Archive for January, 2012
Video sharing site Vimeo has unveiled its new mobile apps for Android and Windows Phone 7 devices at the CES Las Vegas 2012 with upload functionality and ‘watch later’ queue management. But more importantly, Engadget has learned from their sources that an iPad version is in the works too.It appear that upcoming Vimeo for iPad will feature full HD streaming with access to the Vimeo Music Store and browse-while-watching capabilities.
Citing from … Read More
Digitimes previously reported on Apple releasing two iPad models, and now according to information from Taiwanese component makers, we now hear about a Spring and Fall launch for two different iPads. The next generation iPad 3 will come with its high resolution display, as predicted:
The iPad 3 will come with a QXGA (1,536×2,048 pixels) display and longer battery life although its other hardware … Read More
Some more iPad 3 rumours, this time once again from iLounge editor Jeremy Horwitz, tweeting from his twitter account just prior to the start of CES. Here’s what his source tells him:
1) A few next-gen iPad notes, ahead of the show. Both cameras are getting upgrades. Front goes HD, rear becomes iPhone 4/4S-like (bigger).
2) Body of the next iPad is, as we previously reported, getting just a little thicker … Read More
According to a new report by Digitimes Research, a substantial price drop is expected for current iPad 2 models which could completely “change the tablet game”. It is expected that Apple will keep its traditional pricing formula intact for the next-gen iPad with base model starting from US$499 as a result of which iPad 2′s price will drop to US$399. However, if Apple releases two versions of the new iPad as claimed by … Read More
Update 2: @safesolvent refers to this Wired story that gives the most accurate account of his iPad ‘passport’ experience. He also had his non-enhanced driver’s license with him.
Update 1: We spoke with Martin (@safesolvent) on twitter and he noted he used Dropbox to store his scanned copy of his passport. He has unofficially won the prize of iPad User of the Week. Congrats
Gaining entry into the … Read More
The RIM PlayBook holiday prices have continued throughout the New Year. Prices have been reduced to get rid of remaining stock, part of RIM’s almost $500 million dollar write off on the tablet, seen as a major disappointment by investors and critics.
Prices across Canadian retailers such as Future Shop and on RIM’s website still show the following prices:
16GB PlayBook: $199
32GB PlayBook: $249
64GB PlayBook: $399
The Real PlayBook Firesale … Read More
News has emerged over the iOS 5.0.1 untethered jailbreak for the iPad 2. iOS hacker @pod2g previously released the untethered jailbreak for the iPad and other A4 devices, and now he tweets the iPad 2 jailbreak is expected to be released in a week:
I made a step today for the A5. With some luck we could expect a release in a week.
Yes, upgrade your 4S and … Read More
2012 is upon us, and you know what that means? More New Years Resolutions that will flounder for a few weeks and abruptly disappear come spring. While many of our resolutions will never see fruition, I hope your most important ones won’t, and maybe the iPad can come to the rescue. Here are a few ways that your iPad can help.
Health and Fitness
Let’s be honest. The iPad isn’t exactly the … Read More
Happy New Year everyone! To start off 2012, Apple has offered up the 2011 iPad App of the Year, Snapseed as a free download. Regularly priced at $4.99, Snapseed is a powerful photo editor that works on your iPad along with the rest of your iOS devices.
The app is free as part of the iTunes 12 Days of Christmas event in the UK, but it’s free worldwide.