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iPad Split Keyboard Concept: Yay or Nay?
by on April 21, 2010

Typing on the iPad is fairly easy since the onscreen keyboard is so large. It’s possible to type with your thumbs in portrait mode like you would on your iPhone. However, attempting the same in landscape is very difficult. What if you could somehow split the iPad keyboard in half, and recreate the iPhone keyboard in landscape mode?

That’s exactly what the following concept portrays, from srobbin.com:

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Norway PM Runs Country On His iPad: Blame it on Eyjafjallajokull

With the skies over Europe frozen because of the eruptions of Eyjafjallajokull (try saying that ten times quickly), air travel has not been possible. There are people stranded at airports around the world trying to reach Europe but to no avail. One of those people includes the Norwegian Prime Minister, Jens Stoltenberg.

Jens Stoltenberg Runs Norway With His iPad

As volcanic ash blanketed Norway’s airspace, Norway’s PM jumped to action. However, there … Read More

iPad 3G Available On April 30 In USA; Camera Connection Kit Now Shipping
by on April 20, 2010

This morning Apple announced that the WiFi + 3G model of the iPad will be delivered to customers next week that preordered in the U.S. The preorder deliveries are stated to arrive on Friday, April 30th.

For those who did not pre order and are looking to get an iPad 3G in the USA (for use with Rogers or other Canadian wireless carrier), Apple Retail Stores will begin receiving and … Read More

Citrix Receiver for iPad
by on April 19, 2010

Many of my business colleagues have asked me numerous business related questions about the  iPad such as:  would the iPad be beneficial to my business, how can I sell it to senior executives, how can I get the network installation techies on board? Well finally there is an application that could make working with the iPad much more business friendly and possibly more acceptable by management.

An application called the Citrix … Read More

Next Generation iPad To Receive OLED Display?

Rumors this morning indicate that Apple has reportedly started development of the next generation iPad and aside from new features that will surely debut in the device, the next-gen iPad will feature an OLED screen.

The report comes from DigiTimes and sources within the components sector indicate that OLED display prices are expected to lower in the 2010 – 2011 time frame, which makes the technology more friendly for the … Read More

How to Use the ABC iPad App in Canada and Outside the USA

Disclaimer: For legal reasons we are stating that if you choose to use the method described below, you do so and your own risk and furthermore, you should also note that ABC states the broadcast of this US-Only TV content outside the United States of America is prohibited, due to international licensing agreements. This walk-through outlines a workaround for iPad users located outside the United States of America, and is … Read More

An iPad in The Real World: iWant or iNeed?

An iPad in The Real World: iWant or iNeed?

Is an iPad just an iWant, or can it also be an iNeed? For me, its utility as a light, portable document reader fully justifies its cost, notwithstanding its many other useful features.

I work with several organizations that hold frequent meetings. To save paper, printing and mailing costs, most of them have gone “paperless”, and now rely exclusively on emailed electronic … Read More

Turn Your iPhone into an iPad + How to Print from iPad
by on April 18, 2010

Are you devastated that the iPad launch in Canada (and the rest of the world) was delayed till the end of May? Don’t be too sad. The pre-order date on May 10th is just around the corner.

If you already have an iPhone, there’s a quick fix that can turn your iPhone into an iPad. It’s quite revolutionary if I have to say so myself. I tried the solution … Read More

Canadian Cat Goes Fishing on the iPad
by on April 17, 2010

It looks like all the rage lately is not about sharing your iPad with your close friends–but sharing it with your FURRY friends! You probably remember Chloe and Iggy testing out the iPad. Fun times. This time around, iPadinCanada.ca reader Greg sent us a video of his cat fishing on the iPad.

A cat fishing on the iPad?! That’s right. Greg unleashed the iFish Pond HD iPad app on his … Read More

iPad Innards Revealed in TechRestore Tear Down

We saw the iPad tear down by iFixit and the FCC. However, another video has emerged from TechRestore that shows a better view of just what is inside the iPad. You’ll notice that the battery dominates the inside of the iPad. This video shows the complexities of the iPad’s innards and just how well Apple crammed parts inside.

Check it out below:

[TechRestore]

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