Arguably, Apple's dominance in the tablet category is stronger than its powerful presence in phones and computers. With the long and wide shadow of the iPad's influence, it's hard for any tablet to stand out in its own light. The Asus ZenPad S 8.0 is worthy of its own special spotlight. It's a stylish Android tablet with swift performance and a $200 price that's just right. Not the best Android tablet ever, but pretty great for the price. Most people I describe my job to (I review tablets) are stunned to hear that tablets other than the iPad actually exist. That's unfortunate for the Android-based ZenPad S 8.0. It's a great tablet with a $200 price tag (£200 in the UK, Australia availability has yet to be announced, but the domestic price converts to AU$278); that's $70 (£20, AU$70 converted) less than the Apple iPad Mini 2 (unless you're picking up one this week) and half the starting price of the $400 (£320, AU$570) iPad Mini 4.
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Pasadena 8 a.m. PT: Francisco Naranjo entered the Apple store amid cheers and high-fives after waiting 34 hours in line at the Pasadena, Calif., Apple store. When he got in line on Wednesday night, Apple employees told him the launch was on Friday, not Thursday. He responded, "I know, but I just wanted to make sure I get one." The next person didn't show up until the following afternoon. New York 10:55 a.m. ET: An Apple salesperson at the Upper West Side store said the company has run out of the 16 GB Sprint iPhone 4S. It still has 32GB Sprint versions in white. And it has both black and white models in the 64GB configuration. It still has supply of all models, both white and black, of iPhone 4S's from Verizon Wireless and AT&T. I asked why they ran out of the Sprint version of the 16GB so quickly, and the salesman said that the store got fewer shipments of the Sprint devices than it did of phones from the other two carriers.
Samsung's expert witnesses are Sam Lucente to talk about what the article of manufacture should be and atomic protective waterproof case for apple iphone 5, 5s and se - pink/clear Michael Wagner to talk about Samsung's profits and the appropriate amount of damages owed, Witnesses Samsung may call to testify include Tim Benner, its senior director of marketing science and strategic analytics; Peter Bressler, a design expert Apple used at the initial trial; Steven Sinclair, a former iPhone product marketing manager; and Apple's executives Blevins, Howarth and Joswiak, First published April 23 at 2:59 p.m, PT. Update at 4:05 p.m, PT: Adds Apple declining to comment..
Let me explain what AT&T's throttling policy is all about and why it stinks no matter what. I'll also explain why it isn't going away. And then I will explain why the new policy is actually a better solution than the one the company previously imposed. Nearly two years ago, AT&T got rid of its unlimited data plan for smartphones for new customers. The company said that it was being overwhelmed by the amount of data a small percentage of customers were using, and it needed to put some economic incentive into the plan to curb usage.