Posts tagged Ipad
If you visited the Apple Store website today looking to order an iPad, you would have noticed the new 128GB option. Since the first generation of iPads, the biggest capacity you could get topped off at 64GB for all your pictures, music, videos, and apps. With the introduction of the Retina display More >
I love my iPad 2. I use my iPad every day and play a lot of games including racing games which require me to physically move my iPad around. When I first heard about the TAB360, I had to try it out to see if it could improve my gaming abilities or at least decrease my wrist motion (and carpal More >
One of the main things you will need for an iPad is a case/stand. For many, the standard case for the iPad is the typical one that flips open like a book. These cases also act like a stand, but the problem is that you are limited to usually one viewing angle. Well, I never had a need to use any of More >
FINALLY! a-JAYS made earphones for the Apple family! Although my other a-JAYS earphones (a-JAYS One+ for Android) worked with my iPad, iPhone and iPod (except for the buttons), this new earphones set has keys that work better with the Apple products – aka sound had separate buttons from the hang More >
I like to use Bluetooth speakers for everything because I move around a lot in my house with my tablet, computer and phone. I was asked to review the DBEST London Duo Rechargeable Bluetooth Mini-Speaker Set. The wireless speakers are connected through Bluetooth Hi-Fi. These were so cute, and I More >
Ever wanted to express yourself like William Shatner? Wanted to have your words heard by using his voice? Send a message to a friend using Shatner’s voice? Now you can!
William Shatner has released a new iPhone/iPad app called Shatoetry.
Shatner and Blindlight Apps created this idea to put More >
It seems that Apple is willing to sue anyone for just about anything. According to PC Mag, this time they take their aim on a Polish grocery site that uses A.pl as its website address. Now, before you get to say that they are trying to steal the name. In Poland the country-wide domain is “.pl”. More >
A few months ago we told you about Atari’s Indie Developer Challenge. Maybe you have fond memories of Pong, or maybe you’re in the large camp of people who make fun of Pong for being so archaic. It is because of the latter group that I think it would simply be awesome to see Pong re-envisioned to More >
It’s been a long time coming, but Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP will finally be playable by those who don’t own a portable Apple system. Steam users can expect to be on their way to an adventure filled with ambient music and Punch Out!-influenced fights this April 16th. The game is a More >
If you weren’t one of the (possibly) thousands (millions?) who stayed up until the minute Angry Birds Space was available, well, this post is for you: Angry Birds Space is now available on Mac, Android, PC, Kindle Fire, iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. We already gave you a small preview of the game, More >
Apple just recently sent out invitations for a media event to be held in San Francisco next Wednesday March 7. Apple PR has not verified that they will be unveiling the iPad 3, but all sources point to yes. About this same time last year Apple held a media event on Feb 23, 2011 to announce a March More >
Do you have the theme songs to Mario and Zelda etched permanently onto some small section of your brain? Even the most casual of gamers can break out into song (if you’d like to call it that), “nailing” most of the notes of either of these two greatly loved franchises–or at least barking out some More >
Nobody can deny the saturation of Apple accessories on the market. The showrooms of CES immediately attest to this fact, but reality is that you may sometimes find a product that piques your interest. Such is the case for Australian accessories brand, Toffee.
Toffee’s product line mainly cater to More >
When the Ipad first hit the market it opened a floodgate of possibilities for third party accessory developers based on its gaming capabilities alone. You can’t get more nostalgic than playing Atari’s greatest hits, dig dug, or Pac Man on the tablet device, but even with these classics from my More >
Last year, Square Enix decided to release a Japanese RPG game to the Apple app store. Released on the iOS devices, Chaos Rings is a turn-based dungeon crawler that was priced at a whopping 13 dollars last year. The original game features four teams of two character in grand arena battle.
The latest More >
Now this seems like a very smart move for the NBA Jam series. While it is a fun game, I’m not sure a lot of people are going to be willing to pay (almost) full price ($50) for the PS3 and Xbox 360 version due out this November 17th. Why wait and pay more when you can rock NBA Jam on your iPad More >
Atari is bringing 100 retro games to iOS via it’s “Atari’s Greatest Hits” app. Just downloading the app itself will get you pong for free. You can buy all 100 games for the relatively low price of $14.99, or you can buy them in 4-game packs for only one dollar. What’s interesting though is that a More >
I had seen the pictures of this game before, but information about exactly what kind of gameplay experience you’re going to get once you’re finally in it is hard to come by. From what I gather though, you can expect an interesting story-driven world with new things to interact with around every More >
I still question the lack of a D-pad on an iPad, and apparently someone else out there agrees. In the video you’ll see that Youtube user ProtoDojo attaches mechanical fingers to his iPad which connect to a NES controller. He has some problems at first, but halfway through, I think he proves that More >
There are plenty of gaming magazines available in print but now Best Buy’s official Magazine @Gamer is now ready for iPad users. If you subscribed to Best Buy’s magazine you’re paying about 15 bucks a year for coupons, reviews, previews, hints and tips. But now if you have an Ipad, the magazine More >