iPads Are Not Just For Humans Anymore?
It turns out that iPads are no longer just for humans, as workers in the Miami Jungle Island Zoo have found out. Indeed, instead of using sign language to communicate with orangutans, they are now using iPads. The trainers in the zoo are working with two 8 year old orangutans, using iPads to help them play games, draw and work on their vocabulary, and the orangutans actually pick up on it and have fun using the iPads.
The younger orangutans like using them while older ones do not show as much interest ……………. Read more: http://news.cnet.com/
Is The iPad Mini Coming To Town?
People have long speculated about an iPad Mini – a 7 inch iPad just like the mini tablets by Samsung. While Apple continues to keep mum about the device, Barclays analyst Ben Reitzes says that it might just be real, based on global research done by the company. Apple may just answer to this growing need for a smaller tablet.
Reitzes currently estimates that more than 14.2 million iPads will be sold during this quarter of the year, which is 20 percent more than what was sold during the first quarter of the year ………………………….. read more: http://asia.cnet.com/
A $44000+ iPad?
If you buy a Cadillac for almost fifty grand, you get an iPad too! Indeed, General Motors Co. will be giving out iPads for every purchase of their brand new 2013 Cadillac XTS sedans. This new move is to educate customers regarding its Cadillac User Experience of CUE, which is an infotainment system. Cadillac is not the first to do this as Mercedez Benz and Lexus have already made use of iPad applications to train customers for the use of onboard technology, voice commands, multi-function screens.
The only difference between Cadillac and other brands is that other brands only have the downloadable application – while Cadillac gives you the iPad itself ……………………… read more: http://blogs.wsj.com/drivers-seat/