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“Let’s be real about this. You can’t do everything on an iPad. As Shawn Blanc pointed out the other day, you can’t make iOS apps on it, for example. But you might be surprised by how much real work you can do on it with the right tools. If your work requires generally office-like capabilities, there are definitely iPad solutions.”

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ZDNet (blog)iPad 3 ‘Heatgate’ drama is completely overblownZDNet (blog)By Jason D. O’Grady | March 20, 2012, 9:50pm PDT Summary: Yes, the iPad 3 runs warmer than the iPad 2.

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Scotty, an app that I use almost daily to beam photos and screenshots from my iPhone to my Mac*, has just been updated to version 4.0, and now lets you beam your photos between your iOS devices as well.About Scotty: Scotty transfers photos and…

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The Adonit Jot Pro Stylus is touted as the most precise touch capacitive stylus on the market.

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“After unboxing your new iPad and getting it setup, the first thing you should do is open up the App Store and download some essential apps. We’ve compiled a list of 12 of the App Store’s greatest offerings, which we think should be installed on every iPad. These are apps you certainly won’t want to miss.”

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“A Maryland high school math teacher has launched an educational app for the iPad that allows students to add their own notes and markups to teachers’ Word, PDF, and PowerPoint files without the need to convert those files to another format.”

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