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Flash 10.2 Optimized For Mobile – Will The iPad 2 Get It?

Adobe Flash 10.2 is coming to Android 3.0 devices including the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and BlackBerry Playbook, says Adobe, with Stage Video GPU acceleration to reduce RAM gobbling, smooth out performance and prolong battery life. Could these performance enhancements allow it Flash on the next-generation iPad?

Fatality! Multiplayer Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 HD For iPad

The trouble with most iPhone games is that they are single-player experiences. The iPad, with its bigger screen, lends itself to multiplayer enjoyment and that's exactly what you get with Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 HD. That, buckets of blood, and loads of severed limbs.

Otterbox’s Tough iPad “Utility” Case Straps To Anything

Otterbox is known for their durable cases. I took a look at the Defender Case for iPad when it first came out and it has held up very nicely since. But what about those situations where you're in the field and need a bit more "grip" and flexibility?

Could Apple switch to OLED within MacBooks and iPads?

OLED displays look quite amazing compared to traditional LCDs. And that's why it's awfully enticing to hear that Apple could soon be dabbling in the world of Organic Light Emitting Diods for many offerings within their product range.

Arcade-inspired JOYSTICK-IT for iPad now shipping

As great a platform as iOS may be for all kinds of casual games, the touchscreen interface just doesn't give the same kind of experience that a real joystick can provide. The JOYSTICK-IT iPad Arcade Stick from ThinkGeeek that we saw at CES is now shipping.

iPad MIDI connection continues the 80s theme in Apple’s aftermarket

The folks at Create Digital Music have provided further proof that the iPad is in fact for consumers and creators with a series of new tutorial videos.

Will The Daily for iPad fly?

I downloaded Rupert Murdoch's The Daily over the weekend, it's the first daily newspaper designed for the iPad. It has plenty of bells and whistles, animated transitions, embedded videos, and plenty of content to go with it. They sure put the iPad's processing power to the test. But it didn't totally grab me. It felt a little too overdone. I appreciate their effort, the carousel of featured articles is clever but jittery, the embedded social integration is game changing when compared to present content iPad apps. But is that enough?

iPad 2 display leaked

What can we expect from iPad 2? Based on these leaked images, we have a pretty decent idea about the touchscreen display.

The Daily iPad-only newspaper by Newscorp launches next week

Traditional print newspapers all around the world are struggling to make ends meet, so what do you do? You take a look at the latest trends and you try to capitalize on them. After much hullabaloo, The Daily iPad-only newspaper from News Corporation will finally go live as of next Wednesday.

Econut biodegradable iPad case concept

From designers Cho Youg-jo & Jeoung Jun-tae comes the Econut, an iPad case made entirely of materials sourced from the Coconut tree.

Google Cloud Print enables iPhone and iPad printing thanks to HTML5

So, you're on vacation on some brilliant beach, casually sipping on an umbrella drink when you get a phone call from your desperate co-worker back home. He needs the TPS report he sent you last week and he needs it right now.

NFC to go viral with the Nexus S, iPad 2 and iPhone 5

You know how Starbucks is starting to accept mobile payments via barcode? They decided not to use NFC because of lack of adoption at this point. But that may soon be changing, because both the upcoming iPhone 5 and the iPad 2 could be rocking near field communications.

Apple’s anti-porn policies not bending over for Playboy iPad app

All those accusing Apple of selling out their no-nude standards the minute Jobs walked out the door, you can relax.

TiVo Premiere app for Apple iPad more than just a remote

Regular old television remotes might have cut the mustard when all we had to do was adjust the volume and change the channel. These days, you want your TV to do more, so you need a remote to do more. And that's where the TiVo Premiere app is supposed to come into play.

Charges laid against iPad hackers

Andrew Auernheimer and Daniel Spitler, the pair behind the theft of sensitive data belonging to more than 120,000 iPad users from AT&T's servers, have been charged for the hacking that led to their arrest last week.

Apple iOS 4.3 beta to introduce multi-finger touch on iPad

It's not quite the official release just yet, but the beta version of iOS 4.3 has been made available to developers and it's pointing toward some notable changes for iPad users. For starters, the functionality of the "side switch" has been tweaked.

Sprint to unveil CDMA iPad with WiMAX on February 7?

Yes, I am absolutely getting a little ahead of myself here and you should most certainly take my personal conjecture with a huge bucket of salt. Even so, Sprint has really put out an announcement that they'll be hosting an event on February 7, offering "yet another industry first."

CDMA version of iPad confirmed by Verizon Wireless

And the floodgates are now open. Following up on yesterday's announcement about a CDMA iPhone 4 making its way to Big Red, Verizon Wireless Chief Financial Officer Francis Shammo has now confirmed that a CDMA version of the prized Apple iPad will soon be joining the network too.

iCade for iPad is the oldschool arcade cabinet we’ve always wanted

A long time ago, in a galaxy not so far away, there was a time when kids would leave their homes if they wanted to play video games. They would gather at gaming cafes, then called "arcades," to drop coins into the large wooden boxes that housed individual games such as Ms. Pacman, Street Fighter or Frogger. Yes, we hope you remember this time, because we sure do and miss it too.

Cydle M7 MultiPad is an affordable mash-up of tablet technologies

Cydle's M7 MultiPad is a breath of fresh air into the raging waters of the now-fiery tablet market. And also an earth reference.

Joby brings bendy Gorillapod arms to the iPad

Joby has been known for its popular, and recognizable bendy tripod for your camera and mobile devices. You can morph and shape them into just about any configuration you want. At this year’s CES in Joby has added to their line up to include two new stands for the iPad, which they did not have any products for previously. Their new additions are the Ori Case for the iPad, which is a more set and mechanical looking piece, and the Yogi Case, which is their traditional go to design adapted for the iPad.

iPad 2 mock-up pops up at CES

Though pre-emptive cases for the yet-unreleased iPad 2 are nothing new, it's the machined aluminum mock-up of the second-generation iPad inside this one's sleek, black leather covers that really demands attention. Though we won't know exactly where the specs came from, it seems absurd Dexim would go through all the trouble of designing a tight-fitting sleeve for it – which, by the way, the original iPad doesn't fit into – if they weren't absolutely certain about its accuracy.

Fling sticks to iPad for analog gaming controls

The Fling is a suction cup D-pad joystick that fills the tactile void of iPad gaming controls. Made of a bendy siliconesque resin, aluminum and a couple of suction cups, the Fling still allows you to see the action on your screen while enhancing gameplay ten fold.

iPad magazine subscriptions on the decline

When the Apple iPad first arrived on the scene earlier this year, some people said that it was not in direct competition with e-readers like the Amazon Kindle. In some regards, that is true, since the iPad costs so much more and can do so much more, but it's also true that many people who choose to buy an iPad opt out of buying an e-ink based e-reader as a result.

More Apple iPad 2 design rumors rise to the surface

Rise, Lord Vader. Rise! As always, we should take these rumors with a serious grain of salt, but a whole slew of rumored features have now been leaked out on the Internet pertaining to the upcoming iPad 2 from Steve Jobs and crew at Apple.

Jimmy Lin reveals 7-inch iPad 2 “prototype”

By now, most of us may have caught a glimpse of Taiwanese pop-star Jimmy Lin holding an iPad in one hand, and what appears to be a 7-inch iPad prototype in the other. As convincing as this "prototype" appears, I have serious doubts. It's nothing more than a Chinese knock-off, the W11, who seem to refer to their product as the W11 iPad. This post translated from a blog in China on Oct. 5 talks about the product's head start in production before the "legendary 7-inch iPad 2."

Kinect-like technology for iPad to wave through CES

This past September at the IFA Berlin trade show Elliptic Labs revealed their Touchless Gesture User Interface technology. It allowed a user to make hand movements (gestures), similar to Microsoft's Kinect technology; giving the user the ability to control their device by simple hand movements. The company had been working on a prototype with a reference design tablet which has now evolved into a touchless dock prototype for the Apple iPad.

Using Popplets to spice up your iPad docs

Several times over the last few months I have been able to use the Popplets app to not only make sharp looking mind maps and org charts, but also as a great tool to add some punch to documents.

Skyfire for iPad will bring Flash video to the tablet

As much as you may like your iPad, it's still missing in a couple of departments. Maybe you want to watch some Flash video. Maybe you want to have an alternative web browser to Safari. Well, Skyfire is on its way to the iPad and it's looking to make quite the splash.

MIC Gadget 3-in-1 dongle for iPad offers USB, SD, microSD

The Apple iPad is a pretty great device, but it's anything but perfect. It's missing a few critical ports that you would like to see on a portable device like that, but the official expansion kits from Apple can be kind of expensive. Enter the 3-in-1 adapter dongle from MIC Gadget.

Wild About Books iPad app for children goes on sale tomorrow

The iPad is many things, and tomorrow it will become an interactive children's book with the addition of the Wild About Books app for iPad. The release of this app will follow with more 3D interactive interpretations of children's books like Pat the Bunny, Little Golden Books, a in the months ahead.

Yoomi Duo iPad game first to use hardware module

The first ever iPad game to be combined with real hardware is now available for purchase from Toys R' Us. The game called "Yoomi Duo" uses a round chip holder that sits atop the iPad's LCD, players use the chips and place them on the holder while guessing which image the other player would choose.

iPad 2 now rumored to come in two sizes

Rumours are heating up around the Apple's spring release of the iPad 2, including the possibility of a February launch.

Chinese iPad 2 cases reveal rumored SD card slot?

Those random Chinese accessory makers always seem to get the jump on making products for things that aren't even released yet. That appears to be the case (no pun intended) once again with the iPad 2, because here are some protective sleeves for the upcoming tablet.

Google Docs desktop version now for the iPad

If the ZAGGmate has just increased your ability to populate corporate documents and spreadsheets a little quicker, perhaps the news of a full desktop version of Google Docs to load up with the iPad will make you grin.

ZAGGmate Bluetooth keyboard for iPad reviewed

Zagg's ZAGGmate is a Bluetooth keyboard case that sells for $99 and doubles as protective shell for your Apple iPad - essentially turning your Apple tablet into a 10" touchscreen netbook. Sure, you could just go buy a MacBook Air and end up with a real computer, but for those of us intertwined in the evolution of mobile device tabletry, we couldn't have it any other way.

Foxconn adds new factories for iPad 2

Foxconn, Apple's overseas manufacturing partner, has added new production plants in Chengdu, China. The newly set up plants are expected to produce nearly 10,000 iPads every day. The boost in production capacity has been undertaken in order to meet the rise in demand of gadgets during the holiday season.

iPad-exclusive newspaper coming from News Corp

On some level, Rupert Murdoch is old school. On another level, he's a brilliant businessman and knows how to make a buck. That's why it seems that the News Corp CEO is reportedly working on an iPad-exclusive newspaper called the Daily.

iPad 2 in April 2011?

iPad 2 is rumored to be launched in the first quarter of 2011 itself. However, speculations are already running high regarding the impact iPad 2 may have on the market for iPad related products.

TJ Maxx clearing out Apple iPad for $399, any left?

I don't foresee things getting any cheaper any time soon unless some other retailer goes crazy on Black Friday. If you've been on the verge of buying an Apple iPad but can't justify the $500 starting price, TJ Maxx looks like it has the ticket for you. Ticket, referring to a lower price tag.

Tablet sales not as good as expected, both Galaxy Tab and iPad suffer

You know how Apple is so boastful that the iPad sales are off the charts? You know how Samsung is saying that the Galaxy Tab will be the hottest thing since sliced bread? Well, according to Rodman & Renshaw analyst Ashok Kumar, that might not be the case.

Cinemin Slice pico projector iPad dock

This means that you can dock your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad and it'll beam the appropriate image onto a blank surface for you. If said blank surface is about ten feet away, you get a resulting image of up to sixty inches.

iOS 4.2 developers experience Wi-Fi issues, iPad update delayed

The iOS 4.2 release we were expecting to roll out today for the iPad has hit a wall. According to developers on Apple’s own discussion boards, there has been Wi-Fi connectivity issues where a 4.2 iPad would disconnect or not connect at all to the Internet after establishing a connection. No Internet on the iPad is a bad thing.

ZAGGMate iPad case combines Bluetooth QWERTY keyboard

The Apple iPad is one of the best media consumption devices out there, allowing you to read e-books, watch videos, and play games. However, the on-screen keyboard can leave something to be desired. At the same time, the tablet device needs a little bit of protection too. The ZAGGMate iPad case does both.

The humane side of iPad

Technology and innovations are fruitful if they serve the basic purpose – of being useful to humans. It further helps the machine’s USP if the human is disabled or impaired. Something similar happened with the iPad when Owen Cain, an 8 year old suffering from debilitating motor neuron disease, was able to use it.

iPad OnOne DSLR remote Camera app does what all other remote camera software does

Having just lost (read: probably stolen) my camera at a hockey game, I'm in the market for a new shooter. It might be time for me to step up into the DSLR range and thanks to apps like the OnOne DSLR Camera Remote, I'm getting much more interested.

Next iPad to get 5MP rear camera, plus front cam for FaceTime?

The Apple iPad has clearly taken the world by storm, but it's far from finished with its world domination. A new version is already in the works and the rumors are pointing toward a dual-camera configuration, not unlike the iPhone 4.

Apple to engrave your iPad free

The whole idea of engraving your favorite Apple device has been around for a while, many people have it done to iPods they give away. Well, now you can do the same with the Apple iPad.

Etch A Sketch app gets official for the iPad

I wouldn’t compare the iPad to an Etch A Sketch, but there’s a Boogie Board that is basically an evolution of that technology. Continuing world domination of every possible use a tablet could have, the iPad now is an Etch A Sketch.

Turn your iPad into the world’s cheapest iMac (sort of)

Maybe you're on a budget and can't afford one of those shiny new MacBook Airs. That's okay. You already have an iPad and you can effectively transform it into an Apple iMac on the cheap. Well, sort of. At least it looks kind of like an iMac. Okay, no it really doesn't but we can all pretend.

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