The new Apple iPad ships — with so many options, how do you decide among data plans and/or WiFi, color choices, price points, storage? It’s a Chinese menu. All the apps are doubling graphics size to support the new Apple iPad display and you will need more storage than you think, say Tech 411 hosts Todd More and Oscar Santana.
Whatever you do, if you’re buying the new Apple iPad, go for maximum storage.
Also this week, the Britannica Encyclopedia stops printing after 244 years, Apple Siri’s got problems and the guys review Turntable.FM.
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The beginning of the end for Britannica was in the early 1980s when Grolier released an online version of their encyclopedia followed by a CD-ROM. The CD-ROM was developed by Gary Kildall, an old friend who also created CP/M, the first dominant personal computer operating system.
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