The Smart Power Strip (currently in prototype) allows you to control your appliances from anywhere via an iOS or Android mobile device.
I need to get one of these to preserve those old memories.
This iPad scanner automatically feeds pictures and documents up to 8 ½" x 14" and converts them to JPEGs that are stored on a docked iPad.
Worth $99.95 and compatible with the iPad 2 and iPad.
Web site: http://www.hammacher.com/Product/83641
The Only Read And Write iPad Flash Drive (16 GB) for $169.95
A flash drive that enables you to transfer or view files from a computer on an iPad or iPhone. The device plugs into a Mac or PC’s USB port, holds up to 16 GB of documents, photos, videos, or music, and connects to an iPad or iPhone, allowing you to transfer the files or simply view or listen to them on the mobile device.
A free app enables simple file transfers and allows you to back up contacts or save email documents less than 10 MB directly from the app. Accommodates over 35 file formats including Microsoft Word and Excel documents, PDFs, JPGs, MP4, and MP3.
Compatible with iPhone 5, 4S, 4, and 3GS; iPod touch 5th, 4th, and 3rd generations; all iPad models, and iPad mini. Requires iOS 6. 2 ¾" L x 1" W x ½" D. (4 oz.)
Web site: http://www.hammacher.com/Product/83633
Rumors that a second-generation iPad mini with a Retina display is set to launch ahead of Apple’s typical annual schedule next year have been swirling, and now it appears Apple’s (AAPL) full-size iPad may be sticking to its new semiannual release…
I’m really looking forward to a lighter iPad and also retina on the mini!
Objective C rising
With the app + services economy here to stay, developers must cross-skill to Objective C
Great innovation from Apple with the Fusion Drive concept.
The estimated Bill of Materials from TechInsights related to the 16GB iPhone 4, 4s and 5.
The iPhone 5 against it’s competition.
Scott Forstall, Apple’s Senior Vice President for iOS Software says that Apple are in the qualifying stages of providing turn by turn navigation on iOS for Australia.
The Samsung Series 5 Slate looks similar to the Apple MacBook Air. But then again, the MacBook Air does look like an evolution of the Sony Vaio’s of old.