The cell phone company that iPhone users love to hate is claiming they will invest an additional $2 billion in its network in 2010. One could only hope, especially after yesterday's announcement that the iPad will be added on to the network.
After a decade of guesswork and anticipation, it was almost a given that
the magical unicorn we now know as the iPad could never be as good as
the wild visions conjured up by our minds and the media/rumor sites.
We contacted publishers and developers to get thier take on the newest Apple product.
to the New
Times, lawyers for another company are already contemplating
next steps over Apple's decision to name its new product an iPad—and
the company doesn't make feminine hygiene products. Fujitsu has been
selling a mobile device called an iPad in the U.S. and other places
After weeks of rumors, Apple finally made good with a tablet computer called the iPad. But one thing is conspicuously absent from its new iBookstore, particularly after so many publishers have promised them: Magazines.
If your head is still fuzzy from an iPad media event hangover, you might have missed a nugget of info that’s now part of the iPhone SDK: Apple is now allowing apps to make VoIP calls over 3G data connections!