Now You Can Record Shows On Your DVR And Transport Them To Your iPad To Watch On The Go

Now You Can Record Shows On Your DVR And Transport Them To Your iPad To Watch On The Go

A new DVR feature for Dish Network customers may just be a game changer for those who love portable content. Engadget published a full run down and hands-on review of the service today. Essentially users will be able to record shows on their DVR, and then while they have their iPad connected to the same [...]


Christmas Day Was Spent On An iPad: This Graph Shows A Huge Spike In Visits From iPads To Our Website

The graph below illustrates visits to from an iPad (this includes iPad mini). Looks like Christmas Day was spent on an iPad. Christmas Day iPad traffic increased 169% compared to the daily average. Tweet us @ZAGGdaily and let us know how you used your iPad yesterday.


Next-gen iPads already rumored, thinner profile and retina display for iPad Mini top feature list

Thousands of people around the world will be exploring their new iPads and iPad Minis this week, getting heavy use out of Apple’s devices that were just released last month. But details are already emerging about Apple’s next refresh to the iPad and Mini product lines, with March rumored as the target date for launch [...]


iPhone is officially coming to T-Mobile in 2013 [confirmed]

This might just be the tweet heard ’round the world. Good news for all you T-Mobile customers: its parent company, Deutsche Telekom announced this morning that they’ve signed an agreement with Apple to start selling Apple products in the U.S. beginning in 2013. There was no mention of specific products or dates of availability, but [...]


Snapseed for Android: The best photo editor in the Play Store

You’ve heard me rave about Snapseed before – it’s one of my top recommended apps, ever. Snapseed is, hands down, the most capable photo editor you’ll find on a mobile device. It’s been available for iPhone and iPad for a while, but never on Android. That changes today. Just an hour ago, Snapseed went live [...]


What does Facebook’s Photo Sync mean for you?

When you open the Facebook app on your iPhone today, you’ll see a small announcement at the top of your News Feed telling you about Photo Sync. If you’re a Google Plus user, you’ve had this functionality since the beginning of time; the photos you take on your Android phone are automatically uploaded to your [...]


Microsoft’s “iPad Killer” Will Cost $900; Available in January 2013

The Surface RT has gotten lackluster reviews from nearly everyone who’s used it. It’s buggy. It lags. It doesn’t offer many native apps. The navigation and UI isn’t intuitive and takes time to learn. Then there’s the whole “you get half the storage you think you’re getting” debacle. Then, DigiTimes dropped this report yesterday saying component [...]


Khan Academy app now available for iPhone

Earlier this year, Khan Academy, the web-based provider of thousands of videos that help people learn more about a range of topics from math to science to history, released an iPad app for iOS users to access the site’s videos. This week, for the first time, that app is also available on the iPhone and [...]


Chevy to be first automaker to include Siri “Eyes Free” Tech in 2013 Vehicles

GM announced that 2013 models of the Chevy Sonic and Chevy Spark will include “Eyes Free” mode, integrating iPhone’s Siri functionality right into the steering wheel, as part of their myLink in-car connectivity system. At Apple’s WWDC event in June, the company discussed a new type of partnership: one with automakers. Its purpose was simple: [...]


iPad mini Full Review: Completely New, Yet Completely the Same

Two weeks ago, the newest member of Apple’s iOS family of products hit store shelves. The iPad mini is a new device, but a tried and true, time-tested familiar device at the same time. If the iPad mini will be your first iPad, you certainly won’t be disappointed. If you’re replacing another tablet with the [...]

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