Check out the latest Mobile Biz Buzz featuring Candace Papajohn!

Key takeaways from the video - Apple has released the new iPad with 4g, but is dropping Google Maps. Domino Roll Out, a great new gambling game for iPad and iPhone, is available in the app store.

Expect to see a different map interface when you tag photos or use GPS on your Apple device. Apple is working on removing Google Maps software from iOS. Since Google is one of its competitors in the mobile market, it’s no surprise Apple has spent the last few years purchasing mapping companies and finding Google alternatives. The photo of the new maps interface in the video is reportedly from OpenStreetMap.

The new iPad has arrived in stores and it supports 4g. ATnT will sell 250MB of data for $15, 3GB for $30 and 5GB for $50. Verizon Wireless offers similar pricing, with a 1GB plan for $20, a 3GB plan for $30 and a 5GB plan for $50.  You can use Wifi on the iPad without a data plan, so make sure you don’t pay for a plan with too much data.

If you like gambling games, check out Domino Roll Out. It’s a Vegas style gambling experience for iPhone and iPad based on dice and dominos. There are a number of options available to the player including the ability to change the color of the playing field between red and green felt. It’s only $1.99 in the app store, so take a chance, place a bet, and roll with Domino Roll Out.

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Tags: mobile gaming, ipad 4g, domino roll out