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Infinite Canvas App: Today’s HyperCard for Creating Content

December 13, 2012 | Robert Scoble

Tweet The iPad is becoming a tool being used more for not just consuming content but creating it. Infinite Canvas is a nonlinear application…

 

Inkling: Bringing O’Reilly Books to iPads, iPhones and the Web

September 4, 2012 | Robert Scoble

Tweet Inkling brings the world’s best learning content to the iPad, iPhone and the web with interactivity, social collaboration and simple ease-of-use. No more…

 

iSwifter: breaking the Flash barrier for the iPad

October 18, 2011 | Robert Scoble

Tweet As most any iPad user is undoubtedly aware, Apple does not currently support Flash. So, if you are looking to play the newest…

 

Inkling: moving textbooks onto the iPad

October 6, 2011 | Robert Scoble

Tweet Historically, textbooks have been neither fun to purchase (they’re expensive) nor fun to lug around campus (they’re heavy). And depending on the subject…

 

Zite: personalized news content on your iPad

September 20, 2011 | Robert Scoble

Tweet There are a host of different applications that are available to help us organize and consume the content we receive on our mobile…

 

Photoshop CS5 update: bringing Photoshop to tablets and more

June 2, 2011 | Robert Scoble

Tweet The proliferation of devices beyond the desktop or laptop is changing virtually everything in the computing world, and software applications that have been…

 

Rackspace releases version 2.0 of its iOS app for Rackspace Cloud

March 11, 2011 | Robert Scoble

Tweet Coinciding with the much-anticipated release of the iPad 2, Rackspace is releasing version 2.0 of its iOS app for Rackspace Cloud. The new…

 

Motorola Xoom Review

February 23, 2011 | Robert Scoble

Tweet Once considered mainly a recreational/entertainment tool, tablets are quickly making their way into the business world as more and more industries are finding…

 

Behind one of the best designed iPad apps: History of Jazz

January 24, 2011 | Robert Scoble

Tweet One of my favorite new iPad apps is the “History of Jazz” app. It’s a bit expensive, at $10, and not everyone will…

 
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