Posts Tagged ‘iPad’
With the at-the-ready convenience of smartphone cameras, most iPhone owners now use the device as their primary method for taking pictures. But the ease and simplicity of snapping memorable moments on your phone can quickly lead to a library of hundreds or even thousands of photos. Going back to find that perfect shot to post ...Read more.
Just in time for finale season and the beginning of summertime shows, Belkin released its Dyle Mobile TV receiver for Apple devices. The mobile TV receiver is designed to enable live broadcast television content to be watched on your iPhone or iPad using the Dyle TV App. What makes this device stand out from other ...Read more.
College students all over the country are enjoying the last few days of summer and preparing for their return to campus life. Stocking up on dorm room supplies, a revamped wardrobe and a semester’s worth of books can make this a tough month on their (and their parent’s) wallets. Technology is another unavoidable expense in ...Read more.
The ability to have your entire library in the palm of your hand is the ultimate promise of an e-reader. But what about the books already on your shelf? You know – those classics that you’ve had for years, back when a nook was just a place where you could curl up and read.
Rumors have been circulating for quite some time that Microsoft is working on a version of Office for your iOS device. If you’re inclined to believe some screen shots that have recently been circulating, the release may be imminent. Handling of Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents has been a question mark for users since the ...Read more.
The future of technology lies in mobility. From iPads to smartphones, users want to access their information and connect with each other from any location. This goes for technology in schools too. The Education Publishing blog put together its top 10 trends and predictions for mobile learning in 2012: Increased proliferation of tablet and smartphones ...Read more.
The Kindle Fire has a plethora of features to play games, watch TV shows and movies and share pictures that put it in a league with leading tablet devices. Add these to its affordable price tag and the Fire poses a serious threat to the iPad. But Amazon’s latest move shows that it is returning ...Read more.
The rumor mills have been churning ever since The Daily reported that Microsoft plans to bring its Office suite to Apple’s iPad. This move would bring together the world’s most popular business software with the most successful tablet on the market. With no other tablet, save Windows devices, currently running MS Office, the new Excel, ...Read more.
The ING New York City Marathon is this weekend, and the New York Road Runners have teamed up with the developers of MapMyRun to create an app that allows spectators to track specific runners, receive news reports and find out about events and entertainment occurring along the route. The NYC marathon attracts more than two ...Read more.
Jeff Bezos’ announcement yesterday about Amazon’s latest line of products has the tech world buzzing. But educators have reason to be just as excited about the Kindle Fire, with its variety of uses in the classroom and on campus. The 7” design makes handling easy for all students, from youngsters in kindergarten to college athletes. ...Read more.