Sure, you should protect your iPad from scrapes and falls. It's an expensive and delicate piece of equipment, after all! But I'm not sure that you really need a custom pillow for the thing.
If you've been waiting patiently for the special iPad version of Skype, you needed to be quick on the trigger last night. Because just a few hours after the app went live, Skype went ahead and pulled it.
The magazine and newspaper business has tried all manner of stunts to get readers interested in their forays into iPad apps, but Hearst publishing may have come up with the best one of them all by merging beautiful women seamlessly with one of our favorite devices.
For some reason, the new iPad app that Facebook has been working on can be found hidden in the existing iPhone app. And wouldn't you know it, but people found it.
What do you do if you want an iPad, but can't afford one? If you're this enterprising Chinese man, you build one yourself.
The problem with some of us early adopters of the iPad who tried to sell our associates on using the device during meetings for note taking is that the touch screen interface made the proposition seem slow and somewhat unwieldy. Now a pair of inventors have created what may be the perfect solution, the Cosmonaut.
Apple's Facetime lets you videochat with a friend, sure. But what about three friends? For that, you need Fring.
Well this is an interesting turn of events, isn't it? After terrorizing the Internet for 50 days, the hacker group known as LulzSec abruptly decided to call it quits, but not before dropping a huge booty of files that include hints AT&T is testing 4G LTE iPads and iPhones.
Ladies and gents, an official Facebook app is finally coming to the iPad. That's right, it took Mark Zuckerberg and his squad over a year to make one, and it should light the world on fire just like the social network's iPhone app did back in 2007.
It turns out that if you try to take a 30% cut from publishers, publishers will not want to work with you. That's what Apple found out after most major publishers balked at their draconic rules for how the could sign up subscribers on the iPad. But Apple's changed it's ways.