Roundup: Read Rolling Stone On Your iPad
You can stop figuring out where to keep all the Rolling Stone magazines you purchased in your small house as you would be able to read it on iPad.
Samsung may exit netbook business
If the reports of French CNET blog, titled as Blogeee are to be believed, Samsung is considering an exit from the business of low-margin netbook. It is being claimed that in early 2012, Samsung would stop selling the netbook product range 10.1 for the benefit of Ultraportable products.
Apple wins patent for Extendable Port Hatch, Retail Packing and more
The US Patent and Trademark Office has officially published seventeen new patents granted to Apple. The patents won by Apple include I/O Connectors with Extendable Faraday Cage. The five design patents granted to Apple cover wireless keyboard, Magic Mouse and iPhone 4S retail packaging, the icon for Maps + Compass and the iOS GUI for Notes.
Rolling Stone coming to your iPad
Wenner Media, the publisher of Rolling Stone and US Weekly have plans to start publishing their magazines to iPad in early 2012. The app version of Rolling Stone will cost US $10 to read. The iPad versions of magazines would contain some song samples and interviews but largely replicate the print edition.