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Today a Samsung industrial designer testified that the company's Galaxy Tab 10.1 project predated the launch of the iPad, and that Samsung did not redesign the tablet in response to the iPad 2 — despite an executive's public statements to the contrary.
Google Earth 7.0 is available now on the iTunes App Store, bringing with it all-new 3D imagery for Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, Geneva, and Rome.
A UK judge in the High Court of Justice's Chancery Division today ruled that Samsung's Galaxy Tab does not infringe upon the design of Apple's iPad because Samsung's tablet isn't well-designed enough to be confused with Apple's product.
Apple must face class-action lawsuit for location tracking, but judge dismisses Google and other defendants
We heard last month that Apple would have to go ahead and face a class-action lawsuit because of last year's location-tracking scandal, but US District Judge Lucy Koh just narrowed the scope of the case a bit.
The Verge does a hands-on with Apple's new Smart Case, a new form of protection for your new iPad or iPad 2 that offers the same magnetic on/off capabilities as the Smart Cover but also protects the entire device from scratches.
Algoriddim has released vjay, an iPad app that gives you a video mixing deck you can use to mash up any video and music in your iPad's local storage.
Remember when Apple told us that the latest Apple TV has a single-core processor? That's not one hundred percent correct... according to a Chipworks teardown, the new APL2498 version of the Apple A5 chip is actually a dual-core design, and it's built on a smaller 32nm process that might help save battery life.
For those who want to know more about how the Mass Effect 3 score was created, composer Sascha Dikiciyan has posted an in-depth breakdown of the digital and analog gear he used to record the game's soundtrack.
Beatsurfer is a new app that uses the iPad as a MIDI controller and lets users draw their own software interface and slide their fingers to trigger sounds.
PCWorld has now run a gamut of tests comparing the new iPad with the iPad 2 as well as the Asus Transformer Prime and Galaxy 10.1 LTE, and the tablet with a retina display did top out the heat charts. However, the increase is rather minimal.
'Monty Python: the Holy Book of Days' iPad app is a treasure trove of behind-the-scenes material from 'The Holy Grail'
If you're at all interested in the cult classic Monty Python and the Holy Grail, the recently-released iPad app known as "Monty Python: the Holy Book of Days" is definitely worth the $4.99 asking price and 1GB download.
McGraw Hill Education CEO Vineet Madan has said that the new $399 iPad 2 is nearing a 'tipping point" price, and could lead to much greater uptake of the device in education.
The latest release of iTunes now supports transcoding and syncing high bitrate files to iPods and iOS devices in a variety of bitrates: 192kbps and 256kbps are now an option, in addition to the existing 128kbps setting.
NCAA March Madness Live app brings live streaming to iPhone, iPad, and select Android devices for $3.99
NCAA has released its March Madness Live app for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and select Android devices. The app comes with free radio streams of all games as well as social features, brackets, and notifications for upcoming games and possible upsets. Live streaming carries a $3.99 premium, but for that price you'll get to watch games live on your computer as well.
Apple released a new app called Apple Configurator to the Mac App Store today. It's a management tool that gives system administrators the tools to update, manage, and oversee deployments of iOS devices at schools and businesses.
Electronic Arts has temporarily removed The Simpsons: Tapped Out from the iTunes App Store after server issues cropped up following the game's launch last week.
The US Air Force Air Mobility Command has awarded a $9.4 million contract for iPad 2 tablets to vendor Executive Technology. The tablets will replace paper manuals and navigation charts for pilots.
Switching to iPads saves Vancouver $336 per device per year on data, decreases printing by 40 percent
The city of Vancouver, WA has seen a 40 percent drop in printing for city council meetings and savings of $28 per device per month by replacing some BlackBerry phones with iPads.