Amazing Alex tops the mobile charts + MORE iPad News 07/14/2012

More iPad news and updates!  A round up of the latest Apple iPad articles from around the net.
Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 ReviewIf you’re one of the few that is looking for a decent mid-range well rounded Android tablet that also manages to come in the same shape as the iPad, we might have something just for you. Today on the SlashGear test bench is the new Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet. Running on a standard build of Android, but rocking an iPad-like 9.7-inch 1024 x 768 resolution display check out if this tablet is for you after the break.

What we have here is a tablet that Lenovo has designed to be well built, well priced, and budget friendly…

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New Food & Drink App Store category now live
- The Unofficial Apple Weblog

New Food & Drink App Store category now live

Finding apps to help you cook and serve up drinks just got a lot easier thanks to Apple’s new Food & Drink category. Announced last week by Apple, Food & Drink is now live in both the desktop version of iTunes and the iOS App Store on the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. Just like other categories, the new Food & Drink category tracks the top paid and free apps as well as new and hot apps. This new category may be a minor improvement for users, but it’s a welcome change for developers who write apps that fall in this category…

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Amazing Alex tops the mobile chartsDid we really expect anything else? The next game from Angry Birds creator Rovio has managed to climb to the top of the mobile gaming charts after just one day. Already a global phenomenon, the 99-cent iPhone game is the best-selling iPhone app in no fewer than 35 countries. Meanwhile, the $2.99 high-def version is the best-selling iPad app in 50 countries.

The game actually started its life outside of the walls of Rovio headquarters. It was created by an independent developer who launched the title – under a different name – in 2011…

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<a href="http://feeds.wired.com/~r/wired/index/~3/FoI61Hmx_FA/" title="America’s Army Comic: Bad Recruiting Tool, Worse Story” rel=”follow” name=”Wired.com” target=”_blank”>America’s Army Comic: Bad Recruiting Tool, Worse Story
- Wired.com

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SAN DIEGO — America’s newest comics publisher has a $200-billion-a-year budget, more than a million employees and just one title in its catalog. At Comic-Con International, the U.S. Army — yes, that U.S. Army — announced the release Friday of America’s Army No. 1, a partially animated digital comic for the iPad and Android tablets.

America’s …

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