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The hunt for the iPad 2 leads to Houston

Only a diehard cynic would connect this year’s upturn in European travellers to the two NPRA conferences (oil and chemicals) with the launch of the iPad 2.   Far-fetched you might think, but hark, isn’t that the sound of distant tweeting?   “No sign of an #iPad2 at the Houston Apple store. People were queuing […]

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iPads versus iPhones (Michael Jackson spoof)

  Traders with their new iPads are everywhere. My first sighting of the petchem trader/iPad combo was at APIC in May.   “It’s a life changer,” another trader tells me this week. Right.   Now that iPhones are commonplace, iPads are still rare enough to have the cool edge.   This video is going round […]

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iPad will blend

Petchem folk who have been showing off their new iPad will be interested to know that … it blends.  

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Springtime for Chemicals

I’ve been away for a few days of well-timed holiday, basking in the sun of the long-awaited English spring. Meanwhile, a few chemical-related headlines caught my eye …   Chemicals on the iPad I can’t wait to see this. The Times reviewer of the iPad writes: “My favourite app … is The Elements for iPad, […]

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iFad and iFoam

Even the Blog’s children are being scathing about the new iPad, or iFad as all the techies in the office are so wittily calling it. Never mind that the purchase of a cute lightweight netbook in time for NPRA was delayed so that we could see what the long-awaited iPad was like, they would clearly […]

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Finger-powered mobile battery

Battery life is clearly an important selling proposition when it comes to choosing any on-the-move gadget – be it an iPad, a netbook or a mobile phone. Who hasn’t been stuck in an awkward situation as the battery bars dwindled down to nothing, especially in the early days of mobile phones?   Now a cutesy […]

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