When I first got my iPad, my first thought was getting some sort of stand that would let me charge it on my bedside table, but also owning an iPhone, I had a difficult time finding an affordable solution that would charge both at once. Then I found the InCharge Duo. Read on for my thoughts.
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Apple’s contract manufacturer, Foxconn, has reopened its iPad production facility following an explosion there last month that killed three people and injured several others.
For further proof that Americans are getting screwed by lack of competition in the mobile devices market, look no further than British carrier Orange Mobile. The wireless phone provider is now offering both an iPhone 4 and an iPad 2 for £99.
Reports are coming in from across the US that many Apple Stores are low on stock or completely out of AirPort wireless devices, suggesting that a refresh of the popular wireless routers might be on its way soon.
If you enjoy internet radio, and are looking for an easy, distraction free way to bring your favorite radio programs, CatPig Studios may have your idea answer with Radium for Mac – a simple program that sits in your menu bar and plays your favorite radio, while you simple forget its even there.
Pixelmator 2.0, to be released later in the summer, will feature improved drawing tools, content-aware technology-based fills, a healing tool, new retouching tools, a smudge tool, and more.
Microsoft seem to be in a state of flux at the moment when it comes to their image. If they want Windows 8 to be a bit more successful than, say, the Zune, they might want to brush up on their video promotions.
It should come as no surprise since Apple pre-announced their cloud storage offering earlier this week, but the company is now officially in control of iCloud.com.
Enter the next installment of Modern Combat. You should have no problem picking up Modern Combat: Domination if you’ve played the previous games. Modern Combat: Domination is strictly a multiplayer game, unlike the previous Modern Combat games, there isn’t a campaign mode, which isn’t a bad thing to say the least. Check out our review of Gameloft’s new FPS.
Spending a lot of time on the computer, whether for your day job, chatting with friends, or even playing games can be tiring on the wrists, and with the minimal range of motion that most mice and keyboards provide, you could be doing long-term damage. Ergomotion has a solution that might help.
Today, Apple has updated both GarageBand and iMovie for the iPad, bringing AirPlay, Bluetooth, and HDMI support to GarageBand, and audio over HDMI, full screen video out, and performance and reliability enhancements to iMovie.
Twitter has just made searching from their web app more feature-rich by showing relevant photos and videos and will eventually offer integrated photo sharing through their partner, Photobucket.
MacDefender is getting to be more and more of a pain in Apple’s (and consumers’) side. Despite Apple’s recent security update for OS X, a variant of the malware was able to bypass Apple’s new security measure in just a few hours.
Cody Willard, a MarketWatch blogger, says that after reading a lot of analyst notes, he’s convinced that as Apple continues to innovate and expand, they’ll reach the point of having one billion iPads in circulation.
UBS analyst Maynard Um increased his 12-month price target for AAPL shares to $510, up from $495, based mainly on the potential of Apple as yet unreleased iCloud service. Um believes that the services will include easy and “seamless” music streaming.
Patently Apple reports that Apple has applied for the iCloud trademark in Europe. While this should come as a shock to no-one, it’s good news that Apple’s swiftly getting all their ducks in a row.