Newsweek present subscriptions for iPad

Yesterday, Newsweek became the first major magazine to offer digital subscriptions for the iPad. Newsweek first debuted its iPad app back in June, with individual copies available weekly for $2.99 each. Well, this was not much of a deal, since a six-month sub to the print version goes for $24.99, or about $1 per issue….

iOS 4.2 for iPad to be jailbroken on release

As when the iOS 4.2 for iPad is released in November then the jailbreakers don’t need to wait before they can have their way with their iPads. Here, iOS jailbreak expert iH8sn0w has released some images today of a jailbroken iPad running the iOS 4.2 firmware. The image above shows an iPad running the MobileTerminal…

Upcoming Acer Tablets in November

Earlier, Acer execs have scorned Apple’s iPad, the company has decided if you can’t lick ‘em, join ‘em. The Acer tabs are coming just in time for the holidays. Acer has seen its sales dip severely as customers chose the iPad over their line of netbooks, so now the company is launching its own line…

Barnes & Noble announced Nookcolor

Yesterday Barnes & Noble has launched its latest Nook e-reader and which is set to begin shipping in mid-November. Like its less-colorful predecessor, the Android-based Nookcolor can be used for reading digital books, magazines and newspapers, but also has added features like games, Web browsing, music and its own app store. After some time more…

Now Apple present free iPad engravings

Apple is now offering free iPad engravings, just in date for the holidays. Apple has always offered free ‘personalized’ iPod engravings. However, it marks the first date Apple have unveiled the same laser-engraving program for the iPad. Like iPod engraving, the iPad engraving is available at no additional cost and you can add up to…

Hollywood actors, writers, and producers tapping iPad to work

Earlier that it was summary as how Hollywood stars and producers alike have been quick to adopt the Apple iPad to help with their day-to-day work. J.J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof and Bryan Burk, director and producers for shows like LOST, Fringe and the Cloverfield movie respectively, have specifically been using the iPad as a main…

Bouncers Check A-List with iPads, now hard to just sneak in

Now the Clubbers at a Miami hotspot find out the dreaded answer to whether their names are on the guest list thanks to iPads. Door staff at LIV at the Fontainbleau Hotel use Apple’s magical tablet to check guest lists, table reservations and organize their email lists. Like wine lists for restaurants, this is a…

iPad meant for Medicine

The US emergency room doctors begin using the devices to order lab tests and medications; and other medical pros find other ways to deploy the Apple tablet. Here in Chicago area, doctors are increasingly using iPads as medical tools, accessing medical records, showing X-rays and other lab tests and more. A report from Chicago’s Sun…

Apple sales go sky high due to iPad, iPhone

Yesterday Apple has released its fourth-quarter sales, results were beyond analysts estimates, helped greatly by the demand for iPads and iPhones. Apple reported record sales today if $20.3 billion for the period ending in September, largely due to the high demand for iPads and iPhones. The company’s net income rose to $4.31 billion from $2.53…

Apple hunt for authorization to sell iPad in South Korea

California giant Apple is seeking approval to sell its iPad in South Korea, the telecommunications regulator said Tuesday, after the iPhone’s local popularity fanned interest in the tablet computer. The Korea Communications Commission said in a statement it would make a decision within five days on the request by Apple’s Korean unit for technical approval….