Report: iPad 3 Getting Announced First Week Of March.

AllThingsD has several sources allegedly confirming the iPad 3 is getting its grand reveal sometime during the first week of March. The date is believable for a number of reasons, most notably the recent rash of rumored iPad 3 parts leaking out. First it was the back casing. Then it was talk of the A6 processor being a more efficient dual-core processor — not the quad-core it has been long rumored to be. This morning it is Sharp’s 2048 x 1536 9.7″ display,…

Hands On: Tweetbot For iPad.

Hands On: Tweetbot For iPad.

Tweetbot 2.0 for iPhone is finally here. Now what? Get Tweetbot for iPad of course! Ok. So Tweetbot isn’t a universal app. In our opinion, it’s easily worth the $6 spread across two devices. We, as well as countless iPad users who use and abuse Twitter have been waiting for months to get Tweetbots beautiful pixels all over their 9.7″ of Cupertino-designed glass. And now that Tweetbot for iPad is available, what do we think? It’s great! It is robust…

iOS 5.1 March 9th Date Revealed In New Carrier Profiles?

iOS 5.1 March 9th Date Revealed In New Carrier Profiles?

Finding the next big hardware or software update in the Apple-sphere is a never-ending race. Most times it takes a few very well placed sources or determined, patient souls to weed through mountains of lines of code in .plist files and so on. This time, strike one for the code sniffers. New carrier profiles recently released by Apple contain a line of code that points to March 9th as the go-live date for said profiles, which in turn could very well mean that’s when…

Rhapsody Update Brings New Tablet UI To Android App.

We’ve been pretty unimpressed with the Android tablet scene thus far. The hardware has been drool worthy, for sure, but when it comes to software, things are sorely lacking. Thankfully that situation is changing (albeit slowly). Today, Rhapsody released their new 2.2.2.380 update to their popular Android app, with the most important addition being a new UI for tablets. Quite simply, Rhapsody did a pretty awesome job. The tablet UI for the updated Android app is…

Oh Look! ZTE Is Releasing A Galaxy Tab.

The Android tablet market is a crowded, dirty affair. If you ask us, it’s kind of like an underground fight club. Really. Lawsuits fly like punches left and right, with each side caring little for the other. They all, of course, have the ultimate goal in sight — your hard earned cash. That said, we’re not sure ZTE’s new V66 Android tablet has what it takes. The hardware is certainly up there with the other king pins of the Android tablet world…

Camera/Smartphone/Tablet/Laptop Hybrid Concept Makes Our Innards Ooze With Glee.

Gadgets are becoming so multifunctional these days it’s almost as if we’re loosing borders between distinct product categories. While in some senses it can be seen as bad, we generally think it’s a good direction to go towards. Why carry 10 devices when 1 can do everything just as well? Unfortunately, that 1 miracle device has yet to arrive. Smartphones and tablets are a good start, but there’s something still missing. Whatever it is that is missing…

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