Dear Aunt TUAW, I decided to sell my iPad 1 and pick up an iPad 2 or 3. not sure which one yet. I will see what the [next iPhone] launch brings.
Kicking off this week’s must-have apps roundup is a stunning new weather app called Solar, which boasts a simple, intuitive user interface and a no frills approach that doesn’t suffocate you with information you’re not interested in. There’s also a great new drawing and animation app from Disney that you and your kids will love; Related StoriesThe Walking Dead: The Game Slouches Toward Your iPad, iPhoneThis Week’s Must-Have iOS Games: Walking Dead, Fur Fighters, Total Recall & More [Roundup]A New iOS App Lets You Send Pictures via Sound!Why Apple Is Buying AuthenTecFriday Night Fights: What’s Better? The 3.5-Inch iPhone or Android’s 4+ Inch Superphones?
Laaaaaaaaaaadies and Gentlemen, welcome to Friday Night Fights, a new series of weekly deathmatches between two no-mercy brawlers who will fight to the death — or at least agree to disagree — about which is better: Apple or Google, iOS or Android? After this week’s topic, someone’s going to be spitting teeth. Our question: What’s Better?
I’m sure by now you’ve been subjected to the perpetual cat fight between Samsung and Apple. Just when I thought Samsung couldn’t taunt Apple any further they go ahead and launch another ad for their “The next big thing is already here” campaign. Their newest ad, which is set to smear your screen during the
A new iPad, iPhone or other shiny electronic device is an attractive target for thieves, as Wall Street Journal reporter Rolfe Winkler now knows first-hand. But there are a few simple tactics to reduce your chances of having a device stolen from you, and the mobile industry is looking at further ways to make electronic devices less attractive targets for thieves. Winkler and a date were on a NYC subway train looking at an ebook while the train slowed and stopped at the Bergen Street station in Brooklyn.
For over 15 years, the film industry has been undergoing a steady transition to digital. First it was editing that was primarily affected, as programs like Avid Media Composer and Final Cut Pro offered better alternatives than reel-to-reel cutting. Next came shooting on digital video, instead of physical film.
Time Out has just released Time Out London for iPad. The app offers users a curated mix of suggestions for things to see and do in the host city of the 2012 Olympics. Time Out London for iPad has a Flipboard-esque look and feel to it. On the app’s home screen you’re presented with multiple tiles, each one representing a venue, restaurant, museum or other attraction.
Instead of talking about something new here today, we thought it would be a good idea to do a little recap of some deals, freebies, and giveaways that, well, you should know about! Like the iStack Bundle (extended through tonight!) or Website optimization ebook or the Retina MacBook Pro giveaway. More after the jump.