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Windows 8 brings new terminology, iPad trade-ins are on the rise, and a gadget adds sound effects to costumes.
The software giant is launching a limited-time iPad trade-in offer in its brick-and-mortar Microsoft stores.
You can now send Apple a water-damaged iPhone, iPad, or Mac and get a gift card in return.
You can spend anywhere from $299 to $929 to buy an iPad this year, but things get very muddled with a mix of old and new.
Consumers who trade in a working iPad 2 or third-generation iPad will get a $200 gift card.
Apple releases a fourth-generation iPad, and the number of trades rockets on trade-in site NextWorth, with more than half those swaps involving the suddenly dated third-gen iPad.
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Company will give Apple Store gift cards in exchange for various versions of your used iPad 2.
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eBay says 10 times the number of people traded in their iPads during February than did during the same month last year.