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Now that you've sunk all your money into an iPad, here are five of the most popular games that cost nothing.
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As Apple treads into Microsoft Office territory, Redmond touts its Surface tablets while taking some verbal potshots at the iPad maker.
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.
CEO Tim Cook and other executives introduce updated iPads, Macs, and software in San Francisco on Tuesday. Among the technologies the company hopes will be hot this holiday season: the iPad Mini with Retina Display, faster MacBooks, and the high-end Mac Pro.
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Some things in life really are free. Check out our picks for the best games on the iPad that don't cost anything at all (unless you choose to buy in-app upgrades later).