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!
DSLRs are nice, but sometimes--okay, a lot of the time--we just can’t
be bothered to schlep around a giant camera. Enter the compact camera.
At 4.2 ounces and 3.8 x 2.1 x 0.8 inches, the Pentax Optio P80 is a
solid choice for nights on the town or other casual situations where
it’s more important to capture the moment than the most technically
After some technical difficulties this morning, we got our live blog back up and running. Of course because of the Internet melt down, many of the pictures we took at the event never made it to the site. We also have a ton of pictures from the hands on. So sit back, relax and enjoy our gallery of iPad joy.
To paraphrase Eric Cartman: "Yes, I have used the iPad; who wants to touch me?"
EIC Paul and I were supa-stoked to get some hands-on time with the iPad after this morning's event. We played with it for about 90 minutes, lingering as long as we could even while Apple's uber-patient gadget-handlers politely mentioned (and rementioned) that "we're getting ready to shut it down."
Shut it down?! Never! We are geeks with a new toy! Christmas morning and whatnot! Anyway, after they pried it from our sweaty trembling hands, we jotted down these first impressions just for you. (Plus video, after the jump...)
Apple finally took the wraps off its fabled tablet today, confirmed to be called the iPad as rumored. The device is intended to bridge the gap between the iPhone or iPod touch and a full-fledged laptop, but as “magical & revolutionary” as Steve Jobs thinks it may be, we can’t help but wonder what the company could have unveiled today that would have been more impressive.