Most of the tablet stands I’ve used have done a good job of making sure my iPad stays put when in use. The problem is, they are not as sexy as my iPad is, so the experience…Just gets the job done.
When the folks at Dekke asked me to try out the sleek Slope tablet stand with an unconventional way to hold my iPad, I had to test it out to see how good the stand looks, and how good it holds.
Personally (and professionally) I hate phone cases. Especially the “tough” or “rugged” cases that are supposed to protect your phone from drops, cracks, and other mishaps that I otherwise always end up fixing for my customers as a part of my Mac repair business. Probably not the best way to start a case review post I suppose. Which is why I was surprised at myself for agreeing to review the Cyclops iPhone 5S case and the Kraken A.M.S. iPad 2/3/4th generation case from Trident Case.
Word on the street is that Nadella and Microsoft will be unveiling Office for the iPad on March 27th. I’m sure there are a ton of MS Office desktop fans that keep in iPad covertly tucked under their arm during travel who would jump at the ideal of seamlessly working on their documents no matter where they are.
I was able to catch the live-streamed Apple event on my iPad using Mobile Safari. Felt like it was the right thing to do since the “meat and potatoes” of …
Taking a page from those blue shirt guys (and gals) in the always crowded Apple store, BMW is enlisting the help of some tech-savvy, college-aged kids to patrol showrooms armed with iPads helping customers understand all the technology features in its cars to potential buyers who have just cashed in some stock dividens.