Monday, June 6, 2011

iPad Production May Drop by 36% 
Following the deadly explosions at the Apple assemble plant Foxconn  last week, an analyst has predicted that iPad production could drop as much as 36 percent in the third quarter.

RIM Playbook 2 May Be Ready For Holidays
Device may be available with 10-inch screen and white exterior.

Galaxy Tab 10.1 to Make Exclusive NYC Debut This Week
The Galaxy Tab 10.1 hits the shelves in New York City’s Union Square Best Buy on June 8, exclusively available from the store for over a week. The tablet won’t roll out in wider release until 10 days later, on June 17. 

Knoxville Daily Newspaper Editor Frustrated by Not Being on the Kindle
The Knoxville News Sentinel
Editor Jack McElroy:  "The Kindle has been a bit of a frustration for the News Sentinel. We have been sending our content to Amazon for quite a while now, but it still is not being pushed to the Kindle store. Dealing with digital-distribution giants can be a puzzle for a local publisher, but we expect soon that well-read Knoxville will have the local paper available for e-reading."

Fifth Graders Receive Nooks for Summer Assignments
Fifth graders at Schuylkill Valley Middle School outside of Philadelphia will be taking home Nook e-readers. The devices will be filled with digital copies of books for students to read over summer break.

Which E-Reader Should Consumers Buy?
San Jose Mercury News
A comparison of the major e-readers currently on the market. 

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