Archive for February, 2012
Earlier we noted about the leak of Adobe Photoshop Touch in the App Store to be released on Monday, but now it has gone live and is available for $9.99. The app requires an iPad 2 and iOS 5. Here’s the description below:
Transform images with core Adobe® Photoshop® features in an app designed for tablets.
Combine images, apply professional effects, share results with friends and family through sites … Read More
Adobe Systems Inc. is finally releasing the much awaited Photoshop Touch app for iPad 2 next week which will be available for download in the App Store for $9.99. As observed by 9to5Mac, the app was available on AU/NZ App Stores briefly but now it has been pulled till Monday. The app will support the basic Photoshop layers feature. With simple finger gestures, users will be able to combine multiple photos into layered … Read More
Folks over at MacRumors have shared the 9.7-inch display claimed to be for the iPad 3, which they somehow got their hands on last week, with iFixit.com to see if they could use their expertise to power up the panel or take an in-depth look at it. Turns out they couldn’t hook the display up to an iPad 2 due to a different kind of connector with the purported iPad 3 panel … Read More
When Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone in 2007, he famously said …
Nobody wants a stylus. So let’s not use a stylus.
But over the years, we’ve seen, especially with the iPad, there are more than a few people who want to use a stylus. Whether you’re drawing, sketching or even taking notes, using one has its advantages.
Conan O’Brien has introduced an updated version of the Team Coco app to support the iPad, which he introduced in a funny video worth watching just on its own:
The iPad & Android tablet apps let you experience CONAN on TBS in a whole new way — on two screens. Use the “Sync” feature to receive app-exclusive content and conversation in real-time while watching the show. Of course, the tablet app … Read More
OnLive Desktop for iPad was released last month as a free download in the App Store providing instant access to an iPad optimized cloud-based Windows desktop in order to complete with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint allowing Office documents to be viewed, created and edited. Today, OnLive has added Adobe Acrobat Reader support to the service by launching a paid “Desktop Plus” subscription service to provide enhanced functionality including priority access and a Flash- and … Read More
More iPad 3 rumours are here, and today an apparent leak of the iPad 3 front glass reveals nothing has really changed compared to the iPad 2. In the image below, the placement of the camera and home button are in the same place. Some further speculation posted by the Sina Weibo user notes the iPad 3 will have Siri, 1080p video, all powered by the supposed leaked ‘A5X’ dual … Read More
iOS 5.1, OS X Mountain Lion, Windows 8, Windows on ARM…what do all these things have in common? Well, from the outset, very little. Two of them are Apple creations, while the others are from Microsoft. Two of them pertain to tablets and mobile devices, while the other two are synonymous with desktop computing. All four are operating systems and all of them want your mindshare over the next several … Read More
Update 1: Microsoft gave a statement to the New York Times that this story is inaccurate:
“The Daily story is based on inaccurate rumors and speculation. We have no further comment.”
The Daily seems to have got their hands on a pre-release version of official Microsoft Office app for iPad (via 9to5Mac) which is likely to go live in the App Store in a few weeks. The source has also … Read More
With a rumoured iPad 3 event set to take place in just over two weeks, next generation rumours are coming in fast and furious. M.I.C. Gadget posts an iPad 3 rumour round up and within the article they have included photos of a purported iPad 3 shell lined up next to an existing iPad 2, plus other tidbits.
The iPad 3 shell has a larger hole for the … Read More