One of the biggest problems with virtual keyboards on a touchscreen display such as the iPad’s is that it offers no feedback, which makes them harder to type on than a conventional keyboard.
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Cult of Mac gives a quick peek at an app that looks to be the answer to my prayers. “Launch Center” allows the user to set up a a single tap to accomplish tasks that normally would take multiple taps and gestures on your iPhone.
The North American sales team for Level 3 Communications have all been given iPads loaded with software. That’s a total of 1,300 iPads which are all set to improve the way the salesmen do their jobs.
Earlier this week, the New York Times published a report with details about the harsh conditions of working in the factories of an Apple parts supplier or Apple product manufacturer.
Apple’s ‘Matching Gift’ program, in which the company matches employees’ charitable donations, has now been expanded to include part time employees as well.
In this Mac tip we take a look at how to watch Star Wars: A New Hope at work without getting caught!
Winter X starts tonight on ESPN, which means it’s officially the most wonderful time of the winter season. If you are a dedicated Winter X fan, pick up the Winter X app for your iPhone or iPad and stay connected!
A new report released by enterprise mobile service vendor Good Technology reveals that the iPhone and iPad are making a serious dent in the corporate world, making up 96% of tablets and 53% of smartphones for business use.
Following Tuesday’s firmware upgrade bringing Lion Internet Recovery to 2010 13-inch MacBook Pro models, Apple has now released two more updates to bring the feature mid-2010 MacBooks and Mac Minis.
The prospect of future Apple products always tends to produce a frenzy of questionable rumors. The latest Apple television rumor from Techno Buffalo is no exception. According to their report, Apple may release a Siri-powered HDTV with a 42-inch OLED screen sometime in April or May.
Young adults hold a remarkable amount of revere for late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, ranking Jobs as one of the greatest innovators of all time, second only to Thomas Edison.
Apple revealed some pretty impressive financial results earlier this week, noting that 37 million iPhones were sold over the holiday quarter. And according to CIRP, 89 percent of those were the iPhone 4S.
Valve, the company behind the popular PC and Mac game downloading platform, has officially launched Steam Mobile, a companion app for iOS that allows you to chat with Steam friends, check out screenshots, and more.
A report from Strategy Analytics this week stated that overall tablet shipments more than doubled over the holiday quarter, and that the iPad lost share to Android, but Strategy Analytics’ numbers aren’t quite what they seem…
According to Adam Lashinsky’s new book “Inside Apple”, the first day as an Apple employee is a first day like no other. This certainly seems like a pretty interesting experience, and it’s definitely a clever plan on Apple’s part.
Gaming giant Nintendo reported their first major drop in quarterly profit this morning, mainly due to Nintendo’s increasing struggle to remain relevant as mobile devices like the iPhone continue to take gaming by storm.