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5 Ways That the iPhone 5 Will Change the World

Apple has finally introduced the iPhone 5. Smartphone fans and Apple investors are naturally excited: The very nature of the shiny new handset and the bar-raising nature of some of its features will send out ripples far beyond Cupertino.

What to Watch This Week: iPads, RVs and Pics in Space

Let's go over some of the items that will shape the week ahead on Wall Street: Pricey iPads and cheap smartphones will dominate tech; retailers' will report earnings; Winnebago will tell us what it has in the tank; and the smart money will be watching an eye in the sky.

5 Surprises From the New iPad Launch

Given all of the hype ahead of Wednesday's unveiling, it's surprising to see how right the leading analysts and tech bloggers were in nailing Apple's new iPad. But that doesn't mean there weren't a few surprises out of the Cupertino powerhouse.

Don't Buy a 'New iPad': Apple Cuts Price of iPad 2 to $399

Apple unveiled its new iPad with its usual pizzazz, and fans will probably rush to pre-order the snazzy new tablet. But if you don't need the absolute latest bells and whistles, the real news is that you can get an iPad 2 now at a very sweet price.

5 Things You Need to Know About the iPad 3

Everybody's been expecting Apple's third generation iPad to hit the market in March, and come Tuesday, that's exactly what will happen. But before you start camping in front of your local Apple Store, let's answer your five most-burning iPad questions.

AT&T's 4G Battle Plan: 15 Major U.S. Cities in 2011

AT&T will spread its 4G LTE network into a large number of U.S. cities this year, a move that puts it into direct competition with Sprint-Nextel's Wimax 4G product and LTE technology deployed by Verizon Wireless. But will its investment in faster wireless pay off?