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PC Advisor launches Tech TV iPad app

Free app optimises videos for Apple's iPad

PC Advisor has launched a new app on Apple’s App Store that delivers tech videos to iPad users for free.

Tech TV is updated daily with the hottest news videos, product launches, industry reports and on-location technology event coverage. Tech TV includes all of the content from PC Advisor TV, but optimises the videos for Apple’s tablet.

Videos are divided into four categories: Latest Videos, New Products, Future Technology and Industry News. The Latest Videos tab includes the best content from all categories; New Products provides hands-on videos of the latest gadgets as they're announced; Future Technology offers a glimpse at the devices that will change the way we use computers in years to come; Industry News delivers updates of the week's biggest tech stories.

Previously launched for HP’s TouchPad, the Tech TV iPad app really comes into its own during the world's top technology exhibitions. Typically, the app offers at least one video per day, but during events such as CES, CeBIT, Computex and IFA, PC Advisor's unrivalled events coverage kicks in, with several videos each day on everything from executive keynotes to product launches from the world's largest tech firms.

PC Advisor's online network is supported by more than 2,000 journalists worldwide along with the IDG News Service, a 24-hour global news organisation with correspondents in bureaus around the world.

Download the free Tech TV to your iPad today.


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