Sticking a Keyboard on Your iPad: Fingers-on With the TouchFire + MORE iPad News 07/28/2012

More iPad news and updates!  A round up of the latest Apple iPad articles from around the net.
iTranslate Voice HD comes to the iPad with lots of features

I’ve looked at some translation apps before, and it seems each time I review a new one I see increased capabilities and better performance. iTranslate Voice has available on the iPhone for awhile, and now it has come to the iPad in an HD edition.

Like its smaller sibling, iTranslate Voice HD can translate 31 languages both directions. Some of the 31 are variations or dialects of one language, like Spanish, that appears in Mexican, Spanish and US versions.

Operation is simple. Speak into the iPad microphone in your language, and out comes the selected language in your choice of a male or female voice…

Continue Reading On The Unofficial Apple Weblog »

Sticking a Keyboard on Your iPad: Fingers-on With the TouchFireiPad users still frustrated with the lack of feedback while typing on their tablets may find relief in the new TouchFire screen-top keypad. But the new Kickstarter-funded accessory is not without its flaws.
I was pretty excited to finally receive my two TouchFire screen-top keyboards in the mail this week, after having ordered them last December. You might not expect someone to be particularly thrilled with a seven-month shipping delay, but I didn’t mind.
That’s because my relationship to TouchFire began with Kickstarter, the crowdfunding Web service designed to let startups and entrepreneurs get investments from the general public…

Continue Reading On ReadWriteWeb.com »

<a href="http://feeds.wired.com/~r/wired/index/~3/98bAj66NdhE/" title="Apple v. Samsung: 5 Surprising Reveals in Latest Court Documents” rel=”follow” name=”Wired.com” target=”_blank”>Apple v. Samsung: 5 Surprising Reveals in Latest Court Documents
- Wired.com

As Apple and Samsung’s trial looms closer, we’re learning a lot of never-before seen information about the early days of the iPhone and iPad, and what happened behind closed doors at both Apple and Samsung. Here’s a look at 5 of the most interesting discoveries to come out of the companies’ litigation drama.

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iPhone apps to help you follow the Olympics
- The Unofficial Apple Weblog

iPhone apps to help you follow the Olympics

The Games of the XXX Olympiad started on Friday with grandiose opening ceremonies in London, England that included a long list of notable English figures like the Queen of England, Mr. Bean and Paul McCartney.

Now that the big kickoff celebration is over, it’s time to start the competition — and we’ve got a list of apps to help you keep track of the Olympic events on your iOS device.

NBC began its TV coverage of the Olympics, and iOS owners with a cable or satellite subscription can follow the coverage on their iPad, iPhone or iPod touch…

Continue Reading On The Unofficial Apple Weblog »

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