Following reports back in September that Comcast was working on a live TV streaming service, the company has now begun rolling out its AnyPlay live TV streaming service for the iPad.
More than 1 in 10 business professionals who own an iPad say that Apple’s touchscreen tablet has become their portable device of choice, completely replacing their laptop.
iOS hacker pod2G updated his blog this morning with a new video demonstrating an untethered jailbreak on an iPhone 4S running iOS 5.0.1., suggesting that work is nearly completed on the jailbreak, and that it should see a public release soon.
Ion Audio, well known for such creations as the iCade, showcased their new Guitar Apprentice CES 2012 in Las Vegas this week – a cool accessory that uses your iPad to help you learn to play the guitar!
For a long time, I’ve been looking for a good way to protect my iPad from rain, scratches and children. I think I’ve finally found what I’m looking for – the SailorBags Sailcloth iPad Sleeve. Let’s go sailing.
The 2012 Consumer Electronics Show may have played host to an early iPad 3 sighting. iLounge editor Jeremy Horwitz claims he may have had a hands-on experience with Apple’s next-gen device, and is all-too-willing to spill the details.
Apple has just begun production of the highly anticipated next-gen iPad, reports Bloomberg. The report claims that production started this month, and also claims to provide some details on the device.
Well-known iOS hacker pod2g reveals that an exploit has been found for the A5 chip found in Apple’s iPhone 4S and iPad 2, and that a jailbreak could be released in a matter of days.
iOS 5.1 beta 3, released just a few days ago, contains some pretty major and exciting hints that Apple may be working to bring Siri dictation to the iPad.
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.