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9-29-2010 @ 8:01PM
Interesting, WoW.com has been available on my iPad since I bought it, and I can see all the pretty pictures and videos.No story about that.Hmm.
9-29-2010 @ 10:05PM
I didn't realize that you can view websites on an iPad. Gee thanks Enigma! Any other iDevice that you can read wow.com that was designed for mobile web browsing that nobody knows about?
9-30-2010 @ 1:58AM
Actually, the iPad isn't made for mobile browsing. You see the full desktop versions of websites, including WoW Insider.
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