Here’s news that won’t surprise anyone, especially Apple fans. According to research conducted by IDC (a market research company), Apple’s iPad is still the overwhelming market leader in the tablet market. Based on tablet shipments for the second quarter of 2012, the iPad accounted for 68 percent of the market. The tablet market, overall, has […]
Can’t decide which iPad to buy? Here’s an infographic design from Infographic Labs that compares the three versions, while also presenting several interesting statistics on the king of tablets.
Comic-Con is happening right now in San Diego. The mega-event has celebrated comics and pop culture for 44 years now, but thanks to digital media, comics are no longer business-as-usual.
For the first time ever, the Olympics will be streamed to mobile devices in its entirety. Thanks to a pair of just-released iOS apps, you can follow the Olympics on your iPhone or iPad.
One of the legal disputes Apple has been facing is a trademark problem surrounding the name “iPad” in China. Apparently, the name “iPad” is owned by a company called Proview. Even though Apple bought the right to use the iPad name with the company’s Taipei branch, it wasn’t able to get the same deal with […]
Looking for an alternative to Safari for iPhone or iPad? (Aren’t we all?) Google may have answered your prayers, because they’ve just brought Chrome to iOS.
To support Pixar’s latest box office hit, Disney Publishing has released a pair of book apps that allow younger viewers to relive the story of Brave. Here’s my take on them both.
When it comes to web browsers, the public has three primary choices: Internet Explorer (blech), Mozilla’s Firefox, and Google Chrome. With the exploding popularity of the iPad, why have none of them come to the world’s greatest tablet? Finally, that’s about to change.
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Apple should be feeling mighty proud tonight. Because Microsoft just unveiled its own touchscreen “Surface” tablet computer, and everything about the device and the media event where it was announced took its cues straight from Apple and the iPad.
What if the iPad was a real musical instrument? Composer Ned McGowan believes that it is, and he wrote a classical concerto to prove it. It was performed a few weeks ago by the Sinfonia Rotterdam, and after you watch this video of it, you’ll be a believer, too.