Video chat is becoming an essential application to both business travelers looking to connect with both their offices and their kids back at home as well as retirees who want to talk to grandchildren.
Apple took ownership of the tablet market in 2010 as the only game in town in the consumer market. But its slick-looking tablet was snapped up by business users, too, from the CEO reviewing Power Points and emails during yet another business trip to hotels looking to provide better customer service to guests. Indeed, Deloitte recently forecast that businesses would buy 25 percent of tablet computers sold in 2011. But Apple has a tougher path ahead. That's because, unlike last year, the field is getting crowded. From a host of Android tablets both planned and shipping to new tablets on new OSes promised by RIM and HP, and Windows 7 tablets, too, there's no shortage of competition this year. Still, the most anticipated launch will be Apple's next generation tablet. Here's a look at the top rumors about Apple's iPad 2
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