geotrion uses the GPS feature of your iDevice (I’m tired of typing iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad okay?) to figure out your location. The objective of the game is to form a triangle with other geotrion players.
The Stuart Hughes recipe for success: gadget + gold + diamonds = PROFIT. The latest manifestation of that formula is of course a golden iPad (the 64GB WiFi + 3G model), supposedly made by Stuart’s wife Katherine.
What happens when you outfit your shiny new iPad with a couple of strips of extra-wide Velcro? You turn Apple’s portable tablet into a wall-mountable hands-free display, that’s what.
With strategically-placed strips of the toothy stuff, Jesse Rosten demonstrates a variety of nifty places you can stick your iPad once it’s been outfitted with Velcro.
Pixel sprites may be ancient by today’s standards, but they still retain their charm. They’re relatively easy to create, too, and with Terrible Games’ iPad app Sprite Something, game developers and artists can literally whip one up in seconds.
Some modders can really do amazing stuff. Check out this cool tablet PC mod from Chinese modder Pandepig (Google translation).
He used a normal 12″ laptop and stuffed it into a clear polycarbonate laptop cover. Then, he added a touch screen, controller, and secured everything in place with spacers, et voilà!
Tomena Sanner looks like it was produced by a team of drunk 8-year olds. By that I mean IT IS AWESOME.
The game stars businessman Mr. Susumu (susumu is Japanese for forward or continue), who is late for…something, and will not stop running until he gets to his destination, regardless of what’s in his way.
Now that you’ve got an iMac, an iPhone and an iPad, you need yet another Apple wonder-gadget, don’t you? While this concept design for a timepiece isn’t actually from Apple, it’s cool enough that it could be.
The iPad is a multitasking wonder – it’s a business tool, an e-book reader, a media player and a gaming system. Now we know it can also be a sports equipment, say, a skateboard.
Pro skater Chad Knight and Fuel TV host Jeff King test if the iPad is ride-worthy, and yes it is.
Combining three of geekdom’s favorite technologies, here’s a nifty hack which allows you to play old SNES games on your iPad and control them with a Wii-mote.
In order to pull it off yourself, you’ll need to jailbreak your iPad, then install the latest version snes4iphone.
Boy Genius Report has pics of the iPhone OS 4 beta 3 in action, showing some of the new features in store for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad owners. One of them is this totally new, magical, revolutionary concept that I can’t believe no one has thought of before: file sharing!
Someone forgot to tell Brando that Apple prefers form over function any day of the week. Brando’s Slim Bluetooth Keyboard may be one fugly gadget, but it is a lot more portable and cheaper than Apple’s own keyboard.
I have to agree that many people have no idea when to use their gadgets. I’m all for reading in the bathroom, but would you take your iPad with you?
Thankfully, Fast Company has come up with this great little cheat sheet, that you can cut out and take with you anywhere.
I can certainly understand that the print publishing industry is taking a beating with the poor economy, and many marketers moving ad buys online. I get that the print industry needs to sell issues to stay afloat.