Microsoft Office Finally Comes to the iPad Today, and it's Free(mium)

It's coming up on a year(ish) since the original release of Microsoft Office for iOS, but in all that time there's been no iPad-specific version to be found. And now it's here as of noon today (PST), as a gift from Microsoft's new cloud-guru CEO Satya Nadella. Read More >>

The iPad Air Is Cheaper to Make For Apple -- Without Passing the Savings On to You

A brand new iPad at last year's prices? Yay! A brand new iPad at last year's prices that's cheaper for Apple to make than previous year's models? Boo! Read More >>

This Is the New iPad You Should Buy

Overwhelmed with choice on the iPad front? After the most recent unveil of the new retina iPad mini and its mightier A7 chip-packing cohort, the iPad Air, you have more iPads than ever to choose from. Not sure which one you want? We've got you covered. Read More >>

Tablet-Headed Robot Works Out How to Get Served at a Busy Bar

A team from the Bielfeld University in Germany built the odd bartending robot pictured above, as part of a test to work out how bar staff respond to visual clues that people milling about at the bar are looking to make a purchase. Read More >>

A Goldpagne iPad Mini Would Actually Look Really Nice

Now that a gold iPhone has actually manifested itself and made a select few's dreams come true, it's time to move on to the next logical question—what would goldpagne look like on an iPad Mini? Read More >>

These Guys Tried to Pass Off Melting Blocks of Ice as £2,500 Worth of iPads

Committing insurance fraud, mail or otherwise, is universally a fairly dumb thing to do, especially when your plan is literally designed to fail. Like say, that of 29 year old Nathan Meunch should have known. Because if you're trying to pass off a soggy, dripping cardboard box stuffed with ice as a £2,500 stack of iPads, chances are you're getting caught. Read More >>

US iPad Price Cuts Mean New Models Can't Be Far Behind

It's been a scant six months since the announcement of the iPad Mini and the fairly superfluous iPad 4, but it looks like the new generations might be on the horizon. A load of retailers in the US have slashed their prices on the devices, as good a sign as any that new ones are on the way. Read More >>

A Security Company Is Neutering Hundreds of iPads So The Government Can Use Them

Traditionally, Blackberry has been the choice of the majorly security conscious, but the times are changing. iOS has been shaping up to be pretty secure, and has even coaxed some US government agencies to jump ship. Now a security firm in Virgina is "neutering" iPads so G men can use those too. Read More >>

These MacBooks and iPads Made from Wood and Duct Tape Are Not Really MacBooks and iPads

People. Especially people of Florida. Listen up. If you get approached to buy a MacBook or iPad in a parking lot, don't buy it. Even if it's dirt cheap and a freaking steal and you need a new computer or whatever. Why? Because it might end up as a pile of wood and duct tape. Seriously. Read More >>

US Airport Employee Caught Nicking iPad, Tracked Home and Busted

Security footage broadcast by US network ABC News shows exactly what you might expect to happen to unattended laptops and iPads left lying about in airports -- they get bagsied by employees and taken home. Perk of the job, right? Read More >>

House of Commons Bought £17,000's Worth of iPads to Test Drive Tablets

Looks like it's not just our courts of law that are trialling tablets -- MPs are getting in on the swipey, pinchy and tappy action too, having spent £17,000 on iPads. Read More >>

The iPad 2 Might Be Getting Thinner, Lasting Longer Come Spring

According to a report by Digitimes, Apple could be planning an update to the iPad 2, and unveiling a thinner iteration with better battery life in March 2012 -- an iPad 2S? Unfortunately, that would also suggest that the iPad 3 won't be launched until at least the third quarter of 2012, and more likely in 2013. [9to5 Mac] Read More >>

Zeebox for iPad -- Social TV App For "Dual Screening" Media Darlings

Zeebox is a new app that's just launched for iPad, which wants to become "the new way to watch television". And it doesn't mean "disinterestedly, while on Twitter, not really paying attention to it." Read More >>


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