An arcade for your iPad mini? A stylus? Yes, now that you own an iPad mini, it’s time to think about the accessories to buy for it.
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6 great accessories for the iPad mini
The ultimate Mountain Lion review from Ars Technica
Want to know about OS X Mountain Lion? Here’s a 26,000-word review.
“Steve Jobs Stanford commencement speech”
Ranked #9 in Viral Video 100
In 2005, Steve Jobs gave the commencement speech at Stanford. It’s now been viewed by millions — an inspirational message about life, death, and motivation.
Consumer Reports: 12 best back-to-school laptops, netbooks, and tablets for college students
What are the best laptops, netbooks, and tablet computers for college students? Consumer Reports took a look and evaluated the best of them.
Huffington Post names top 10 iPhone art apps
The iPhone is an artist’s dream, and now the Huffington Post has a useful list of what it considers the best iPhone art apps.
Report lists the top-rated e-book readers and tablets
When it comes to tablets and e-readers, many people think there’s just Apple’s iPad and Amazon’s Kindle. Is that the case? Not any longer.
iPad alternatives? Here’s 20 of them
If you don’t want to buy an iPad, you’ve got options. That’s the gist of an article from TechRadar. Tablets are everywhere — well, the iPad is everywhere — and now there are lots of companies looking to latch onto the iPad craze with their own tablets.
3 top features of Mac OS X Lion
Here’s a very quick, very brief preview of three standout features of Mac OS X Lion.
TechCrunch: Google engaged in “six-front war”
Google gets lots of attention, often for its big battles with Apple and Facebook. But as a TechCrunch post by entrepreneur Semil Shah contends, it’s worth noting that Google isn’t just in a war with Facebook, it’s at war with multiple companies across multiple industries.
Wall Street Journal: Why digital newsstands stink
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.