Here is a new segment we call "Top of the Morning", where we bring you the latest tech news that is making headlines that day.
Here are some of today's top trending stories...
* Samsung Galaxy Tab feels "inadequate" after iPad 2 announcement
; heads back to drawing board to re-examine pricing.
* FaceBook jumps $15 Billion
in value in just a couple months.
* Android dominates Smartphone industry
, toppling over Apple and Blackberry.
*Apple in talks to set up unlimited downloads
on purchased iTunes music.
As soon as early 2011, we may see the iPad in a smaller size, ready to get in the ring and compete with the recent batch of tablet competitors. Many have complained about how heavy the iPad's 9.7 size is. Holding it for any length of time in one hand, it becomes weighty and awkward. The new iPad is also rumored to come equipped with a front-facing camera and Face-time, the video-conference application that is currently on the iPhone 4 and the recently released iPod Touch. Of course, Apple has not responded to the rumors as in times past.
The iPad's most popular competitor is the Samsung Galaxy Tab, who was just announced on Friday, will be released this coming holiday and will be given 3G access from 4 major U. S wireless carriers- AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-mobile. The Tab comes packed with videoconferencing features, running Android operating system. No pricing or specific date of availability has been revealed.