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Tag Archives: iPad
Joshua Topolsky: There is a gray area that exists for me with the iPad. I love using it to read, to browse the web, to share content, to occasionally create content. But there is a moment when I have to … Continue reading
I heard that Amazon will be updating Kindles in July. Hopefully the State is told to wait.
This is a slick solution to a really big problem with using the iPad as a production device. Typing is really great, but editing could be way better.
I especially love the graph at the bottom of this piece. At first, the chart seems normal… until you read the title.
Square has already started to implement the iPad as a POS system for local merchants. Fast Comapny’s Kit Eaton looks at how Revel Systems is taking this to the next level. The firm is partnering with Best Buy’s Geek Squad … Continue reading
ChangeWave Research reports that 98% of iPad customers are satisfied with their device. The biggest reason? The retina display.
In this “patch” episode Tarun and Chris discuss the iPad Press Conference. Tarun and Chris give their thoughts on Apple’s “new iPad” and software Apple previewed. They also discuss what exactly this iPad update means for consumers and Apple as … Continue reading
The new iPad, featuring an A5X chip and retina display. Also worth noting is iPhoto for iPad+iPhone. Stay tuned for full coverage on a special episode of Weekly Download.
Related to Jim’s post, Erik Kain writes: More likely, we’ll see a tighter integration of mobile devices and station-based computers. We’ll see more touchscreens across all device categories, and there will be more ways to network and switch between all … Continue reading
Jim Dalrymple: The right question to ask is “does the iPad fit my lifestyle?” Completely agree. My answer is no, but I’m apparently becoming more of a minority.
Looks slick. Update: Or not.
A few Apple rumors becoming confirmed: the launch date will be a week after an event held on March 7th, and it will include LTE capability on both AT&T and Verizon. Many enthusiasts (myself included) believe that the only way … Continue reading
The headline reads Android has a “record” 39%, and Apple’s shipment numbers have called from quarter to quarter, but Apple still maintains a strong incumbency with only one tablet product.
Apple’s Developer Portal will shutdown for the holidays on Thursday. Developers will not have any new apps accepted into the App Store for 8 days. Every year since the App Store opened this occurs and causes developer to scramble. As … Continue reading
Nik Cubrilovic argues that the design of the iPad is a natural evolution of designing tablet computing devices, using the idea that the Crunchpad (later the JooJoo) and the Samsung Galaxy Tab (currently in spat with Apple) share similar maxims … Continue reading
Matt Hickey for The Daily: In addition to an iPad-ready version, a new edition of Office is expected for OS X Lion sometime next year. The current version of the desktop package, Office 2011, officially supports iOS versions up to … Continue reading
It took a while, but Facebook has just announced the iPad app should be going live today. The app was expected to be released at last Tuesday’s Apple event, but that did not happen.
An interesting argument: Had HP sold the TouchPad at $99 from the gate, the iPad would have lost a significant market share because the price point is irresistible to consumers. Bolstering this claim is the fact that the TouchPad has … Continue reading
Three reasons why Apple is delaying the iPad other than retina display yield issues: The window for shipping the iPad 2 has just become 24 hours. It is unlikely that the hottest selling tablet would need an update in 2 months, … Continue reading
Chris predicts doom for the TouchPad and points to two main problems with the recent TouchPad price drops. Continue reading
John Riccitiello, EA CEO: Consoles used to be 80% of the industry as recently as 2000. Consoles today are 40% of the game industry, so what do we really have? We have a new hardware platform and we’re putting out … Continue reading
Shout out to a great service used at Indiana University. The software training they provide is unmatched. The app is a great solution for mobile training, too.