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T3 is reporting that Mike Tedesco, Microsoft‘s Senior Product Manager for WindowsBU, stated that a version of Microsoft Office for the iPad is “something that we’re looking at.” Tedesco stressed that he couldn’t make any official announcement today, but from the sounds of things, Microsoft is at least considering a version of Office for Apple’s newest creation.

The iPad already has the ability to run a productivity suite — Apple has created iPad-specific versions of its own iWork programs, Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for $9.99 each — but as T3 notes, bringing Office over to the iPad would go a long way toward establishing it as a legitimate productivity device. Whether those Office apps would be bundled together, offered individually, or cost as much as or more than iWork is, of course, impossible to say at this point. We’ll keep you updated as we learn more about Microsoft’s intentions.

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A SKIN doctor has invented a new iPhone application that he says will cure ACNE.

Dr Greg Pearson’s app claims to improve people’s skin by shining a special light on to the owner’s face while they chat on the phone.

Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/2844556/Phone-claims-to-cure-bad-skin.html#ixzz0f0Z5Q2te

Apple introduce the IPad

 Steve Jobs took the stage at the Yerba Buena Arts Center in San Francisco to confirm what was known as a rumor: The launch of iPad, the tablet that has taken the world of technology head for several weeks. The iPad will have prices ranging from $ 499 up to $ 829 for the 3G version and will be put on sale within two months.

Specifications

  • The new iPad half inch thick, weighs 1.5 pounds, and its screen is 9.7 inch IPS technology, the same as the latest iMac.
  • It can accommodate multi-touch Apple A4de special chip 1Ghz and come in versions 16, 32 or 64 GB capacity.
  • It also has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, accelerometer, compass, and battery which gives 10 hours  in hold.

For more information please visit www.apple.com

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As everybody knows smoke is not good for you, but isn’t good for your computer either.

A least according to Apple technicians,  if you smoke you don’t have warranty on your computer.

for more information visit …

http://consumerist.com/5408885/smoking-near-apple-computers-creates-biohazard-voids-warranty