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Friday, 29 November 2013

Mark Twain’s Top 9 Tips for Living a Kick-Ass Life

Mark Twain’s Top 9 Tips for Living a Kick-Ass Life
You may know Mark Twain for some of his very popular books, but what you may not know is how much of a bad ass he was at living life. Here are a few tips for living an awesome life from Mark Twain.

“It’s no wonder that truth is stranger than fiction. Fiction has to make sense.”
“Let us live so that when we come to die even the undertaker will be sorry.”
“When your friends begin to flatter you on how young you look, it’s a sure sign you’re getting old.”
You may know Mark Twain for some of his very popular books like Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. He was a writer and also a humorist, satirist and lecturer.
Twain is known for his many – and often funny – quotes. Here are a few of my favourite tips from him.
1. Approve of yourself.
“A man cannot be comfortable without his own approval.”
If you don’t approve of yourself, of your behaviour and actions then you’ll probably walk around most of the day with a sort of uncomfortable feeling. If you, on the other hand, approve of yourself then you tend to become relaxed and gain inner freedom to do more of what you really want.
This can, in a related way, be a big obstacle in personal growth. You may have all the right tools to grow in some way but you feel an inner resistance. You can’t get there.
What you may be bumping into there are success barriers. You are putting up barriers in your own mind of what you may or may not deserve. Or barriers that tell you what you are capable of. They might tell you that you aren’t really that kind of person that could this thing that you’re attempting.
Or if you make some headway in the direction you want to go you may start to sabotage for yourself. To keep yourself in a place that is familiar for you.
So you need give yourself approval and allow yourself to be who you want to be. Not look for the approval from others. But from yourself. To dissolve that inner barrier or let go of that self-sabotaging tendency. This is no easy task and it can take time.
2. Your limitations may just be in your mind.
“Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.”
So many limitations are mostly in our minds. We may for instance think that people will disapprove because we are too tall, too old or balding. But these things mostly matter when you think they matter. Because you become self-conscious and worried about what people may think.
And people pick up on that and may react in negative ways. Or you may interpret anything they do as a negative reaction because you are so fearful of a bad reaction and so focused inward on yourself.
If you, on the other hand, don’t mind then people tend to not mind that much either. And if you don’t mind then you won’t let that part of yourself become a self-imposed roadblock in your life.
It is, for instance, seldom too late to do what you want to do.
3. Lighten up and have some fun.
“Humor is mankind’s greatest blessing.”
“Against the assault of laughter nothing can stand.”
Humor and laughter are amazing tools. They can turn any serious situation into something to laugh about. They can lighten the mood just about anywhere.
And a lighter mood is often a better space to work in because now your body and mind isn’t filled to the brim with negative emotions. When you are more light-hearted and relaxed then the solution to a situation is often easier to both come up with and implement. Have a look at Lighten Up! for more on this topic.
4. Let go of anger.
“Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured.”
Anger is most of the time pretty pointless. It can cause situations to get out of hand. And from a selfish perspective it often more hurtful for the one being angry then the person s/he’s angry at.
So even if you feel angry at someone for days recognize that you are mostly just hurting yourself. The other person may not even be aware that you are angry at him or her. So either talking to the person and resolving the conflict or letting go of anger as quickly as possible are pretty good tips to make your life more pleasurable.
5. Release yourself from entitlement.
“Don’t go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first.”
When you are young your mom and dad may give a lot of things. As you grow older you may have a sort of entitlement. You may feel like the world should just give you what you want or that it owes you something.
This belief can cause a lot of anger and frustration in your life. Because the world may not give you what expect it to. On the other hand, this can be liberating too. You realize that it is up to you to shape your own life and for you to work towards what you want. You are not a kid anymore, waiting for your parents or the world to give you something.
You are in the driver’s seat now. And you can go pretty much wherever you want.
6. If you’re taking a different path, prepare for reactions.
“A person with a new idea is a crank until the idea succeeds.”
I think this has quite a bit of relevance to self-improvement.
If you start to change or do something different than you usually do then people may react in different ways. Some may be happy for you. Some may be indifferent. Some may be puzzled or react in negative and discouraging ways.
Much of these reactions are probably not so much about you but about the person who said it and his/her life. How they feel about themselves is coming through in the words they use and judgements they make.
And that’s OK. I think it’s pretty likely that they won’t react as negatively as you may imagine. Or they will probably at least go back to focusing on their own challenges pretty soon.
So what other people may say and think and letting that hold you back is probably just fantasy and barrier you build in your mind.
You may find that when you finally cross that inner threshold you created then people around you may not shun you or go chasing after you with pitchforks. :) They might just go: “OK”.
7. Keep your focus steadily on what you want.
“Drag your thoughts away from your troubles… by the ears, by the heels, or any other way you can manage it.”
What you focus your mind on greatly determines how things play out. You can focus on your problems and dwell in suffering and a victim mentality. Or you can focus on the positive in situation, what you can learn from that situation or just focus your mind on something entirely else.
It may be “normal” to dwell on problems and swim around in a sea of negativity. But that is a choice. And a thought habit. You may reflexively start to dwell on problems instead of refocusing your mind on something more useful. But you can also start to build a habit of learning to gain more and more control of where you put your focus.
8. Don’t focus so much on making yourself feel good.
“The best way to cheer yourself up is to try to cheer somebody else up.”
This may be a bit of a counter-intuitive tip. But as I wrote yesterday, one of the best ways to feel good about yourself is to make someone else feel good or to help them in some way.
This is a great way to look at things to create an upward spiral of positivity and exchange of value between people. You help someone and both of you feel good. The person you helped feels inclined to give you a hand later on since people tend to want to reciprocate. And so the both of you are feeling good and helping each other.
Those positive feelings are contagious to other people and so you may end up making them feel good too. And the help you received from your friend may inspire you to go and help another friend. And so the upward spiral grows and continues.
9. Do what you want to do.
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did so. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”
Awesome quote. And I really don’t have much to add to that one. Well, maybe to write it down and keep it as a daily reminder – on your fridge or bathroom door – of what you can actually do with your life.

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Friday, 29 November 2013

Wednesday, 27 November 2013

'Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas' Hits Mobile Devices This December


Rockstar Games has announced the launch of "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" for iOS,Android, and Windows Phone devices this December.
"GTA: San Andreas" was the third installment in the "GTA" series, and was universally considered to be one of the best games for the PlayStation 2
The mobile version of the game, which takes us back to the fictional, crime-ridden state of San Andreas, features new touch controls and full controller support.
The game will also have remastered graphics, including a richer color palette, more dynamic and detailed shadows and a greater draw distance, as well as enhanced character and car models.
More details about the game, including price and exact date of availability, will be revealed in the "weeks ahead".

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Monday, 25 November 2013

Microsoft Sells 1 Million Xbox One Consoles in 24 Hours

Microsoft claims it has sold more than one million Xbox One consoles in the first 24 hours after it hit the market.
The Xbox One went on sale on November 22 in Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, the UK and the U.S.
With a million consoles sold in less than one day on the market, Microsoft has matched Sony, which said it has sold more than one million PlayStation 4 consoles in 24 hours.
"We are working hard to create more Xbox One consoles and look forward to fulfilling holiday gift wishes this season,” wrote Yusuf Mehdi, Xbox's corporate Vice President of Marketing and Strategy, in a statement.
The Xbox One costs $499 in the U.S., and the PlayStation 4 can be had for $399. Both consoles offer improved graphics, new social features and a better controller than its predecessors, the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3.
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    The Next-Generation Xbox One

    The Xbox One, Microsoft's next-generation gaming console, combines gaming and entertainment in one package. Its x86 architecture runs three distinct operating systems to multitask efficiently. The console will be out on Nov. 22 in 13 countries for $499.
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    Xbox One Ports

    The Xbox One connects via HDMI to your TV, and can also accept an HDMI feed from a cable box. The other ports you see on the back are optical-in, ethernet, two USB ports and the Kinect's proprietary jack
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    Xbox One

    The ridged side gives way to an additional USB port, which is much easier to access from the front.
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    The Controller

    The controller is a sleeker version of the Xbox 360 controller, with only slight changes made to some buttons. For instance, the directional pad is more defined, and the triggers offer haptic feedback.
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    Chat Headset

    The Xbox One chat headset is packaged with every console, and plugs into the top of the Xbox One controller. The volume and microphone controls are found near the jack.
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    Kinect Camera

    The new and improved Kinect looks similar to the previous model, but now supports 1080p output with a wider-angle lens.

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Monday, 25 November 2013

Saturday, 23 November 2013

Mobile Internet Subscriptions to Triple by 2019


If it seems like everyone around you is constantly glued to their smartphones, you haven't seen anything yet. According to Ericsson's 2013 mobility report, the number of global mobile Internet subscriptions will triple by 2019.
In 2013, the number of mobile subscriptions around the world clocks in at 2.2 billion. Six years from now, that number is set to reach 6.4 billion.
Statista's chart shows the growth in subscriptions of smartphones, mobile PCs, tablets and mobile routers.


Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Saturday, 23 November 2013

Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Inside the Most High-Tech Cab in New York: Car Force One

Sometimes you think you’ve seen everything in tech. Other times, everything in tech gets packed into a car for the ultimate in luxury. If you ever wanted to play on a PlayStation 4, watch cable TV, finish some work on a full-size keyboard, print photos and/or enjoy a beer as strobe lights pulsate around you on your way to work in a clean, comfy cab, take a ride in Car Force One.
A ride fit for a president, Car Force One is a luxury car service that chauffeurs you around the New York area in the most teched-out car in the world. And the truckload of amenities are at no additional cost.
According to Car Force One founder and CEO Ishai, the company’s priority is customer satisfaction. "My company is not about the car, it's about the service. It's for the clients," said Ishai, who declined to divulge his last name
Ishai has been a cab driver since July 2009 and modified the cars himself with a team of helpers. He first started with a sedan, but these days he drives a 2011 Chevrolet SUV that's tricked out with gadgets and amenities such as an Xbox 360 (which he's upgrading to a PlayStation 4 when it comes out), a 23-inch Samsung HD monitor, Blu-ray player, live cable TV with premium channels, 4G Internet, three mobile printers and more.
"I believe it's the most equipped car in the world, the most luxurious car," Ishai said.
He built the vehicle to provide three major services: convenience and comfort, multi-media entertainment and a fully equipped mobile office. Here's an exhaustive list of features in Car Force One, which is not complete because Ishai is constantly adding new things to his car.


  • Chargers for iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5c, 5s, Samsung and BlackBerry phones on every side/seat
  • Remote controls throughout car to adjust lighting on/off and dimming
  • Phone holders near charging cables on sides of car
  • Mobile "bathroom," as a client called it, side dock with: Victoria's Secret lotions and colognes, hand sanitizers, Wet Ones to go and Kleenex to go
  • 3 coolers (2 for now) that serve as mini-bars, offering cold drinks such as: bottled water, orange juice, apple juice, Diet Coke, Sprite, Coors Light and Plans to add fruit salad cups
  • Mobile baby station with: bottle warmer, baby wipes warmer and paper towels
  • 2 full-size umbrellas, adding 2 smaller ones
  • Infant and toddler car seats and boosters
  • First-aid kit, emergency seat belt cutter, window breaker, fire extinguisher
  • Multimedia Entertainment

  • 23-inch full HD 1920 x 1080p monitor that’s hooked up for 5 different uses: Internet, Blu-ray movies, live cable TV, gaming console and pictures and videos from SD card reader
  • Gaming console (Xbox 360 for now, he has already ordered PS4)
  • Live cable TV (Time Warner) with premium channels such as Disney and HBO
  • 2 headrest monitors hooked up to Blu-ray player
  • More than 200 titles of Blu- ray movies in a 2TB hard drive, an additional 30 titles for kids
  • Up-to-date magazines and newspapers
  • Mobile Office

  • Fully functioning laptop hooked up to 23-inch monitor, wireless keyboard and mouse
  • 4G Wi-Fi that clients can connect to on their own devices
  • 3 mobile printers: 4 x 6 photo printer, an all-in-one scanner/printer, an HP OfficeJet printer
  • Adjustable table as a writing surface that holds the keyboard and mouse
  • SD card reader for memory card file transfer
  • Reservations with Car Force One start at $45 for a journey from the Upper West Side to Wall Street, and shorter distances cost a minimum of $35. In comparison, the same ride (UWS to Wall Street) in a yellow cab will set you back some $30 in moderate traffic, including a 20% tip. Ishai says he imposes a minimum fee for reservations because of the commitment he makes and the opportunity cost involved. “If another job comes up for $500, I will turn it down,” he said. He has offered better rates for regulars and sometimes even gives them free rides for short distances.
    Don’t expect to call Car Force One tonight and get a ride tomorrow morning, though. Due to a tight schedule, Ishai says the company would prefer people make reservations as far ahead as possible. He receives bookings for March in as early as June the year before, and most of his clients hire him for airport and business pickups. You can access CarForceOne’s website with the username “carforceone” and the password “president” to make reservations and open an account for 15% off posted rates.
    Ishai says he can’t wait to get started on his next car and has already bought tickets to go to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January. He intends to get the latest and greatest tech for his car, including:
  • Appropriately-sized 4K or 3D (without glasses) monitor
  • Wireless phone charging dock
  • Karaoke machine
  • Heated and cool cup holders
  • Mousepad that can be used on lap
  • But it's not the tech features that keep people coming back to Car Force One. Ishai says he asks repeat customers why they choose to return to him over other luxury car services. They tell him it is his reliability that they prize the most, followed by his friendly personality. "Many of my clients confide in me," he said. But for first-timers, the amazing features of Car Force One are the biggest draw. After all, it's not every day that you get to ride like a president.

    Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Wednesday, 13 November 2013

    Friday, 8 November 2013

    Now Google Glass Knows Where You Live

    Google Glass continues to expand its head-mounted toolbox: The wearable computer now has stronger ties to both Google Calendar and Maps, letting you navigate to your home or workplace with just a few spoken commands. Google has also updated the FAQ for the device, saying it won't deactivate Glass if you sell it.
    The XE11 software update, announced on Google+ and automatically pushed to Glass Explorers, connects Glass to your Google Calendar better than before, allowing the wearer to use easy voice commands to see impending appointments. To see your calendar, just say "OK Glass, Google" then a calendar-specific command like "my agenda" or "what am I doing this week?" The only catch is you have to have private search enabled on your Google account.
    Google also improved how Maps work with Glass, letting users get directions to Home or Work as long as the user has specified those addresses. The next time you want to get home, just speak the normal "Directions" command and then say "Home." This is great, although we'd still love to see Google introduce better in-car integration.
    XE11 includes a usability tweak as well: Now a long press on the touchpad will no longer activate Google search. It turned out users were activating the feature by accident too often. Not a big change, but it shows that 
    Google is continuing to perfect the user experience of Glass before commercial launch, expectedearly next year.
    If you're pairing Glass with an Android phone, you get an extra bonus: You can now start a screencast right from your notifications window without having to launch the app.
    Finally, Google has updated its FAQ for Glass, first reported byAndroid Police. Google's terms of service for the device says it's forbidden to sell the Explorer Edition of Glass to someone else, but it also says it won't "brick" the device if you do. A few desperate developers might be breathing easier now.
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      Google Glass POV

      The virtual screen that Google Glass shows you through the prism appears to be a display floating a few feet in front of you. Although it's obviously very tiny, Google says it's the equivalent of a 25-inch screen seen from 8 feet away.
      The message screen "ok glass" is the most common one you see, since it activates whenever you tap the side or tilt your head up. The screen lets you know Glass is on and actively listening to your voice.
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      Sports Scores

      The most recent sports scores are just a single swipe away.
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      Search Results

      The screen is big enough to display a single sentence or simple text feedback extremely well. The font gets smaller for longer results, although it maxes out at about two sentences.
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      Although photos don't look great on Glass, you can easily discern the content, and they look much better when exported to other displays.
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      Reddit Notification

      Most notifications involve both a headline and a photo, as with this one from Reddit.
      The multicolor "spectrum" effect isn't visible to the eye -- it appears in this photo because it was taken outside and some sunlight was refracted.
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      New York Times Notification

      The New York Times' notifications tell you how many articles are waiting. You can see them in a manner similar to the Reddit headlines by tapping the touchpad on the temple.
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      Twitter App

      Here's what you see when you want to share something via Twitter. GlassTweet is a third-party app.
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      When you ask for directions, Glass first confirms the address.
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      Active Navigation

      Here's the UI for navigating with maps. The arrow moves as you turn your head.
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      2D Navigation

      Navigation in 2D gives you a bird's-eye view of the map.
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      Speech Error

      Error messages are very clear.
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      Settings Screen

      The main settings screen lets you know if you're connected to Wi-Fi and how much battery power is left.
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      Settings, Alternate View

    Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Friday, 8 November 2013

    Wednesday, 6 November 2013

    Qualities of confident people

    confidenceAt first: Confidence isn’t swagger , bravado, or an overt pretense of bravery neither some bold air of self-belief directed at others.
    Confidence is a natural expression of expertise, ability and self regard. Confidence is quiet
    Confident people share a number of qualities:-
    1. They take a stand not because they think they’re always right.. but because they aren’t afraid to be wrong. 
    Conceited and cocky people tend to take  a position and then bluster, proclaim and totally disregard differing points of view. They want you to know that they are right.
    Truly confident persons don’t mind being proven wrong. What’s right is lot more important to them than being right. They’re secure to back down graciously when they are wrong. They often admit that they’re wrong ; intellectual bullies never do.
    2. They listen 10 times more than they speak.
    Truly confident people are unassuming and quiet. They want to know what others think as they already know what they think.
    Bragging is a mask for insecurity.
    truly confident people know that the only way to learn more is listen more.
    3. they duck the spotlight so it shines on others.
    Truly confident people don’t care- they don’t show it.They know what they’ve achieved. they don’t need glory.
    They stand back and celebrate their achievements through others.
    4.They freely ask for help.
    Many people think that asking for help is a sign of weakness and lack of knowledge and skill.
    Confident people admit their weakness. so they often ask for help, not only because they admit that they need help but also to pay a huge compliment to the helper.
    5. They think,”Why not me?”
    Many people feel that they’ve to wait to be promoted or to be selected.
    Truly confident people know that success is universal. without calling anyone’s attention towards themselves, they do it.
    6. They aren’t afraid to look silly.
    Running around in your underwear is really taking it to its extremes..But when you are confident, you do not mind being in a situation when you are not at your best.
    7. They don’t put down other people.
    8. They own their mistakes.
    9. They only seek approval from people who really matter.

    Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Wednesday, 6 November 2013

    Sunday, 3 November 2013

    Top 10 Tech This Week

    Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Sunday, 3 November 2013

    Friday, 1 November 2013

    iPad Air vs. Every Other iPad Ever Made

    In the battle for speediest tablet, there can be only one victor. In our side-by-side tests of every single full-sized iPad generation ever made, not surprisingly, the Apple iPad Air makes a strong case for supremacy.
    Since Apple introduced the iPad in 2010, it's been continually upping the ante on its processor. The very first iPad featured a custom-built A4 mobile CPU, which ran at 1 GHz. The iPad 2 got an upgrade to the more powerful A5 chip. It, too, was clocked at 1 GHz.
    But, as with all Apple's ARM-based chips, the performance was more than the sum of its Hertz.
    When the iPad 3 came along, it included a huge graphic performance boost, thanks to the A5x chip. The A6, which arrived with the iPhone 5, added performance and new digital photography chops to the phone and the iPad 4, which arrived in November of 2012.
    This year brought the A7 chip and a new set of iPhones and iPads. The 1 lb., .29 inch iPad Air not only looks and feels different, it performs differently too.
    To see the real-world changes wrought by Apple's component updates across the five generations of iPad, we put them all in one room and performed a series of simple, illustrative tests. The iPad Air is on the far right. Next to it is the iPad 4 Retina, followed by the iPad 3, then the iPad 2 and, finally, the heftier iPad 1.
    Caution: watching this video may lead to standing in line for the iPad Air line at your local Apple store Friday.
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      Holding the Apple iPad Air

      Apple's iPad Air takes the tablets design to a new level of portability. At just one pound and 0.29 inch thick, the tablet is light enough to hold with just your fingertips.
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      iPad Air Box

      The only notable thing about the iPad Air box is that it's smaller than any full-size iPad box that's come before it.
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      iPad Air side view

      As you can see, the lock switch and volume buttons are still on the side.
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      iPad Air Back

      Aside from the "space gray" aluminum, there's nothing remarkable about the back of the iPad Air. You can see the iSight camera in the upper left corner.
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      iPad Air's iSight Camera

      This is pretty much the same camera you'll find on the previous iPad and on the iPhone 5C.
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      iPad Air Top Edge

      The top edge features the 3.5mm audio jack, microphone opening and the power/sleep button.
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      iPad Air Speakers and Lighting Port

      Another look at that very thin edge.
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      iPad Air Bottom Edge

      You'll find the speakers and Lightning port on the bottom edge of the iPad Air.
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      iPad Air in Smart Case

      The new iPad Air fits snugly into the leather Smart Case.
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      iPad Air Bottom View

      Another look at the bottom of the iPad Air.
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      iPad Air Slims Down

      Compared with previous iPads, the iPad Air (left) is also considerably thinner.
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      A Smaller iPad

      The iPad Air is considerably smaller than the iPad 4 (bottom).
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      iPads of All Shapes and Sizes

      At the bottom is an iPad 4. In the middle is the much smaller iPad Air (with the same size screen). On top is the iPad Mini (Gen 1).
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      iPad Air is Thin and Light

      It's fun to hold it like this, but not particularly useful.
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      iPad Air in New Smart Case

      If you've seen iOS 7 before, then the home screen is quite familiar. Even if you haven't, it still looks just like an iPad.
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      New iPad Air Smart Case

      The new Smart Case is leather and fits the iPad Air perfectly. It's easy to put on and a bit tricky to take off. It also doubles as a stand. It lists for $79.
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      Smart Case Rear View

      The case features an opening for the camera, speakers and Lightning port. Other buttons are covered, but still entirely usable.
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      iPad Air in Smart Case Beside Smart Cover

      Don't want to cover the iPad Air's shiny back? Try the smart cover. It costs $39.
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      iPad Air With iPad Mini on Top

      They share many of the same specs, but the iPad Air is considerably larger than the iPad Mini.

    Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Friday, 1 November 2013

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