App Industry Roundup: iPad 3Gs arrive, more Adobe wars, and why the iPhone finder may be a saint

Apr 30, 2010
Tech

April’s end wraps up a busy week for app news. In this App Industry Roundup, prepare for the next version of the iPad, Steve Jobs starts a war with Adobe, a man who helps orphans “https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/apple-store/id350027738?mt=8″ app_id=”201218” target=”_blank”>very fine comic book app for the iPad, that doesn’t mean you should abandon the paper version. Indeed, Saturday […]

April’s end wraps up a busy week for app news. In this App Industry Roundup, prepare for the next version of the iPad, Steve Jobs starts a war with Adobe, a man who helps orphans “https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/apple-store/id350027738?mt=8″ app_id=”201218” target=”_blank”>very fine comic book app for the iPad, that doesn’t mean you should abandon the paper version. Indeed, Saturday is Free Comic Book Day, an event celebrated by fans and practically every comic book store. Comics are a great way to introduce reading to children. If you don’t believe me, just ask Wolverine.

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Eric Benderoff

Eric Benderoff is the principal of BendableMedia.com, an editorial services firm, and a founding member of the Appolicious content strategy team. His personal technology column for the Chicago Tribune has appeared in newspapers and websites nationwide. He is a regular guest on Chicago's WGN Radio and is a frequent commentator about consumer technology on national TV news programs.

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