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Apple announces iWork for iPad

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Well, it looks like it's not all just fun and games for Apple's new iPad -- the company has also just announced an edition of its iWork software suite for the device. That, of course, includes versions of Pages, Numbers and Keynote that have been "completely reimagined for iPad," which will be available individually for $9.99 apiece, and are each basically what you'd expect from iPad versions of the desktop applications. It's iWork you can touch, if you will.

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