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Sportsnet Ontario Has Arrived to the Rogers Live TV iPad App
by on May 16, 2012

Rogers has announced today the inclusion of Sportsnet Ontario to their Rogers Live TV iPad app, to enable customers to stream the same broadcast from your television to their iPad over WiFi, as announced on the Redboard:

With Sportsnet Ontario on Rogers Live TV, you get the same broadcast feed on your TV and on your tablet.

As a refresher, here are the details:

Rogers Digital TV and Hi-Speed Internet customers in … Read More

Best Buy & Future Shop Offering $100 Gift Card When You Buy & Activate An iPad On Rogers
by on May 15, 2012

According to a tweet this morning by @RogersBuzz, Future Shop and Best Buy are offering a free $100 gift card to customers that purchase a new iPad and activate it on Rogers.

Both the iPad 2 and third-generation iPad are eligible for the offer, however you will need the iPad 2 WiFi+3G or the new iPad WiFi+Cellular to use the device with Rogers service.

#Exclusive $100 #giftcard offer from @BestBuy & … Read More

Wolfram Mathematica For iPad Coming Soon To App Store

Developed by Wolfram, the same company that powers Wolfram Alpha search engine used in Siri, Wolfram Mathematica is a world renowned application for complex computations and is also the only development platform which fully integrates computations into complete workflows. Currently available for desktop computers only, it looks like an iPad version of Mathematica is going to hit the App Store pretty soon. As noted by 9to5Mac (via Reddit), when asked … Read More

DigiTimes: 7.85″ iPad Mini To Use Thin-film Touch Technology

According to a new report from everyone’s favorite rumor site, DigiTimes, the rumored 7.85-inch iPad, or “iPad Mini”, will feature “G/F2″ thin-film touch technology. This technology reportedly enables the iPad to be slightly thinner.

As indicated by DigiTimes, this “G/F2″ tech will also reduce production costs and create an iPad that is thinner than the iPad 2 or third-generation iPad.

The G/F2 structure places the electrode on the top and bottome … Read More

Bombardier Flight Deck iPad App to Create Paperless Cockpits for Pilots
by on May 14, 2012

Montreal-based aerospace company Bombardier has announced its plans to release their Flight Deck iPad app, to allow paperless cockpits for pilots of its business jets.

The app will provide pilots with a digital version of flight manuals and automatically receive updates from Bombardier, via secure advanced encryption technology to meet the standards of FAA, EASA and Transport Canada audit trail for paperless operations. Flight departments can also manually manage and … Read More

Nunavut Government Holds Inuktitut Birthday Contest, Winners Get An iPad!

If you live in Nunavut, or happen to know someone that lives there, creating an original birthday song in the Inuit language wins you an iPad!

In an attempt to encourage people to create a birthday song in the Intuit language, the Department of Culture, Language, Elders and Youth are hosting a contest. The grand prize is $3,500 and an iPad!

However even second and third place win $2,500 and $1,500 … Read More

Adobe ‘Collage’ & ‘Proto’ Apps For iPad Now Available For Download
by on May 13, 2012

Popular ‘Collage‘ app from Adobe, that allows users to import content from several Adobe applications including PDFs and PSDs as well as allow access to content stored in Adobe Creative Cloud account, has just landed on the iPad (via 9to5Mac). Previously available on Android platform, the app provides a canvas, multiple pen types, text tools, various fonts, and other tools for incorporating images, video, text, and drawings into a collage-style piece … Read More

Apple Renames the iPad WiFi+LTE to ‘iPad Cellular’
by on May 12, 2012

Apple has renamed the WiFi+4G/LTE version of the new iPad to just ‘iPad Cellular’, a change noted to appease ongoing worldwide criticism where the newest device was being advertised as 4G where non-compatible networks existed. Australia and the UK were extremely vocal in opposition to Apple’s marketing strategy.

In Canada, our ‘Big 3′ carriers were exclusively part of the initial LTE iPad launch, alongside AT&T and Verizon in the USA. … Read More

iPad Accessory Giveaway: ZAGGmate Case For The iPad 1

I’m going through a box of accessories I have here and noticed that I have a ZAGGmate for the Original iPad. So if you have an Original iPad, then you’re in luck because this amazing case could be yours.

The Giveaway!

I have one ZAGGmate to giveaway to iPadinCanada.ca readers!

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Etcher: It’s Etch A Sketch For Your iPad!
by on May 11, 2012

A recent Kickstarter project called “Etcher” has a group of inventors looking to bring the classic Etch A Sketch to the iPad! While there are a handful of apps that are similar to Etch A Sketch, this project is far more tangible and includes a real-life Etch A Sketch casing.

As seen in the video below, Etcher brings actual knobs to the iPad to enable an almost identical Etch … Read More

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