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Apple's Sir Jonathan Ive displays his Knight Commander medal at Buckingham Palace in London today.

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Apple's Sir Jonathan Ive displays his Knight Commander medal at Buckingham Palace in London today.

Design Guru Jony Ive’s Favorite Apple Product? The Next One

Apple design chief Jony Ive rarely gives interviews, but on the occasion of being knighted in his native U.K. today, the man who helped craft the iPhone and iPad talked with the Telegraph newspaper about the creative process and life...

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Ben Huh, of I Can Haz Cheezburger, challenges Buddy to a match of "You vs. Cat," a game that allows cats and humans to play together using the tablet.

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Ben Huh, of I Can Haz Cheezburger, challenges Buddy to a match of "You vs. Cat," a game that allows cats and humans to play together using the tablet.

IPad, Tablets Will Shape Market for Mobile Apps, Says Report

The so-called app economy could become more of an iPad economy, as the number of tablet users grows. That’s the takeaway from a report by Research2guidance, which looked at what the worldwide growth in mobile apps could mean for consumers...

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Apple has sold 67 million iPads in the two years it’s been on the market.

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Apple has sold 67 million iPads in the two years it’s been on the market.

Apple CEO: You Can Merge Toaster, Fridge, But It Won’t Be ‘Pleasing’

On today’s earnings call, Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked by Sanford Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi whether Apple would come up with some kind of tablet-laptop hybrid, so consumers would only need to carry one device. Cook, who is known...

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos holds up the Kindle Fire at a news conference last year.

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos holds up the Kindle Fire at a news conference last year.

Google’s Page ‘Quite Focused’ on Lower Ends of Tablet Market

Where does Google see its future in the tablet market? Try the bargain bin. Responding to a question about tablets during the company’s earnings call today, Google Chief Executive Larry Page said: “We definitely believe that there is going to...

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Microsoft's Arc Touch Mouse flattens when stored and can be curved when needed for use.

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Microsoft's Arc Touch Mouse flattens when stored and can be curved when needed for use.

Where Microsoft Designers Found Inspiration for Silicone Mouse

When Young Kim was dreaming up his award-winning mouse, the industrial design manager for Microsoft found inspiration in an unlikely place: Crate & Barrel. The Arc Touch Mouse is a thin, black bar with a tail made of sueded silicone....

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Thermal images of the iPad 2, left, and new iPad show the difference in heat.

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Thermal images of the iPad 2, left, and new iPad show the difference in heat.

Consumer Reports Gets Torched Over iPad Temperature Test

Consumer Reports wasn’t the first publication to draw attention to the fact that Apple’s new (don’t call me No. 3) iPad can get a 116-degree fever when running graphic-intensive tasks. But that hasn’t stopped the 76-year-old magazine from taking the...

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