Have you thought about jailbreaking your iPad? Other than multitasking maybe you’ve wondered if there is any benefit to it. iPad.net has posted what they consider to be the top 5 free apps for your jailbroken iPad. Here is the list of the apps along with a brief description.
Why zero? Because you get Cydia when you jailbreak your Ipad. What’s Cydia? It’s a little like the … Read More
I purchased an iPad case from Apple when I originally ordered my iPad. I have since been looking for another case that serves a couple of purposes – a case that is simple and fits in my purse, will protect the iPad, allows for viewing at multiple angles and can easily be removed from the case when I want to play my pinball games.
The ZooGue Smart iPad Case may be … Read More
Do you keep information on your iPad that you may not want thieves to steal or others to see? Have you wondered about how you can secure your iPad to lower the risk of theft or unwanted viewing? Here are some security tips that will help you minimize risk to your iPad and make it less vulnerable to attack:
Use a passcode when taking the iPad out in public. The … Read More
I’ve had so much fun over the last week with my new iPad and I’ve also spent a few dollars downloading and trying out new apps. One of the apps I’ve downloaded is Documents to Go. I have been using Documents to Go since the “Palm” days and was really happy to see that they finally came out with a version for the iPad. Documents to Go is produced by … Read More
I finally received my iPad….whoppeee! Now I’m in the process of setting it up. Rogers has conveniently posted a guide to assist iPad users with the setting up the 3G data plan.
The guide covers first-time activation, managing accounts, and offers details on data usage limits, plan cancellation and more.
Here are the highlights from Rogers on how to set up the initial 3G activation:
How to activate on the Rogers network:
Have you ever been in a hurry to charge your iPad or maybe when you first plugged your iPad into your computer it didn’t show that it was charging? The manufacturer MSI has just released a utility for its Windows based computers that will charge the iPad more efficiently.
The iPad has very special charging requirements as it prefers a 1.2A power supply rather than the 0.5., which is … Read More
Are you a sports fan who enjoys watching baseball and perhaps the World Series? New Yorkers are proud of their Yankees but now can’t bring their iPad into the Yankee stadium.
In an effort to stay consistent with policies aimed at keeping anything that will “affect the safety of Yankees Stadium occupants/property,” the powers that be are now saying that they don’t want the tablet … Read More
Wouldn’t it be neat if while using your iPad you could access all of your files on your home computer when you are sitting on the beach or in a meeting? This is now possible for the iPad using the RealVNC App.
In a typical computing environment, VNC (Virtual Network Computing) is a graphical desktop sharing system that allows a you to remotely control or access another computer. It … Read More
The Financial Times (FT) has released their iPad app and it is free until July 31st. This would be a good opportunity to try it before you buy it.
The iPad FT uses the same font as the newspaper issue of the FT . The app is a lighter version of the FT.com website and content is refreshed throughout the day. News, analysis and comments are displayed in sections that … Read More
Have any of you wondered if you would ever see an Adobe software product on the iPad? You should know that despite their rough past relations with Apple and Flash development, Adobe still has plans on going forward with developing imaging software for the iPad. Adobe has begun a new effort to bring imaging software such as Lightroom to the iPad and other tablet computers–but the leader of the work … Read More