Oops. Looks like Apple is facing another class action lawsuit.
When people think of tablets, they think of iPads. To some people, the word “tablet” basically means “iPad.” So it’s a big deal when Apple creates a new one. With the new iPad Pro, Apple’s finally created a tablet that’s supposed to be professional grade, but does that self-imposed accolade stand up under extensive…
The “NO SCREENS UNTIL 2” guideline issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics in 2011 has practically inscribed itself onto the foreheads of new parents. Now, the AAP says its position has “evolved,” and released a more nuanced set of guidelines when it comes to babies and screen-based media.
An iPad for every kid! It sounded like a good idea in 2013, but a $1.3 billion plan to supply Los Angeles schools with Apple tablets turned into a failure quagmire, with the school district asking for a refund.
Earlier today, we found a device that might be the very pinnacle of human garbage: the iPad Selfie Stick. But as we all know, things can always get worse. And that, dear readers, is where you come in.
Over the past year or so, bloggers everywhere have been maligning the selfie stick a—
Last night, CNN wasn't just covering the mid-term elections. It was also pimping the Surface Pro 3, conspicuously placing a kickstand-ed unit in front of a bunch of its commentators. The catch? They were actually just being used as iPad stands.
Last year's update turned the iPad Mini into the tablet we deserved. And this time around they've given us—er, pretty much the exact same thing as last year. But hey—Touch ID! And goldpagne. Don't forget goldpagne.
Well, it's official: Apple is holding an event on Oct. 16th that will reportedly air out its stale iPad. But as they often do, the invitation to the event included a cryptic tagline: "It's been way too long."
Re/code says Apple will show the world its newest iPad updates on October 16th. Rumor has it a new Retina iMac will also make an appearance, as will the public release of OS X Yosemite.
A lot of kids love iPads, to the point where they're almost never just, y'know, playing with kids stuff. Osmo is a nifty little gadget that does both, encouraging kids to play with tangible, real-world toys that magically interact with games on the iPad's screen. And you can pre-order one through Osmo's crowdfunding…
It's a beautiful day outside! You should go and get little sunlight. But you just can't bring yourself to move; the couch is just too comfortable. Luckily at Gizmodo's Home of the Future you can have it both ways, and it is glorious.
This Christmas, my lucky friends are going to get printouts of original digital art. Made by my dog.
Movies, TV and video are great. Someone made all the decisions and you just get to sit back and watch. If you want to take control you play video games. Right? But HEAD-Geneva wanted to develop a hybrid genre so the group created IDNA.