The iPad (/ˈaɪpæd/ EYE-pad) is a line of tablet computers designed and marketed by Apple Inc., which runs Apple's iOS. The first iPad was released on April 3, 2010; the most recent iPad models, the fourth-generation iPad and iPad Mini, were released on November 2, 2012. The user interface is built around the device's multi-touch screen, including a virtual keyboard. The iPad has built-in Wi-Fi and, on some models, cellular connectivity.
Apple has launched its own gaming website, featuring new upcoming mac released game titles, along with trailers, news and so on. What’s surprising is that Apple has made no announcement for this site, not even a non-official one. But this is normal from them, as Apple is known to do this (it has left out [...]
For the seventh year in a row, Apple has topped it’s competitors in the PC industry at the University of Michigan’s “American Satisfaction index” (ACSI) achieving an overwhelming score of 86 out of 100. This oficially is Apples highest rating since the survery first sprung life, in 1995. But the real story is how much [...]
What exactly does the post mean? Well it’s simple….the Ipad can create moving animations, letters and objects in mid air, just like we fancied catching the age of holograms, similar to Star Wars. But….there’s catch, altough the Ipad can do that, it’s not in real time. The technique was developed by a group of british [...]
Let’s face it, the Ipad is tapping into the netbook puddle, meaning that it also attracts people with an eye for small devices. That being said, the following question will be raised: Who will put a stop to the Ipad’s growth? First, let’s state up front that Netbooks are here to stay. A tidy 70 [...]
Reuters came up with some interesting news today, announcing that ”Nokia has hired Stephen Elop, a Canadian Microsoft executive with Silicon Valley credentials, to replace its embattled chief executive and renew its drive to compete with Apple.” First non-Finn chief is seen as a ‘change agent.’ Nokia chairman Jorma Ollila felt confident about the hiring: [...]
If you’re curious how to read PDFs on your iPhone/iPad or iPod with the iBook application here’s a little quick guide on how to accomplish just this, all with the help of a nifty little service called Dropbox. In short, Dropbox is a fantastic service that allows you to store files (2GB for free, or [...]