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FTC May Investigate Google’s Safari Tracking, Latest iPad 3 Shots

As the Apple event draws near, more news regarding the iPad 3 keeps on surfacing the web.  There are now leaked images that the iPad 3 is equipped with Apple’s A5X processor, not the A6 chipset.  And if Chinese sources … Continue reading ? FTC May Investigate Google’s Safari Tracking, Latest iPad 3 Shots is a post from: SiliconANGLE We're now available on the Kindle! Subscribe today.
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