There’s an interesting new rumor circulating suggesting that sources for MacNotes.de have shared information with them about an event that Apple has planned for next week to showcase the iPad 2. Their sources also allegedly spoke of the iPad 2’s…
If you don’t have an iPad, but still want to read The Daily, there is hope! Andy Baio has created an ambitious Tumblr feed indexing each and every issue of The Daily. Sure, it’s not quite the same reading experience…
The infographic in this post does not make for pretty reading for fans of the much loved iPad. The guys at SkatterTech have compared the technical aspects of the iPad, Motorola Xoom, Dell Streak, and BlackBerry Playbook and the iPad seems to lag behind its rivals
While the built in iBooks app on the iPad is superb for reading, it doesn’t do much for children for obvious reasons. Oceanhouse Media has approached kids books the right way, which is by using a phenomenal interactive format. They have been amassing quite the catalog since last year and now have 47 titles for use on the iPad, with almost every title being geared towards children.
Guess some people just don’t know how to be discreet! In a room full to the brim of Apple enthusiasts and journalists, a member of the media seemed to forget about all the rumors surrounding the much anticipated iPad 2 and brought a working prototype to the launch of The Daily.
9to5mac has, what it believes, to be photos of the soon to be released iPad 2 screen. It’s not possible to tell from the photos whether or not the screens are retina ready but the photos certainly are shiny!
Tablet computing is not a new idea, it not only was thought of before the iPad but a couple of companies took a trial run at it as well. But Apple did something that everyone else lost sight of, they wanted it to be user friendly and just work.
The economy, the recent troubles in Egypt, and the war in Afghanistan, are all taking a back seat in the British Parliament. A more pressing issue is at hand… iPads!
iPad’s finally washed up on Indian shores. It may be the massive time difference between New Delhi, and California that can account for this really late ‘official’ entry into the Indian tablet market or just the plain, simple fact that Apple doesn’t really care for its Indian market; to begin with.
You may not have known this, but Steve Jobs pitched the iPad on the UK series of Dragons’ Den. Jobs was seeking an investment from some of the UK’s most powerful entrepreneurs in order to get the iPad into production. How did the investment entrepreneurs react? Check out the video.
Who would win an epic street battle against two of the most popular handheld devices of our times? Wonder no more and check out the documentary inside. (please note that any similarities to Beat It from Michael Jackson are purely a coincidence and no copyright infringement is intended).