When Apple introduced the new iPad earlier this year, it didn’t just discontinue the iPad 2; it dropped its price and sent it out to do battle with cheaper, Android-powered tablets from the likes of Amazon. But that’s not the only change the Cupertino company made to the device. Although there’s no mention of it, [...] Related Stories This Futuristic Glass Could Someday Make The iPad And iPhone Glare-Free Staple iPhone App Flipboard Makes Its Way To Android iOS Hacker Pod2g Gets iOS 5.
For the past few weeks, I’ve been testing out Mophie’s new ‘Space Pack’ battery case with included storage that it showed off earlier this year at CES. While I’ve never used a case on my iPhone for longer than a few days, I do run o... Read Post
According to people familiar with the matter, Amazon has plans to release a tablet computer to compete with Apple’s iPad, reports the WSJ. The company will also release two new Kindle models, a touch-screen device and a cheaper mode... Read Post