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Yes the iPad is a great tablet but is it a great robot? The jury is out. However, if the iPad 2 could hoover your home then that would be sweet!
According to LA-Based online research firm uSamp, Android and Blackberry use on the Verizon network are about to take a massive hit due to the launch of the Verizon iPhone 4. In their study, uSamp asked 700 smartphone users on both the Verizon and AT&T networks whether they’d switch to the Verizon iPhone on February 10. The results were somewhat staggering.
If you thought that the 14th of February is a day for exchanging gifts and showing your loved one just how much you love them, then you would be WRONG! We all know that you love playing with Angry Birds more than playing with your partner. So you’ll get a kick of a Valatine’s Day special edition version of the breakout gaming app from Rovio.
According to Jeremy Horwitz, Editor-in-Chief over at iLounge, there may be some very interesting developments concerning features and attributes of the upcoming iPad 2. Those features may include a carbon fiber casing, Near-Field Communication Technology, and RFID. Horwitz’s article also mentions the possibility of a 7″ iPad being in the works.
Just when I thought all online transactions had gone the way of Nigeria, I stumbled upon NextWorth – a really interesting trade-in site that offers surprisingly great purchase values for your used gear, particularly Apple gear. I checked the site out, and found their payouts to be quite generous, and their business dealings legitimate.
Tracks lets you play your music library and browse the iTunes Music Store right from your menubar. No need to interrupt your workflow and switch to iTunes to change songs anymore. Normally priced at $7.99, Tracks is available as a free download for today only.
Contrary to other reports we’ve seen, Apple may release the upcoming 4.3 update for their iOS platform on Valentines Day, February 14th! Also notable in the report is the likely inclusion of ATT’s mobile hotspot feature within the update.
VLC, the super awesome, and open source, media player that plays every media file imaginable is celebrating its 10th year of open source.
I’m a big fan of Skype in general, but their version 5 release for Mac is just not doing it for me. If you have upgraded to version 5 but want to revert back to 2.8, then fear not. Check inside for the download link.
Here at MacTrast, we love our readers – so much so that we have a pressing urge to give things away! In that spirit, we announce our next Twitter-based giveaway. Now, it won’t be quite as dramatic as our last giveaway, but then again, they can’t all be, right? Nevertheless, we think you’ll like this.
MacStories, who reported that promo codes were not available on the app store back in December, has reported that promo codes are now available in the Mac App Store. Like iOS promo codes, 50 codes will be available per-version and…
There’s an interesting new rumor circulating suggesting that sources for MacNotes.de have shared information with them about an event that Apple has planned for next week to showcase the iPad 2. Their sources also allegedly spoke of the iPad 2′s…
If you don’t have an iPad, but still want to read The Daily, there is hope! Andy Baio has created an ambitious Tumblr feed indexing each and every issue of The Daily. Sure, it’s not quite the same reading experience…
If I had a dollar for every time an Android fan boy verbally assaulted me for using an iPhone 4, I’d never have to buy my own drinks again. However, the same sheeple who call Apple’s platform a “walled garden” and tout the open-ness of their own platform fail to realize a certain critical point: Google’s so-called openness is not quite what it seems.
The infographic in this post does not make for pretty reading for fans of the much loved iPad. The guys at SkatterTech have compared the technical aspects of the iPad, Motorola Xoom, Dell Streak, and BlackBerry Playbook and the iPad seems to lag behind its rivals