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1/26/2012
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Apple iPad: Happy 2nd Birthday

Apple changed the way we think about computing and digital devices--again--when it introduced the iPad tablet in early 2010. Take a look back and a peek ahead.
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iPads equipped with 3G cellular network connectivity were released on April 30, 2010. Wi-Fi may be the preferred way to connect an iPad to the Internet, but if you're depending on your iPad to do work while on the road, the 3G option is essential.

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