If you just love it when new technology makes life more fun and enjoyable, then you'll get a kick out of this. Disney AppMATes is a a new line of toys that comes to life digitally when used with an Apple iPad. (This is mostly for kids but don't we all have a kid still living inside of us?)
Your iPad can now be turned into a virtual play mat! First up is Disney/Pixar's Cars 2. Each vehicle has sensors that are recognized as a unique footprint by the app which… Continue
How do you get the most out of your iPad, especially when it comes to reading the news? In our last "tip" article for Intel's My Life Scoop we bring you the top 6 iPad apps for quick news reading. Check them out.…
Ready for our next big tip? It's time to check out some creative iPad apps!
With all the apps being made for the iPad, you can now easily stretch your imagination and creativity like never before. For designers, artists or those who are just interested in creative fields, the iPad can be an exciting new tool, a place to do everything from sketch out new ideas… Continue
If you're looking to get your hands on a brand new iPad 2, don't get bamboozled by spammers, look to Intel to hook you up.
As you may (or may not) be aware, over the past two quarters we've been working with Intel to put together some tech tips for their My Life Scoop website.
Some of the most popular articles we've written are:… Continue
With 76 Synthesizer, Swedish designer Jonas Eriksson has created the sexiest iPad app interface to date. The retro synthesizer app looks so magnificently detailed and realistic, it makes it easier for people to understand how it works.
The patch cords and voltage meters might look intimidating and abstruse in the real world, but they become playful and inviting when embedded in the… Continue
Added by Eugene on December 18, 2010 at 4:30pm —
As the amazing follow-up to his beautiful and moving photography books Wisdom and Creature, MUSIC is photographer Andrew Zuckerman's latest and greatest endeavor. This time, Zuckerman released the MUSIC iPad app - a first-of-its-kind book extension. The MUSIC app, like… Continue
Big ups to the New Yorker for getting Jason Schwartzman to hilariously demonstrate their new iPad app. The ad, directed by Roman Coppola, follows Schwartzman in strangely mesmerizing scenes. I love his… Continue
Added by alice on September 27, 2010 at 4:48pm —
If you love the feel of a book in your hands, you'll love this new case by TwelveSouth. Just like BookBook for MacBook, BookBook for iPad wraps your treasured iPad in an old vintage style case. The hardback leather case is also handmade, one-of-a-kind, and doubles as a fully adjustable stand. There… Continue
If you enjoy flipping through magazines and you find your Facebook and Twitter friends interesting, this iPad app is for you. Flipboard takes popular news sources you choose as well as your Facebook and Twitter feeds and uses the information to create an interactive magazine or "your personal magazine--that includes not just status updates, but links, photos, videos, and whatever else your friends have shared. So it's not a static list of tweets, but rather an amalgam… Continue
We're just starting to see just what artists can do with the Brushes app on the iPad. Watch as U.K.-based digital artist Kyle Lambert makes a beautiful portrait of singer/actress Beyonce...with just one finger! What amazing talent.
The time-lapse video took one six hour session and condensed it down to less than two minutes. Very nicely done.
Now this is how to embrace the iPad! When American realist David Jon Kassan started thinking of creative ways to use the iPad, he decided that a fingerpainting demo would be in order. On Monday, June 21st, he streamed the demo live from his Brooklyn studio. As onlookers watched, he painted his model for three hours and then proceeded to answer questions on how he used the iPad and the Brushes app.
While the jury is still out as to whether an iPad is just a giant iPod Touch or a whole new, "magical" experience, we can all agree that we're just starting to see what this baby can do. I received mine a few weeks ago and I know I still have a long ways to go before I feel like I'm really putting it to good use.
One of the coolest things we're seeing lately is how people are using their iPad. For instance, in this video, a user mounted theirs in a kitchen… Continue
As a person who loves to be on top of pop culture, I'm super excited about Entertainment Weekly's iPad app. What's so special about it? Well, first Entertainment Weekly decided to only reproduce one part of its print experience, the weekly Must List. The Must List is the 10 things… Continue
With all the media hype that came with the debut of the iPad, I thought it would be fitting to poke a little fun at the "magical" and "revolutionary" device. Granted, I'm a committed Apple fan with my iMac and my iPhone so it hurts me a little bit when techies bash the innocent, little thing. No matter, I'm sure just like the iPod and the iPhone we'll all be jonesing for…
At first glance, BookArc just looks like a chunk of metal. And yes, well, it is. But what makes it so interesting is that it elevates your iPad and lets you position it, turning that other chunk of metal into a slew of different devices.
"Park it on your desk to watch streaming news feeds. Set BookArc on the kitchen counter and swipe through a cookbook. Place BookArc… Continue