Everyone has run low on power for their mobile device. If you’re like me, you usually have a charging cable handy, but then you need to find a USB port, or charger to plug it into. Or you carry a Mophie-type charging device with you, but you have to keep that charged in order to tap into its reserve, and it takes up space in your backpack… UGH!
While Apple’s iPad 2, first released in 2011, may be getting long in the tooth, it is still a perfectly acceptable choice for some users. With that in mind, Walmart is offering the 16GB model of the device for $299 in-store or online. The sale is set to run for thirty days.
Good news today for Apple and other tablet makers, as tablets are expected to outsell traditional notebook PCs by a three-to-one margin by 2017, says a new report by market research firm NPD DisplaySearch.
President Obama visited Buck Lodge Middle School in Adelphi, Maryland to announce major progress on the ConnectED initiative. Before his announcement, he took some time to visit a classroom, and had some fun taking and narrating a video using a student’s iPad.
A new report from research firm Canalys says Apple once again led the PC/Tablet market in shipments in Q4 2013. Canalys’ estimates show that 84.3% of Apple’s shipments, or 26 million units, were iPads.
Apple is being accused of infringing a patent held by The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF). The lawsuit, filed in the Wisconsin Western District Court, alleges that Apple is infringing a patent that covers technology the company has used in the A7 64-bit mobile processor.
We reported back in December that Apple CEO Tim Cook would be meeting with Turkey’s President Abdullah Gül to personally discuss a possible iPad deal worth over $4 billion. That meeting was scheduled to take place this morning.
The fall 2013 debut of the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display looks to have helped Apple’s tablets achieve double-digit year-over-year gains during the holiday shopping season.
By now, most of us have seen Apple’s new “Your Verse” ad for the iPad. But does the commercial truly reflect how the iPad is used?
Apple has announced the expanded availability of its iBooks Textbooks and iTunes U Course Manager, two education-oriented products from the company. The products are entering new markets, including Asia, Latin America, and Europe.
Apple has seen its iPad Average Selling Price consistently drop over the past three years, so they are surely welcoming a report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners that shows both the iPad mini and full-size iPad Air making significant percentage gains in Apple’s iPad numbers.
The Parliament of Kenya has announced it is set to spend nearly $350,000 on the purchase of approximately 450 iPads, which will be used by representatives and staff in the East African nation’s National Assembly and Senate.
Apple is set to announce its quarterly earnings for fiscal Q1 2014 on January 27, 2014, so that means it’s the silly season for analysts to come out with their predictions about how many iPhones Apple sold last quarter.
If you live in the eastern or midwest region of the U.S., you’re probably familiar with electronics/home appliances retailer H.H. Gregg. The retailer had just announced they’ll be offering in-store pickup of Apple devices for the first time in their history.
If you’ve been wanting to try out the great stop motion animation creator app iStop Motion, then today is your day. As a part of an “App of the Day HD” promotion, the popular stop motion software from Boinx is free, today only. (January 16, 2014.)
The Los Angeles Board of Education has give the go sign for a plan to purchase, distribute, and integrate iPads into nearly 40 campuses in the school district. The deal sets aside $115 million for the distribution of 40,000 to 70,000 iPads to classrooms for use by both students and teachers as they prepare for this spring’s round of standardized testing.