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Hackers Target iPad Owners
by on April 26, 2010

Just when you thought it was safe…..Hackers are now targeting iPad users with bogus update messages that dupe them into downloading malicious code onto their Windows PCs.

The messages claim that a recent update to iTunes has been released for the iPad, according to Romanian security company BitDefender. “It is very important to keep the software on your iPad updated for best performance, newer features … Read More

Canadian Ingenuity: Hockey Puck iPad Stand

Looking to make a low-cost, Canadian-inspired iPad stand? Look no further than a hockey puck!

Canadian iPad user @canadianipad (Twitter) has created an extremely ingenious stand for their iPad. By spending $0.99 and utilizing some skill with a cutting tool, @canadianipad has designed an iPad stand made from a hockey puck!

With the hockey playoffs in full force, this stand is rather awesome (aside from the Oilers logo…personally I’m a … Read More

Steve Jobs: iPad 3G Available At Best Buy On April 30

For those looking to pick up an iPad 3G + WiFi before the late May Canadian launch, Apple CEO Steve Jobs has confirmed that the 3G capable device will be available for sale at Best Buy locations, along side Apple Stores:

Hi

Will the ipad 3G + WiFi be available to buy from Best Buy on April 30th?

Job’s reply:

Yep.

Best Buy locations in the USA include Apple’s “Store within a Store” concept where … Read More

App Review: Dock Clock
by on April 25, 2010

The iPad has been released in the US for less than a month, but we are already seeing so many uses for this awesome device. It is truely becoming a new level of mobile computing.

The hardware is incredible, but it is just a platform for what really makes this device shine: the apps. I’m always on the lookout for a simple app, that allows me to use the iPad in … Read More

iPad Camera Connection Kit Supports USB Headsets and Keyboards
by on April 24, 2010

The iPad Camera Connection Kit is an accessory many photographers and iPad users will want to buy. It will allow you to transfer photos from your digital camera/SD card straight onto your iPad. The kit is now shipping in the USA. Canadians will most likely have to wait until the iPad launch date in Canada, which is on May 29th (pre-orders on May 10th).

The iPad Camera Connection Kit … Read More

Rogers Considering Multi-device Data Plans For iPad?

Last week, Rogers indicated, or at least hinted, at having data plans ready for the iPad in late May 2010. Now, reports point to Rogers considering offers customers a single data plan that would allow them to use an iPad and another device, such as an iPhone, without the need of setting up a second data plan.

Apparently Rogers has been speaking with customers about an option that would … Read More

Apple Imposing A Lifetime Limit On iPad Purchases?
by on April 23, 2010

This is definitely one of those “what the…” stories.

So apparently if you buy more than two iPads, as right now the maximum limit per person per purchase is two, Apple puts what they call a “Lifetime Limit” on you. Yes, lifetime, as in forever and apparently this is what happened to a blogger from Protocol Snow.

He wasn’t trying to buy more than two at a time, so he was keeping … Read More

Another View of the iPad via X-Ray

We’ve seen the iPad go through different stress tests and tear downs. The FCC posted pictures before the iPad was released. Tougher tests started with the PC World stress test. Then there were the bozos smashing an iPad with a baseball bat on launch day. Other tear downs include ones by iFixit, and TechRestore’s neat tear down video. All of these tests have revealed … Read More

100 Year Old Virginia Uses iPad as First Computer
by on April 22, 2010

The Nintendo Wii generated headlines when it was launched because it was innovative and easy to use. Gaming on the Wii was so simple–anyone could use it. The iPad is the equivalent when it comes to computing. There’s no file system to deal with and no maintenance issues at all. It’s the perfect device for people who are new to technology.

It would be fitting that a 100 year old lady … Read More

New iPad Guided Tours Online: App Store and Maps

If you’re thinking about buying an iPad, watching the iPad guided tours can give you a glimpse overview of what to expect. These guided tours will also hook you in and make you lean towards getting an iPad. Apple has updated their iPad guided tours to include the App Store and Maps.

You can check them out below:

iPad App Store Guided Tour:

iPad Maps Guided Tour:

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