Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Today's Headlines

The Executives Behind Microsofts War Against the iPad
Windows 8 still a year away, but based on what the company showed at its Build conference last week, it looks like Microsoft and its hardware partners may have a significant opportunity of stopping the iPad  -- or at least providing the first alternative that actually has a chance.  So who's behind Microsoft's last-ditch effort to keep Windows on top of the world.

Target Discontinues 16GB 3G iPad 2's
According to stock on Target’s website, the store may be discontinuing some of its iPad 2’s, namely the 16GB 3G versions from Verizon and AT&T.

Yahoo to Launch Digital Newsstand for Publishers
Mediaweek (UK)
Yahoo is gearing up to launch an HTML 5-based system called Livestand for magazine publishers wanting to cut the costs of getting onto iPad and Android apps.

Motorola's New Tablet Spotted in Video
Editor Chris Ziegler:  "We’ve obtained exclusive footage this morning of a new Motorola tablet that looks to be a lot sleeker and thinner than the 10-inch Xoom that launched earlier this year; the slightly angled corners are reminiscent of the Photog 4G, so this looks to be a new design language the company is continuing to pursue."

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