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Macworld Best of Show – i4software Video Camera

Saturday, February 04th, 2012

Macworld 2012, the annual Apple expo and trade show, recently wrapped up in San Francisco.  The product named Best of Show was an app from i4software called Video Camera.  This video create and edit app, which is compatible with iPhone, iPodtouch and iPad, allows users to film, preview and edit videos from their device’s live camera view, then add music and titles before uploading the finished product to share on social media sites.  An intuitive user interface makes the process simple enough for a beginner while advanced features like optional manual controls make it powerful enough for a professional.  You can also with a variety of digital cameras to import and edit video clips.    

The Video Camera app sells for $7.99.  Find out more about i4software Video Camera on the official product website.

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iPad vs. Kindle Fire

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Now that Amazon has announced the Kindle Fire, the inevitable questions about how it stacks up against the iPad are being raised. The Fire costs about $300 less, but has these disadvantages compared to the iPad:

• Smaller screen (7 inches compared to the iPad’s 10 inches)
• No camera or microphone
• No creative or business apps
• Limited onboard memory

The bottom line is that you want a tablet to watch movies or read books and find the iPad to be too expensive and too large to be truly portable, the Kindle Fire could be you’re best bet. If you want to edit photos, manage a spreadsheet or perform some other functional task, the iPad is probably the better choice.

Read more analysis of the iPad vs. Kindle Fire question on the MSNBC GadgetBox blog.

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Apple Announces iCloud

Tuesday, June 07th, 2011

This week at Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced a new tool that will let iTunes users store their ripped and purchased music in the cloud, allowing songs to be backed up on Apple’s serves for a flat fee of $24.99 per year. This new storage option, aptly name iCloud, provides up to 5GB of free storage space for everyone who installs the Apple iOS 5 update (this includes iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices).

The iCloud service will also be available for users of iBooks. Apple announced that users have already downloads 130 million books from the iBookstore.

Apple’s iCloud will compete with other online storage and data sync services like Dropbox, Box.net and SugarSync. It will allow content to be pushed to various devices, allowing users to wirelessly sync media, documents, calendars, apps and more between their various mobile devices and a Mac or PC.

Read more about iCloud on the official Apple website.

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Launch of the Ipad 2

Friday, April 08th, 2011

Steve Jobs recently called the iPad “the most successful consumer product ever launched.” He might not be exaggerating since Apple sold 15 million of the devices in the first nine nine months after it was introduced. Last month the iPad 2 went on sale. This faster, smaller and lighter version of the iPad offers a variety of new features, including a faster processor, HD support and front-facing and rear-facing cameras.

A variety of new accessories are available for the iPad 2, including the magnetic Smart Cover (pictured above). However, If you plan on taking your new iPad 2 to the beach, you may want to invest in a water-resistant cover.

Read a full review of the IPad 2 on the MacWorld website.

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iPad Case, Lock and Cable

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

Everyone want to get their hands on an iPad. Protect yours from tampering and theft with the iPad Case, Lock and Cable. The iPad as delivered by Apple has no built-in security slot, so this hard, clear plastic case provides one. Leave the case on for everday protection, then connect the security cable to the case and wrap the other end around a fixed object to secure your iPad.

The iPad cable weighs less than one pound, is very flexible and features a sleek lock-head. It can be easily packed up and carried in a briefcase, purse or pocket.
You can buy the iPad Lock, Cable and Case in a bundle at Maclocks.com.

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ZuniConnect Travel Portable Router

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

The ZuniConnect Travel from ZuniDigital is a super-portable device that can turn a wired Ethernet connection into a secure WiFi hotspot, allowing intrepid travelers to share a single Internet connection with multiple devices. It also provides multiple USB ports for recharging all of a traveler’s gadgets. With many travelers carrying smart phone, laptop, iPad and maybe even a Kindle, there is a growing need for multiple Internet connections while away from home.

The ZuniConnect is only $60, a small price when you consider that in-room Internet connections run $10 – $15 per day per gadget. Find out more in this PCWorld article and on the ZuniDigital website.

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Top 10 Gadgets 2010

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

Time Magazine has just released its list of the Top 10 Gadgets of 2010.  For those who follow tech news, it should come as no surprise that Apple dominated the list.  A total of 4 Apple products made it to the list, including the iPad (number 1 on the list), the MacBook Air (number 3), the iPhone 4 (number 6) and the second-generation Apple TV (number 7).

The iPad was the big story in tech news in 2010.  It sold 3 million units in its first month on sale and is one of the most-wanted gifts for the 2010 holiday season.  Read how the iPad impacted 2010 on CNN Tech.

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Jobs Debuts Apple iPad

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010


After months of secrecy and speculation, Apple has finally officially announced its latest gadget – the iPad tablet. Steve Jobs himself unveiled the 10” touch screen device today at an invitation-only event in San Francisco. The iPad is expected to be a player in the e-book market which is currently dominated by Amazon’s Kindle. At the same time, it will serve as a larger version of the iPod Touch and be able to run the hundreds of thousands of apps in the iTunes App Store. Amazon seems to have anticipated this by putting out a call for developers to create applications for the Kindle.

The iPad also has a built-in iPod and can play iTunes music and video content. At $499, it might just give the Kindle a run for its money. You can see Jobs and the iPad in this YouTube video of today’s presentation. For a different take on the subject, see this blog post from The Onion.

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