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.
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The DisplayPad app extends your Mac’s desktop.
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Apple Senior VP Scott Forstall shows off Facetime, a video conferencing feature, on the new iPad 2. Users will be able to video chat with other users on the new iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, and Mac computers.
CNETs Natali Del Conte unboxes the new Apple iPad and some of the tablets accessories.
The Kindle speaks two new languages, Yahoo and Bing release their top search terms for 2012, and the next versions of the iPhone and iPad will probably sport 4G LTE.
Samsung, both a chief rival and supplier to Apple, produces the iPhone maker’s A5 processor in a new facility in Austin. Production started earlier this year.
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