We have already seen iPad being used by Hollywood directors, installed in the cars, being used in restaurants as menu cards, and how some airlines are thinking about adopting it as an inflight entertainment system for its passengers in the skies. And now besides its entertainment and commercial uses, iPad is slowly creeping into military training arena. At the Royal School of Artillery in Wiltshire, UK, iPads are used in classrooms to train soldiers. Early reports indicate that this experiment so far has been successful in accelerating their learning, thanks largely to the natural interactive experience which is said to have been responsible for this.
We have already seen iPad installed in the cars, being used in restaurants as menu cards, and how some airlines are thinking about adopting it as an inflight entertainment system for its passengers in the skies. But how about a popular movie director using iPad to direct his upcoming movie? Sounds cool isn’t it?
By now, you might have come across many different iPad and iPhone mods but none of them can come close to this one! Kazu Terasaki has designed a pair of robotic legs for his iPad and iPhone that enables the two said devices to do some walking! amazing isn't it? Check out the video after the break to see it for yourself.
We have already seen iPad installed in the cars, and how airlines are thinking about adopting it as an inflight entertainment system for its passengers in the skies. And now a restaurant owner in Australia has found another use of iPad – to replace printed menus in restaurants with iPad-based interactive menu cards !
Remember what Steve Jobs said about how “Magical” the iPad was? Well a young Japanese magician Shinya has performed a series of tricks right outside an Apple Store to prove just that.
After successfully selling one million iPads in the first month of its launch, Apple today in a press release has announced that they have now sold two million iPads in the first two months, making it an average selling of one million iPads every month. This is what Steve Jobs had to say on this occasion.
The BTstack Mouse app for iPhone that we demonstrated on iPad last week has been updated to bring support for iPad. This new version brings stability, bug fixes and performance improvements for the new Apple device. The only disappointment about the update is that it still runs in the native iPhone resolution. You can run it in full iPad resolution by using this hack posted here.
We just stumbled upon a video on YouTube by 1938digital in which “fake” Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer reviews the latest revolution of Apple in his very own trademark style. In his review, Ballmer explains why the iPad sucks, and how a new Microsoft Tablet with Windows 7, Windows Mobile, Azure, the Cloud and God knows what else is going to rule this market.
Apple doesn’t like to kid around when they’re talking about numbers. In a press release today, Apple has revealed that they have sold 1,000,000 units in the first month of it’s launch. This according to Apple is less than half of the 74 days it took for the original iPhone EDGE to achieve the same milestone back in 2007.
According to the sources at TechCrunch, HP has dropped Windows 7 + Intel based hardware for its ambitious tablet project because “It’s too power hungry”. This news, which is yet to be confirmed by HP comes only a few hours after it was confirmed that Microsoft Courier Tablet wont see the light of day.