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    Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google, told Ken Auletta, writer for the New Yorker and author of "Googled: The End of the World as We Know It," that he lacks "emotional intelligence." Auletta also talks about Google's management and possible weaknesses. (Published Friday, Jan 22, 2010)

    Is it an iPad 2 screen or isn't it? Either way, photos have appeared on the Internet causing discussion and buzz about Apple new and top-secret project, the iPad 2, which is due out later this year.

    The photos of the LCD screen  at 9-to-5 Mac were obtained by a repair shop before being sent to the site, "fresh out of China." Mark Gurman calls the display lighter and about a millimeter thinner than the original iPad.

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    Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google, told Ken Auletta, writer for the New Yorker and author of "Googled: The End of the World as We Know It," that he lacks "emotional intelligence." Auletta also talks about Google's management and possible weaknesses. (Published Friday, Jan 22, 2010)

    However, many are suggesting there will be no retina display, but the display could be brighter and more energy- efficient than the original iPad. At least one analyst believes that the iPad 2 will focus on a thinner, more streamlined display with glare and reflection reduction -- mainly for use in sunlight, according to AppleInsider.  The iPad 2 will be competing head-to-head with Amazon.com's Kindle and needs to be as easy to use as the sunlight-friendly e-reader.

    Perhaps that's the real reason that Apple is tightening up control on third-party apps, and requiring purchases to go through Apple? Perhaps this was all be part of the rising e-reader market and reduce some of the damage done by its competitors. At least by requiring purchases going through Apple, it will now get a cut of the profits and hurt its competitors at the same time.

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    Silicon Valley-based Virgin America embraces Google apps. (Published Wednesday, Oct 27, 2010)
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