The hidden objects genre is a perfect match for gaming on the iPad. Instead of having to click around with your mouse, you can tap an object the moment you find it on the screen.
If I’ve learned anything in my time writing about Apple news, its that rumors are just that, rumors. Last year, the supposed television set was the big buzz. Suppliers were reportedly making giant screens.
Adobe today announced the availability of Lightroom mobile, a companion app to Lightroom desktop software, only available as part of Adobe Creative Cloud. The new Lightroom mobile app brings powerful Lightroom tools to the iPad, delivering photography essentials – such as non-destructive processing of files – and utilizing new Smart Preview technologies to free professional-class photo editing …
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Adobe Lightroom Mobile Brings Professional-Class Photo Tools To iPad
I love cool iPad gadgets and I also love Kickstarter, which is why I think it’s hard to go wrong with an iPad connected food scale that is currently seeking funding. The scale is called SITU and it is a powerful way to track the nutritional content of the food we eat. The Kickstarter campaign is underway and has already earned pledges of £3,506 out of £35,000
Top 10 free and paid apps for the iPhone and iPad in Canada for the week ending March 30.
Today, Microsoft held a press briefing where they discussed the future of the company under the “Mobile First, Cloud First” campaign. In addition to demonstrating a number of services the company has to offer for end users, developers, and IT professionals, Microsoft officially announced that Office for iPad is available now in the App Store. Even more exciting, the suite of productivity apps is free to download
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Microsoft Announces Office for iPad, Freemium Download, Available Now
Camera Plus is one of those popular photography apps that has been around for years. It had a rough start, but has since improved in quality, design, and features. The most recent update brings with it two major features that lets you take pictures on your iPad remotely using your iPhone as the trigger
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‘Camera Plus’ Now with iPad Support, Use iPhone as Remote with AirSnap
The world is getting tired of waiting for Microsoft to make Office widely available on mobile devices.
Pizza Hut is heading toward the future. Last week, the company launched a concept commercial showing what it would be like to sit down at a table in the restaurant, build your own pizza, order it, and pay for it using a giant touch screen and your iPhone. We may not have flying cars and jetpacks, but I’d be happy with a table-sized iPad
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Pizza Hut Shows Off Giant iPad Table to Let Customers Build Their Own Pie