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By Bradley on June 29, 2010
Discovered a new app that really takes advantage of the iPads sharp and colorful display. Check out “The Guardian Eyewitness” in the App Store. The App accesses amazing photographs from the top news stories from around the world from the last couple of weeks. The App also offers pro-tips on many of the photos and [...]
By Phyllis on June 17, 2010
The iPad is easy to use and mostly intuitive. I had a quick run-through on general operations after picking it up from IT earlier this morning. First app I tried out was the Calendar and finally was able to set tomorrow’s blogger meeting time and location. Next, I used the Maps app and found a [...]
By Bradley on June 9, 2010
Who doesn’t have a facebook account these days? With friends, family, and nearly everyone updating statuses and populating news feeds, facebook has been one the top sites to stay fresh with content that is generated by peers within your social network. However, if you have browsed the site on the iPad one of the frustrations [...]
By Phyllis on June 8, 2010
I wrote about my initial experiences with the iPad last week after picking it up from IT. Since that time I have been able to surf the Web, play videos, check e-mail, read books and do research for the graduate blog site, all with ease and speed. All these tasks were easily performed with minimal [...]
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