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The foundation of Jobs’s iPad pitch was counterintuitive. Most don’t buy a laptop for the heavy office tasks they were originally designed for. They use it mostly to communicate.

Library@NYP‘s insight:

It is undeniable that many of our lives have been changed with the advent of smartphones and tablets. It has increased the mobility of how we access information, truly on-the-go in every sense. In fact, this very scoop has been created using an iPad, not a desktop. Read this excellent excerpt from Fred Vogeistein’s soon-to-be released book, "Dogfight: How Apple and Google went to war and started a revolution" .

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