Digitimes reports that sources at component makers are saying that the iPhone 4 and iPad 2 may be facing a critical shortage of materials and labor at Foxconn for the second quarter of this year.
Twitter has now announced the launch of a new web app version of their homepage. It is now accessible at Twitter.com from your Android or iOS device, although you may not see it immediately, as they’re rolling it out rather slowly.
Seems Lady Gaga is not slowing down in her mission to dominate everything we see, read and hear everywhere we go. The artist has teamed up with Zynga to create GagaVille, a digital farm in her usual sense of style…
Last week Mr. Hefner got on his Twitter account to inform of Playboys arrival on the iPad to which we are still waiting for a response from Mr. Jobs. Will Steve make any comment because after all he did ban porn from the App Store. Perhaps this is because this isn’t an App Store app, but a workaround they have done by creating a web app.
According to TouchArcade, console and PC game Duke Nukem Forever might soon becoming to iOS devices The title is particularly interesting in that it was never released, and has become a synonym with the concept of vaporware online.
Cult of Mac ran an article this weekend on whether every child in the US should have an iPad. This seems to have provoked quite a reaction on both sides of the fence. However the prevailing argument by comments on the article resulted in the iPad being much better for your children than TV
Adobe recently announced it’s first three Photoshop Touch apps. They were supposed to launch last week, but after some delay, they are available this morning. The three apps use the iPad to enhance your Photoshop experience. Read on for descriptions and links.
The iPad has received criticism and head-turns for requiring a computer running iTunes in order to set up and use it, making it less viable as a replacement for a personal computer. 9to5Mac reports that this may change with iOS 5.
It seems like publishers of all types are literally flocking to the iPad – last weak it was Hearst, and today, Condé Naste, publisher of the New Yorker (among other magazines) has announced an iPad subscription deal with Apple.
Apparently, the Queen of England has ordered her staff to purchase her an iPad, after being impressed by her grandsons’ gadgets. Princes Will and Harry reportedly gave her a crash course on how to use it when they took theirs to Buckingham Palace.
This is a truly amazing concept. The iSense is a cover that when placed on an iPad screen transforms text and apps into braille – allowing the blind to use an iPad. The iSense is made out of light responsive material that contains molecules which transform into braille when exposed to the light from the screen.
You know that leaking backlight issue on iPad 2? It looks like LG Electronics is to blame. As a result, Apple has switched to Samsung for its supply of touchscreen panels.
I wrote about Maglus, the magnetic stylus for iPad a few weeks ago, and since then I have had a chance to chat with the creators in person and test an early prototype.
Spider Jack is a new puzzle game from developer Chillingo that just hit the App Store, and CultofMac is betting it’ll be the next iPhone game crazy. It bears some resemblance to Cut the Rope, but features some different gameplay elements as well.
According to a patent filing discovered by AppleInsider, Apple has plans for thinner Thunderbolt and USB connections, likely for use on ever-slimming hardware such as the MacBook Air, iPhone and iPad.