The good news? Turns out a lot of "A-List" type folk have picked up the iPad. Why, everyone from New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel to Diane Sawyer of ABC News are confirmed iPad owners. The bad news? All of their email addresses and some 114,000 others are in the hands of hackers, thanks to a vulnerability present in the iPad.
Apple has announced the winners of the Apple Design Awards, where the company lowers its mighty hand from the heavens and points out lowly apps that deserve more attention. Lowly apps such as the, well, Financial Times. Okay, so maybe not so lowly, but Apple gives a reason for each app.
The rumors you've been hearing about Hulu turn out to be true: the coveted online streaming video service will soon start charging for some of its content. The newer episodes will still be free, but Hulu will charge a monthly fee for the back catalog and some other special content. And, the service is reportedly on its way to the Xbox and iPad.
So, your company is behind one of the most popular phones of all time and advertisers want in. They can have in — well, as long as they don't mind signing up for your new advertising service. That's the idea behind Apple's iAd service — ads through Apple, and everything else is banned.
Using the empty husk of the beloved Macintosh Classic, an enterprising Apple fan created an iPad stand perfect for longtime Mac addicts.
In case you're tired of waiting for the perfect dock-meets-keyboard accessory for your iPad, one enterprising Apple fan from Osaka, Japan has hacked together a brand loyal solution called the iPad In iBook.
Despite the fact that repeated attempts at tablet success in Japan have been largely met by failure, the country's love affair with the iPad has reached epic proportions as exampled by a doctor who recently decided the device was so cool he needed to use it for live surgery.
I don't know how he does it, but Japanese magician Uchida Shinya — also known as the "Salary Magician" — decided to get a little tricky with the iPad. You see a picture of the bird on the screen then, after a tilt, it flies out and lands on his hand. How'd he do it?
Steve Jobs, in an interview with AllThingsD's Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher at the D8 conference, addressed everything from Apple's war-that's-not-a-war with Flash, the development of the iPad, lost iPhones and more. But did he answer everything?
It's only been two months since the iPad came out, but Memorial Day saw another milestone for Apple to brag about: another one million iPads have been sold for a total of two million. You've got to wonder if Apple can keep this pace up.