Touch-screen art, typically created with the iPhone or the iPad, is everywhere these days, from gallery shows to the cover of the New Yorker magazine. Macworld provides a handy comparison of a variety of touch-screen styluses, and gives them star ratings.
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For a while there, it seemed like iPad magazines were on-track to “save” the publishing industry from falling victim to the Internet and all of its free content, but now it’s looking like that might not happen.
A useful article from the Associated Press details the pros and cons of four e-readers and tablets: the Kindle, the iPad, the Nook, and the Galaxy tablet.
What do the readers of the technology blog Mashable want for the holidays?
Wondering what e-reader to buy for a holiday gift? Certainly the Kindle, now available for just $139 for the standard model with a 6-inch display, is likely to top many lists, given the price, the Wi-Fi connectivity, and the backing of the world’s largest bookseller, Amazon.
ABC’s latest app, My Generation, lets you interact with the ABC documentary show of the same name on your iPad while you watch.
It just might be the worst-kept secret ever, but Samsung has confirmed that it’s developing an Android-based tablet, called the Galaxy Tab.
It was only a matter of time before it happened, but the LA Times is reporting that News Corp., the company behind Fox News and the New York Post, is planning a digital newspaper with short, digestible stories meant to be read on tablets and mobile phones.
Yes, it’s happened, and in a big way: “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” has been reimagined for the iPad, and it’s a winner.
The initial reviews of the iPad are out, from a select group of technology columnists who received iPads from Apple, and they’re something of a hodge-podge of opinions and impressions.