Announced earlier this week at CES, OnLive has released their new Desktop for iPad app, bringing cloud-based Windows 7 access to the iPad, as well as full-featured versions of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Ion Audio was a big hit at CES 2012 with a number of fantastic products, including updates to the iCade. Ion has released three great new versions of the iCade to their lineup which promise to be a lot of fun.
The Air Force Special Operations Command has revised its plans to exclusively use Apple iPads in order to equip its flight crews with electronic flight bags that hold digital maps and technical manuals.
Even as Apple is absent from the Consumer Electronics Show, the iPad still casts it’s long shadow over the show. Hardware makers have announced a handful of new tablets, all running Google’s Android, in all shapes and sizes.
There are tons of accessories being shown on the show floor at CES 2012. Many of these are designed specifically for iOS devices.
In a report from Korea’s Electronic Times Internet News, it’s been confirmed that Samsung Electronics and LG Display will supply LCD panels for Apple’s iPad 3. Sharp was originally known to be developing display panels, but reportedly failed in initial supply.
Penultimate, the handwriting and sketching app we reviewed just last week has been updated today. The update (version 3.3) includes integration with popular services Dropbox and Evernote, as well as new features to help you move your data around your iPad more easily.
Japanese blog Macotakara posts a rumor that two of Apple’s contract manufacturers Foxconn Electronics and Pegatron Technology have issued orders to begin assembly of next-generation iPads for an early-March launch. Macotakara has been accurate in the past when reporting rumors.
OnLive, best known for their cloud-based gaming service, has announced something new and exciting – a free cloud-based Windows 7 client for the iPad, allowing you to run Windows 7 and use full versions of Microsoft Office apps under iOS.
Earlier this week we told you about an app called CloudOn – a free iPad app bringing cloud-based access to Microsoft Office. The app was pulled a day later due to overwhelming demand, but now CloudOn is back and open to new users.
Handwritten notes and drawings are a time proven method of recording ideas and plans, but can an app on your iPad really take the place of those easily misplaced pads and pens?
G-Form, makers of shock-absorbing cases for the iPad and other electronics, decided to drop an iPad from 100,000 feet. And thanks to their protective case, it survived unscathed! Video inside.
While it’s common and even expected for Apple to boost the speed and internal specs with iOS device upgrades, the latest iOS 5.1 beta reveals that Apple is working on ultra-powerful quad-core processors for future iOS devices.
DigiTimes has once again entered the iPad rumor fray, reviving rumors that Apple may release two iPads this year – an iPad 3 with a Retina display in March, followed by a much improved iPad 4 in October.
Despite his enthusiasm earlier this week, iOS hacker and jailbreak developer pod2g has provided an update on his blog suggesting that an untethered iPhone 4S and iPad 2 jailbreak might not arrive as soon as he’d hoped.
iLounge editor-in-chief Jeremy Horwitz revealed new details from several sources about the iPad 3 today, suggesting that the next-gen iPad will feature a FaceTime HD camera on the front and an iPhone 4S-like camera on the back.