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Evernote Updates Penultimate for iPad, Now a Free Download
by on January 31, 2013

Evernote has announced it has updated its handwriting app Penultimate for the iPad and it is now available for free.

Penultimate is Evernote’s amazing digital handwriting app for iPad. It’s one of the best-selling applications in App Store history and today we’re excited to announce that it’s getting a big update. We kept everything that millions of users love about the app, while adding powerful new Evernote features and refreshing … Read More

App Review: Don’t Let The Pigeon Run This App [Child's Play]
by on January 29, 2013

If you have kids you’ve likely heard the name Mo Willems. He’s a best selling kids author with such gems as Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus, Knuffle Bunny, and Edwina The Dinosaur That Didn’t Know She Was Extinct.

Well I was pleasantly surprised to find out, Willems also has an iOS app – Don’t Let The Pigeon Run This App. I was a little hesitant at first to … Read More

Motel 6 for iPad Now Available for Download
by on January 17, 2013

Going on a road trip this summer? If you’re a budget traveler you might interested to know Motel 6 has launched an iPad version of their iOS app, which will allow you to locate over 1,100 locations in Canada and the U.S. The app allows you to access your reservations, check out availability of rooms and view photos of motels right from your iPad:

Search and make real-time reservations at over … Read More

Facebook Reportedly Will Unveil Messenger for iPad on Tuesday
by on January 13, 2013

Facebook has a mystery media event being held on Tuesday, January 15th. There have been rumours the announcement could related to a phone or mobile operating system launch. Now, other rumours have surfaced, courtesy of TechCrunch which claims Messenger for iPad will be coming:

Specifically I’m hearing that Messenger for iPad, replete with all the Messenger features we’ve come to love like emoticons, photosharing, read receipts, location tagging, … Read More

Thief Breaks into Microsoft Campus…Only Steals their iPads
by on January 5, 2013

According to a report by the Daily Post, a break and enter at Microsoft’s campus in Mountain View over the Christmas break resulted in nothing being stolen–except for five iPads laying around. The report noted “not Microsoft products were reported stolen.”

The Microsoft Research Silicon Valley office employs 75 researchers and was founded in 2001. Its primary goal, according to their director, Roy Levin is to “advance the state of … Read More