If you need to justify your purchase of an iPad, look no further than Charles Arthur’s detailed review of the Motorola Xoom.
After being delayed by the massive earthquake and resulting tsunami, Apple is ready to launch the iPad 2 in Japan, along with 13 other countries Thursday, April 28.
I love my iPad 2. I also love books. Furthermore, Moleskine journals make me feel all fuzzy inside. What do you get when you put the three together? Amazingly enough, you get the Pad&Quill Octavo for iPad. Read on for a closer look.
Not to be outdone by kindergarten students in Maine, Charleston County School District in South Carolina has approved the purchase of iPad 2s for each student in Drayton Hall Elementary as well as another unnamed school in the district.
Apple certainly is heading to the court rooms a lot these days. On April 22, Vikram Ajjampur, an iPhone user in Florida, and William Devito, a New York iPad customer, filed for a judge’s order to bar the collection of user location data on Apple’s iOS devices. They are also seeking to represent a class action lawsuit which could include up to 30 million iOS users in America.
US President Barack Obama, known for his use of a Blackberry, recently admitted that he had an iPad. Until a recent photo from the White House Flickr account, however, nobody knew which one. As it turns out, it’s an iPad 2 3G!
Good Technology has released their latest report on mobile devices, indicating that iPads, iPhones, and Android handsets in the workplace have increased tremendously from December 2010 to March 2011.
A company called G-Form, traditionally a maker of protective wear, is now transitioning to the iPad. In the below video, they show an iPad in their Extreme Sleeve being dropped from 500 feet. The amazing part is that the iPad survives!
What started as an April Fools joke by ThinkGeek is now a reality – and sold out. ION Audio has partnered with ThinkGeek to make the iCade, an old-school video arcade cabinet iPad controller, a reality.
Do you have $10 and an Exacto knife? Do you want a book safe for your iPad? Well, say no more, because what we have here are bona-fide instructions on how to make your own book safe for the iPad.
Earlier this week I wrote that Adobe was subsidizing the May issue of WIRED for the iPad in a move that might spell trouble for digital magazine offerings. It looks like that may be the case. Condé Nast employees have confirmed that the publisher is slowing down and taking a more conservative approach to releasing their publications to the iPad.
very interesting report I came across this morning presented some intriguing data. As it turns out, the iPad is being utilized more than Linux, according to some StarCounter rating.
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It’s Earth Day today which is a good time to reflect on how Apple fares on environmental impact.
MacRumors today reports the good news that the iPad 2, which initially had a US lead time of 4-5 weeks, has finally improved to a 1-2 week ship time. Now that supply issues are clearing, iPads are getting easier and easier to get online.
Since its release on March 11, the iPad 2 is still scarce, and many people that want one still haven’t gotten one. D. L. Horton has stepped forward to help, releasing his FindOne iOS app that scans inventories at Target and Wal-Mart stores.