Monthly Archives: May 2010

BN eReader for iPad – app review | TiPb

Barnes & Noble has released BN eReader for iPad as an alternative to Apple’s iBooks and Amazon’s Kindle app. It is an excellent ebook reader and offers many customizations as well as the ability to share books with friends and … Continue reading

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How fast is your international iPad 3G data? | TiPb

What kind of upload and download speeds are you getting on your iPad Wi-Fi + 3G? Apple included an HSPA 7.2 3G radio on the iPad 3G, so if you’re on an HSPA+ 21 network like Bell/Telus you won’t approach … Continue reading

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Dejumble 2 Beta Preview | MacApper

About two years ago I reviewed Dejumble. Now ThinkingCode is preparing the release of Dejumble 2.0, which is now in open beta. This new version brings a refreshed design with tons of new features to make it even easier to … Continue reading

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Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit Review | Macworld

The Camera Connection Kit for the iPad is a perfect accessory for photographers looking to take advantage of the iPad’s display capabilities. Instead of having to connect an iPad to a Mac to load it up with your photos and … Continue reading

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AVI files playback on iPad

According to Apple’s iPad tech specs, the iPad does indeed support a type of AVI video: Motion JPEG (M-JPEG) up to 35 Mbps, 1280 by 720 pixels, 30 frames per second, audio in ulaw, PCM stereo audio in .avi file … Continue reading

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AT&T Wants to Know About Your iPad Experience | PadGadget

About a month after the 3G iPad launched, it looks like AT&T wants to know how happy you are with your new purchase.  AT&T began e-mailing surveys to select 3G customers late this afternoon, in order to “better understand your … Continue reading

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Free Baseball Tickets for iPad Owners | PadGadget

We featured a story earlier this week about the New York Yankees forbidding iPads in their stadium. Well move over Yankess, the Hudson Valley Renegades will not only let their fans in with iPads, but give them free tickets to … Continue reading

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