Tweet Just days after the first unveiling of Apple’s iPad, some of the big players in the entertainment and mobile industry have thrown in their 2 cents worth on the device. Satura Iwata, president and CEO of Nintendo, criticized the iPad. He called the iPad “just a bigger iPod Touch”. He also stabbed Apple for not delivering anything new or innovative – after all, the iPad is just a combination of a tablet, an iPod and an ebook reader. This especially rings true as the iPad runs the same operating system as the iPhone, and is a lot less functional … Continue reading What Other Big Players Are Saying About the iPad
Tweet There has already been a lot hype about Apple’s new iPad even though it has not even come out yet. The question from the consumer is: Is it as good as everyone says? I suppose that question will surely be answered in due time. Now, what about the gaming? Will the gamers enjoy it? The answer is simple, yet complicated. The Apple A4 processor in the device runs at 1 GHz, up from the reported 600 MHz processor in the iPod 3GS. I know what you are thinking to yourself: “Okay, I have no idea what in the heck … Continue reading iPad For Gaming? Why Not?
Tweet Apple has finally released a new product to the public. Apple wouldn’t even have to show this product and get millions to buy it without a sweat. Fortunately, they did give it a name. It is the iPad. iPad? What in the world is that…? A virtual mattress? No! The iPad is said to be somewhere in between a computer and an iPhone. Apple came out with this product to target businessmen, gamers, Mac lovers, and all sorts of people. Okay, well please explain it a little better than just “a big iPod”. That’s what I’m here to do … Continue reading iPad Tablet Made Its Debut
Tweet AT&T could not be doing more than it already is with regards to the iPad. AT&T has invested more than two billion dollars in Apple’s new iPad. Some may ask why? Why would AT&T invest such a large amount. Well, there is such a large group of customers that it has to please, so this investment is necessary. AT&T claims that their 3G connection is perfect to fit the needs of iPad customers. Not only does AT&T offer a great 3G connection, but it also supports a great Wi-Fi connection for the iPad user. Reliable sources have stated that … Continue reading AT&T and What it Has to Do With the iPad
Tweet Yup, that’s right folks. The iPad, just as the iPhone and the iPod before it, will not support Flash. It doesn’t come as a surprise, seeing the long history of Apple’s refusal to support the popular web multimedia platform. Adobe Flash was first introduced in 1996 (under Macromedia) and has now become the most popular way to include high quality animation and interactivity on the web. Entire games have been created from Flash, from simple addictive Tower Defense games, your favourite games in Facebook (Farmville, Pet Society) to a full blown Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPG). Popular … Continue reading Apple iPad – Still No Flash!
Tweet Steve Jobs is at it again. This time, he and his company, Apple Inc. have once again launched a new innovative product that is out of the box cutting-edge technology. While there have already been netbooks, smart phones and even digital book such as the Amazon Kindle, Steve and Apple have an even more brilliant idea. They combine all aspects of the already existing devices and pack them into one slim portable device which they call the iPad. With an iPad, the user is not only capable of reading the e-books but also able to play sophisticated games such … Continue reading iPad Revolution From Steve Jobs
Tweet Perhaps, before Apple, Inc. launches iPad, we, or most of us, may have never heard of any other big names in the industry coming up with the name iPad. However, as a matter of fact, the Japanese name, Fujitsu, has already been using iPad as the brand of some of their products long before Steve Jobs come up with the iPad. Besides Fujitsu, there is also a European name that happens to be one of the biggest chip producers, STMicroelectronics, that claims that iPad has also been a brand of theirs for a long time. This is the reason … Continue reading Apple Is Not the Only Owner Of iPad
Tweet It is inevitable that Amazon might lose its portion of the market share to Apple after the debut of the iPad device. This is not something that Amazon wants to experience, of course. Therefore, Amazon is currently attempting to keep up with Apple iPad. One of the steps Amazon is taking is the acquisition of a company that happens to be known as Touchco. Touchco can be considered a newcomer in the industry of touch screen interface. Amazon and Touchco reached a deal last Wednesday (4th February 2010). By aquiring the Touchco company, Amazon is intending to make their … Continue reading Amazon’s Attempt to Keep Up with the iPad
Tweet The Apple iPad may have been an ingenious product, yes, but long before it made its debut to the public, there was another massively impressive product. A product which readers all around the world would scramble to purchase. This product was known as the Amazon Kindle, or more simply put: the Kindle. Most would know that there are many of these electronic book-readers on the market, but the Amazon Kindle is set far above any other reader. One who holds this Kindle would closely relate it to holding something approximately the thickness of a magazine because the Kindle is … Continue reading Apple iPad vs. Amazon Kindle