When it comes to web browsing on the iPad, the options are fairly limited compared to the offerings for the iPhone. The prime reason behind this is that most of the browsers available on the App Store have been built with the iPhone’s small screen in mind, and the same browsing apps face cluttering, lags and other issues when used on the iPad.
Since the launch of the first Macintosh in 1984, Apple Inc. has made a name for itself as one of the main think tanks for new and cutting edge technology. Despite a slump in the ‘90s, the company has also grown into one of the biggest companies in the world, maintaining its position through constant innovations and new technologies.
There is no point in hiding it. Everyone does it at some point. Even several years back, people were already making references to and poking fun at habits which resulted in the use of gadgets in the bathroom. Some think it strange. Some think it gross. Others won’t admit whether they do so or not.
We do know it happens, though – whether you update your Facebook status while doing your business, or you check your email, or you read the news. And for this very specific purpose, the iPad stand and tissue holder rolled into one will make your life easier.
How much do you love your laptop (or iPad)? Can you count the ways?
I don’t know about you, but while these gadgets are just that – gadgets – they do cost a considerable sum of money, and I think that it is worth investing in accessories that will keep them (relatively) safe from normal wear and tear. While we may have all intentions of making sure that our gadgets do not get scratched, bumped, or suffer from a hard fall, there is such a thing called “accident”.
That’s why iPad and laptop cases, covers, and sleeves are so popular. After investing so much on a device, spending a little more on protection is not only understandable but also expected.
Now what about going for clothes for your iPad or laptop? And I mean clothes, literally.
The tablet wars continue to rage, and it seems that Samsung and Apple remain at the forefront. Ardent fanboys and fangirls will stick to their preferred brands, but in the meantime, there are other players who are not-so-silently entering the game.
A British firm has developed its own tablet, dubbing it the world’s cheapest tablet. Datawind Ltd. released the first version of Aakash in October, primarily targeted at students. It cost as low as $35. You can’t get much cheaper than that, can you?