Video: G-Form Goes Skydiving with the iPad!


I’ve taken my iPad plenty of places over the last year and a half. I’ve dropped it not once. Ok, to be honest, my daughter did one time, but that’s it! I swear! Even so, it’s good to know that if I ever find myself jumping from an airplane, or skyscrapper, large cliff, or the roof of my house…that G-Form has got my shiny device covered. Check out the video below!

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November 15th in iPad News by

The iPad, Storefronts, Online Shopping and the Apps that Fight for Your Money


This is a guest post by Jesse Langley.

Retailers have long been trying to decide whether to push consumers towards their stores or to their online shopping websites. The internal struggle has spilled over into the app world, with a number of stores producing apps that drive consumers to their websites, while also partnering with apps that are more location-based.  Read on…

November 14th in iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad News, Mac by

iPads replacing MacBook Pros at an Apple Store Genius Bar near you


Apple continues pushing the post-PC era by making replacing MacBook Pros with iPads at its Genius Bar.  The move signals Apple is further moving away from its larger suite of products to their new generation of touch-enabled iOS devices. Read on…

November 14th in Jailbreak by

How to Hack Simple Games (Jailbreak Required)


Today, you will learn how to hack simple games. Any game that doesn’t encode save data can be considered simple, as no decrypting is needed, and information can simply be edited. Read on…

November 14th in iOS, iPad 2, iPad News, iPhone, iPod by

Steve Jobs claims posthumous victory as Adobe abandons mobile Flash


Adobe first claimed they didn’t need the iPad and iPhone, then changed their mind, announcing they were making Flash more iOS friendly, and now the company will stop developing Flash on future mobile devices (smartphones, tablets), and will instead focus its efforts on HTML5 development. Read on…

November 13th in iOS, iPad News, iPhone, iPod by

iOS 5 update fails to cure iPhone battery woes for some, adds new problems


Some iPhone 4S owners continue to complain of poor battery life, and some new problems after Thursday’s update of iOS 5. Read on…

iSkin – Premium Accessories for iPhone, iPad, and iPod


iSkin is a company that produces a variety of cases for your iPhone, iPod, and iPad. I had never used one of their products so when it was recommended I check them out, I asked for a couple review items and they graciously provided two for me to get a good idea as what they were about…so I could pass that information along to you all. Read on…

November 12th in iPad 2, iPad News by

Kindle Fire vs. iPad – The buying public speaks out [Infographic]

iPad 2 vs Kindle Fire

After Amazon unveiled the Kindle Fire in September some believed the device would be the iPad’s strongest tablet competitor to date due to several factors: price, size, and content availability. Read on…

November 11th in iPad 2, iPad News by

Survey claims 25 percent of iPad owners only use the device once a week


Despite selling 11.1 million iPads in the September quarter and estimates that Apple will sell 14 million more in the current quarter, a new survey claims only 25 percent of iPad owners use their device only once a week. Read on…

Softsign – Sign documents and more on your iPad and iPhone


Many would not find an app touting the “the ability to sign legal documents, contracts and forms on your iPhone and iPad” as exciting, but Softsign IS exciting, offering much more than document signing. Read on…

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