ipad News

Review: NoteLedge – Take Notes and Preserve Memories

Posted on 04/05/2012 by Chris Hauk

Since the iPad was first released, app developers have scrambled to create apps that let the user take notes and create drawings just like they’ve done for years with a notepad and pen. Freehand note entry is a popular use for the iPad, and now another app enters the crowded market.


First Time Apple Owners Make Up 1 in 4 iPad Purchases

Posted on 26/04/2012 by Chris Hauk

The iPad has played a large part in bringing new customers into the Apple fold, a new study reports, as it shows that about 25 percent of buyers in the U.S. say the iPad is their first-ever Apple product.


iOSLiveTV: Free Premium TV for Your iOS Device

Posted on 26/04/2012 by Chris Hauk

To be filed under the headings of “Too Good to Last”, and “Get it While You Can”, iOSLive brings free premium and broadcast television channels to your iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV.


iPads, Apes, and the Future of Communication

Posted on 25/04/2012 by Chris Hauk

The Bonobo Hope Great Ape Trust Sanctuary in Des Moines, Iowa is home to seven Bonobos with a large vocabulary. They’re communicating via lexigrams on touch-screen displays. Now they want to give them iPad-like devices to enable portable communication for the apes.


Proview/Apple iPad Settlement ‘Likely’

Posted on 24/04/2012 by Chris Hauk

Comments from a Proview Technology lawyer shows that the company thinks it’s “likely” to make an out of court settlement with Apple over the iPad trademark dispute currently before the Guangdong High Court in southern China. A Proview attorney told the Associated Press that the company always expected to settle with Apple.


Bajarin: The Fallacies of Competing With the iPad

Posted on 20/04/2012 by Chris Hauk

We’ve all seen articles claiming the iPad will drop below 50% market share as early as next year. But Ben Bajarin, writing for Tech.pinions, examines a few flaws he says he sees in how Apple’s competitors think when they’re trying to compete with the iPad.