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We all know the Apple iPad sits atop the 10-inch tablet market like an MMA fighter straddling the octagon fence after a first-round TKO. That fight is over, for now, but the battle for 7-inch supremacy is still going strong and our new favorite contender is the Google Nexus 7, made by Asus. Since we now have two favorite tablets, and room for only one in our man purse, we must settle this the old-fashioned way—with a tab blood-letting.
One of the biggest improvements Apple made to the new iPad -- aside from the awe-inspiring display -- was the inclusion of a LTE radio. But while those blistering fast 4G have been a boon to Stateside tablet users, overseas iPad buyers are distinctly less excited -- prompting several foreign governments to consider false advertising investigations against Apple.
In this episode: Windows 8! We discuss the Metro interface on the desktop, on tablets, in the phone, and even on the Xbox dashboard. We see what Microsoft is trying to do, but will it work?
There's also some talk about the iPad 3, making movies, jumping out of planes with Sony-brand cameras, and Austrian hockey. Which is a thing.
Also, we chat about the Steam Box, Kickstarter, the problem with Android tablets, and creativity. Later, Gordon rants about things, and reveals that he's racist against Wookiees.
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Apple has delayed the shipment dates of three iPad accessories, including the Keyboard Dock and the 10W USB power adapter. Both of them will not ship along with the iPad on April 3 but about a month later in May. The third accessory to be affected is the iPad case, which will arrive sometime during April. The regular dock and the dock connector to VGA adapter are the only accessories that will be available on launch day. There has been no official clarification on the reasons behind the delay. One can only speculate that pre-orders may have outstripped the company's expectations. It is also likely that only the affected accessories are in short supply.
According to its sources, Sony is developing a host of portable media devices and the PlayStation-compatible phone is one of them. The report comes days after Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) SVP of publisher relations, Rob Dyer, told Industry Gamers that the PSP Go has turned out to be confusing and expensive.
Condé Nast produces upper-end publications, such as Wired, GQ, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, and Glamour, which sit right in the wheelhouse of Apple’s suspected target audience. Condé Nast already produces an iPhone version of GQ, of which it sold 15,000 copies of the January issue.
Condé Nast is stepping into the unknown with this venture. According to Thomas J. Wallace, Condé Nast’s editorial director, “We need to know a little bit more about what kind of a product we can make, how consumers will respond to it, what the distribution system will be.” One issue will be the look and feel of advertising. Sarah Chubb, president of Condé Nast Digital says the goal with ads is to “optimize the experience for the consumer, to “romance it a little bit more.”
Other than Wired the digital versions will be developed internally and made available through iTunes. Wired will come in iTunes and non-iTunes versions, with the latter based on a reader project currently being developed with Adobe.
Condé Nast expects GQ to be iPad ready by April, with Wired and Vanity Fair ready in June. Glamour and The New Yorker will appear sometime this summer.