Archive for December, 2012
Videotron has released their illico.tv iPad app to allow customers to watch live TV channels from their iPad, on-demand TV shows, earlier seasons of TV series, plus other free content. The app also includes access to the Program Guide and Remote Recorder, which means you can resume watching shows you’ve paused on your TV on channel 900, via the illico.tv website or illico Mobile.
If you’re a Videotron customer, let us … Read More
If you’re an avid user of Tumblr you’re probably already aware of the iPhone app. Well today’s update brings support for the iPad and also brings support for Markdown.
What’s New in Version 3.2.3- Now optimized for iPad!- Markdown support!- Beautiful new Explore tab.
Click here to download Tumblr–it’s free.
If you’re looking for a cheap iPad, then check out the refurbished iPad 2 from Apple.ca. Currently white and black models in 16GB capacities are in stock for $319. Refurbished iPads come with a new exterior shell, battery and a 1 year warranty.
At $319, this is $10 cheaper than a brand new iPad mini, and ships for free in 1-3 business days.
Let us know if you’re going to buy … Read More
For those looking for sales on iPad accessories, ZAGG is holding a 50% off sale across the board on all of its invisibleSHIELDs. Film protection for all of your electronics can be purchased for 50% off with the promo code: 50day
The University of Regina is set to debut its ‘iPad orchestra’ today, in a free concert at the Shubox Theatre on campus. Rebecca Caines, assistant professor in Creative Technologies at the University of Regina says her class of 12 students will be debuting their efforts today:
“Every iPad has the potential to be a piano, a violin, an experimental electronic device, a synthesizer – all of these different instruments and apps at … Read More
The successful launch of the iPad mini has forced IDC to review its earlier tablet forecast for both 2012 and 2013 and publish an updated version. The strong tablet market has pushed the IDC tablet forecast for 2012 up to 122.3 million, while for next year the market research company estimates the figure will be 172.4 million, up from 165.9 million units.