How to install iPhoto on your first generation iPad
[From Hans] Good tip, how to install iPhoto on your first generation iPad. "It is of course true that many original iPad owners may be looking to upgrade this year, but for those are still happy with their two-year-old devices, there is light at the end of the tunnel, with a relatively simple little hack allowing iPhoto to be installed on their devices. As is always the case though, there is a downside to proceedings. For those that just want to forge ahead regardless, here’s what you’ll need to do…"
ENDS TONIGHT AT MIDNIGHT US PT: I'll choose someone at random to win a Unlocked Black iPhone 4S 16GB
ENDS TONIGHT AT MIDNIGHT US PT.
I'm in the mood for a throwaway, I will choose a PalmAddict reader at random to give a unlocked black iPhone 4S 16GB [or cash equivalent payable by paypal].
For a chance, send me a couple of lines on how you're using your mobile device whether it be for business or pleasure [remember tell me what mobile device it is in your user thought]. It is compulsory to give your user thought a title, not a boring "how I'm using my mobile device", something that relates to your user thought. Anyone not giving a title will not be entered. It's user thoughts only for this, no news snippets or website recommendations, no pleas, purely user thoughts on how you're using your mobile device.
Send your user thought to me and put FEB in the subject line. I'll choose one person at random. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Notes HD for webOS looks an interesting app, it's reviewed by webosnation
Notes HD for webOS looks an interesting app, it's reviewed by webosnation. "The built-in Memos app for webOS isn't all that great. We all know it. With a big 9.7-inch screen like that on the TouchPad, its even more unforgivable how basic it is and how little its been updated. If there's one good thing about the pitifulness of the TouchPad Memos app, it's that it has opened the door for several third-party developers to built the better notepad. One such developer is Inglorious Apps, who created the aptly titled and well-featured Notes HD."
A iOS app for to help monitor diabetes
[From Hans] A iOS app for to help monitor diabetes. "Diabetics will be able to manage their condition with an Apple iPhone thanks to a device unveiled today. The £48 glucose monitor allows patients to check their blood sugar levels at any time using the phone. The iBGStar device, which attaches to an Apple iPhone or iPod touch, comes with a free Diabetes Manager App that makes it possible to store, track and analyse medical data."
CBS CEO turned down Steve Jobs over Apple TV
[From Stephen Trew] Perhaps the CEO of Motorola said the same thing about phones. Remember the first phone with iTunes? It was a Mototola phone. Look what Apple did afterwards, the brought out the iPhone. "It's been rumored for a while that Apple is struggling to land content deals for its much-anticipated "true" entry into the TV business, and CBS's CEO Les Moonves has offered some insight on why that might be. Speaking at the UCLA Entertainment Symposium in a conference attended by the Hollywood Reporter, Moonves said he turned down Steve Jobs personally over the offer of making CBS shows part of a subscription-based content package."
Google paying Apple $1 billion to be default search engine?
[From Stephen Trew] Is Google paying Apple to be default search engine? "Despite their continuing legal battles, new reports have suggested search giant Google is paying bitter rival Apple as much as $1 billion (£638.24 million) to be the default search browser on the company’s market dominating hardware ranges. Covering off the likes of the Mac as well as the smartphone scene leading Apple iPhone and tablet market dominating Apple iPad, industry analysts have suggested Apple’s choice of default search option comes with a hefty price tag for Google."
The New iPad Battery
[From Stephen Trew] This is big news that slipped under the radar. "Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Between the release of the iPad 2 last year and the announcement of the new iPad yesterday, Apple has nearly doubled the capacity of the battery, taking it from 25Wh to a massive 42Wh. Measured in milliamps this boosts the battery from 6944 mAh to a monstrous 11,666 mAh. That’s a massive, massive jump in the same basic space (ever-so-slightly bigger)"