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iPad Magazine PROJECT to launch tomorrow

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on November 29th, 2010

Richard Branson will be releasing his iPad magazine by the name of “Project” tomorrow or the next day, with a cover featuring Jeff Bridges and a cover story on TRON: Legacy. According to a source from 9 to 5 Mac, it will be available in the iTunes store and active tomorrow in the morning.

Will it be a good magazine? Who knows. It seems to have a wide range of content and is certainly getting a lot of hype. We will find out very soon.

Richard Branson launching Project Magazine for iPad

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on November 25th, 2010

Richard Branson is our favorite rich guy. He wants to put people in space. Enough said. Richard Branson is also funding an iPad-specific magazine, called Project. And what better way than on the iPad?

The magazine will cover content related to entertainment, travel, business, design and international culture. This, along with other recent news makes us wonder if Apple might be implementing subscription billing into the App Store. Seems like it might be coming soon.

ZAGG sportLEATHER Back Covers for iPhone and iPad

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on November 23rd, 2010

It’s a constant battle to keep our gadgets shiny and new looking and protect them from scratches. So we use protective covers that hopefully look good. If you like baseball or football and want to protect your iPhone or iPad from scratches, Zagg has some cool covers that fit the bill.

The Zagg sportLEATHER collection are sized for the iPhone 3G/3GS, the iPhone 4, and the iPad. They come in a design that looks like a white leather baseball with the grain and the red stitching. The other design has the look of a football with white laces.

Will Apple release the iPad 2 next April?

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on November 22nd, 2010

That’s the word on the street. That Apple will be launching an iPad 2 next April. Of course we all knew that Apple wasn’t going to stop with just one iPad. Analyst Brian Marshall of Gleacher thinks that the iPad 2 will be coming out once the CDMA version of the iPhone hits the market.

The rumor can be traced to Digitimes, who says that Apple has commissioned several companies to roll out high density interconnect boards for the device. We know it’s coming and right now April seems like a good bet.

Delta Air using iPad to make ordering food easier at JFK and LGA

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on November 19th, 2010

Delta Air is ready to embrace the iPad in a big way. OTG is the company that’s responsible for the overpriced menu selections at JFK International Airport and will soon debut at LGA as well. As of today they’re going to be using at least 200 iPads designed to be used for their customers, to check in, read articles, play games and even order food that will be served to you in your seat.

JFK Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 will be undergoing a makeover and OTG says that Gates 21 and 22 at Terminal 2 will be home to Chef Andrew Carmellini’s, of Locanda Verde fame, new Croque Madame mini-restaurant. Gate 15 in Terminal 3 will be home to Chef Jason Denton’s, of ‘Inoteca, Osteria Romana, and Bar Milano fame, new Bar Brace restaurant. New seating arrangements will include having an iPad at your table so you can order up.

BlackBerry PlayBook gets compared to iPad in video

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2010

This video might just be a little biased since it was produced by Research In Motion (RIM), but at least it lets you see what the BlackBerry PlayBook is capable of when it squares off against the iPad. The video shows how the web browsing experience is, with comparison tests being run on a PlayBook and iPad.

It demonstrates three factors: the speed of the PlayBook Browser, its ability to handle Adobe Flash content, and the performance of open web standards like HTML 5. We’ll let you decide who the winner is.

iPads showing up at Sam’s Club starting at $488

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2010

Looks like you have another place to buy the iPad now as some tipsters are claiming that Sam’s Clubs are getting their iPads in and selling them at minor discounts. The 16GB Wifi starts at $488. It looks like Apple is discounting Wifis by $12 and 3Gs by $20.

So get yourself an iPad while you buy yourself some groceries in bulk. The iPad is officially everywhere now. Does this make you want to rush out to your nearest Sam’s Club and buy Apple products?

OpeniBoot lets you run Android on your iPad

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on November 14th, 2010

This is similar to the Android on an iPhone hack that allowed the first-generation iPhone and iPhone 3G to get Android 2.2 Froyo loaded. Developers are now working together to get Android on the iPad tablet, allowing the device to dual-boot into either the normal iOS environment or to the Android OS.

This is great news for those iPad owners who love to use Android. You could run Flash content while in Android mode. It’s called the OpeniBoot project and developers are targeting the iBoot bootloader on iOS devices, so potentially other operating systems can also get dual-boot privileges, like Linux.

Elgato EyeTV Netstream streams satellite TV to your iPad

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on November 14th, 2010

Those of you in the UK will soon be able to get your hands on Elgato’s new EyeTV Netstream Sat box. It will allow you to stream Freesat satellite TV to any computer on your home network and straight to your iPad as well via Elgato’s EyeTV app. Apparently not the iPhone or iPod touch though.

The device will start shipping on November 22nd for £189.95 (about $300). The EyeTV app itself will cost you just £2.99. Those of us in the US are envious.

iPad is No. 3 holiday wish, after world peace and happiness

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on November 10th, 2010

Dear santa, please bring me world peace and happiness. If you can’t do that, I’ll take an iPad. The Consumer Electronics Association just put out their top ten wish list, and world peace and happiness are the most popular wishes for the holidays. But failing that, we still want our toys.

The iPad is the third most wished for item, behind peace and happiness and a laptop. The iPad and the laptop even beat out other important things, like having the family together, good health, and money. Even though you need money to get an iPad.

Zaggmate iPad keyboard case

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on November 9th, 2010

Here’s yet another iPad case with an accompanying keyboard, from Zagg. The Zaggmate has two models available: one with a keyboard and one without. It’s a clip-on stand that can elevate your iPad horizontally or vertically for easier viewing.

The keyboard model offers a full QWERTY keyboard. It’s currently listed as ‘Coming Soon,’ with the standard model costing $69.99 and the keyboard model costing $30 more. Do you like this one better than other models or are you happy with your iPad the way it is?

Crux 360 case turns your iPad into a Netbook

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on November 6th, 2010

The Crux 360 case will turn your Apple iPad into a netbook. This is great for iPad owners who want to do some serious typing or send emails, or blog. Just slip the iPad directly into the case, and connect the Bluetooth keyboard with it.

You can easily disable the keyboard and use the iPad in the normal way, but with a kickstand. The Crux 360 Case for iPad retails for $149.99.

Apple offering free iPad engraving

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on October 26th, 2010

If you have been thinking about getting an iPad and wanted a two-line message on the back of it, then we have some good news. Apple is now finally offering free engraving for both the 3G and WiFi models like it does with iPods.

It’s no coincidence that this comes ahead of the holidays. The shipping time is one to three business days. Just make sure you think out the message, you or the recipient will be stuck with it forever. Or at least until you upgrade.

Griffin mount puts your ipad under a cabinet

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on October 21st, 2010

If you want to mount your iPad under a cabinet, Griffin has unveiled a new iPad cabinet mount that will help you. It will mount under, beside or on any cabinet anywhere as long as that cabinet is 14-inches deep or more. It also works hanging under a kitchen cabinet if you have the room.

This mount makes it easy to get the most out of your iPad. It has an articulating arm that moves 90-degrees forward and backward allowing it to fold flat under the cabinet when you are finished with your video, recipes or whatever. The arm also rotates in a compete circle so you can view it from any angle.

iHome iA100 iPad Stereo Speaker System

Posted in iHome by Conner Flynn on October 20th, 2010

There are many docks, but not too many iPad-friendly home stereo systems, so iHome has introduced its iA100 Bluetooth Stereo System, which is available for $199.

This docking station/stereo system offers Bongiovi Acoustics’ DPS technology, a built-in alarm clock, Bluetooth, and is compatible with the iPad, iPhone, and iPod via a 30-pin Dock Connector. It will basically turn your iPad into a fancy desktop alarm clock, which is no doubt exactly why you bought it.