Apple's iPad is supposed to save print media, and Cosmo is a magazine that's just begging to be presented in a vibrating format. Here are some sex tips you can expect to see in the digital pages of the magazine:
Is the iPad really worth $500? Watching Steve Jobs unveil the details of his company's new game-changing tablet yesterday, I admit I'm not so sure.
One day of period jokes later, the snickering over Apple's new iPad is hard to avoid. Does it matter?
Apple's iPad announcement earlier this afternoon prompted a score of WTFing across the internet, prompting many to ask, "Are there any women on Apple's marketing team?" Answer: Apparently not. (Period.)
In less than an hour, Apple will release details of its rumored new tablet. Our brother sites, Gizmodo and Kotaku, are freaking out. They wonder if we are as well. Asks one editor: "What's the fashion angle?" Uh, well:
In less than one week, Apple is expected to unveil some thingamajig that will be like a Kindle from heaven and supposedly save print media. What this new gadget might be called is where people might have an issue.