Tagged with: iPad

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – November 10, 2011

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – November 10, 2011

Adobe announced that it’s dropping all future development for Flash on mobile browsers. While Flash will still work on devices that support it, it will no longer be a selling point for iPad competitors. The decision comes after years of Steve Jobs and Apple’s refusal to support Flash. In other news, a Pew Research study ...

iMarker™ digital stylus + Crayola ColorStudio HD App from Crayola

iMarker™ digital stylus + Crayola ColorStudio HD App from Crayola

Coloring goes digital with this electronic drawing tool that transforms into Crayola crayons, markers, paint, colored pencils and more when interacting with an iPad. Featuring iconic colors from the Crayola 64 Box, young artists can discover their inner Picasso by interacting with "live" animated pages, complete with sound ...

Yahoo Launches Digital Newsstand

Yahoo Launches Digital Newsstand

Yahoo announced an HTML5 newsstand app for the iPad called Livestand. The free app curates content from third-party publishers within its network, customized to your preferences. Livestand will pull content from over 100 popular publications including Forbes and ABC News. Read the full article at PCMag.com ...

Doctors Using FDA Approved iPad Apps

Doctors Using FDA Approved iPad Apps

Doctors are turning to specially approved apps to make hospitals and physicians more efficient. The F.D.A. has approved a handful of mobile applications that let doctors quickly share a patient’s MRI results. Government approval of this app took over two years, a problem that’s persistent in digitizing the industry. ...

Upgrade Your iPhone to iOS 5: 200 New Features and a Headache

Upgrade Your iPhone to iOS 5: 200 New Features and a Headache

I don't always look forward to software updates from Apple.  Most of the time I can't take advantage of major upgrades because the software I use the most will not be ready.  Companies like Adobe, Digidesign and Intuit generally do not have enough time with major upgrades before they are released to the public and, ...

Facebook Finally Launches iPad App

Facebook Finally Launches iPad App

After months of rumors, Facebook has officially launched a native app for the iPad. The app adds better photo browsing, chatting with friends and a more interactive news feed. Perhaps the coolest feature is the ability to play Facebook games in full-screen mode. Read the full article at Slashgear.com ...

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – October 11, 2011

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – October 11, 2011

Netflix has quickly reversed course on its plan to split its streaming and DVD-by-mail services. Despite confusing customers by flip-flopping on the company’s course of action, the decision will be beneficial for subscribers. If you still rent DVDs and stream movies, you can manage it all from Netflix.com. In other news, ...

Farewell to a Futurist

Farewell to a Futurist

Thank you, Steve. That is what we all have been saying in the past few days, usually with emotion, often deep emotion. Life went on pause when I first heard the news. My wife shed tears. The statements – visual and written – that poured in evoked even more emotion. How Steve touched people and shaped their lives ...

Tomorrow Will Be Televised: Powell Power

Tomorrow Will Be Televised: Powell Power

No one was more in view last week in the TV world than Michael Powell, president/chief executive officer of the National Cable Television Association. As things turned out, no one was more in view last week in the TV world more quotable, ultimately more welcomed, than Powell. Six months after assuming both NCTA roles ...

How Amazon’s Kindle Fire is Saving Civilization

How Amazon’s Kindle Fire is Saving Civilization

Oh what a seemingly overblown headline. And yet, if you think about it, it’s not that far from the truth. Because with its broad potential reach, and its likely ability to get people to pay for valuable content, the Fire seems poised to provide a counterbalance for a “free” web, while also giving people the freedom to ...