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January 2, 2013

Seventeen Million Activations on Xmas

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It was certainly a very merry, electronic Xmas. According to a recent Flurry Study, 17.4 million activations took place on December 25 for iOS and Android devices. This was up an incredible 332% increase from the daily December average and more than doubled from last year's total. More tablets were activated on that date than phones and iPads dominated the category. The
KindleFire HD
did well, too. Check out the entire survey for more details.

Via Flurry

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November 27, 2012

Try Foosball on Your iPad

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The same clever company that put out Jackpot Slots and Pinball Magic has a new game. New Potato's Classic Match Foosball can be used with your iPad and comes with 8 usable 2-axis control bars and scoring markers. The app-enabled toy does almost everything its full sized brother does, including being able to play tournament games. With both game and crowd sounds, it includes customization, multiple layouts and 3D instant replay. Sign me up, Scotty, as the mini-table carries a $99.99 price.

Via New Potato

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November 23, 2012

Freakin' Friday! Apple Lightning Connections

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Apple now has a Lightning to USB Cable for those who were thinking generic. While discouraging third party manufacturers of same, it can be used for syncing or charging and is compatible with the latest iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The company has also released a Lightning to 30-Pin Adapter.

Via Apple

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November 15, 2012

Elecom iPad Case/Keyboard

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Elecom has managed to combine the efficiency of a full-sized keyboard with the protection of an iPad case. It also can be used as a stand when folded up. Bluetooth compatible, about 0.9 " thickness is added to the iPad and using it will not block its charging port. The TK-FBP048ECBK runs on a lithium ion battery that is USB compatible for charging and has a MSRP of ¥16,884 (~$212.00)

Via Elecom (translated)

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November 1, 2012

iPad and iPad mini to Finally Arrive

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While Apple finally unveiled both the iPad mini and the 4th generation of iPad, it remains to be seen how well they deliver as the mini white has already sold out. Those who pre-ordered from the Online Store will undoubtedly see a delay and those who still want them are camping out at Apple's retail shops. Those who get them in their eager little hands will have at least four days of play before standing in line at their local Polling Place.

Via Apple Store

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June 22, 2012

Freakin' Friday! Mediacal AirStrap Med

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The AirStrap Med was built for iPads used by the medical community even when traveling. Sanitizable, it is lightweight and gives full access to its touch display, even when wearing latex gloves. Compatible with the latest gen iPad and iPad 2, Griffen Technology uses actual doctors and nurses when designing the case that has a 2-part frame and built-in screen shield. Non-medical personnel can also use the case at an $89.99 price, or a less expensive AirStrap that comes with a neoprene safety strap.

Via Griffin

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June 14, 2012

Free iPads in Airport OTG Eateries

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LaGuardia Airport, St. Paul International and Toronto Pearson Airport have found a fun way to amuse patrons waiting for a delayed flight. OTG Management runs airport restaurants and is incorporating 2,500 iPads for free usage. Both the software and the tablets themselves will be locked in but still isers can surf, play games and check Facebook. The program will be completed over the next year or so and OTG plans to expand up to 100,000 iPads if it is successful.

Via Gigaom

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March 21, 2012

ClamCase Protects iPads

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Whether you waited in line for hours or pre-ordered your iPad, there are already accesories out for it. The ClamCase was designed for the iPad 2 but will also work with your new acquisition. It comes with a multi-purpose stand with 360º hinge. Also included is a full QWERTY keyboard with 14 specialty keys. Its lithium Ion battery has a power indicator.

Via iPad Cases

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January 23, 2012

Apple Aids Students and Authors

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Apple has always included students in its fan base and we can still remember when the first computers in school were Macs. These days they are hoping it will be the iPad that makes the proverbial grade with iBooks, with over 20,000 educational apps for teachers to take advantage of.

And for writers who want to self publish, the free iBooks Author is a fairly simplified tool that uses copy/paste for text or importing from a Word or Pages document. Drag and drop images and use included widgets if desired.

So no more excuses. Go write the next great American (or international) novel. After completion convert to PDF or peddle it in the iBookstore.

Via Apple

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January 20, 2012

Freakin' Friday! Belkin Kitchen Cabinet Mount

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Belkin has some of the most innovative accessories so it is no surprise that it won a CES Innovation Award for Portable Multimedia Accessories. This Kitchen Cabinet Mount can keep your iPad handy for following a recipe or watching a flick while washing dishes. It can also be used to attach to shelves or other surfaces. No tools are needed as it has a simple adjustable clamp.

Via Belkin

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December 28, 2011

Swivl Acts as Moving Tripod

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The Swivl, formerly known as the Star, is Satarii's idea of a "vloggers dream mobile accessory." Compatible with both iPhones/iPods/iPads and Flip cams, the portable dock can rotate 360º to follow you around as you perform the next big viral video. Add the app and you can remotely trigger recording as it locks focus. Sign up to be one of the first to own it when it arrives early next year.

Via Swivl

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November 21, 2011

Steve's Legacy - iPads Everywhere

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It seems that iPads are becoming quite handy in the grand scheme of things. Schools in New York City, Chicago, California and Virginia will be incorporating them in their curriculum. Eighty nine disabled voters in Oregon will be first to vote on the tablet, and soon it will become statewide. Even sports teams are getting in on the concept as both the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Baltimore Ravens use them for playbooks.

The iPad is finding its way into the medical community as well. They can be used for electronic medical records, physicians keep track of medical records and patients long distance and med students utilize them. Undoubtedly, this is only the beginning of its future on the planet. Steve would be proud.

Via Apple iPad

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October 12, 2011

Pogoplug Goes Mobile

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Just as the original Pogoplug turned a USB hard drive into a NAS server,
Mobile
can do the same or use an SD card for storage. Stream music, video and photos to your iPhone, iPad or Android device with one button. There are no storage limits and no need to download to multiple devices. For Android users, back up is automatic and wireless and it goes without saying that the device is compatible with the company's desktop software. Pre-order for a mid-October delivery with an affordable $79.99 price.

Via PogoPlug

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October 6, 2011

LaunchPort WallStation Houses iPad 2

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Since this appears to be tablet week on NAV we decided to include a handy accessory for your iPad 2. The LaunchPort WallStation not only lets you park it there with magnetic mounting, you can also rotate it 360º with its PowerShuttle and charge it wirelessly with its Mini USB port. You can pre-order now for $199.00.

Via Launchport

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