Presenting you the first iPad Street Musician!

Here the above picture shows a Russian hippie girl known to be the first iPad street musician. The First iPad Street Musician? from Alex Shpil on Vimeo. Earlier there was also the first iPhone performance by Hong Kong rock band RedNoon and now there is the first iPad street musician a Russian hippie with a…

Scrabble introduced as the first paid game app on Kindle

Electronic Arts has released an official Scrabble game for the Amazon Kindle e-reader. This new release of Scrabble becomes the first paid game and application for an e-reader. The game itself requires simple, five-directional navigation and shows up on the home screen next to other games and books. Congratulations to Electronics Arts for becoming a…

Soon more iPad to be offered to other retail outlets

Very soon the Apple iPad will be available to many consumers starting next week. It was reported earlier that Best Buy will be selling the iPad in all of its 1,093 stores in America. Best Buy previously only sold the device in their stores that offered an Apple shop inside. According to Tech Data Corporation,…

iOS 3rd most popular after Windows, Mac

According to Net Applications, they have reported that iOS has passed Linux to become the third most popular platform accessing the World Wide Web. With a 1.1% share, they’re still behind big brother Mac OS X’s 5% and way behind Windows all-encompassing 91.3% share. However, for a mobile OS, particularly considering the next most popular…

California Law School in US to go iPad

On August 25, 2010, Monterey College of Law, a California accredited law school located in Seaside became the first California law school in the US to adopt the iPad as an integral part of the law school curriculum. Law students at Monterey College of Law returned from summer break to the exciting news that they…

Apple Going To Produce First Live Broadcast to iPhone

Apple will produce its first-ever live event streamed to the iPhone: a concert by the electronica band Underworld. Head to iphone.akamai.com or underworldlive.com to queue up. The show starts at midnight Eastern US time and the stream is free. The broadcast is thought to be a test/showcase for Apple’s new HTTP streaming protocol which uses…