Android Tablets For Babies – The Nabi & Nabi Jr.

Nabi Jr. Android Tablet for Kids

In case you were looking for an alternative to your $499 iPad that you baby can play, you’ll be happy to know that the good folks from Fuhu have launched an Android tablet for babies called The Nabi Jr.  This is the predecessor to the first Nabi tablet which has received some pretty strong reviews from parents and grandparents alike, racking …

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Ebooks Now Outsell Print Books

Kindle with Print Books

The war has been raging for a couple of years. But despite publishers and bibliophiles fighting tooth and nail, ebook sales are still rising. And recently, I am sure to the chagrin of many traditionalists, ebooks have outsold hard copy books. According to Amazon, for every 100 print books, 114 ebooks are also sold – a very close lead. What …

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Apple iOS 7: the Best of WWDC

iOS 7

Last night Apple unveiled the newest iPad and iPhone operating system, iOS 7, to rapturous applause. As expected, iOS 7 is a radical departure for Apple and represents a complete change in the way users will operate their devices. The new software was demonstrated to 6,000 developers at the WWDC event, plus many hundreds of thousands watching online. The new …

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Google Maps for iOS 6 Could Be Here By Christmas (Screen shots)

Just because Apple decided to boot Google Maps off iOS 6 isn’t enough to slow Google down from working on their own iOS map app. Since Apple’s debacle with their native map apps, of which was bad enough to get Apple CEO Tim Cook to issue a letter of apology, was so bad, Google has been reportedly working toward the …

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Exposing Apple, iOS 6 WiFi Problems, & The IPv6 Protocol

** Update 10.29.12 **  I’ve been covering the iOS 6 WiFi problem from day 1 (actually from the first hour iOS 6 was released) – I don’t profess to know everything, but I’ve found (and a lot of the readers that have communicated with me have also found) that more than likely one of the fixes I’ve written about below …

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A Final Fix For iOS 6 WiFi Problems?

** Update 10.29.12 **  I’ve been covering the iOS 6 WiFi problem from day 1 (actually from the first hour iOS 6 was released) – I don’t profess to know everything, but I’ve found (and a lot of the readers that have communicated with me have also found) that more than likely one of the fixes I’ve written about below …

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Leaked iPad 3 Parts Caught On Video

Leaked iPad 3 Parts

Summary:  China based tech blog says it somehow obtained real iPad 3 components like the rear shell, front glass, and an iPad 3 case, and then put it all together on video. China based tech and gadget blog MicGadget has received what they claim are authentic components for the next generation iPad – the iPad 3?  These components consist primarily …

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Trimble Yuma, The Military Grade Ubuntu Linux Tablet

Trimble Yuma

There’s been plenty of buzz building up around tablets running Linux.  The buzz was first centered around what was being called simply the Ubuntu tablet.  And then came the Mer Linux and KDE tablet that’s being called Plasma Active. Trimble Yuma Ubuntu Tablet:  Price = $3695 Well now we have a new Ubuntu tablet called the Trimble Yuma.  The Trimble Tuma is …

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10 Awesome Decalgirl Kindle Fire Skins

It’s not enough to just have the Kindle Fire with it’s standard black shell.  After all, who in the world wants something that looks basic, bland, and… well… out of the box. So why not fire up your new Kindle Fire with some hot skin designs? The Kindle Fire is, without a doubt, the best selling tablet on the market …

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