One’s intuition would tend to suggest that a MacBook Pro would far outgun an iPad of any kind in iMovie speed tests, due to it being much more substantial of a machine for the task. AppAdvice, however, has found that both iPad models have bested the MacBook Pros in a number of benchmarks.
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David Letterman has unleashed another classic top 10 list, this time about the iPad 2! Although I honestly don’t think Letterman is as funny as he thinks he is here, I did get a couple of good chuckles, and he did make a couple of clever points. If you’re into late-night shows, continue on for the video!
We recently had the opportunity to ask Vero Pepperell, the community representative for Alfred, a few questions about the company and their plans and ideas. For those of you that don’t know, Alfred is a groundbreaking productivity app for the Mac OS X platform.
Ars Technica offers some clever (and surprisingly practical) advice on how to securely and safely transport data from place to place via Sneakernet (physical transport). The article and it’s accompanying video covers data encryption, biometrics, various forms of validation, and so forth.
Tom Dickson is at it again. Dickson, infamous for his Blend-Tec Blender advertisements in which he blends popular gadgets to show the power of the blender, has now blended an iPad 2. The video is hilarious, and mimics the style…
Among the perceived downsides to purchasing a Wifi-only iPad 2 is the inability to use GPS. Interestingly, however, it appears that users are reporting that if you tether your iPad 2 to an iPhone, then it can utilize the iPhone’s GPS, thereby gaining its “lost” feature.
Adobe has released version 2.0 of Adobe Photoshop Express. The iPhone and iPad app lets you quickly edit and share photos that are taken on your devices’ camera. Version 2.0 features a few new updates including full retina display support.
Grant Brünner from Macgasm posted a video a couple of days ago that demonstrates just how strong the magnets within the iPad 2’s smart cover are.
Lima Sky, the developers of popular iPhone game Doodle Jump, has announced iPad and Kinect versions in the wake of Doodle Jump leaping past the 10,000,000 downloads mark.
AppSumo, famous for it’s frequent bundle deals, has a new deal up which we think is a fantastic deal. It’s called the Lean Startup Bundle, and includes thousands of dollars worth of tools to help start-ups build their base, and…
We caught up with Keith Lang from Skitch and fired him off some questions about his popular screen capture and image editing software for Mac. What was your inspiration for creating Skitch. What motivated you? Like many inventions, Skitch was…
You should check out DropCopy if you own two or more Macs and you want to transfer files between them. DropCopy is a great app that lets you drop files into a black hole on your desktop to automagically start file transfers.
We all love Angry Birds, but which is the most potent? Which bird is just a pain in the neck and falters and flaps instead of exploding into sheer awesomeness? Hopefully this graphic will help.
I’ve recently discovered that Scosche has updated one of my favorite iPhone accessories: Their FlipSync keychain charge/sync cable. In order to celebrate, we’ll be giving away 5 of these in a one-day contest.
If you’ve just gotten your hands on a shiny new iPad, or are planning to get your hands on one in the near future, you may have some questions. To help, we’ve put together a guide for how to migrating your applications and settings from your current iPad over to your new device.
After years of trying to compete with the iPod with their Zune media player, Microsoft has now officially pulled the plug. According to Bloomberg, weak ongoing sales are the source for the product’s cancellation.