by March 10, 2010March 10, 2010 9:25 pm PDT|
The weekly BuffaloBuzz is back with another episode. This week, we take a look at:
- In the U.S., you can pre-order your iPad and have it by Saturday, April 3rd. Pre-order date is set for March . Both versions will hit Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland, and the U.K. in late April. Starting March 12, consumers can preorder both the Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + 3G models from Apple’s online store or reserve a Wi-Fi version to pick up on April 3 at any Apple retail store.
- Google Announced Thursday that its subsidiary video-sharing website, YouTube will be offering auto-captioning to its millions of users worldwide in the hopes of extending accessibility offered to viewers in its videos to those hearing-impaired.
- Will tethering be supported on the iPad to connect your 3G iPhone connection to the device, avoiding the need to purchase the iPad’s data plan via AT&T? We’ll take a look at that.
- Images surfaced this week via CrackBerry.com of a new style of the BlackBerry where the Storm touch-screen meets the Bold keyboard and is packed in the Palm Pre design.
- Microsoft said on Friday that it plans to finalize the code for Office 2010 next month and, as expected, it kicked off a program enabling those who buy Office 2007 in the coming months to get a free upgrade to the new version.
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