I blame the guy that released that iMac prototype that was described as “beautiful” and “innovative” by multiple Apple blogs. It might also be that company that released a pretty hip looking iPad case that makes it look like you’re typing on a MacBook.
Archive for April, 2012
I have fond memories of waking up in the wee hours of the morning and sneaking downstairs to get my Super Mario Bros. on. In fact, I still joke that one of my proudest accomplishments is beating the NES version of the popular game as a 5-year-old. Ah… those were the days.
Quarterback Peyton Manning isn’t the only advantage the Denver Broncos have going into the new NFL season.
There has been a lot of talk around the rumor of Apple releasing a smaller version of its iPad, but does it really make sense?
Each year, thousands of children are diagnosed with autism and about 30 percent of those children can’t use speech to communicate their thoughts and feelings. Thankfully in the past year, more and more schools are finding that the iPad can be a key to unlocking a child’s inability to speak.
No one should even come close to beating out Apple’s iPad in the next four years according to new projections from the Gartner Research.
I remember when my sisters and I bought my mom a tablet computer for Christmas last year. One of the first things she did on it was log on to her Facebook and update to her friends that “the kids got me an iPad for Christmas.” She was excited because she could stay in touch with me and all of my sisters, who are now scattered throughout the country.
Less than a week after Consumer Report praised the new iPad as being the best tablet on the market and charging more demand than its previous two generations, an internal AppleCare document has surfaced reflecting wi-fi issues, including connection drops, inability to join local networks, and slow upload and download speeds.
Only a few days after Apple settled a bevy of lawsuits for iPhone 4 users experiencing reception issues for “holding their phone the wrong way,” it seems they might be offering third-generation iPad refunds to customers down under and across Europe. This time, it wasn’t so much a hardware faux pas, rather, some messy advertising.