It does warm the cockles of our hearts to see that the fuzz are reaching out to help people help them do their jobs when your iPad gets half-inched. It would be even better if they didn't make such a hash of it.
With iOS 5 coming out next Wednesday, Apple just opened the flood gates to the general market seed on their developer site. This release will probably have all the goodies you can expect for the final version. We'll let you know what's changed. [BGR]
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I do love that the Amazon-owned Lovefilm is using the latest Twilight film as a selling-point for the iPad app’s launch. No longer are we tethered by streaming through PS3/PC, or waiting for the DVDs to arrive.
There are already plenty of reason why you wouldn't own a TV, especially if you stream to your iDevice regularly. The Epson MegaPlex MG-850HD projector lets you give your iPad the big screen treatment in your living room.
We've been waiting for the Facebook iPad app for a little while now, especially since TechCrunch's preview this past summer. In fact, it was done by then, says former Facebook developer Jeff Verkoeyen. The only thing that kept it from us was politics between Facebook and Apple.