One of the most compelling features of the iPad is the form factor. It is the right size and shape for doing productivity on the road freeing me from carrying my Macbook pro around. I can do most things I would do on the road that I need including the eReader, Mail, Browsing and writing. [...]
This week, along with all the other tech giants, Steve Ballmer spoke at the D8 conference in New York. Predictably he was asked on his thoughts on the iPad. “The real question is, what’s a PC? Nothing that people do on a PC today is going to get less relevant tomorrow. There are usage cases. [...]
One of the conundrums of the iPad is that the carriers are asking for another dataplan for the privilege of using your iPad wirelessly. Of course this is exactly what they want you to do. However if you are like me and carry three different GSM SIM cards for three different countries, then it can [...]
I finally got my hands on my own IPad and the very first impression is that this “tool was made for reading”. I ordered the 3G model which still has a 3 week wait on it here in North Texas. However I was given the opportunity (by Microsoft no less, another story) to get the [...]
American Association of Neurological Surgeons 2010 Annual meeting is going paperless. All of the content delivered will be accessible by the iPod touch™. As part of the entrance fee, an IPod Touch will be provided as part of your swag.
TVNewsCheck is reporting that FOX WFXXL Station in Albany Ga is replacing their paper based scripts with Ipads for the news presenters. Each day they print out the script and notes for the presenters. They have replaced these paper scripts with IPad PDF based applications saving thousands in printing and paper costs. “By using the [...]
It has happened faster than I though it would…….two stories of IPad’s being used for commercial applications. Firstly a story about Ipads being used in a hospital, the upshot being long battery life and the $499 price. And the second is an Ipad being used as a Cash Register. How long before we have hundreds [...]
The new IPhone 4.0 released from captivity by a luck less (maybe jobless) Apple Engineer confirms that the next version of the IPhone will have a front facing camera. Once AT&T get their act together, IChat will be come an extremely important part of the next step in the vision for ubiquitous video conferencing. Once [...]
If there is one thing you need to take away from this weekend’s IPad frenzy, it is that (1) we have just seen an inflection point in computing and the act of computing and (2) the future of mobile is cloud computing (yep that was two). This current inflection point is made up of three [...]
April 3rd 2010 enters the books as another religious holiday for Apple Fans with the introduction of the Apple Ipad, a device that looks at first glance like large Ipod Touch, but in reality is the next step in the communications revolution that Apple started with the Iphone in 2007.
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