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Verizon Unveiling New Competition For Apple's Ipad

Verizon has unveiled new competition for Apple's Ipad.

At this year's International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Verizon Wireless revealed its new high-speed 4G wireless smart phone and tablet from Motorola.

This new wireless network is the fastest in the country.

Verizon hopes to cash in on that advantage by selling tablets and smart phones that have 4G capabilities.

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