablets- Online Social Media
Sharp 'Galapagos' E-Readers, E-Bookstore Readying for Market- eWeek
Sharp intros tablets, e-bookstore- CNET (blog)
by Mike Schramm - 2010年9月28日
Patently Apple has a few new patent illustrations from China that may hint at future iPad hardware features. The first is a second dock on the side of the tablet. As you can see above, the connector would come in handy if you wanted to ...
by Dave Caolo - 2010年9月28日
Meanwhile, ill-fated Gourmet Magazine has been reborn as the iPad app Gourmet Live (the current issue is free; there's no word of future pricing). As John Gruber points out, Gourmet is now in the unique position of existing as an iPad ...
by Philip Elmer-DeWitt - 2010年9月27日
Apple may outsell its nearest rivals 4 to 1 in 2011 as Android tablets.
by Seth Weintraub - 2010年9月28日
The New Yorker iPad app, strategically priced at $4.95/issue – about five times the subscription to the paper version – goes on sale today. Also, just to prove that they 'get' online, the post about the app and the accompanying story ...