The myCharge is a very impressive and powerful charging device for a wide variety of devices. From Android tablets to and iPhone, myCharge does it all.
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It can be hard to find a good wallpaper, however, especially for Apple’s new Retina-equipped iPad. Fortunately, 2048pixels has just released an impressive collection of Retina-ready wallpapers just for you!
iOS hacker and jailbreak expert pod2g just announced through Twitter that he has successfully performed an untethered iOS 5.1 jailbreak on the new 3rd-gen iPad.
In what appears to be a continuing effort to insure that the prophecy of the Planet of the Apes movies comes true, another zoo is supplying iPads to their orangutans in an effort to communicate with them.
Google are working on a clone of Apple’s incredibly popular Game Center feature on iOS, which allows you to go up against your friends in most games available on the iPhone, if an inside source is to be believed.
It’s been known for a while that Apple is testing a smaller 7-inch version of the iPad. According to a new report, however, Apple is indeed planning an “iPad mini”, which is expected to launch in October for between $200 and $250.
Apple has been reported to be in serious negotiations with Proview for the Chinese trademark rights to the iPad name. Now, comes a report that Apple has offered $16 million for the name, but Proview is holding out for $400 million.
Not only is Apple big in China, it’s also very big in Japan if the latest figures from Japanese company MM Research are to be believed. Translated by Macotakara, they reveal that 7.25 million iPhones were sold in Japan alone in 2011.
Foxconn Technology Group will be improving labor conditions at the Chinese factories that assemble iPhones and iPads, Foxconn’s top executive said on Thursday. Apple will be sharing the costs of the improvements.
We know Siri loves many things, but what about scientific experiments? She does apparently, as a team of researchers from British Telecom, BioTeam and Accelyrs have hooked her up to some scientific data analysis software with some impressive results.
One thing in particular has contributed immensely to Apple’s success since the turn of the 21st century: the Apple Store. Check out this video with Steve Jobs introducing the very first Apple Store in 2001!
Following Adobe’s public release of Photoshop Lightroom 4, the company has now launched the popular software on the Mac App Store.
In this Mac tip I take a look at how to have the buttons and calculations spoken to you within the Calculator included with Mac OS X. This is very handy for anyone with visible difficulties.
Does your business need to give your iPad carrying employees access to your network, files, and applications? Don’t want to set up VPN hardware? iSimplyConnect could be the solution for you.
Google has updated their Google+ app for iOS with a completely revamped design, similar to the recent design changes at the Google+ website. Some of the changes include new fonts, larger profile pictures, and full-screen display mode for photos.
Apple has released Safari 5.1.7. One of the more notable aspects of the update is that it automatically disables older versions of Adobe Flash, and directs users to download the latest version from Adobe’s website.