Digital surveillance company D-Link just announced the launch of their newest remote camera. Thanks to the Pan & Tilt Day/Night Network Camera, users can monitor the goings on in their home from just about anywhere with the help of their iPad. Read More »
In April of 2012, Logitech launched one of their most popular iPad accessories to date, the Ultrathin Keyboard Cover. This sleek, sturdy case snaps onto your iPad to protect it, but also turns into a keyboard so that you can type with full functionality on your Apple tablet. The retail price of the Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad is $99.99, but you can get a factory refurbished one today from DealFisher for only $35.99.
I’m having a hard time deciding if Norway is smart or paranoid as a report is confirmed that Apple has been refused permission to photograph Oslo from airplanes to create 3D models for its Maps app. I understand the basic security concerns surrounding the issue but it seems that other platforms such as Google Maps with Street View present much of the same issue.
As reported by the BBC, Norway is concerned about government buildings and restricted areas, and after the bomb scare and killing spree several years ago it makes sense. Governmental security is also a hot topic right now with the NSA under scrutiny following security leaks and this is affecting how things are handled around the globe.
Earlier this week, AllThingsD reported that unnamed sources with insider information said that Apple will unveil its next iPhone at a special event on Sept. 10. While this would still be filed under the “rumor” category, it comes with a helping of legitimacy as AllThingsD has a good relationship with Apple. Amid the fervor of speculation that followed the report, analysts are coming up with their predictions for the lineup that will come with the fall event.
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.
In an attempt to generate more interest in the company, Hertz is rolling out a new in-store program that features iPad kiosks so that patrons can check out nearby attractions, kids can play games, and travelers can charge their devices while they wait.
According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal, the next generation iPad will be just like its younger brother – Thinner, lighter, and with the same touch screen technology as the iPad mini. We’ve heard these rumors before, but it somehow seems more legitimate when it comes from WSJ
Unnamed Asian suppliers with “knowledge of the matter” told WSJ that Apple is using the same film-based touch panel in the production of the iPad that is currently being used in the iPad mini. The lighter, thinner material will shave a few points off of the full-sized tablet’s specs.
BlackBerry has been in the spotlight a lot over the past few months. The company announced that it was hard at work creating a revolutionary new operation system, BB10. Research in Motion changed its name to just “BlackBerry.” Blackberry Messenger, the chat client for BlackBerry users was made into an iOS app. The company even launched a new device management service that would allow bosses to keep track of iPhones and iPads, too.
After all of these changes, new products, and reinventions, today the company announced that it is looking for a buyer and is exploring “strategic alternatives.”
It’s Monday again. Is the weekend already over? Well, at least we have new apps and games to talk about. Every Thursday, Apple spotlights one or more amazing app as an Editor’s Choice. Apps range from high-quality graphics games to pro level photo editing programs. Last week, Apple bestowed the honor on Dropchord for incorporating music and gameplay in an exciting way.
This week, Disney gets the nod for its new Animated app. If you’ve ever wondered how a full-length feature animation is made, you’ll get all the answers you need from this informative app.