•9.7 inch IPS display
•0.5 inches thin
•Full capacitive multi-touch interface
•16-64GB of Flash memory storage
•1 GHz Apple-branded A4 chip (developed in-house)
•Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
•Accelerometer & Compass
•30-pin Dock connector (same as iPod and iPhone)
•10-hours of battery life (Over one month standby time)
•Runs all iPhone apps
•App Store application included
Default iPad Apps
With 802.11n WiFi
16 GB $499
32 GB $599
64 GB $699
With 3G and wiFi
16 GB $629
32 GB $729
64 GB $829
WiFi models are available in 60 days.
3G models available in 90 days.
There is a dock and a keyboard accessory available to buy.
There’s also a case that you can use as a stand.
3G Data plans:
There are two plans for the iPad. Up to 250MB per month is $14.99.
Unlimited plan is $29.99. With AT&T. You can activate it on the iPad and there’s no contract.
Pay as you go and cancel anytime.
Travelers waiting to fly may soon be able to surf for free at San Francisco International Airport. Officials are expected to approve a deal on to provide travelers a free wireless Internet connection at the airport.
Microsoft has confirmed that an IE vulnerability was at fault for the Google attacks. In Microsoft Security Advisory (979352) it spells out details and in a company blog, Mike Reavey, director of Microsoft’s Security Response Center (MSRC) provides more information. The security advisory notes that IE 5.01 running on Windows 2000 was not vulnerable to the attack, but that IE6, IE7 and IE8 on Windows 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008, Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 are all at risk.
and then….Microsoft announced that it will issue an emergency security update for Internet Explorer (IE),
but postponed setting a ship date for the fix until wednesday.
Adobe Tuesday patched eight security vulnerabilities, six of them critical, in thier PDF viewing and editing programs. Security experts call the Adobe fixes very important as the update fixes one flaw that hackers had already exploited.
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Point to Point wireless:
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