One of Philadelphia’s landmark restaurants is taking a decidedly modern approach to menus.
Got a kid learning their letters and numbers? Handwriting Without Tears, a system used in schools around the country, has come up with an app that can make things a lot easier.
Education and technology are becoming increasingly integrated, and keeping up on all of the new educational applications for kids is important. One of the biggest struggles is not finding an app; it is finding the appropriate app.
With the competition circling and rumors swirling, Apple could release a smaller, seven-inch version of the iPad.
It’s not just a tablet. It’s a PC. That’s how Microsoft is positioning its new device that the company hopes will give Apple a run for its money.
Fingle is a two-player game for the iPad. It’s basically twister for your fingers, forcing you to move icons into slots at the same time as another player. If the icons touch, you lose.
Philadelphia is home to a start-up firm creating games for the iPad and iPhone. But, this is about as far from Angry Birds as you can get.
iPhoto takes the popular editing suite from the Mac to the iDevice with a ton of features and a very user friendly interface.
If you’re trying to take up a second language, the AccelaStudy app lets you do so on the go, with smartphone-based interactive quizzes and memorization tricks.
The new iPad goes on sale today and the usual line of eager Apple devotees were lined up outside the Center City store, early this morning.
The iPad does just fine when it’s playing Apple’s proprietary video formats, but doesn’t always work with videos you import onto the system. The AVPlayerHD app fixes that.
Apple’s new iPad revealed on Wednesday has, as expected, a sharper screen, driven by a faster processing chip that acts as the “brains” of the device — but no new name.
We’ll get our first look at Apple’s new iPad this afternoon.
Apple is inviting reporters to an event Wednesday in San Francisco. An image on the invite showing part of an iPad screen suggests it’s to announce a new model.
A South Jersey non-profit is offering a series of hands-on workshops over the next few months to highlight assistive technology.