Ah, it's that time of the year when the biggest of holidays are past and all that remains are parties, parties, and, of course, Apple Rumors. And since the line up calendar has the iPad up next, that's where the rumor scuttlebutt has landed. And so it begins.
Wall Street Journal technology journalist Walt Mossberg has chimed in with his best and worst picks for 2010, with Apple’s iPad topping the list as best, with the Dell Streak and Google TV at the opposite end of the scale.
Well, heck yeah, you got yourself some iOS gear either in your stocking, under the tree, or you won it spinning some mad dreidel. We hear ya. And, of course, there's only one place where the Yule is as cool as it can possibly be, and that's right here, just in case ya missed it, suckas. Mac|Life, holiday style.
It’s tough to compete with free content, as Richard Branson’s Virgin Group is apparently starting to realize -- their iPad-exclusive Project magazine is now available free of charge through December 29.
After an enormously successful run on the Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and Wii platforms, 2D Boy’s “World of Goo” has finally made its way to the iOS platform and is now available for the iPad. After several amazing, mind-shattering hours of World of Goo goodness, here's what we came up with make your own World of Goo experience amazing.
Although we're still working with Apple's first generation iPad, there are six different models to consider, each with varying amounts of RAM and different networking characteristics. So which one should you spend your hard-earned money on? To answer that, let's get three major questions out of the way, after the cut.
When the eggnog wears off and your wacky aunt starts reminiscing about the "war on Christmas," you're going to need some new iOS games to distract yourself from the ensuing mayhem of family celebrations. Whether you're an existing iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch owner--or are convinced you'll receive one in a shiny box in the short term--here are ten recent releases that'll keep your mind (and eyes) where they need to be this weekend: playing games.
If there’s one thing that’s at the top of every anti-iOS whiner’s list, it’s the lack of Adobe Flash video playback that is sure to be mentioned first and foremost. Thankfully, the arrival of Skyfire squashed some of those dissenting opinions -- and now the app has been super-sized for the iPad.
This time last year, the Internet was in overdrive speculating about Apple’s as-yet-unannounced tablet. Flash-forward to a year later, and we’re now distilling rumors about the followup to that groundbreaking device.
There are many RSS readers on the App Store, and Silvio Rizzi’s Reeder is widely considered one of the best. So imagine the developer’s surprise when a recent update to competitor MobileRSS not only aped his slick interface design, but practically stole it outright.