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Where are you reading your copy of i today? Perhaps you are picking us up for the first time boarding a BA plane to somewhere exotic. If so, welcome.

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Auto Trader launches new iPad app



Auto Trader, which operates one of the UK's busiest car-related websites, autotrader.co.uk, is now offering a new way to access its vast database of used cars – a freshly developed iPad app which goes live today.

MPs to be allowed their iPads at Despatch Box

Ministers will be able to use an iPad at the Despatch Box instead of a ministerial red folder, under plans to be backed by MPs this week.

Video: Pope tries out his iPad

Vatican officials show Pope Benedict how to use his new iPad, as the new Vatican portal is launched.

The 10 best tablets

When Apple launched the iPad it also created an all-new niche for tiny touch-screen computers. Here's our pick of the models on the market.

HMV sale of Waterstone's approved

HMV got the go-ahead for the sale of its Waterstone's book chain today after the deal received the overwhelming support of shareholders.

Tech Talk: Do you really need that new iProduct or is it just short-term gadget lust?

A few weeks ago, I found myself being guided, as if by an invisible force, to an electrical shop in New Malden. It takes exceptional circumstances to put me in New Malden, and this occasion was no different; my brain (the invisible force in question) had decided I urgently needed to acquire the latest iPad.

Publisher says Apple's use of iBooks is not novel

Apple pple has been slapped with a lawsuit over its new iBooks brand of electronic books, from a little New York publisher that has been producing a series called ibooks for more than a decade.

Can Google really reboot the way we use personal computers?

Chrome OS scores highly for computer novices but fails for those who demand a little more from their computers

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Snapdragons Nursery in Bath is using iPads as a teaching aid for youngsters to learn through educational apps.

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