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04/09/2012 - Apple announces presumed iPhone 5 launch event for September 12th; we'll be there live!
Apple has just invited members of the press to attend a San Francisco-based product launch event on September 12th, where the next generation iPhone is expected to be officially unveiled. As rumored, it seems as if the company's prior iPod-focused fall events may be split off into two. It's been reported that an October event may follow this one, with a miniaturized 7-inch iPad on the docket for that. This event, however, seems a lock for the iPhone 5 -- or "new iPhone," or whatever it ends up being coined -- and while CEO Tim Cook confessed at D10 that it would be doubling down on secrecy, leakers seem to have doubled down on tipping the world off on what's to come. The keynote kicks off at 10AM PT in SF, and you can bet we'll be there covering every second of it live. Didn't have any "lunch" plans for 9/12? Looks like you do now.
Apple announces presumed iPhone 5 launch event for September 12th; we'll be there live! originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 04 Sep 2012 12:04:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink | Apple | Email this | Comments
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14/06/2012 - Condition One immerses iPads and iPhones in 180-degree video, shakes up dreary apps (video)
Video in tablet magazines and similar apps sometimes -- okay, often -- comes across as a grafted-on extra. Condition One, a startup by war photographer Danfung Dennis, wants to make video an intrinsic part of the experience by taking advantage of the motion sensors in smartphones and tablets. Video shot from a DSLR or similar camera is converted into a 180-degree format that you can swipe or tilt through on an iOS device to get a more involving look. It's a lot more lively than plain movies, and Dennis sees the technique being used for documentaries and tours where it would help to put viewers directly in the action. Producers only need off-the-shelf hardware and software, too. There's a show-off app at the source link to get an overall sense of what the footage is like, but if you're looking for the first official projects, a pilot project has just started that's bringing apps from Discovery, Mercedes-Benz, Popular Science (below), The Guardian and XL Recordings.
Condition One immerses iPads and iPhones in 180-degree video, shakes up dreary apps (video) originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 14 Jun 2012 00:52:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink GigaOM | Condition One, Popular Science app (App Store) | Email this | Comments
11/06/2012 - Siri comes to the New iPad
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This time around, you'll need to answer a specific question in the comments as part of the entry process: what are two things you'd like to see on your iPad to help you stay productive while on the go? Good luck!
Three iPad giveaways in three days: day two, courtesy of CloudOn! originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 12 Apr 2012 11:01:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink | | Email this | Comments
12/03/2012 - Virgin Mobile launches LTE for Canadian iPad users
Virgin Mobile launches LTE for Canadian iPad users originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 12 Mar 2012 08:02:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink | Mobilesyrup | Email this | Comments
08/02/2012 - RCA's USB Wall Charger, Just Plug It In!
"Most modern smartphones, tablets, MP3 players, and other gadgets rely on USB-based chargers. Some of these come with their own AC wall adapters, while others include nothing more than a USB cable-meaning you have to plug them into your computer to get them charged."
The nice thing about this thing is that you just plug it into the existing outlet, so it's basically a cover. No need to replace the current outlet so you don't have to worry about shocking yourself silly. And it goes for the small sum of $15.00 USD at Lowes (currently out of stock in my area), or you can get it at Amazon.com for $12.47 USD (currently in stock with both white and almond colored versions).