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iPad, therefore I love computers

The tablet has revolutionised the way its enthusiastic users work, live and play.

Impressive quarter expected for Apple as shares soar

Apple is anticipated to report another dazzling quarter ropelled by strong demand for its perennial bestselling iPhone and the new, thinner iPad 2.

SA gets first iPad-only newspaper

Independent news website <i>Daily Maverick</i> plans to launch South Africa's first daily newspaper designed specifically for an Apple iPad.

iPad 2 hits South Africa this week

Apple announced on Wednesday that the iPad 2 will go on sale in South Africa, Japan, Singapore and other countries this week.

iPad 2 sold out in the afterlife as Chinese pray for the dead

Apple's iPad 2 shortage has spread to the afterlife as Chinese families in Malaysia rush to buy paper replicas of the popular new gadget.

How the iPad revolution has transformed working lives

A friend recently went to a business meeting. He prepared by pulling his laptop out of his bag. The clients responded by taking out their iPads.

iPad 2: Thinner, lighter and faster

Apple remains ahead of the pack with the iPad 2, which offers faster web browsing, better graphics – and a really clever cover.

How Apple keeps us taking the tablets

On Wednesday Apple released the second version of the iPad. Pardon me while I yawn: I know it's rude to do it in public but what the hell?

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National Science and Technology Forum

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