10 Essential Apps for iPad

Monday, March 19th, 2012
 
There are hundreds of thousands of apps available for the iPad, but there is a fraction that can be called must-haves. Whether it is for functionality or entertainment, these are what Computer World considers as essential for every iPad owner. Note that this list excludes apps exclusively offered by Apple such as GarageBand, iMovie, and iWork. Reeder – For $5, this RSS app syncs feeds via Google Reader and
 

Apple Plans to Offer 99-Cent TV Show Rentals

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010
 
This may be the next big thing in media if ever it pushes through. Apple is said to be in advanced talks with a media outfit to offer TV shows for rent on the Apple iTunes Store. And with the planned rentals for TV shows pegged at 99 cents, it may just catch on well with consumers, just like what iTunes did at some point with helping revolutionize the music industry. According to Bloomberg, Apple is now in advance
 

Demand For iPhone 4 Leads To Pre-Order System Paralysis

Monday, June 21st, 2010
 
The popularity for all things Apple never ceases to amaze. It seems that every product that Apple tries to launch is met with great interest and anticipation. A good example would be the Apple iPad which has recently reached more than 2 million units sold and still increasing. And an upcoming one would be the next generation iPhone 4 which is set to be launched this week. The anticipation for the iPhone 4 is consi
 

Google Versus Apple Storyline Heating Up?

Monday, May 24th, 2010
 
Competition really does a lot in any type of market. It is usually the reason why many products sometimes get developed and the markets showing some healthy progress. But the most important thing is how the level of competition really does get the gears of industry going and going well. The same level of competition may be seen between the two technology giants Google and Apple. It seems that one company tries t