Accessories & Peripherals

Study: iPad and Kindle Can Coexist

The debut of the iPad a year ago was speculated to be the death knell for e-readers like the Kindle. But a new study by JP Morgan reports that the iPad is not actually a Kindle killer.

According to the study, 40 percent of iPad owners also own a Kindle, and another 23 percent of iPad owners plan on buying one in the next 12 months, …

Are Google’s Search Results Fixed?

Is Google unfairly promoting its own content above everyone else’s? According to those who run rival services, the answer is definitely yes, and now the company is under investigation by the European Union over allegations of favoritism. The problem is apparently the placement of Google services above other search results, and for those …

Gorillaz’ Xmas Gift To You: The World’s 1st iPad Album

When Apple create its next iPad ad, there’s another word it might want to add another word: Gorillaz. Damon Albarn has recorded the next album for his all-inclusive superband entirely on his Apple tablet, and he’s about to let everyone hear it for free.

Albarn first revealed that he’d created an album’s worth of material on his iPad …

London Scientists Want A Physical “Transport Internet”

A group of British scientists and logistics planners have proposed a program called Foodtubes, an underground network of tunnels controlled by logistics software which could send food and household goods from one location to another. The dubbed “transport Internet” works similar to the way we surf the Web, and can become a more …

Google Loses Street View Trespass Case, Pays (Very) Small Settlement

Google Street View may not cause mental anguish, but it could be considered trespassing. At least, that’s the lesson to learn from the experience of Pittsburgh couple Aaron and Christine Boring, who have successfully sued Google for trespassing after they found pictures of their house on the service despite living on a private …

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