10 Unique Apple iPad Case Designs

iPad is a beautiful product. You must have notice iPad as watching movies, reading e-books, or browsing internet. We need to protect the fashionable iPad Product. In this regard, we can use varieties of modern and traditional covers designs. Here is a hand picked selection of iPad covers, you can purchase and make your iPad unique among your fellows.


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iPad is a beautiful product. You must have notice iPad as watching movies, reading e-books, or browsing internet. We need to protect the fashionable iPad Product. In this regard, we can use varieties of modern and traditional covers designs. Here is a hand picked selection of iPad covers, you can purchase and make your iPad unique among your fellows.

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El iPad tiene un impacto inmediato en las ganancias de Apple

El iPad ha conseguido un impacto importante en las ganancias que ha hecho Apple hasta la fecha. No hay duda que el iPad vino a estremecer el mercado de los dispositivos electrónicos, y con esta nueva gráfica de ganancias de Apple se ve reflejado.


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El iPad ha conseguido un impacto importante en las ganancias que ha hecho Apple hasta la fecha. No hay duda que el iPad vino a estremecer el mercado de los dispositivos electrónicos, y con esta nueva gráfica de ganancias de Apple se ve reflejado.

Grafica de ganancias de Apple en Billones

Sillicon Alley fue el encargado de desarrollar esta gráfica de las ganancias de Apple generadas a partir de Septiembre de 2007, con diversos de sus productos como el iPhone, Mac, iPod, iTunes, programas y por último el nuevo iPad.

Estas ganancias se calcularon en billones de dólares, así que gracias a esta gráfica pueden comprender las ganancias que a generado Apple desde el 2007, que van en aumento cada que lanzaba un nuevo producto, sistema o servicio, según reportan en businessinsider. Continuar leyendo «El iPad tiene un impacto inmediato en las ganancias de Apple»

El iPhone también mejora la vida sexual de los hombres

Si eres hombre, sigue leyendo. Un iPhone, 6 minutos y 20 días son suficientes para mejorar hasta en un 85% tu rendimiento sexual. ‘Fire up yor sex drive’ es una nueva aplicación de Apple que permite paliar los problemas de disfunción eréctil. Una cosa es que Apple rechace el contenido sexual y otra que no se preocupe de la vida sexual de sus clientes.

La clave está en los ultrasonidos que desprende esta aplicación, que ayudan a los cuerpos cavernosos a alcanzar una óptima irrigación sanguínea, y por tanto, a mejorar su vida sexual. Según los creadores de ‘Fire up your sex drive’, un tipo de onda de alta frecuencia es utilizada para sincronizar con el cerebro y estimular la producción de hormonas masculinas. ¿Y qué pasa si lo escucha una mujer? ¿Le sale barba?


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Si eres hombre, sigue leyendo. Un iPhone, 6 minutos y 20 días son suficientes para mejorar hasta en un 85% tu rendimiento sexual. ‘Fire up yor sex drive’ es una nueva aplicación de Apple que permite paliar los problemas de disfunción eréctil. Una cosa es que Apple rechace el contenido sexual y otra que no se preocupe de la vida sexual de sus clientes.

La clave está en los ultrasonidos que desprende esta aplicación, que ayudan a los cuerpos cavernosos a alcanzar una óptima irrigación sanguínea, y por tanto, a mejorar su vida sexual. Según los creadores de ‘Fire up your sex drive’, un tipo de onda de alta frecuencia es utilizada para sincronizar con el cerebro y estimular la producción de hormonas masculinas. ¿Y qué pasa si lo escucha una mujer? ¿Le sale barba? Continuar leyendo «El iPhone también mejora la vida sexual de los hombres»

Los zurdos vs. el nuevo iPhone 4


Apple advirtió que existen inconvenientes por la ubicación de la antena. Steve Jobs, CEO de la empresa, dijo que hay que «evitar sostener el teléfono de esa forma».

Para tener onda hay que se, cuanto menos, ambidiestro. Ese parece ser el mandato de Apple que, luego de las denuncias por la mala recepción del nuevo iPhone 4, instó a sus usuarios a “agarrar bien el aparato”.

El problema es que la ubicación de la antena afecta especialmente a las personas zurdas que deberán practicar con la mano derecha o comprar una funda especial para el aparato que, por supuesto, ya está a la venta.

El grupo de zurdos, que agrupa a 90 mil personas, se manifestó en contra de la petición de Steve Jobs, CEO de Apple, quien planteó que deberán adoptar una posición menos natural. «Hay que evitar sostener el teléfono de esa forma», sostuvo.

Sugiero que contrate a zurdos en el diseño y prueba de sus futuros aparatos. El teléfonodebe ser rediseñado para solventar este problema”, alertó Lauren Milsom, portavoz de la entidad.

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AT&T Explains iPad Security Breach

On Sunday evening, AT&T sent an e-mail message to owners of the Apple 3G iPad notifying them of a security breach that was publicized early last week.

The message, sent by Dorothy Attwood, a senior vice president and chief privacy officer at AT&T, explained that a number of iPad 3G owners’ e-mail addresses, along with a private identification number known as an ICC-ID, were made public through a breach in AT&T’s Web site. The company also apologized for the security error.

AT&T also laid blame on a security group that first discovered the weakness on the company’s Web site. Ms. Attwood wrote that “unauthorized computer ‘hackers’ maliciously exploited a function designed to make your iPad log-in process faster.”

The group, known as Goatse Security, discovered the hole early last week before notifying the gossip Web site Gawker.com. The breach made more than 114,000 e-mail addresses visible.

Ms. Attwood refers to the group in the e-mail as “self-described hackers” and writes that the group “deliberately went to great efforts” to gain access to customers’ private information.

On Thursday, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said it was investigating the security breach, calling it a “potential cyberthreat.”


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On Sunday evening, AT&T sent an e-mail message to owners of the Apple 3G iPad notifying them of a security breach that was publicized early last week.

The message, sent by Dorothy Attwood, a senior vice president and chief privacy officer at AT&T, explained that a number of iPad 3G owners’ e-mail addresses, along with a private identification number known as an ICC-ID, were made public through a breach in AT&T’s Web site. The company also apologized for the security error.

AT&T also laid blame on a security group that first discovered the weakness on the company’s Web site. Ms. Attwood wrote that “unauthorized computer ‘hackers’ maliciously exploited a function designed to make your iPad log-in process faster.”

The group, known as Goatse Security, discovered the hole early last week before notifying the gossip Web site Gawker.com. The breach made more than 114,000 e-mail addresses visible.

Ms. Attwood refers to the group in the e-mail as “self-described hackers” and writes that the group “deliberately went to great efforts” to gain access to customers’ private information.

On Thursday, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said it was investigating the security breach, calling it a “potential cyberthreat.”

Continuar leyendo «AT&T Explains iPad Security Breach»

Samsung, 3D projections, Google speed test and the iPad


by Barney Loehnis
I’ve come across a few interesting ideas this week. The first:

1. Mountains and Mona Lisa – Samsung >> this has limited application as an emerging media I admit, but I offer it firstly because I was bought up on Wales, but more importantly because it was the precursor to the second idea – which is much more applicable:

2. Monuments and masses – Samsung 3D projections>> 3D projection will grow and grow as a brand experience format. These two ideas  in tandem create quite an interesting space that Samsung is beginning to own – innovation with LED and lighting –  similar to the Crowdsourcing ideas in Liverpool Street and Trafalgar Square that T Mobile had so much success in. There are lots of examples of monumental 3D projections – one most recently by BMW in Singapore. I adore this sort of creative work, because it is the true fusion of physical and digital. It creates both a physical and digital Theatre for the Brand in which consumers co-exist and co-create. Developing these “sustained conversations and dialogues” is core to building brands and emotions between them and consumers. Continuar leyendo «Samsung, 3D projections, Google speed test and the iPad»

The iPad Pulse Reader Scales the Charts


By BRAD STONE

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Much has been made of the opportunity presented by Apple’s iPad to big media companies. But surprisingly, it is a $3.99 application  created by two Stanford graduate students that is now the top paid application in the entire iPad section of the App Store.

The application, Pulse News Reader, was developed by Akshay Kothari, 23, and Ankit Gupta, 22, a pair of Indian-born graduate students at Stanford University’s Institute of Design. The two developed the service in the Launch Pad class, which asks budding entrepreneurs to develop and introduce a product in just 10 weeks. Mr. Kothari said the project was inspired by “a personal frustration at the whole news reading experience” on mobile devices. Continuar leyendo «The iPad Pulse Reader Scales the Charts»

Steve Jobs Muses on All Things Apple


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By MIGUEL HELFT

For Steven P. Jobs, the chief executive of Apple, the timing of his public appearance at the D8 conference could not have been better. Last week, Apple surpassed Microsoft to become the world’s most valuable technology company. A little more than a decade ago, Apple was struggling for its life, and many tech pundits were predicting its demise.

So Mr. Jobs’s wide-ranging interview with the conference hosts, Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, began, appropriately, with a softball question: How did it feel to stand at the top of the technology heap?

“For those of us who have been in the industry a long time, it is surreal,” Mr. Jobs said. “But it doesn’t matter very much. It is not what’s important. It is not why any of our customers buy our products. I think it is good for us to keep that in mind. But it is a little surreal.” Continuar leyendo «Steve Jobs Muses on All Things Apple»

The Apple & Microsoft Brand Strategies – What Do You Think?

Yesterday, Apple’s market capitalization eclipsed that of Microsoft. Their rivalry has fascinated me since I was old enough to geek. Apple has always been about control of the experience. Microsoft in its hey-day about control of the industry. Things they are a changing. So what about their brand brand strategies?

Brand Positioning: Microsoft
The Microsoft brand position has always been that of Number One – The market leader. This is a brand position that works for pathetic reasons. People want buy safe so buying from #1 seems like the safe choice. But Microsoft never channeled this dominance into a concrete brand position. They drank too much of their own cool aid and believed their solutions were more competitive than they really were. Being big has led them to being a big mush of meaning, being so many types of software, hardware, services, and systems they have no brand focus. What we here at Distility refer to as «over-branding». As their dominance has waned, their brand position has deflated to the pathetic «I’m a PC» campaign.

Yes, their are some exceptions like the X-Box, but I’d argue that they essentially created a Masterbrand with X-Box, with «Microsoft» being treated as a lesser endorser brand. There’s a future in that.

What lies ahead for Microsoft as they succumb to second place? I see the Microsoft brand moving to the background so more focused brands like Zune, X-Box, and Windows can be accurately positioned vis-a-vis the competition.

Brand Positioning: Apple
My first Apple was the Mac 512/800. It was the easiest computer I’d ever used. That’s what made it different back then. Every Apple product I’ve used since then has maintained that dramatic difference. Steve Jobs knows the integral role that design can lead in brand differentiation. While they couldn’t be market leaders like Microsoft, Apple became the thought leaders with ease of use their weapon of choice. The «I’m a PC/Mac» campaign was the ultimate expression of that brand position.

Positioning is all about being positioned relative to a competitor, so what happens as the competition gets easy to use? Can Apple sustain this position indefinitely?


Microsoft's Birthday card to Apple on its 30th...
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Yesterday, Apple‘s market capitalization eclipsed that of Microsoft. Their rivalry has fascinated me since I was old enough to geek. Apple has always been about control of the experience. Microsoft in its hey-day about control of the industry. Things they are a changing. So what about their brand brand strategies?

Brand Positioning: Microsoft
The Microsoft brand position has always been that of Number One – The market leader. This is a brand position that works for pathetic reasons. People want buy safe so buying from #1 seems like the safe choice. But Microsoft never channeled this dominance into a concrete brand position. They drank too much of their own cool aid and believed their solutions were more competitive than they really were. Being big has led them to being a big mush of meaning, being so many types of software, hardware, services, and systems they have no brand focus. What we here at Distility refer to as «over-branding». As their dominance has waned, their brand position has deflated to the pathetic «I’m a PC» campaign.

Yes, their are some exceptions like the X-Box, but I’d argue that they essentially created a Masterbrand with X-Box, with «Microsoft» being treated as a lesser endorser brand. There’s a future in that.

What lies ahead for Microsoft as they succumb to second place? I see the Microsoft brand moving to the background so more focused brands like Zune, X-Box, and Windows can be accurately positioned vis-a-vis the competition.

Brand Positioning: Apple
My first Apple was the Mac 512/800. It was the easiest computer I’d ever used. That’s what made it different back then. Every Apple product I’ve used since then has maintained that dramatic difference. Steve Jobs knows the integral role that design can lead in brand differentiation. While they couldn’t be market leaders like Microsoft, Apple became the thought leaders with ease of use their weapon of choice. The «I’m a PC/Mac» campaign was the ultimate expression of that brand position.

Positioning is all about being positioned relative to a competitor, so what happens as the competition gets easy to use? Can Apple  sustain this position indefinitely?
Continuar leyendo «The Apple & Microsoft Brand Strategies – What Do You Think?»

333 trillones de combinaciones para customizar tus Munich desde el iPhone

Escoger el color de la suela, la lengüeta, el talón, los cordones o cualquiera de los 16 elementos customizables del modelo Gresca de Munich ya es posible desde los terminales de Apple (iPhone, iPad y iPod Touch). La firma de calzado de moda y deportivo ha lanzado la aplicación Munichmyway, que además de diseñar permite comprar las zapatillas.

Es una extensión de la versión online de http://www.munichmyway.com que permite personalizar el modelo Gresca de Munich, ahora desde los terminales Apple.

El hecho de que se puedan customizar 16 áreas distintas de una zapatilla significa que existen más de 333 trillones de combinaciones posibles del modelo Gresca.

Una vez decidida la elección de los colores, se selecciona el número de pie y el pedido es enviado directamente a la fábrica de Munich en Vilanova d’Espoia, Barcelona. Desde allí se fabrica especialmente cada par y se entrega en un plazo aproximado de dos semanas. Además, esta aplicación permite guardar los diseños realizados y usarlos como wallpapers para iPhone, iPod Touch o iPad y compartirlos directamente en un perfil de Facebook o Twitter.


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Escoger el color de la suela, la lengüeta, el talón, los cordones o cualquiera de los 16 elementos customizables del modelo Gresca de Munich ya es posible desde los terminales de Apple (iPhone, iPad y iPod Touch). La firma de calzado de moda y deportivo ha lanzado la aplicación Munichmyway, que además de diseñar permite comprar las zapatillas.

Es una extensión de la versión online de www.munichmyway.com que permite personalizar el modelo Gresca de Munich, ahora desde los terminales Apple.

El hecho de que se puedan customizar 16 áreas distintas de una zapatilla significa que existen más de 333 trillones de combinaciones posibles del modelo Gresca.

Una vez decidida la elección de los colores, se selecciona el número de pie y el pedido es enviado  directamente a la fábrica de Munich en Vilanova d’Espoia, Barcelona. Desde allí se fabrica especialmente cada par y se entrega en un plazo aproximado de dos semanas.

Además, esta aplicación permite guardar los diseños realizados y usarlos como wallpapers para iPhone, iPod Touch o iPad y compartirlos directamente en un perfil de Facebook o Twitter. Continuar leyendo «333 trillones de combinaciones para customizar tus Munich desde el iPhone»

Browser Testing: A Family Tree

One task drives web professionals to distraction more than almost any other: testing whether their design works equally well in a multitude of browsers and on different devices.

The list of browsers and platforms to verify against keeps getting longer, and as designers, our tempers are getting proportionally shorter; IE6 will probably feature in nightmares for years to come!

Yet doing our work in an ever-widening range of situations is becoming increasingly important.

This article highlights the most common issues that arise when testing with “the usual suspects” and explains why a change in tactics may soon be needed. Your entire perspective on compatibility testing could change.


One task drives web professionals to distraction more than almost any other: testing whether their design works equally well in a multitude of browsers and on different devices.

The list of browsers and platforms to verify against keeps getting longer, and as designers, our tempers are getting proportionally shorter; IE6 will probably feature in nightmares for years to come!

Yet doing our work in an ever-widening range of situations is becoming increasingly important.

This article highlights the most common issues that arise when testing with “the usual suspects” and explains why a change in tactics may soon be needed. Your entire perspective on compatibility testing could change.

Continuar leyendo «Browser Testing: A Family Tree»

Apple sobrepasa a Microsoft y se convierte en la tecnológica más valiosa del mundo

La empresa de Steve Jobs se valoraba este mediodía en US$ 228 mil millones en el mercado electrónico Nasdaq, mientras que la acción de Microsoft caía y dejaba su valor en torno a los US$ 227 mil millones. El iPod y el iPhone, los grandes responsables del cambio.

La eterna rivalidad entre Apple y Microsoft alcanzó hoy un nuevo hito, ya que la firma californiana, fabricante de los ordenadores Macintosh y los teléfonos iPhone, superó en capitalización bursátil a la creadora de los omnipresentes Windows y Explorer.

Pasada la media sesión en el mercado electrónico Nasdaq, donde cotizan ambas compañías, el valor bursátil de Apple alcanzaba hoy los 227.970 millones de dólares, después de una progresiva subida desde que empezó a cotizar y que se ha visto interrumpida en contadas ocasiones, entre ellas la crisis de 2008.


Steve Jobs while presenting the iPad in San Fr...
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La empresa de Steve Jobs se valoraba este mediodía en US$ 228 mil millones en el mercado electrónico Nasdaq, mientras que la acción de Microsoft caía y dejaba su valor en torno a los US$ 227 mil millones. El iPod y el iPhone, los grandes responsables del cambio.

La eterna rivalidad entre Apple y Microsoft alcanzó hoy un nuevo hito, ya que la firma californiana, fabricante de los ordenadores Macintosh y los teléfonos iPhone, superó en capitalización bursátil a la creadora de los omnipresentes Windows y Explorer.

Pasada la media sesión en el mercado electrónico Nasdaq, donde cotizan ambas compañías, el valor bursátil de Apple alcanzaba hoy los 227.970 millones de dólares, después de una progresiva subida desde que empezó a cotizar y que se ha visto interrumpida en contadas ocasiones, entre ellas la crisis de 2008. Continuar leyendo «Apple sobrepasa a Microsoft y se convierte en la tecnológica más valiosa del mundo»

iPhone And iPod Touch Users Lead In Downloading

iPhone users favor free apps

Only 16 percent of Americans over the age of 13 are using devices besides their home computers to download software apps, music, video, and other entertainment content from the Internet, according to a new report by The NPD Group.

The report found three-quarters (75%) of iPhone and iPod Touch users are connecting to the Internet to download entertainment content and apps, compared to 19 percent of game console users and 17 percent of Blu-ray Disc (BD) set-top users.


iPhone users favor free apps

Only 16 percent of Americans over the age of 13 are using devices besides their home computers to download software apps, music, video, and other entertainment content from the Internet, according to a new report by The NPD Group.

The report found three-quarters (75%) of iPhone and iPod Touch users are connecting to the Internet to download entertainment content and apps, compared to 19 percent of game console users and 17 percent of Blu-ray Disc (BD) set-top users. Continuar leyendo «iPhone And iPod Touch Users Lead In Downloading»

Steve Jobs Hates The New York Times iPad App

Users have jeered the New York Times’ main iPad app, but the newspaper is listening to one in particular: We hear Steve Jobs is among the app’s most vociferous critics and has been shunning it.

Jobs clearly wanted to make access to the electronic Times a big selling point for Apple’s tablet computer; the Apple CEO put the paper’s website at the center of full-page magazine ads for the iPad, and even shared the stage at iPad’s unveiling with a Times executive, who demoed a preliminary version of the paper’s iPad software.


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Users have jeered the New York Times‘ main iPad app, but the newspaper is listening to one in particular: We hear Steve Jobs is among the app’s most vociferous critics and has been shunning it.

Jobs clearly wanted to make access to the electronic Times a big selling point for Apple‘s tablet computer; the Apple CEO put the paper’s website at the center of full-page magazine ads for the iPad, and even shared the stage at iPad’s unveiling with a Times executive, who demoed a preliminary version of the paper’s iPad software. Continuar leyendo «Steve Jobs Hates The New York Times iPad App»

Docebita.com / ARTÍCULOS RECIENTES / Steve Jobs lo reafirma: nunca habrá Flash

Steve Jobs ha escrito hoy una carta abierta en torno a la polémica existente en la decisión de Apple de no permitir la entrada de Flash en los dispositivos móviles de la compañía. En seis puntos explica los motivos por los que esta decisión es final y no hay posibilidad de cambio.

Flash es una tecnología muy usada actualmente en multitud de páginas web, ofreciendo desde juegos, a banners publicitarios, presentaciones y animaciones o webs completas. Además es el método más común usado por los servicios de reproducción de video y streaming como YouTube, Vimeo o DailyMotion.


steve jobs Steve Jobs lo reafirma: nunca habrá FlashSteve Jobs ha escrito hoy una carta abierta en torno a la polémica existente en la decisión de Apple de no permitir la entrada de Flash en los dispositivos móviles de la compañía. En seis puntos explica los motivos por los que esta decisión es final y no hay posibilidad de cambio.

Flash es una tecnología muy usada actualmente en multitud de páginas web, ofreciendo desde juegos, a banners publicitarios, presentaciones y animaciones o webs completas. Además es el método más común usado por los servicios de reproducción de video y streaming como YouTube, Vimeo o DailyMotion. Debido a esto muchos usuarios de iPhone, iPod Touch e iPads han manifestado su desacuerdo con Apple y han exigido que se integre esta funcionalidad para poder acceder al 100% del contenido web. Continuar leyendo «Docebita.com / ARTÍCULOS RECIENTES / Steve Jobs lo reafirma: nunca habrá Flash»

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