Apple Sales Down But iPad Sales Are Doing Well?
Apple has put 17 million tabs in their customers’ hands from April to June, making an outstanding performance over the past three month. But while that may be great, the announcement came to us during a disappointing earnings report from Apple. The sales of other devices are unfortunatelt going down – iPod sales are dropping at an all time low, iPhone shoppers aren’t buying as much iPhones as they should and Mac sales are unfortunately stagnant.
Despite that we can still say one thing – there is no other tablet to contend with the iPad just yet …………………….. read more: http://www.pcworld.com/
Maily Launches iPad App For Kids?
Maily is an email that is not designed for adults but for kids instead. Tagged as “Your Kids’ First Email,” Maily is designed for children four years old and onwards. Recently, its iPad app was just launched on Apple’s App Store, too. The app is somewhat like Draw Something meets Gmail – minus the gaming elements. Kids can create messages using brushes, pencils, stickers, and can also attach photos using the camera of the iPad. The app can be used by children and is especially designed for kids from four years old and above.
Your kids work can be sent to a list of contacts which parents create, and will go to their normal email address …………………….. read more: http://www.guardian.co.uk/
Is The Google Nexus A Worthy iPad Rival?
At $209 or somewhere along that range, the new Google Nexus 7 comes at less than half the price of the iPad. And of course, at half the price, is it also half as good? Well, here’s a quick look. The Asus-manufactured yet Google-powered device accomplishes what the RIM Blackberry Playbook could not way back in 2010. The Nexus 7 has a long battery life and is great for browsing, playing games, reading eBooks, watching videos and the like.
The device promises as much as eight hours of video playback or as much as ten hours of web browsing or book reading ……………………. Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/