I’m still trying to make sense of the comments made to CIO Australia by Dell’s global head of marketing for large enterprises and public organisations, Andy Lark, regarding the iPad.
The new iPad isn’t even available to the general public yet, but that won’t stop us from thinking about its successor. The new new iPad, or iPad 4, should arrive sometime in 2013 and based on what Apple has — or hasn’t — done already, we can start making predictions on a fourth iteration of the iconic device.
Written by: Beverley Head | Published in: TechnologyOPINION: When Commonwealth Bank anointed Andy Lark, ex Dell, as its chief marketing officer one year ago, the writing was on the wall - the banks were morphing into technology companies while technology companies got more like banks. Have you tried getting a straight answer out of Apple recently?
Apple made a big deal about the iPad mini providing an uncompromised iPad experience for users, and it’s standing by that by making it impossible for web developers to detect whether a web page is being read on an iPad or an iPad mini.
The iPad mini may have a display that’s being singled out in most reviews as being below Apple’s recent standards, but a look under the microscope by Repair Labs affirms what I’ve been noticing in person: while the mini definitely doesn’t offer the same kind of quality as an iPad with Retina Display (3rd or 4th gen), its screen is a big step up from the 2nd-generation iPad.
Netflix has just launched its “Just For Kids” user interface on the iPad, combining two of kids’ favorite things: the iPad and cartoons.
The Just For Kids UI debuted back in August of 2011, and has since made its way to the Xbox and various Blu-ray players and smart TVs.
Children tend to really enjoy the iPad’s touch interface, but without any parental controls within the a
Dell (DELL) is trying hard to push beyond its legacy hardware provider status to become an end-to-end solution provider, tapping the myriad acquisitions it has made and realigning its business to address for major areas of growth, said Joanne Moretti, Dell Software VP and global head of Software Marketing.