Holding off for the for the iPad 3G? Want the fastest possible data speeds over cellular network? Then purchasing the Sierra Wireless Overdrive 3G/4G WiFi Hotspot from Sprint might be the way to go. Sprint's latest commercial shows the iPhone running over Sprint's 4G hotspot and takes aim at both AT&T and Verizon. I'd have to bet an iPad commercial is in the works. Check out the video below!...
The tech wars continue with the latest buzz around Google Picasa working with the iPad. Apparently a UK reader wrote to Steve Jobs asking about Picasa Albums support on the iPad. A response sent via iPhone simply said "No, but iPhoto on the Mac has much better Faces and Places features."
AppleInsider is reporting today that according to statistics provided by analytics firm Flurry, 44 percent of the apps being tested on the iPad are games, such as Majesty (pictured), which was one of the very first iPad games to be announced on January 29th 2010. Entertainment is the next most-tested type of app, at 14 percent, with books bringing up the rear at 3 percent.
Flurry has noted that since the iPad...
Less then two weeks to launch date and Amazon has released the first glimpse of the new Kindle App for the iPad. According to Engaget:
It's always easy to point fingers, and this time it's been pointed directly at Wintek. The report from Digitimes.com claims that Wintek is facing a manufacturing bottleneck in its touch panel production, and its low yield rate for touch panels has hampered its shipments to Apple.
However, in a response from Wintek they said all operations have been running in line with its plans, and it declined to comment on...
A report released Friday by the Wall Street Journal indicates that Apple is scrambling to secure last minute content deals just weeks before the iPad release. Most of the negotiations seem to center around the price drop for TV shows to 99 cents from $1.99-$2.99 current pricing.
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