Following hot on the heels of todayâ€™s iPad release date and pre-order news, Engadget reports that Apple has revealed the tax-inclusive prices of all iPads for the UK and Europe, which are as follows:
16GB WiFi-only â‚¬479
32GB WiFi-only â‚¬579
64GB WiFi-only â‚¬679
16GB WiFi+3G â‚¬579
32GB WiFi+3G â‚¬679
64GB WiFi+3G â‚¬779
16GB WiFi-only Â£429
32GB WiFi-only Â£499
64GB WiFi-only Â£599
If the idea of being able to play classic Super Mario and other Nintendo games on your iPad appeals to you then check out this video on TiPb.com (via TouchArcade) which features a jailbroken iPad running Super Mario World via snes4iPhone, the Super Nintendo emulator, using a Wii Remote as a controller.
If youâ€™re unfamiliar with the whole concept of jailbreaking, TouchArcade links to a Gizmodo feature...
Apple has today announced via a press release that the iPad will go on sale on May 28th in nine more countries â€“ Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland and the UK. Customers can pre-order all iPad models from Appleâ€™s online store in all nine countries from Monday May 10th.
According to the press release, the iPad will start to roll out to even more countries in the summer, going on...
ZDNet reports today that the iPad is making sizeable forays into the netbook market. They quote the figures presented in a chart published by Morgan Stanleyâ€™s Katy Huberty which indicate that sales of cheap, low-powered netbooks reached a peak last summer, only to see growth fall off dramatically in January, following the end of the holiday shopping period and the start of the launch period of new products at the...
CNET and many other online sources are all running this fun story and video today about Jeff King, the host of Fuel TV’s “Built to Shred” show, taking a 64GB iPad and turning it into a skateboard. After constructing his iPad board, King asked pro skateboarder Chad Knight to try and ride it down a half pipe and generally put it through its paces.
Knight starts off by fixing wheels to the iPad, before riding it,...
New Media Age is reporting today that the Financial Times newspaper plans to offer its iPad app for free for the first two months, with the intention of attracting younger readers, having signed a two-month sponsorship contract with Swiss watch-maker Hublot. The FT’s app will be launched to tie in with the iPad’s launch in the UK, later this month.
According to New Media Age, Steve Pinches, lead product manager at FT.com,...
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