So the news is that Apple may acquire Cambridge-based chip designer, ARM Holdings for $8 billion.
Chips designed by ARM now feature in nearly every one of the 4bn mobile phones in use around the world. ARM designs are deployed in Apple iPhones and iPads.
Analyst Richard Holway of TechmarketView said. “I have no idea if there is any validity in (the rumours) but makes sense as Apple designed the main chip for the iPad inhouse and doesn’t want to see its technology used in other competing products.” Continue reading →
Here’s the latest soon to be gigantically viral iPad-related video clip – Chinese pianist Lang Lang walked onstage in San Francisc to perform the encore playing Flight Of The Bumblebee on an iPad. He used the Magic Piano app, apparently. Continue reading →
Apple’s iTunes will present 62 bands across 31 days in a series of performances at the Roundhouse in Camden Town, London. Announced highlights include Scissor Sisters (July 1), Tony Bennett (July 2) & Ozzy Osbourne (July 3). Continue reading →
This concept video shows you the future of the iPad.
While it will take a while, perhaps a really long while, until the technology we have available to us will really support a true flexible ePaper iPad-cum-display and be capable of mass market manufacture, it should be self-evident that this is the ultimate destination for an iPad dream, at least as a reading device. Continue reading →