A YouTube video surfaced today that depicts Walmart employees bragging about how they throw, drop and spike iPad boxes in the warehouse. The creators will no doubt lose their jobs, but have they also tainted Walmart's image as a reliable retailer?
The new iPad has landed! You can preorder Apple’s third iPad installment today, and if you do it sounds like you’ll get a serious upgrade. It boasts a super-sharp pixel Retina display, a new camera (with more megapixels), 1080p video recording capability, a much faster processor, more graphic performance, and more memory…oh and it’s 4G ready.
One of the first things most people do when they get a smartphone or iPad is buy a case to protect it from accidental drops. Cases themselves range from purely decorative to nearly hardhat-industrial — and now one iPad case manufacturer, G-Form, has put its products to the ultimate test.
In honor of the 10th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center, Steve Rosenbaum, a documentary film producer and web developer, has created an app called The 9/11 Memorial: Past, Present and Future.
Back in June, possessions belonging to the notorious Ponzi-schemer Bernie Madoff were auctioned off, with the proceeds going towards his victims. Among the books, chairs, and Rolex watches were his pricey clothes, many of which were purchased by entrepreneur John Vaccaro, who has turned Madoff’s cashmere sweaters and designer pants into iPad cases.
I just got an iPad and there goes the neighborhood! (literally, i'll never see it again because i'll be indoors on my iPad). This thing is so sweet. For those of you also embracing such modern technology, check out this article. I've only provided a portion of it which talks about how some popular gadgets, like the iPad, were innovated. There might be an underlying lesson to take away here too. Le