Posts Tagged ‘ iTablet ’

iPad Gets 3500 Times As Many Preorders As The Crunchpad / Joojoo

Mar 30th, 2010 | By | Category: Apple iPad

Remember the Joojoo? The Crunchpad? That much-hyped $500 tablet computer that’s not the Apple iPad? No? Despite generating a lot of buzz with tech bloggers, Joojoo creators Fusion Garage appears to have had difficulty translating that into orders. Gizmodo reports that there were 90 pre-orders for the JooJoo, and 15 of those were returned. Preorders […]

Will Steve Jobs’ One More Thing Today Be A New Multimedia Publishing App?

Jan 27th, 2010 | By | Category: Apple iPad, General, iPods & Portable Media Players, Podcasting Software

Two recent Apple introductions – iTunes LP & Apple TV – are interesting technologies but have failed to wow customers. The main reason for this has been a lack of content. Only a tiny number of albums are available as iTunes LP releases. And Apple TV is crippled by the paucity of content on it. […]

iPhone Tablet Based On iPhone OS, Will Be Great For Textbooks

Jan 26th, 2010 | By | Category: General, Streaming Video, Video

McGraw-Hill’s CEO Terry McGraw confirmed (or spilled the beans) some details on Apple’s upcoming Apple iPad computer. In an interview with CNBC, McGraw says that the Apple Tablet is very exciting, will run iPhone OS and that it will be great for textbooks: “Yes, they’ll make their announcement tomorrow on this one. We have worked […]

Is This The First Video Of The Apple iPad?

Jan 25th, 2010 | By | Category: Apple iPad

This video of the rumored Apple iPad has turned up on YouTube, and has a lot of people wondering if it’s the first video of Apple’s new tablet computer. Screams fake to me, though. Let me know what you think! Real or iFake?

Why Are People So Hyped About The Apple Tablet?

Jan 3rd, 2010 | By | Category: Apple iPad, General, Internet TV, iPods & Portable Media Players

Steve Rubel wants to know what’s up with all they hype about the rumored Apple iPad computer. He speculates that We’re Bored and Out of Shiny Objects: For the last several months there’s been a ton of interest in the mythical Apple tablet. Just how much? Since July Google searches for the words Apple and […]

Why The iTablet Won’t Become “Another Footnote In The Sad, Miserable History Of Tablet Computing”

Dec 29th, 2009 | By | Category: Apple iPad, General, Internet TV, iPods & Portable Media Players, Streaming Video

Infoworld has published an article arguing that Apple’s rumored iPad will fail big time. According to Infoworld, “to believe that Apple can somehow succeed where all others have failed is to ignore some fundamental realities of tablet computing.” Infoworld sums up the prospects for the rumored iTablet, saying “Unless Apple pulls something truly revolutionary out […]

Apple Tablet Coming In January – But Can It Top This?

Dec 23rd, 2009 | By | Category: General, iPods & Portable Media Players

Silicon Valley Insider is reporting that Apple plans to demo the rumored Apple iPad in January: Apple is preparing to show off a new, larger mobile device with a higher resolution display in January — probably a version of the Apple tablet we’ve been hearing about for months — according to a plugged-in source in […]

Make Magazine Calls On TechCrunch To Follow Through On CrunchPad Open Source Promise

Nov 30th, 2009 | By | Category: Computer Hardware, General

Make Magazine is calling on TechCrunch’s Mike Arrington to open source the failed CrunchPad project. When the CrunchPad concept was announced last year, Arrington made open source design a central feature: “Let’s design it, build a few and then open source the specs so anyone can create them. If everything works well, we’d then open […]

TechCrunch Kills Off “CrunchPad” Tablet Project….Over Supplier Problems?

Nov 30th, 2009 | By | Category: iPods & Portable Media Players

If you’ve been hoping for a touchscreen Internet tablet, it looks like you’re going to have to keep waiting. TechCrunch today announced that they were sending their much-hyped CrunchPad design to the deadpool. According to TechCrunch’s Mike Arrington: The CEO of our partner on the project, Chandra Rathakrishnan, sent me an email with the subject […]