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Canadian iBookstore Now LIVE with Paid Books?
by on June 7, 2010

Update 1, 11:33 PST, June 7/10: Looks like AgentSix reports of a glitch in switching between US and Canadian iTunes accounts. This could make this story a dud. Updates coming…

The iPad launched in Canada on May 28th along with other countries around the world. People have been able to download the iBooks app in Canada (which will soon support notes and PDF viewing), however the iBookstore has lacked … Read More

Apple To Update iBooks With Notes & PDF Support

This morning at Apple’s annual WWDC event, CEO Steve Jobs indicated that the iPad, and specifically the iBooks app, would be receiving a minor update by the end of June 2010.

The minor June update will deliver iBook enhancements that allow users to post Notes in their books and also allow the syncing of PDF documents. At this time, the only way to mark anything in the iBooks app is by … Read More

Documents to Go

I’ve had so much fun over the last week with my new iPad and I’ve also spent a few dollars downloading and trying out new apps. One of the apps I’ve downloaded is Documents to Go. I have been using Documents to Go since the “Palm” days and was really happy to see that they finally came out with a version for the iPad. Documents to Go is produced by … Read More

iPad 3G Network Speed Test: Rogers vs Bell vs Telus

The iPad’s launch in Canada has been quite successful so far according to your latest opinions on the device. I already told you my review of the iPad but what I haven’t touched on is which network is best for iPad 3G users? We have covered the iPad 3G plans from Rogers, Telus and Bell. As for which carrier to go with, that comes down to … Read More

Really Cheap iPad Stand
by on June 6, 2010

Now that you’ve had you’re iPad for a while now, I’m sure you must of put it down once or twice. Have you noticed the iPad is kind of awkward, when trying to find a place to put it down? The iPhone and iPod Touch easily slips into your pocket, or fits on pretty much any flat surface, but it’s not that easy with the iPad.

There is an awesome dock … Read More

iPad One Week Later: How Do You Like Your iPad?
by on June 5, 2010

The iPad launched in Canada (along with other countries around the world) last week on May 28th. People who pre-ordered had their deliveries delayed by FedEx and people waited in line from coast to coast. We also digested iPad 3G data plans from Rogers, Bell, and Telus (last to debut their plans) as well. With your iPad just over a week old, what’s your take … Read More

Apple Launches HTML5 Advocacy Page
by on June 4, 2010

Earlier on the evening of June 3, Apple launched a new web page dedicated to HTML5 and open web standards. With the recent drama and advertising campaign coming from Adobe, which is pushing Flash, this new HTML5 web page is essentially Apple’s response.

The new HTML5 web page is a showcase for what developers can do with HTML5 and open web standards. In other words, showcasing what … Read More

iFunia Video Converter For iPad + Giveaway!
by on June 3, 2010

iFunia is an online brand that creates many audio and video conversion programs for both Windows and Mac environments. With the launch of the iPad, they updated their Video Converter Pro app to include support for the latest Apple device.

The iFunia Video Converter Pro is a Mac application that is used to, as the name implies, convert video in either SD or HD. The app supports many of the most … Read More

Latest iPad Real Life Feel Good Videos

The Canadian iPad launch has been quite a success, as many people have purchased their iPads. If you missed out on the launch, you can check out some pictures here, read about where to buy an iPad, read our iPad review, and our summary of iPad 3G data plans from Rogers, Bell, and Telus.

People who have finally nabbed an iPad to use have realized that … Read More

Review: Reeder for iPad (Pre-Release)
by on June 2, 2010

If you’re an RSS junkie, like I am, it’s important to always have your RSS feeds in sync. There is nothing more annoying that having to sift through posts that you’ve already read, especially when you’re following 20 or so different websites.

Over the past 3 years I’ve been using Google Reader as my primary RSS reader. The interface is simple, like all things Google, and it … Read More

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