There are plenty of reasons to wall mount for your iPad, especially if you want to use it on a regular basis in your kitchen to read recipes, watch videos, or to use as a pseudo-intercom in combination with Facetime or Skype.
We all know that kids love iPads and iPhones. They love the games, the touch-based OS and basically it’s impossible to get your iDevice back when it gets into the hands of a toddler. The Totoya Creatures cases are meant to house your iPhone or iPad and encourage your kids to play with them even more.
Remember that gorgeous Interactive Starry Night? It certainly put a high tech spin on one of Van Gogh’s most inspiring works. It’s one of my favorite pieces of art, especially the wind. Initially, I wondered if the guy who made it would release it for other platforms so that more people could enjoy it.
I’ve always thought that iPads are underused when it comes to handwriting and sketching purposes – mostly because of their lack of a precise and comfortable stylus. But even without the perfect input device, FiftyThree just released their awesome sketching and writing app for iPads.
Everyone who’s trying to lose weight or to stay fit knows that a good scale is an important part of keeping on track. This isn’t the first high-tech scale that I’ve come across, but it sure looks futuristic, kind of like a transporter pad from Star Trek, probably a way to entice to actually step onto it rather than not.
With all of the gadgets people are carrying around these days, it makes sense to keep some cables with you, just in case you need to connect some of them together. This new kit from Incase looks pretty sweet, and the fact that the cables come color-coded makes them even easier to find in the provided handy case.
Space Invaders never seems to get old, as proven by this clock app and game for iOS devices. Space Timeders will let you waste good time before going to bed. The game is fun and the idea is pretty cool.
The new iPad (which some people like to call the iPad 3) was released last Friday. Sure, some people are complaining about how the device gets too hot after continuous use, but that still won’t detract tons of people who will eventually get the device.
Are you looking for a way to let the world know that you can’t sing but you don’t care anyway? There’s a stand for that. The Karaoke Anywhere for the iPad 2 is basically a speaker with two microphone inputs, allowing you and a friend to assault ears anywhere there’s an AC outlet.
While there are already quite a few different keyboard cases out there for iPads, depending on where you are located or how exactly you use your iPad, this new one might be a good option for mobile warriors, especially those of you who prefer a white case to a black one.
The FAA cleared the iPad and other devices for use in cockpits of commercial aircraft by pilots late last year. The approval was made to reduce the load on pilot by allowing them to have digital copies of charts and flight manuals rather than roughly 30 pounds of books with them every flight.
The inclusion of docks for iOS devices in many media players and other gadgets is great, but it’s hard to use your gadget while it’s docked. What will happen to your tiny tower’s bitizens then? CableJive provides a solution to that problem the only way it knows how: with a cable.
This just in: iFixit has torn down Apple’s new iPad and found lots of new things inside. Sounds like a stock headline, except Apple really is calling the new iPad “the new iPad” – or is it just “iPad?”
So you’re about to receive your new iPad, whether it’s by mail or you’re picking it up at an Apple store. You’ll have to get a nice, new docking solution for it, right? Check out the Billet Dock that’s available through Kickstarter.