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Norton Ink will be presenting their new Android-powered Adam tablet tomorrow at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona but here is a little preview for you. Flash, a longer battery life, outputting video at 1080p, web cam, a $1m app competition – these are a few of the points that Norton Ink is hoping will help persuade buyers over the competition like the iPad. See specific specs verses the iPad specs as well as a video of technoholik.com interviewing the co-founder of the Adam after the jump. Read More >

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Does the emergance of e-readers such as the Kindle, Nook and now the iPad mark the beginning of the end for printed books, magazines and newspapers? There are already tens of thousands of books being created for the digital format. Newspapers such as the New York Times already have iPhone apps and have already created apps for the much antisipated and infamous iPad. Now magazines like Sports Illustrated, Interview and Wired are all releasing videos on how they plan to break into the digital media market. With the layoffs, company closures and poor profits for many companies in this industry everyone is hoping that the acceptance of digital media into the book, magazine and newspaper industries will save many of these companies. See below for the videos demoing what to expect from a digital, more interactive publication. Read More >