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iPad stand made from 13 chopsticks

02/07/2011, iPad stands are pretty useful devices if you’re planning on watching movies on your iPad. Of course, the downside is that the stands are rarely cheap and if you’re on a shoestring budget, chances are that you aren’t going to buy one. The solution...

iPads in every room at the Plaza Hotel

02/06/2011, If staying at the Plaza Hotel in New York isn’t a treat enough for you, you’ll be happy to hear that the hotel has added iPads in all guest rooms. While the iPad is a great entertainment device, it serves a dual purpose here as it’s bundled with a...

Read The Daily for free

02/03/2011, Apple and News Corp’s iPad-exclusive paper, The Daily just launched yesterday has an interesting feature that you probably don’t know about – subscribers and non-subscribers can view the web-based version of all its articles for free. The...

Spark Tablet Case keeps your iPad safe and juiced up

02/03/2011, There have been a plethora of tablet cases available for the iPad but what caught our attention about the Spark Tablet Case is that it is lined with solar panels. The Spark Tablet Case by Voltaic, has enough solar panels to generate 8 watts of power to...

Over 2% of world’s Web traffic hails from Apple iOS devices

02/01/2011, Just how far reaching are the tentacles of iOS-powered devices when it comes to browsing the Internet? You might be surprised to hear that over 2% of the world’s Web traffic as the answer, boasting a share of more than 5% in both the U.K. and...

ZooGue Case Genius V2

02/01/2011, ZooGue has launched what they call “the most functional case in the world” for the iPad. Called the Case Genius V2, this iPad case can be easily adjusted to any angle a user wishes – whether for using the iPad on the table, or on a lap, the...

3rd iOS SDK 4.3 beta to be seeded today?

02/01/2011, According to some reports online, iOS developers will be receiving the third beta version of iOS 4.3 by today. It hasn’t been officially announced what will be in this beta, but as with each iOS 4.3 beta release, expect to discover more hints about...

Analyst says iPad 2 comes with 1.2GHz dual-core chip

01/30/2011, The iPad 2 is certainly the subject of much speculation, and this time around analyst Ming-Chi Kuo at Concord Securities seems to have a whole lot more details, claiming that the upcoming tablet will feature a dual-core, ARM Cortex-A9 processor that runs...

Pegatron to make 10M initial iPhone 5 units

01/24/2011, Word is going around that Apple is confident enough of Pegatron to allow it to manufacture the iPhone 5. The company is set to churn out at least 10 million to 12 million CDMA iPhone 4 units and has apparently been chosen to come up with at least 10...

The i-Con bed is one large iPad dock

01/24/2011, While people are busy trying to escape technology while they’re asleep, the folks over at Hollandia have been doing the opposite. Hollandia is a company that specializes in the manufacturing of beds and have just released a new bed called the i-Con....

iPad 2 to feature a 1-megapixel rear-facing camera

01/21/2011, Apple’s SDK has been giving plenty of information regarding the upcoming iPad 2 and now folks have discovered some bittersweet news. Turns out that the iPad 2 will indeed feature a rear-facing camera, which is great, though the bad news is that it will...

Kork – the natural iPad case

01/21/2011, Are you all about using recycled products and saving the environment? If you are, and you own an iPad, you should be pleased to know that A Produkt has come up with a new iPad case that is suited to your needs. Completely made from recycled and recyclable...

iDOS returns to the App Store

01/20/2011, For those of you who missed out on purchasing iDOS when it was released on the iTunes App Store last October, and then quickly taken down, guess what? You’ve been given a second chance to download it. For some strange reason, Apple has allowed the...