Tokyo based accessories inventor Tunewear just cooked up the perfect tool for those looking to bring the iPad's utility into the kitchen, the beach, or even into one's bubble bath.
Despite the high sales numbers for the iPad, it still might not be something you fell comfortable whipping out on the subway. You don't want to get those stares, those whispers.
Look, the iPad is great because, unlike a computer, it can be carried with you and moved from room to room. You can turn it any which way and you can use it anywhere. So why the hell would you want to attach it to your wall?
Keep your iPad stands, docks and mounting brackets — but don't forget the Industrial Strength Velcro. It's the stuff that makes the iPad complete, as this brilliant video perfectly demonstrates.
Well, folks, looks like this whole tablet war is getting closer to kicking off. Acer CEO Gianfranco Lanci pulled out a full-color, 7-inch slate that is definitely not an e-reader. And this from a company that didn't want to make tablets in the first place. Tsk!
It's hard not to feel a little robbed by HP's Slate. It was supposed to be the tablet computer to answer Apple's tablet toy, but turns out toys are pretty popular. Directly related or not, HP floundered in the wake of the iPad, but it's back with the Slate once more.
Does your iPad or Kindle need a place to hang out? How about a nice rocking chair for it?
Sure, your iPad can surf the web and run all sorts of fancy apps. But can it control a 52-inch blimp? I didn't think so. A digital marketing team by the name of BreakfastNY fiddled with their iPad and were...
It looks like cablemeister Comcast has suddenly blasted itself into the 21st century with the rest of the hepcats. How do we know this? Here's Comcast CEO Brian Roberts demonstrating Xfinity Remote, a gorgeous iPad application that lets you control...
Danish doctor Jakob Nielsen, called "the guru of Web page usability" by The New York Times, has a bone to pick with the iPad's user interface. A lot of bones, in fact — 93 pages of them. That's a hell...