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Can't decide if you want to have an iPad or a MacBook Air? If you pick up the CruxSKUNK Keyboard Case from CruxCase, you can almost have the best of both worlds.
Yes, I suppose you could rely on meteorologists to give you a weather report, but they're not taking readings outside of your house and they certainly aren't giving you real-time data about the inside of your house.
. If you are into PHP though, a good solution still has yet to arrive- until now. Kodiak PHP provides a full PHP editing and executing experience for the iPad and is brought to you through the efforts of a three-man team made up of Adam Horacek, Kuba Brecka, and Jiri Ibl, all three from the Czech Republic.
here are a lot of great accessories for the iPad and iPhone out there, many of which are inspired by retro designs. Can all retro ideas translate perfectly into the modern world? I suppose it depends on who you ask. The latest concept idea actually has a working prototype, and that's the iTypewriter. That's right, apparently this accessory is designed to let us relieve the glory days of old, back before touchscreens, computers, and even word processor machines.
When it comes to social media sites, we often think about more traditional platforms such as Facebook- but what about photo sharing? One of the biggest sharing social networks has quickly become Pinterest, and the good news is that the social network is expanding beyond the web and iPhone with a new version that also supports Android devices and the iPad.
It looks like it's pretty much for certain that Tim Cook and Apple are going to announce the new iPad mini next month and now we've got even more proof of the so-called 7-inch iPad.
There is something to be said about retro appeal and recognizing your roots. I'm not sure what that something is, but you can probably say it with the Padintosh Case for the iPad.
When the Microsoft Surface tablet was first announced, there was a heck of a lot of hype generated, despite the fact that a lot of the details weren't actually revealed. Now it seems that we are finally learning a bit more about Microsoft's upcoming tablet. According to the unofficial information about the tablet, it seems that the ARM-based version, called the Surface RT, is aiming to be lighter than the iPad and will have the ability to play HD video for 13 hours consecutively.
What if you could have an external battery that could expand and grow with your needs? That's what you get with the Exovolt Plus from EXOGEAR, billed as the world's first stackable battery pack.
If you are currently subscribed to Amazon Prime but happen to have an iPad instead of a Kindle Fire, you'll be happy to know that an Amazon Instant Video app has now hit the iPad.
One of the problems with the iPhone and iPad is that there is no expandable memory option. The Kingston Wi-Drive addresses this is a very unique way and it just so happens that you can now get one for up to 54% off.
Bummed out by the idea that you'll have to wait all the way until October to get your hands on the next iPhone? According to sources reporting to iMore, you won't have to, instead the iPhone 5 may be announced at a special event on September 12th of this year with a launch to follow just nine days later on the 21st.
The Samsung-Apple patent wars continue to push on at full swing revealing all sorts of dirt including Samsung ignoring Google's warnings that their designs were too close to Apple, and internal memos that show that even the iPhone was actually influenced by earlier Sony-style designs. This war doesn't seem to be slowing down and no real victor seems in sight, but at least all these court discoveries and findings are kicking up interesting prototype/mockups that help us see the clear evolution that took place as Apple designed its various iOS-based products.
A set of documents have leaked out that Apple plans to use in court, in which Google warned Samsung that the design for the Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Tab 10.1 were too similar and even famous designers apparently cautioned Samsung that the Galaxy S looked too much like the iPhone because of its shape and overall design elements.
Yes, we already know about the iCade, but what about the nostalgic value of curling up with your favorite NES title from the 80s? The newest creation is called the GameDock and it effectively lets you convert your iPhone, iPad or iPad touch into a retro video game console
A new court decision will require that Apple address the findings of the July 9th London court decision, which basically states that Samsung Galaxy tablets don't infringe on Apple's registered designs.
Recently the net world has been abuzz with information about the leaked 035 iPad prototype, which dates back to sometime between 2002-2004.
Apple products give us shiny new toys to play with, and that's exciting- but in China the idea of upcoming new Apple products means that plants like Foxconn will need more seasonal workers to help push out these upcoming units and for those that are currently unemployed, nothing is more exciting than having income, even if there have often been accusations that Foxconn's conditions are less than desirable.
According to rumors, the above picture (and all of the following) are engineer samples that give us a look at the size and dimensions of the rumored iPad Mini.
Here we go again. Rumors of a smaller Apple iPad have been around for as long as the iPad itself, but with the arrival of the Google Nexus 7, a so-called iPad Mini could really see the light of day.
According to iFixit, there is one clear advantage to the Nexus 7's design versus the iPad- it's extra space inside makes it much easier to repair.
Usually a roach is something you don't want around the house, except perhaps in the case of the Roachbot.
In a very lengthy, yet compelling read, Gizmondo produced an article that essentially applauds the new Microsoft Surface tablet and welcomes it as a game changer that makes the Air and iPad look obsolete in comparison. The article goes on to state that the system follows the ten design principles that folks like Apple's Jonathan Ive seem to live by.
While iPad's dominance isn't much of a surprise, you might not know this- Apple's original iPad actually was designed with two dock connectors, one for portrait and one for landscape.
It seems like every time we turn around we have another technology pushing the bounds of what we thought was possible. We've all seen the glove-controlled PCs in Minority Report, right? That's sort of what MIT's Media Lab has accomplished, teaming a glove/attachment with an iPad.
It seems that rumors regarding the 7.85-inch iPad continue to persist, with a new one claiming that it will use “G/F2” Thin-film touch technology when it releases in the 4th quarter of this year. The rumor comes from industry sources, according to DigiTimes.
Up until now, only older iDevices have had the ability to downgrade to previous firmware versions using the Limera1n exploit and SHSH blobs, but that ability has now been ported to newer A5-powered iDevices like the third-gen iPad and the iPhone 4S.
Recent reports make it look as though Apple has the wheels in motion for another iPad, the hotly-rumored iPad mini with the smaller screen could be just a few months away.
It turns out that we're wrong and the newer batch of iPad 2 tablets is actually an improvement over the original iPad 2.
It seems that Wikipad and Gaikai are coming together to create a gamepad attachment for the Wikipad, allowing gamers to add dual analog and buttons into their Wikipad gaming experience.
The app will run on any iPhone, iPad or iPod that uses iOS 5, and you will have to buy a $9.99 dongle which should be connected to your DSLR by cable or infrared. Connect the dongle to your iDevice and then you can simply use your device’s sensors as triggers (motion, facial recognition and more).
The new Lifedge has an option that makes iPad water and dust proof, with a rating of IP67. Basically, this means you can submerge your iPad in 3 feet of water for up to thirty minutes and not have any harm come your way.
Looking to turn your iPad into a handy netbook? Logitech has you covered with its new ultrathin keyboard case that it announced earlier today. The new case is designed for both the iPad 2 and new iPad, giving you a thin screen protector that also has a built-in keyboard. Similarly to Apple's Smart Cover case, the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover uses a magnetic clip to secure its iPad. According to Logitech, there is no reason to worry about battery life on the keyboard because if you were to use it for about 2 hours a day it would still have enough juice to keep it running for about six months. Not half bad at all, I'd say.
There are several very unique camera attachments and accessories for the iPhone, like the MirrorCase. But what about the iPad? This week, at the National Association of Broadcasters conference, the Padcaster was announced as a unique way to turn your iPad into an on-the-go filming and editing device.
According to Chinese portal Netease, translated by Kotaku, a smaller version of Apple's tablet will come to market in the third quarter of 2012.
Splashtop has created software called the Win8 Metro Testbed, which is essentially software that allows developers to test out their Windows 8 Metro apps right from their iPads.
Apple’s Foxconn factory may not be the best place on Earth for a worker to be, but what comes out of it is certainly loved by millions around the world. Reporter Rob Schmitz, the Shanghai Bureau Chief of Marketplace, recently gained access into the factory and has written a detailed ongoing report about his experiences there. But the video below stands out as it allows us to take a peek at the process of making an iPad.
Oh, look at that Retina display! Oh, look at those quad-core graphics! Oh, look at that... what? Why isn't my Wi-Fi working? Yup, apparently there have been "many" new iPad owners who have been complaining about Wi-Fi issues, Apple has very much recognized the pressing problem and are out to fix it.
After tons of rumors about an iPad 3, what we really got, as you know, was the new iPad. So then will the iPad 3 still arrive sometime in the future? Is it in the works at the moment in a super secret Apple lab? Well, it appears like a new tablet, a smaller iPad, is indeed being tested by the company and it might get released later this year (maybe as the iPad 3 or iPad mini).
Ever since the new iPad was released there seems to be a plethora of issues that owners have been complaining about, such as potential overheating issues and even an alleged charging problem. Just like with the heating issue though, Apple's official response is that there is nothing wrong.
The new iPad from Apple has been available in places like Canada and the United States for a little while, but now more international customers can get their hands on the latest too. The expansion is substantial and will likely build on the momentum already brought on by the launch in the first set of countries.
World of Warcraft may not be quite as hot a topic as it once was, but the MMORPG is still hugely popular and Blizzard is looking into expanding the franchise onto mobile platforms. Yes, you could playing WoW on your iPhone.
The new iPad offers plenty of exciting improvements such as the retina display and a faster processor, but nothing everything about the newest model is for the better. One such issue that seems to plague the device has to do with overheating.
Apple’s new iPad shipped with that awesome 2048×1536 Retina display. As expected, a lot of apps have been updated to take advantage of the high resolution display. The updated apps that are being highlighted on the front page of the App Store include mostly popular apps from the big names. These include Kindle, NY Times, Flipboard, Reeder, Twitter, and Vimeo. All together there are 42 apps for you to choose from, and the selection includes games, productivity/learning software, among other types.
No, it's not quite the same as having Siri, but the Dictation feature in the new iPad is still there for some of your voice recognition needs, but it turns out that it could also turn into an invasion of privacy. This is partly conjecture, to be fair, but it is still something worth noting.
There is no denying that the new iPad has substantially improved from what was already a great product, the iPad 2. There is one thing that the iPad is not, however- and that's bullet proof.
So, after lining up for hours on end, you finally got your hands on the new iPad. You're amazed by the improved graphics performance and enthralled by the new Retina display, but your hands are starting to catch on fire. Yup, it looks like the new iPad could have an overheating problem, and it isn't even summer yet.
Retro games often lose their lustre, you go back 5 or 10 years later with a hope of reigniting that once lost flame, only to be left thinking, meh. It was better before. We are pretty sure that the arrival of the Neo Geo X -- which will be shipping with classic Neo Geo titles on board -- is going to give you a similar unsatisfied feeling.
There is no denying that the new iPad (iPad 3) is impressive, it is faster, more graphically pleasing, and best of all has a killer retina display. So we understand, at least conceptually, that Apple has quadrupled the pixel count, but what does it all look like close up, with the aide of a microscope?
It may not be coming jam-packed with features as the new iPad which becomes available today for the cost of an arm and leg, and it may not be as thin as the teased stainless steel Archos slate, but it certainly is unbeatable when it comes to its price tag. The ridiculously cheap Aakash 2 tablet, which is the successor to the $35 Aakash tablet designed for the students in India, will be launched in the country in the coming month with a price tag of just $40.