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Capcom has announced the very welcome release of Resident Evil 4: iPad Edition, which features a new high-resolution art set designed to take full advantage of iPad’s larger display. The improved graphics capture the Resident Evil world in terrifying detail, making the gaming experience even more immersive.

For those new to the world of Survival Horror games, the Resident Evil series pretty much created and defined the genre, making the whole world fall in love with killing zombies in video games, starting with its 1996 debut on the Sony PlayStation. Resident Evil games have sold over 42 million copies worldwide, including Resident Evil 4 for iPhone and iPod touch. For the iPad version of Resident Evil 4, Capcom has taken user feedback from the App Store into account and added numerous platform specific enhancements to create what they believe to be “the finest portable Resident Evil game to dateâ€.

The iPad game also uses an enhanced Visual Pad control system designed to make gameplay more fluid and intuitive. Players can engage in running gun fights with crowds of enemies, climb ladders, equip binoculars and jump out of windows.

Resident Evil 4: iPad Edition is available now for $12.99 from the App Store on iPad or at iTunes Store.

By Maura Sutton
iPadForums
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We all know the iPad will find a use in many different environments. For those that are gadget junkies and love tinkering with Car Audio, we have found something that you'll be drooling over. While reading my favorite Auto News site today, I ran across an article that debuted the first Apple iPad in-car installation. The install was done by Doug Bernards of SoundMan Car Audio in Santa Clarita, California with a Toyota Tacoma pickup.
Check out the video after the jump!
[Source: AutoBlog.com]
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Engadget.com reports that Apple will be holding an event April 8th to show off a sneak peak of the next gerenation of iPhone / iPad / iPod Touch Operating System. This news is almost unbelievable, as many expected we wouldn't hear anything before this summer. The live broadcast will take place at Apple's Infinite Loop campus in Cupertino at 10:00 PST. Multitasking, iChat Video Support, what else do you think we'll see!
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The first day results are in! Apple has just released a press statement confirming that it sold over 300, 000 iPads in the US as of midnight Saturday, April 3rd. These figures include deliveries of pre-ordered iPads to customers, deliveries to channel partners and sales at Apple Retail Stores. Apple also announced that iPad users downloaded over one million apps from Apple’s App Store and over 250,000 ebooks from its iBookstore during day one. Apple CEO Steve Jobs is quite pleased! Here’s what he had to say:
By Maura Sutton
Apple iPad Forum
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ElectricPig.co.uk is reporting today that an unofficial Facebook App has appeared on the iTunes iPad App Store, and is in fact already in the Top Ten iPad Apps list! The app costs $2.99, and is bound to be attractive to iPad owners who want to get Facebook on their iPad, but as ElectricPig points out, the Facebook Ultimate app is getting really bad reviews (352 1-star reviews out of a total 403 reviews when I last looked!), probably because it’s not actually an official Facebook iPad app. Facebook Ultimate is actually the work of previously unknown company Ultiapp. ElectricPig suggests that iPad owners who really can’t wait until Facebook releases an official app (which shouldn’t be too long), might like to take up Facebook Lite designer Rob Goodlatte’s suggestion via Twitter to use Facebook Lite (of course!) while you’re waiting for the full app to show up.

By Maura Sutton
[Source: www.electricpig.co.uk]
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There's a new high tech way to play Scrabble that just screams AWESOME! This new version requires about a $1000 worth of toys including 2 iPhones used to hold the letters and an Apple iPad used for the playing board. Here's some information from EA:

Challenge friends, anytime, anywhere. Connect with friends on Facebook and play up to 25 games at a time, square off via Pass N' Play, or Local Network Play. Try the iPAD EXCLUSIVE Party Play mode, too. Download the FREE SCRABBLE Tile Rack App and turn your iPhone or iPod touch into a personal tile rack. Take on up to 4 friends in Party Play and virtually flick tiles from your device onto the iPad board!


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