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With the upcoming iPad 3 event on March 7th, rumors abound on some critical issues that may emerge with the new model.
Shlashgear reports that the Home button may disappear from iPad 3 in favor of some new gestures.
The Home button, one of the very few iPad annoyances, is a long-time doomed feature that may has come to an end.
Apple has long been rumored to be deleting the physical home key, and replacing it with either a combination of gestures or a touch sensitive bezel. The image Apple used for its …
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iPad has become important enough to deserve attention from Altec Lansing, that on November, 16th released Octive Stage (MP540), its first iPad-oriented audio system.
At US$149.95, Octiv Stage features a cradle that holds the iPad in either horizontal and vertical position, or a iPhone or iPod touch as well.
The cradle recharges the device while docked.
In the box you will find also an infrared remote; on the cradle You’ll see a 1/8-inch stereo input jack for connecting other audio sources.
According to Altec Lansing, audio from movies has been optimized as well as …
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IMDb, the Internet Movie Database, is an online movie central that offers largest collection of movie, TV shows and celebrity information. Now you can access this information right on your iPhone device via latest IMDb app.
The app provides you with every detail of movies and TV shows: lose yourself in Hollywood!
The IMDb iPhone & iPad app brings the whole mobile viewing IMDb experience at your fingertips. The app provides you information on a widest range of movie and TV titles, celebrities, movie showtimes, TV listings, trailers, photos, box office results, …
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VLC Media Player lands on the iPad and a horde of media format becomes available on the run – er, almost.
It plays virtually any video file you throw at it (including DivX and Xvid).
File management is handled via iTunes and the most magical thing is: VLC Media Player is entirely free.
It’s the best way to overcome the built-in video playback limitations of the iPad: H264, .mov and .mp4 files; so, grab your DiVX files, pop corn and welcome to the movies!
Adding video files to VLC’s playlist is pretty straightforward: hook …