Category: iPad News

EA Games Founder Trip Hawkins Announces First Educational App From New Startup Company

If ... 4Electronic Arts is one of the best know game makers in the industry. Its founder, Trip Hawkins recently launched a new startup company that raised $6.5 million in Series A funding. If You Can Company is focused on creating games to teach children social and emotional learning skills. Today, the company launched the first in what is sure to be a long line of children’s games.

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PadGadget’s DIY Project Spotlight: Leather and Sugru Magnetic iPad Stand

DIY Leather and Sugru Stand 1Up until quite recently, I didn’t know what Sugru was. I notice that a lot of tech and electronics projects are now calling for a bit of the substance, so I figured I’d have to look into it more. It turns out, Sugru is a self-setting claylike rubber that can be manipulated and formed by hand like dough, and bonds to nearly everything, turning into a durable, but flexible silicone rubber overnight. It’s like the Mighty Putty of silicone.

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Apple Requests that Arizona Governor Veto Anti-Gay ‘Religious Freedom’ Bill

Apple Sapphire Plant Mesa AZFor a while now, Apple CEO Tim Cook has been speaking out, openly and loudly, about discriminatory practices in the public and private sector. Last November, He asked Congress to “strike a blow” against discrimination in a heartfelt opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal. Today, CNBC confirmed that Apple has sent Arizona governor Jan Brewer a letter requesting she veto the controversial religious freedom bill SB1062.

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‘ At Bat’ Celebrates Spring Training With Complete iOS 7 Redesign At Bat 3The official Major League Baseball app, “ At Bat” launched on the same day as the App Store on July 10, 2008. It was downloaded 10 million times in 2013. The app has been the mainstay of professional baseball fans for nearly as long as iOS has existed. Today, in celebration of Spring Training, At Bat has been completely redesigned with a new iOS 7 user interface, more video features, and league-wide scoreboard functionality. Get ready for Opening Day with the MLB’s full experience.

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Disney’s ‘Movies Anywhere’ Brings a Library of 420 Films to your iPad

Disney Movies Anywhere 1I think one could call me a Disney fan. I grew up less than sixty miles from the theme park and visited Disneyland for the firs time when I was only 6 months old. I grew up watching VHS tapes of the earliest animated films and the Disney Channel was my babysitter for much of my afterschool activities. I own every animated feature film the company made until 1985 (except for three very hard to find movies from the mid 1940s). Disney has just announced a digital movie service and app for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch that will make it possible for fans like me to watch more than 400 of the company’s titles.

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Education Update: Airplay in the Classroom


Apple technology is beginning to spread to new schools all over and one feature that has a lot of potential to enhance the learning experience is Airplay. In this post we are going to look at several of the issues we face when using Airplay features in a large-scale network environment and then we’ll look at temporary solutions to help until our IT departments and Apple can provide us with  permanent ones.

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Samsung and Apple Finally Agree on Something – Want EU to Limit Patent Trolls

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It isn’t often that we get to report on news in which Apple and Samsung are working together for a common goal, but this is exactly the case today as both companies have joined together with 17 others to support new patent policies in the European Union to limit patent trolling. Certainly these companies have extensive experience in this area and hopefully lessons they have learned will help make the new patent system in the EU better than the mess it currently is.

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iOS Bug Lets Potential Hackers Track Your Keystrokes

ios-keyloggingArs Technica discovered a blog post published last night by security research firm FireEye showing proof of concept monitoring on a non-jailbroken iOS 7.0.x device. Based on information gathered from FireEye, the researchers were able to identify a flaw in Apple’s mobile operating system that would allow attackers to log every touch a user makes on their device, including TouchID and volume controls.

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PadGadget Daily App Deal – 8 iPad Apps on Sale

PadGadget Daily App Deal – 8 iPad Apps on SaleFor today’s Daily Deal we’ve found 8 great apps to add to your iPad collection.  We have 3 productivity / entertainment apps and 5 game apps in today’s bundle.

We used our PadGadget Apps Tracker to find these great deals and we’ll continue to look for the best app deals as they pop-up. Some of these apps are up to 67% off, a couple are even free, so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.

Check out all the sale apps after the break »

Mad Catz Unveils iPad Friendly MFi iOS Game Controller

Mad Catz iOS 7 Controller 1As iOS 7 game controllers are slowly creeping into the market, it is still rare to see one fit for the iPad. So far, the only one we’ve come across has been the SteelSeries Stratus. Today, console accessory maker Mad Catz unveiled their new iOS 7 MFi controller at this year’s Mobile World Congress. Although it has a special mount for the iPhone, the controller is Bluetooth connected and compatible with the iPad.

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