You might know the old trick of bringing your passport to the bar if you've forgotten you ID, but what about bringing your iPad to the border if you've forgotten your passport? Yeah, it's a new one. This story has been updated.
Further proof that iPads are everywhere has emerged. Orangutans at the Milwaukee Zoo have been given donated iPads via the Apps for Apes program, and have taken to them naturally. Favorite apps? They love drawing, playing the drums and above all — checking each other out. One guy even cozies up to David Attenborough documentaries. Go ahead. You can collectively say, "Awww..."
The world needs more tech-savvy leaders like President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron. Leaders who understand how to use the latest gadgets like iPads. Cameron's moving ahead of the pack with app that'll provide him with real time data on England.
Commercial cockpits are about to get much lighter beginning this Friday, according insiders. The Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) has apparently just given American Airlines the thumbs up to start using the iPad to replace the large, paper based flight bags pilots traditionally carry.
When Steve Jobs passed away, Apple fans around the world created tributes and homages, but Every Third Thursday's might just be one of the best ones yet. The design gurus built a snowboard with an iPad in it and took to the snowy slopes!
The latest iPhone and iPad flurries continue to hang on to idea that the iPhone will get a larger 4-inch screen and the iPad will get a sibling with a smaller 7-inch screen. With Tim Cook sitting on the throne, anything is possible.
The iPad is pretty perfect for board games; it lets you play tons of classic games without having to set up or put away stacks of cards or piles of pieces. But you do lost a little big having it only be on a touchscreen. But iPawn Games strikes a balance between classic board games and the touchscreen versions with pieces that work on an iPad.
Halloween is here and for the next 24 hours you'll be expected to endure all manner of frights. But what you may not be ready for is this surprisingly effective horror show delivered via iPad.
Last time a Google Nexus S smartphone and a Panasonic 3D video camera were sent up to the ISS along with the Atlantis' final journey, but this time, two iPads and a red Angry Bird plush toy are making the journey into outer space. Why?
DirecTV just made its iPad app worth downloading: they've added live TV streaming to it. Of course, the catch is that you can only stream live TV to it when you're on your home network, but that's still something.