While businesses are still figuring out how to utilize the iPad in their day-to-day activities, the world’s most popular tablet is being used what Apple intended it for: Surfing the internet and consuming entertainment.
If you think the New iPad is a game changer right now, just wait until its mini-me is released.
The most magical place on earth could soon be filled with iPads.
A rumor is swirling that Disney could soon be using iPads for a new employee-wide project called “FastPass Park System.” It’s just another way for Disney to enhance its already impeccable customer service.
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.
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.
Windows 8 on a tablet? Not coming until at least mid-2012. Whether or not that’s too late is an open question. However, there’s no question that Redmond still dominates enterprise productivity and bringing their industry standard app suite to the dominant tablet can only help that cause.
How do you turn eyeballs into sales? Some of America’s top brick n’ mortar and online retailers have a new secret weapon, a magical and revolutionary device that almost compels shoppers to turn their desires into fully realized deliverables. More shopping, more buying — that’s the power of the Apple iPad.
Motor heads aside, who would buy a car because it comes with a really great manual? Thereupon, the most compelling reason to buy a luxury automobile from this maker of economy (cheap?) vehicles will be impounded upon the arrival of the 2012 model year.
With co-defedant Daniel Spitler having already copped a plea that could see him serve 18 months behind bars, hacking bad boy Andrew Auernheimer has now been charged in the same case. However, his public statements — “I hack, I ruin, I make piles of money. I make people afraid for their lives.” — and actions make it perhaps inevitable that Auernheimer will be getting a heavier sentence.
One down and one to go. Last year, two hackers broke into AT&T’s 3G iPad authentication system and then very, very publicly published the information. Although they did succeed in outing Ma Bell’s sadly inadequate security, they also grandstanded and even toyed with the notion profiting from their illegal acts.