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The Daily's Cook: Subscribers Wanted!

News Corp. tablet paper exec acknowledges need to disclose data

     Christine Cook, head of sales and advertising at The Daily, used a panel discussion at Internet Week to hawk subscriptions—making one wonder just how much the outsized attention…

People Actually Spotted Reading in Barnes & Noble's Nook Ad

People still love books. No, really, says Barnes & Noble. In the wake of last year’s declining sales of physical books, the retailer kicked off a media blitz this week…

Amnesty ad for iPad not easily swiped away

Here's an interesting Amnesty International ad for the iPad that takes good advantage of the device's navigation ritual. The ad, placed inside the iPad edition of German newspaper Die Welt,…

Apple is anti-technology in TV ad for iPad 2

The iPad 2 was introduced a month ago today. At the time we wondered when we'd see the first TV spot. Finally, it's here. And it offers a grand statement.…

This iPad 2 case will set you back $8 million

Chances are, if you have an iPad 2, you're already kind of a dick. So, you might as well protect your gadget with the Stuart Hughes Gold History Edition iPad…

First spot for iPad 2 highlights 'smart cover'

Apple unveiled the iPad 2 yesterday during a frenzied event at which Steve Jobs reportedly turned audience members literally into sheep. It's now the next morning, and we still don't…

Old 'MadTV' sketch imagined iPad for ladies

Steve Jobs came down from the mountain with his tablet. Mere mortals can't dispute anything Jobs does, but his choice of the name iPad is raising some eyebrows.…

Women mostly not impressed by iPad name

Apple's usually pretty good at naming things, but they can't be happy that iTampon is now a trending topic on Twitter. Image via. —Posted by Tim Nudd

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