Beethoven's 9th Symphony (free plus in-app purchases) is an epic iPad app that lets you explore one of the greatest symphonies ever written in a unique, compelling way. Classical music lovers will definitely want to check it out. Beethoven's 9th Symphony uses every trick in the multimedia tool box. Show More Summary
New technologies often go through a honeymoon phase where educators hold them up as the futuristic savior of learning. Today teachers can't get enough of those Kindles, iPads and MOOCs which promise to radically change education for generations to come. But this line of thinking has a long history. Read more...
Mark Crump at GigaOm has an interesting piece on how the iPad is becoming an important tool for music bands. Crump is an amateur musician whose band is rehearsing for a gig. What's interesting is Crump's realization that the iPad is almost all his band needs at rehearsal. Crump explains how his iPad fits into band rehearses. Show More Summary
iBooks is not only a fantastic e-reading app on your iPhone or iPad, but it’s also a fantastic study tool. If you need to read books for class or your own learning objectives, you can use iBooks to highlight words or passages, search the text for specific words or phrases, and make notes that appear [...]Show More Summary
I just got back from a week-long vacation. We were staying in Tel Aviv, Israel, which meant lots of walking and cycling (I took my Brompton), plus day trips. Which in turn meant traveling light. The iPad is perfect traveling companion, and the iPad mini is even better. But if you want to take lots [...]Show More Summary
just updated its app for iPhone and iPad after adding push notifications and much more just last week. Today’s update, version 2.4.2, brings the ability to view more information on pins including pricing, availability, ingredients, movie ratings and more. Pinterest just recently outlined the new feature on its blog. Pinterest will also be making a […]
Bikini season is creeping up on us, and if you're feeling the last-minute pressure to get in shape before you hit the beach, we've found an unexpected place that you can turn: your iPad.
Apple is going to integrate IAC's video site Vimeo and Yahoo's photo sharing site Flickr into the next version of iOS, the software that runs iPhones and iPads, Mark Gurman of 9 to 5 Mac reports. Gurman says iOS users will be able to upload video straight to Vimeo from their iPhones and iPads, just like they can currently upload straight to YouTube. Show More Summary
In the upcoming overhaul of its iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch operating system, iOS 7, Apple plans to include an increased presence of third-party social networks, including Flickr and Vimeo, according to a person familiar with the software. Since the new software is yet to be even officially announced, there is a very real possibility […]
A huge spike in broadband use for mobile devices -- when they're still in your house. Apple accounts for nearly half of that.
iTunes U lets you subscribe to courses quickly and easily but there may come times when you don't necessarily want to subscribe to an entire course. You're also given the option to download individual classes within those sections if you choose too. Show More Summary
A new update is available for Appy Geek – tech news, which adds fully optimized viewing for the iPad along with an enhanced design. Users can now customize the app, selecting topics of interest and adding them to their home page. There’s also the ability to set custom alerts on selected topics, keeping users up [...]
The Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai is often referred to as "the world's only 7-Star hotel." And now you can see why. The hotel has announced that it will be giving 24-carat gold-plated iPads to guests at check-in. The iPad will act as a...Show More Summary
Award-winning novelist Andrew Klavan wants to turn your iPad into a house of horrors. Klavan, whose novel True Crime was brought to the big screen by Clint Eastwood, has penned a new horror story delivered as an app. The Haunting Melissa...Show More Summary
Your cat gets to do whatever it wants everywhere else in the house, so why not give it control of the iPad, too?
The last we heard of notorious troll and hacker Andrew "Weev" Aurenheimer, he was partying in New Jersey before being sentenced to three and a half years for his role in hacking AT&T. But being locked in federal prison has not completely silenced him. Read more...
Put down your Kindle and stow your iPad, because Qantas wants you to actually turn the pages of a real book on your next flight. The Aussie airline's newest in-flight entertainment option will allow you to curl up at your seat with a series of published novels. Show More Summary
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Are you interested in purchasing an Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPad? No matter if you are doing so for the first time or are looking to upgrade from the version you currently have, there are going to be some questions that need answered. Above all else, you have to consider the fact that Apple does have [...]
Football fans rejoice (that's soccer for you in America)! Sky Sports has released an update to its popular iPad app that offers a new feature called Sky Sports 360. It lets you switch between over 20 camera angles during a replay. The app also allows you to choose to view the replays at normal speed or in slow motion. Show More Summary