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January 28, 2010

Morning roundup: pick of the comment

Our pick of the best morning reading1. My Early Impressions of Apple's iPad & a Quick Hands-on Review (GigaOm)Om Malik gets his hands on the iPad and delivers his verdict.2. iPad About (Stephen Fry)Gadget guru Stephen Fry takes a look at Apple's

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Our pick of the best morning reading

1. My Early Impressions of Apple’s iPad & a Quick Hands-on Review (GigaOm)
Om Malik gets his hands on the iPad and delivers his verdict.

2. iPad About (Stephen Fry)
Gadget guru Stephen Fry takes a look at Apple’s latest world-changing device, the iPad.

3. Eight Things That Suck About The iPad (Gizmodo)
A bit of perspective from gadget bible Gizmodo as the sites lists all the things that the iPad lacks.

4. Can the iPad save newspapers? (The Guardian)
The iPad is being hailed by some as the saviour of the flagging newspaper industry. The Guardian examines whether digital journalism is suddenly sellable.

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