Parallels Access Turns Your Windows / Mac Programs Into iPad Apps

Being able to get at your computer from your tablet is nothing new — apps like TeamViewer and LogMeIn already to a great job, and a free for non-commercial use — but Parallels Access offers something a little different. It optimises the programs running on your computer so that they mimic iPad apps, supporting the … Continue reading Parallels Access Turns Your Windows / Mac Programs Into iPad Apps

Belkin launches Orla Kiely cases for iPhone and iPad

iPhone and iPad owners are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing cases for their Apple devices — from Lego to leather, there are a wealth of options to choose from, with new ones appearing with each passing week. The latest to arrive are several Belkin cases put together in collaboration with fashion designer … Continue reading Belkin launches Orla Kiely cases for iPhone and iPad

Traktor DJ iPad App Review: Near Perfect Digital DJing

DJ iPad apps have been around for years, and on whole they’ve always been a bit hit and miss, generally falling into two categories: a midi controller or a virtual deck setup – neither of which particularly works well on a small tablet touchscreen. Well, those days are behind us as the company behind Traktor, … Continue reading Traktor DJ iPad App Review: Near Perfect Digital DJing

Belkin’s Thunderstorm Handheld Home Theatre: Take your iPad to the movies

Despite having splashed out a few years ago on a big telly (the prices of which are now comically low) I watch a lot of content on my iPad. Especially after I discovered that Netflix has all 5 seasons of Friday Night Lights and that my deadlines were “flexible”. But great though the iPad is … Continue reading Belkin’s Thunderstorm Handheld Home Theatre: Take your iPad to the movies

So Apple have been busy: Skinny iMacs, Retina MacBooks and the fun-sized iPad Mini

There was a great article in Ars Technica about the problem’s Apple have been having with their once legendary secrecy, with their every expanding supply chain creating holes in their airtight veil of mystery. I know the feeling. There was a genuine excitement to Apple launches of yesteryear, where new products would be a genuine … Continue reading So Apple have been busy: Skinny iMacs, Retina MacBooks and the fun-sized iPad Mini

Cygnett Keypad Review: Typing on the go

When it comes to writing emails and documents on the iPad, the iPad virtual keyboard can be tricky especially if you use the symbols. Sometimes I miss having the symbols just a button press away. This is why portable keyboards have become very popular. You can get cases with keyboards built in or you can … Continue reading Cygnett Keypad Review: Typing on the go