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Since March when we discovered Lilypad, Dave Foster and Wireless NRG have made tremendous efforts to prepare the world’s most robust solar powered iPad case for its release. We are pleased to announce that Lilypad is not only Apple certified, but currently available for pre-order.
On June 6th, Apple previewed iOS 5, the latest version of the world’s most advanced mobile operating system. On the same day, Apple also released a beta version of iOS 5 exclusively to iOS Developer Program members. The iOS 5 beta release includes over 200 new features that will be available to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch [...]
Earlier today, Apple issued a short press release that was uncharacteristically forward for the secretive company. Not only did the release confirm that Steve Jobs himself would be leading the keynote, but it also announced a brand new service – iCloud – for the first time.
I recently came across an article suggesting just how horrible the iPad camera really is, and the basis for this claim is the number of Flickr users leveraging their iPad for uploading photos to the popular photo centric site. Are you serious?
Yesterday, Google announced a new plan to bring “Chromebooks”, cheap netbooks that run one app and one app only: the Chrome web browser, to business and education using a revolutionary new pricing scheme.
Motorola Mobility today disclosed their financial results for the first quarter, and we finally have a head count on the total number of Motorola Xoom tablets shipped.
Apple’s fiscal year 2011 second quarter results conference call is over, and the iPad sales figures are finally out! 4.7 million iPad’s have been sold at the conclusion of the fiscal second quarter, which ended March 26, 2011.
If you’re looking to tune in to Apple’s fiscal year 2011 2nd quarter results conference call, we’ve got all the information you need to join the party.