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According to Box CEO Aaron Levie, it’s just as much about baking the consumer look and feel into enterprise apps–something a new wave of startups is doing.
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(Image source: CNET) BY ALYSSA CARTEE ANCHOR JENNIFER MECKLES You’re watching multisource tech news analysis from Newsy With iPad 2 fever in full swing, Apple made an unusual move to make sure its most die-hard geeks could get their hands on one- setting up a temporary store just blocks from the hub of Austin’s South by Southwest Interactive Festival. And, man, festival goers took advantage. Hundreds lined up around the block waiting for hours to snag an iPad 2 in order to show off the newest gadget...
A brief video demonstration of iPad 2 mirroring via AirPlay and Apple TV on iOS 5
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Sincerely has released an app that allows you to send holiday cards directly from your smartphone.
On the Buzz Report, we try hard not to make jokes about the iPad name, but we do have to wonder: who is this good for?
Xander Soren, director of music marketing for Apple, shows off the GarageBand application designed for the iPad 2. The $4.99 app’s features include touch-to-play instruments, guitar amps and effects, and eight-track recording and mixing.
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Polycom dives into videoconferencing on tablets, Asus unveils a new line of Ultrabooks, Twitter to get “tweet” trademark, and Facebook launches an iPad app–finally.