The big news of the week was the keenly awaited announcement of Apple's new tablet, called the iPad. Read on for our extensive coverage and analysis of this news. We also continued our exploration of the significant Internet trends of 2010, including Real-Time Web, Mobile Web, Internet of Things and Augmented Reality.
New! We've refreshed the format for our longest running feature, the Weekly Wrapup. It now focuses more explicitly on the key trends that ReadWriteWeb is tracking in 2010, as well as giving you the highlights from the leading story of the week (in this case, iPad). Let us know your thoughts on the new format.
Apple Announces The iPad
- Apple Announces the iPad: WiFi, 3G, iWorks and an E-Book Store ($499 and Up)
- Could No Camera Be an iPad Killer?
- Why Amazon, B&N and Co. Should Embrace the iPad
- 5 Reasons to Wait for iPad 2.0
- Do We Love the iPad? The Numbers Say We Do
- iBummer: Augmented Reality Fans Disappointed By iPad
- Open Thread: Is the iPad a Flop?
- Overhyped, Overpriced & Disappointing: iPad? No, iPod in 2001
- The Era of Location-as-Platform Has Arrived
- Opera: Facebook Rules the Mobile Web
- Combatting the Hype: 76% Don't Access the Mobile Internet
- Google Voice on the iPhone: Is HTML5 Good Enough?
- Google Could Lose 50% of iPhone Traffic to Bing
- How to Hack Your Android Phone (and Why You Should Bother)
Announcing The ReadWriteWeb iPhone App
ReadWriteWeb iPhone app! As well as enabling you to read ReadWriteWeb while on the go or lying on the couch, we've made it easy to share ReadWriteWeb posts directly from your iPhone, on Twitter and Facebook. You can also follow the RWW team on Twitter, directly from the app. We invite you to download it now from iTunes.We're really excited to announce the official
Internet of Things
- Using Your Mobile Phone as a Proximity Sensor
- Arrayent Called The Cisco of Internet of Things
- The Emerging Era of Alert Services - For Almost Anything
- Never Mind the Valley: Here's London
- Never Mind the Others: Here's Silicon Valley
- Never Mind the Valley: Here's Beijing
- Why We Need Tech Events for Women
ReadWriteEnterprise is devoted to 'enterprise 2.0' and using social software inside organizations.Our channel
- The Elevator Pitch for Enterprise 2.0
- Will the iPad Be as Much of an Enterprise Success as the iPhone?
ReadWriteCloud, sponsored by VMware and Intel, dedicated to Virtualization and Cloud Computing.Our channel
- Announcing ReadWriteCloud, Our New Channel on Cloud Computing & Virtualization
- Why Social Enterprise and Cloud Computing Go Hand in Hand
- Getting Started With Virtualization: What You Can Do On a Shoestring
- How to Explain Virtualization to Your Friends
That's a wrap for another week! Enjoy your weekend everyone.