Rather than cashing in on your out of date PS3 and Xbox games, you can now ship your old iPhone at your nearest GameStop. The video game retailer is now in the market for buying old versions of iPhones, iPods, and iPads. iDevice owners that have left over gadgets will receive cash and/or credit in return for pawning their unused or out of date gear.
Following last week’s news that NBC’s iPad app had been updated to offer full-episode streaming, TNT and TBS have now extended the same offering through their own respective iPad apps.
According to DigiTimes, LG have returned to normality with respect to iPad 2 Display panel shipments. It was reported that “light leak” issues with the iPad 2s display had caused shipments to reduce by approximately 1.5 million units per month.
NBC has recently released an update to its iPad app enabling users to watch a select number of full television episodes. Prior versions of the app were limited to short clips and information such as show information.
A leaked screenshot from within Radio Shack’s internal systems reveals that the electronics retailer is about to begin selling the CDMA version of both the iPhone 4 and iPad 2 beginning on September 15th.
Although the iCade began its life as an April Fool’s joke, it’s certainly no joke now. The iCade takes its place as the king of iPad accessories by turning your iPad into an honest-to-goodness nostalgia inducing old-fashioned style arcade cabinet, complete with bright red joystick!
Do you live near a Micro Center store and want to save some money on an iPad 2? If so, you’re in luck – DealNews reports that Micro Center is offering $50 off retail on all iPad 2 models for the next 4 days (through September 11).
The folks at Readdle released the latest version of PDF Expert 3 for iPad yesterday, bringing a number of new features, a revamped user interface, improved PDF annotation, and a new PDF engine that can handle much larger documents.
As a celebration for Fashion’s Night Out, Saks and Stylelist.com have teamed together to create a huge interactive storefront at Saks’ 5th Avenue retail store.
Right in line with back-to-school season, Pad&Quill has released a new line of iPad 2 cases targeted at students. The new cases take on the appearance of an old-fashioned cloth-bound book, and are available for just $50.
In a rather unusual move, Verizon has produced an iPad 2 ad of their very own which plugs the 3G capabilities of the iPad 2 models currently available through Verizon’s mobile network.
Apple has just acquired suppliers for the upcoming iPad 3′s battery backs, reports the Taiwan Economic Times. The battery units will be both thinner and lighter than those in the iPad 2, and could cost Apple 20-30% more per unit.
Musician and entrepreneur Jean Michel Jarre has just introduced the AeroDream One dock for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. What’s most notable about this dock, however, is its size – it’s 11 feet tall!
After Atari recently updated their Atari’s Greatest Hits iOS app, MacRumors found a new and intriguing tidbit of information – the updated app now includes support for a new “Atari Arcade — Duo Powered” joystick.
Apple released a new iPad advert called Learn that focuses on the educational benefits of using an iPad to effortlessly learn a new language, broaden your scientific understandings, or simply master something new.
Banking on the fact that consumers are using their mobile devices for just about everything these days, Siemens has just announced new HomeConnect appliances that allow you to monitor and control all of your appliances using your iPad.