Apple’s always-solid deals on refurbished products have just gotten better for refurbished original iPads, with 16GB WiFi models now starting at just $299, down from their previous $349 starting price.
We’ve previously reviewed (and loved) LogMeIn Ignition for iOS. LogMeIn Ignition runs on both the iPhone and the iPad, and can be used to remotely access and control your Mac. What’s more important, though, is that it’s 50% off for a limited time, starting now!
In considering the recent lawsuits in which Apple is suing Samsung for ripping off their designs, one of the most frequent responses is that the very notion of a touchscreen smartphone or tablet is so obvious that the case can’t be pursued. Here’s why that argument fails.
Hewlett-Packard has officially been defeated as far as tablets and smartphones are concerned. In addition to spinning off their personal computer business, HP announced that they will discontinue their support of WebOS devices, specifically the TouchPad and WebOS phones.
A rather incredible report at ABC News 7 tells the story of a bridesmaid who couldn’t attend her best friend’s wedding in person. Rather than give up, however, Renee Armstrong decided to make an appearance anyway – using an iPad and FaceTime!
The “iPad Killers” are clearly struggling to compete with the iPad. Best Buy have sold a mere 25,000 units of their 270,000 inventory of HP Touchpads and the likes of Acer and Motorola are in price slash fever as they try to ship their tablets off shelves.
The Milwaukee County Zoo likely just made Steve Jobs’ Christmas card list. According to a report from Kotaku, Orangutans at the Milwaukee County Zoo enjoy using apps, playing games, and watching video on the iPad almost as much as we do!
Those of you familiar with HBO subsidiary Cinemax’s late-night programming are likely well-aware of the very adult (and perhaps pornographic) nature of that programming, yet the new free Cinemax MaxGo app was nevertheless approved over the weekend, bringing just such content to the iPhone and iPad.
After screwing his investors for billions of dollars through his infamous Ponzi scheme, Bernie Madoff is currently serving a 150-year prison sentence. But his pants aren’t – and John Vaccuro wants to use them to make your next iPad case!
Fans of Douglas Adams’ wildly popular novel “The Hitch-Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” will be excited to know that Hothead Games will soon be releasing an interactive edition of the Guide, turning your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad into an authentic replication of the actual Guide described in the books.
Apple is once more turning to their frenemy for life, Samsung, for assistance with their electronics. According to DigiTimes, Apple has suspended orders from LG for iPad 2 displays due to quality issues.
I’ve sometimes wondered whether the FedEx delivery person might be up to something – and apparently, sometimes they are! FedEx delivery driver Michael Wright allegedly stole 14 iPads by faking the delivery signatures!
Topping the list of awesome things to do with your iPad, Casey Putch has done something really amazing: Designing and building a turbine-powered Batmobile that uses an iPad to help him navigate the crime-riddled streets!
As part of a publicity stunt, Acer founder Stan Shih attempted to ignite controversy by claiming that both the iPad (and the entire tablet market) and the thin-and-light computer market are nothing more than a passing fad.
Have you ever wondered just what it is that puts the iPad so far ahead of its competition? iSupply decided to investigate and analyze 10 of the top tablets on the market to find out. The results? Apple’s control over both the hardware and software, which grant Apple remarkable “design efficiencies” that the competition simply cannot match.
While rumors have been surfacing about a possible “iPad 2 HD” or “iPad 2 Pro” with a Retina display, manufacturers of these panels tell a different story. According to DigiTimes, manufacturers are struggling with Apple’s demand, and 10.1-inch Retina displays likely won’t be arriving soon.