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The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone
Apple CEO Tim Cook says that his company's competitors have "chased after Netbooks" and now want to "make tablets into PCs and PCs into tablets."
The carrier is also starting a tablet trade-in program and confirmed that users would get 200 megabytes of data "free for life."
By giving away data each month, T-Mobile makes a compelling case to buy its version of the iPad. That's dangerous for its rivals.
It's a tablet takedown: CNET pits the newly announced iPad Air against the Microsoft Surface 2 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.
Apple's new Smart Cases combine the rear and edge protection of an iPhone case with the screen coverage of an iPad Smart Cover.
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Apple's holding a big event Tuesday in San Francisco at which new iPads, Macs, and software are expected. Join CNET for the news as it happens, with pictures and running commentary.
Nothing goes up forever. After a sharp run-up in Apple's stock the last couple of weeks, investors sit on their hands after iPad rollout.
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