MTV’s Multiplayer technology blog ran a really fun little post today about blog author Russ Frushtick’s in-flight experiences with his iPad. He talks about a couple of ways in which his iPad made a recent flight much more bearable than usual.

For starters, he said that the iPad takes up so little space in comparison to a laptop, that you still have plenty of room for your beverage, food and so on, so you...

Well we all knew this was coming! Apple has today issued a rare rebuttal to Adobe product manager Mike Chambers’ blog post about Flash and Apple yesterday, in which he said that Adobe would be turning their attention to developing tools for Apple rivals such as Google Android.
According to a report in today’s Daily Telegraph, Trudy Miller, a spokesperson for Apple, responded to Chambers’ comments by...

Fantastic story today on Cnet’s The Digital Home blog, about Virginia Campbell, a 99-year-old woman from Lake Oswego in Oregon, whose new iPad has “changed her lifeâ€, in the words of her daughter. According to the Digital Home story, which first appeared in The Oregonian, Virginia has glaucoma, which makes it very difficult for her to read or write. When she heard about the iPad, she thought that it...

Wired.com’s Gadget Lab blog is reporting today that Adobe has announced they are finally giving up the ghost on their efforts to get Flash onto the iPad and iPhone. The decision was announced in a blog post from Mike Chambers, Adobe’s principal product manager for Flash development.
In his blog post, entitled “On Adobe, Flash CS5 and iPhone Applicationsâ€, Chambers referred to the clause in Apple’s new...

Chinese company Wondershare has come up with a program for those who want to convert their DVDs and videos into an iPad-friendly format. According to Wondershare’s press release, it takes just three simple clicks to convert your DVD or video – all you have to do is input your video/DVD, choose the iPad supported format, then output your video/DVD.

The converter’s tools enable you to input HD video sources...

We’ve all seen the You Tube video of Iggy the cat playing Smule’s Magic Piano on the iPad by now, but this week the app has been getting even more prestigious exposure (no offense, Iggy) with celebrated Chinese concert pianist Lang Lang showcasing Magic Piano at a recent concert at San Francisco’s Davies Hall.

The Wall Street Journal’s Digits blog reports that Smule sent an iPad pre-loaded with the app...

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