Everywhere I look, Paper is all anybody’s talking about this week. This brand new, heavily buzzed iPad app has a lot going for it. Here’s what it is, and why it’s getting so much hype.
Archives for March 2012
Apple receives — and deserves — a lot of respect. They’re absolutely incredible innovators… But were they really the first to envision, manufacture, or sell many of the tech products we take for granted today?
In case you haven’t heard, all seven Harry Potter novels were released today as ebooks, for the first time ever. At first blush, it looks as though all of the ebook retailers are selling the Potter ebooks — except for iBooks. But take a closer look: who’s snubbing who?
Looking for a perfect puzzle game for short snatches of time? Zonr is a rapid-fire puzzler from KlickTock, one of my favorite game devs. You might know them from Doodle Find or Little Things.
Hot new iPhone app Leap lets you create challenges for your friends, and then earn points by snapping photos of yourself completing them. Basically, it turns your life into a motivational game. A game that’s not only fun — it can make your life better.
For the two people on planet Earth who have not yet heard: the next big Angry Birds game was released today, and it pushs the gameplay mechanics into new directions. But there are three very important things you definitely should know before you download it.
After numerous user comments about the third-generation iPad running hotter than its predecessors, Consumer Reports ran its own tests and found that the device is capable of reaching temperatures upwards of 116 degrees Fahrenheit (about 46.6 degrees Celsius).
By now you’ve probably heard that Apple CEO Tim Cook announced this morning a plan to pay back cash dividends to its shareholders. It’s a big news story for Apple, but I think there’s a bigger one: this is Cook’s first big move that signals a change in Steve Jobs’ way of doing things. Where […]
So you’ve got your brand new, name-challenged, third-generation iPad with its shmancy retina display. The only way you’re really going to appreciate it is with some apps that take full advantage of it. Here are 20 retina-ready apps that every iPad 3 owner should have.
The wait is almost over. The third-generation iPad is upon us. Apple’s online store has sold out for those hoping to get theirs on release day — March 16th. But you can still get an iPad 3 if you know where to look…
The majority of Apple Stores are boxy, stainless steel buildings or storefronts. But the biggest and most dazzling of Apple’s 300 retail locations are true architectural wonders.
If you weren’t one of the lucky few who were able to connect to Apple’s online store last Wednesday and order your iPad 3, you may not be able to get one for a while. Demand for the new iPad is so high, delivery dates in some places have been delayed by weeks.
It’s been five months since he passed away, and for some of us it’s still hard to believe he’s really gone. Steve Jobs- who needs no introduction, certainly not on this blog- changed our world with his life. The lessons he left behind are nicely summed up in this infographic design from Infographic Labs:
The new iPhoto wasn’t the only major iOS release this week (though it was certainly a biggie). Take a look at these hot picks of new apps released just this week for iPhone and iPad.
Tweetbot‘s been getting a lot of love from critics and attention from the App Store, lately. I took the iPad version for a spin to see if it lives up to the hype.