Bonnier shows off the future of Newspaper on Apple’s iPad

iPad Newspaper News Plus

Ever since the iPad was announced, the tech industry has been waiting for the news companies to jump onboard, with sales of magazines and newspapers dwindling. The question we’ve all been asking is what can a digital newspaper offer that the current dead-tree variety can’t? The guys over at Bonnier think they have the answer. Having worked on the Popular … Read More

Oprah Declares the iPad her most “Favourite Thing Evah!”

Well the final judgement is in. The iPad is the best thing ever, it’s official. Oprah said! America’s top rated daily talk show host has announced on her show in timely fashion for Christmas her feelings on the iPad, whilst at the same time (unsurprisingly) lavishing one on each of her feverishly excitable audience. Oprah’s gushing over the iPad is embarrassing … Read More

Apple to Announce iPad Magazine & Newspaper Subscription Model at December Event?

Following rumors earlier this week that Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) are to unveil the world’s first iPad-only newspaper subscription, comes a new report from Daring Fireball’s John Gruber that suggests Apple are to hold a media event on December 9th, where News Corp’s Rupert Murdoch will announce the plan for a new billing option for periodicals on the iPad. Gruber wrote today, “My … Read More

What We Can Expect from the 2nd Gen iPad Update?

iPad 2 Update

As we get closer to the first anniversary of the iPad’s release, it’s inevitable that rumors surrounding the second-generation device will begin to surface, with many guessing how the iPad 2 update will look, what it will be made from, and what it will do. Here’s Touch Reviews roundup of some of the rumors so far, and what we can … Read More

BlackBerry shows off PlayBook Outmuscles Apple iPad [Comparison Video]

BlackBerry PlayBook iPad Comparison

When BlackBerry announced its business class tablet called the PlayBook, one of the stand-out points was the shear power the little 7″ device was supposed to be packing. I say supposed, as nobody had actually seen one up close and personal. Until now. Over on BlackBerry’s YouTube channel, there’s an interesting video comparing the PlayBook’s webpage rendering speed and accuracy … Read More

Ping Now Available for iPad. Wait for iOS 4.2 Continues

One crumb of comfort for iPad owners still (im)patiently waiting for iOS 4.2 – you can now access Ping from right on the device. Apple’s social media slant on its iTunes store has been available on all other iOS devices since the service’s launch back in September, but the iPad has curiously been without all things Ping-y. The expectation was that … Read More

Run Android on your Apple (AAPL) iPad [OpeniBoot]

Like the idea of Android on a tablet device but not sure the Galaxy Tab’s 7″ is enough for your? Fear not, for soon you might just be able to get Android running on your Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPad. You read that right folks. The guys over at Computerworld are reporting that a new hack called OpeniBoot will allow the booting … Read More

Apple Releases Second GM Build of iOS 4.2 for iPad [Update]

iOS 4.2 GM Seed

Yesterday’s rumors that Apple is delaying the public release of iOS 4.2 seem to have been confirmed today, as a second gold master build of the firmware has been released for the iPad. The second build should fix some Wi-Fi issues that were discovered in the first GM beta, and no other issues with the release have been reported. It’s … Read More

modulR iPad Starter Kit Review

modulR iPad Starter Kit Review

modulR iPad Starter Kit Just like my iPhone I like my iPad to not only look good but to also be protected. I currently have the Otterbox Impact for my iPhone 4 which offers me a combination of protection while not making it as bulky as the Otterbox Defender case. However for my iPad I’m still using the Apple case … Read More

Commercial for iPad 2 Shot by David Sims in New York?

According to a source for 9to5 Mac, British photographer David Sims was at New York’s Pier 59 last month filming a commercial for Apple’s updated second generation iPad. Although there aren’t too many details on what the shoot involved, the iPads used were the same models you’d find in the Apple Store today, and it’s believed these will be swapped … Read More

Mark Zuckerberg: “iPad’s Not Mobile. It’s A Computer… a Different Thing!”

Mark Zuckerberg iPad Not Mobile

During the recent Facebook mobile event, CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg was asked about the lack of a native app on the iPad by Mashable.com’s Ben Parr. The astonishing reply? ‘iPad’s not mobile’. When pushed by Parr, Facebook mobile head Eric Tseng (interestingly enough, Teseng used to be the Android lead at Google) stepped in and explained that the social … Read More

iOS 4.2 Beta 3 for iPad Jailbroken [Jailbreak]

iPad iOS 4.2 Beta 3 Jailbreak

Looking forward to getting iOS 4.2 on your iPad but don’t want to give up your jailbreak? Fear not, for the clever hackers have already jailbroken it after using the third beta as a testbed. Twitter user and renowned iOS hacker @iH8Sn0w tweeted a picture of a jailbroken iPad running MobileTerminal.  By way of proof that the iPad is indeed … Read More

iPad Update Coming Before Christmas?

iPad Update Coming Before Christmas

Are we going to see an iPad bump before Christmas? I think so. You can call it an iPad 1.5 if you like. As the real iPad 2 will come later in 2011. Here is why I think this is so… iOS “unification” is set to happen in November. What that means is that all of our iOS Devices will … Read More

VMWare Remote Desktop Demo for iPad

VMWare, who compete with Parallels in the Virtual Machine marketplace, and produce software which allows you to run Windows, Linux and other operating systems as virtual machines inside various flavors of other desktop OS, have demoed an early Alpha version of their Remote Desktop app for the iPad. Parallels already have an iPad Remote Desktop app. VMWare’s competing piece of … Read More

Sprint CEO Says Wi-Fi iPad Has Boosted Sprint’s Wireless Hotspot Sales

Although the iPad isn’t available directly through Sprint for use on its network, Sprint’s CEO has revealed that sales of the carrier’s Overdrive MiFi wireless hotspot have increased as a result of Apple’s Wi-Fi-only tablet devices. Dan Hesse, chief executive of Sprint, said in an interview with GigaOm that since the iPad launched earlier this year, the company has seen … Read More