Posted by Admin on July 1, 2011 ·
If you’d like to enjoy the outdoors today, we suggest you stop reading right now.
What follows are five iPad addictive games that maximize screen real-estate with luring graphics, break ground in the handheld gaming sector. They ultimately exemplify whyApple’stablet device is such an impressive device for gaming.
These games will capture your imagination, demand your attention, and may ultimately [...]
Posted by Admin on December 9, 2010 ·
Lets take a tour through the decades to explore how consumer technology has changed over the years.
Then: The Blicksenderfer Manufacturing Company produced the first electric typewriter in 1902. Typewriters didn’t reach mass market until much later — when IBM released the Electric Typewriter Model 01 in 1935. Generation X learned to type on a variation of this model until [...]
Posted by Admin on November 27, 2010 ·
Anyone who has been watching the growing musical scene surrounding iOS devices probably wasn’t surprised to hear thatDamon Albarn is going to release an album recorded entirely on the iPad.
Thanks to some rather spectacular apps, Apple’s mobile devices have shown an amazing potential for music creation. We’ve collected 10 top videos that show artists performing withiPhones, iPods and iPads.
Posted by Admin on November 21, 2010 ·
Apple iPad – Quite shiny, blackish, and it really does look like a digital photo frame until you turn it on. It also singlehandedly filled Apple Stores across America on Easter Saturday.
The iPad may be one of the most highly-anticipated pieces of technology released this year, but is the iPad “magical” and “revolutionary” as chief executive Steve Jobs promised? We fought through New [...]
Posted by Admin on September 25, 2010 ·
Every Company has its moments of history in the past. Just like Microsoft, Amazon, Google etc; Apple has a history of memorable moments. We have collected some of those below; starting from number 10;
#10 iWant the iPad
When Apple unveiled the iPad; people went so crazy that you’d think they had invented fire. Or that the giant monolith from the beginning of 2001: A Space Odyssey had finally [...]
Posted by Admin on June 6, 2010 ·
We have already seen iPad installed in the cars, and how airlines are thinking about adopting it as an inflight entertainment system for its passengers in the skies. And now a restaurant owner in Australia has found another use of iPad – to replace printed menus in restaurants with iPad-based interactive menu cards !
Yes you read that right! If you happen to visit ‘Global Mundo Tapas’ in the [...]
Posted by Admin on May 25, 2010 ·
Nokia 8800 Arte with pink diamonds: $134,000
Some features of this cell mobile phone is 3.15 MP camera with autofocus and video, music player, Bluetooth and voice memo.
Sony Ericsson Black Diamond: $300,000
The entire face give 4 megapixel phone with the screen display limits. A Mirror gives the phone a sleek, futuristic look.
Vertu Signature Cobra: $310,000
Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme: $3.2 [...]
Posted by Admin on May 4, 2010 ·
The iPad 3G’s first weekend at market was a successful one, though not quite as successful as that of its Wi-Fi-only predecessor.
Apple sold about 300,000 iPad 3Gs between Friday afternoon and Sunday afternoon, including 52 days of preorders. That’s approximately what the original iPad sold during its first day of availability, including 22 days of preorders. So while the 3G isn’t [...]
Posted by Admin on May 4, 2010 ·
Apple sold its 1 millionth iPad with the introduction of the iPad 3G model.
The company didn’t say how many iPads of each model were sold, but we do know that on April 8 during the iPhone OS 4 event, Apple CEO Steve Jobs said the company had sold 450,000 iPads, so sales have remained brisk. The first model of the iPad, known as the Wi-Fi-only model for its most notable difference from the [...]
Posted by Admin on April 30, 2010 ·
Having a few apps is better than nothing on the Zune HD. Here is a quick look at the three new apps, which has been released today by Microsoft on the Zune Marketplace.
It does what the name suggests, with a few simple functions like split laps and countdown, and a UI inspired by Windows Phone 7.
The all time classic-style game finally arrives on the Zune. With over 112 levels, [...]