ABC News (blog)A New iPad Browser Surfs the Web So You Don't Have ToNew York Times (blog)That is what Rockmelt's new browser for the iPad does. The browser, which became available in the App Store Thursday, does not look like a browser at all.
Apple InsiderSamsung and Google joining forces to produce a tablet to challenge the iPadExaminer.comMany have tried but none have come close to bringing down the undisputed leader in tablets, which is none other than Apple's iPad.
The iPad has found its way into hospitals, retail stores and homes across the nation, but it’s also making a big splash in the classroom.… (RT @gallit_z: RT @gallit_z: “@hughtheteacher: MT @JudyArzt: 40 iPad Apps For Science
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Visua Musio is a new iPad app, surfaced by Creative Applications Network, which lets you make “visual music animations” by adding shapes to an empty canvas. That canvas becomes your song.
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RockMelt, a startup co-founded by Tim Howes & Eric Vishria burst on the browser scene two years ago with a social browser. Today the company is launching a brand new iPad app that marries browser and a reader.
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