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Who Makes The Best eReader? Kindle Vs. iPad Vs. Nooks [INFOGRAPHIC]
by on October 11, 2011

Here’s a pretty interesting infographic from Best eBook Readers detailing the eReading capabilities of the best-selling digital eReaders available in the market today. While Kindle is one awesome e-reader to take with you on your trips, it lacks what Nook Color can do especially since hackers have founds lots of ways to get around the device’s restrictions and install all types of Android apps on it. But then again, … Read More

iPad Generates Even More Web Traffic Than iPhones With 97% Of Total Tablet Traffic Share

In a recent study by comScore (via AppleInsider), smartphones, tablets and other handheld devices are now generating over 7% of total web traffic in the United States. Totaling web traffic from all iOS devices reveals a 58.5% slice from this 7% with iPad generating the most of it. The study also claims that 97.2% of the total web traffic from all tablet users comes from the iPad which clearly shows … Read More

[Update] Facebook iPad App Download Available Today
by on October 10, 2011

Update 1: The app is now live! Click here to download it.

The moment you’ve been waiting for is almost here. The official Facebook iPad app will be available for download in the App Store today, as noted by the NYT. A Facebook software engineer describes the new Facebook for iPad experience:

Mr. Dubinsky highlighted the use of multitouch gestures within the app, a feature that is not available on … Read More

How Steve Jobs & Apple Changed The World [INFOGRAPHIC]
by on October 8, 2011

Steven Paul Jobs, 56, passed away Wednesday at his home with his family. The co-founder and, until last August, CEO of Apple Inc. was the most celebrated person in technology and business on the planet. No one will take issue with the official Apple statement that “The world is immeasurably better because of Steve.” As product after product emerged from Apple, each one breaking ground and changing our behavior, Steve … Read More

Android Honeycomb Tablet Apps Coming Soon To iPad, Thanks To Alien Dalvik

Pretty soon, you’ll be able to download, install and run Android software on your iPad. Yes, you read that correct! The developers of “Alien Dalvik“, a port of Dalvik virtual machine which is the software layer in Google’s Android operating system responsible for executing Android apps, have announced support for Apple’s iPad in Alien Dalvik version 2.0, according to SlashGear (via 9to5Mac). This will actually make the the unimaginable … Read More

Infinite Loop: Iteratively Designing the iPhone and the iPad
by on October 4, 2011

In a few short hours, Tim Cook will take the stage and finally put all (or a lot) of the iPhone 5 rumours to rest. With an initial expected launch of June, it’s definitely been a long road coming, and us Apple enthusiasts have been quite patient.

Unlike previous iPhone announcements and releases, though, the rumour mill has been quite slow. There have only been scant details of the product available, … Read More

Steve Jobs Personally Gave President Obama His iPad–and Early Too
by on October 3, 2011

In a recent interview with ABC, President Barack Obama admitted to George Stephanopoulos he now reads a lot of newspapers on the web–in other words, on his iPad. When asked if he had an iPad, President Obama revealed the following:

“I’ve got an iPad…and Steve Jobs actually gave it to me, a little bit early. Yeah, it was cool. I got it directly from him.”

Yeah, that’s right. The President got his … Read More

Saskatoon Restaurant Utilizes the iPad 2 for Descriptive Menus
by on October 2, 2011

The iPad has a multitude of uses and the latest business to take advantage is a restaurant in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The Korean restaurant, Seoul, has utilized the iPad 2 as their restaurant menu to allow for an interactive experience for their customers.

Since English isn’t their first language, the owners took to the iPad to allow for descriptive captions to go with pictures to explain various Korean dishes to … Read More

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