Dell’s newest dude, Andy Lark, has unknowingly punk’d and pwned himself with one heck of a statement: that the iPad will “fail in the enterprise”. Quick, someone tell Captain Kirk!
A Dell executive has suggested the iPad 2, kitted out with extras, costs at least $1500 while suggesting it would fail in the enterprise, with Android Honeycomb to win and a dual Windows/Honeycomb strategy to come.
OK, so Apple has done it again. Whipped the technology and consumer media up into a feeding frenzy that is. But has it delivered with the truly magical and revolutionary product that was promised? Er, no dude, not by a long shot and here (in no particular order) are 15 reasons why the iPad is not a ...
Dang it, as if we weren’t already addicted to physics games like Angry Birds and Shoot The Apple, now we’ve got Dude Perfect, an addicting as heck physics game too that calls for ballers everywhere to download. If you love taking trick-shots and are a huge fan of the Dude Perfect following, you can now bring it to your smartphone with this all new time passer.
Rupert Murdoch’s statement that the iPad is a game changer is being tested by the man himself, apparently with a bit of Apple’s help, with the launch of a US-centric new “Daily” iPad newspaper that’s iPad-only, meaning no print or web editions, and a fee of US 99c per week. Will it sell?