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Apple Testing Smaller iPad: WSJ

Amy Gilroy February 14, 2012 Comments Off

Apple is beginning to test a smaller iPad, with a screen around the size of 8-inches, reports the Wall Street Journal. The iPad maker is reportedly working with its component parts suppliers in Asia

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Fed Loosening up on Driver Distraction:WSJ

Amy Gilroy February 10, 2012 1

The Fed is changing its tune on calling for a full ban on cellphone use in the car, and the movement to legislate against “connected cars” appears to be fading, reported the Wall Street

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Target Stores Act to Stop “Showrooming”

Amy Gilroy January 24, 2012 2

For the specialist, and for any brick and mortar store, a concern is that consumers are using your shop as a showroom, only to leave empty-handed and price shop online. Target is doing something

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PlayBook Tablet Faces UpHill Battle

Amy Gilroy April 19, 2011 Comments Off

The BlackBerry PlayBook tablet goes on sale today, April 19, in 20,000 storefronts including Best Buy, Staples and Office Max, facing an uphill battle with the iPad and a sea of poor reviews. Maker

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