Apple is selling refurbished iPads (Wi-Fi only) for the “special limited time price” of $429 for the 16GB, $499 for the 32GB and $599 for the 64GB. That’s up to $100 bucks off the retail price, which relatively speaking, is a fantastic deal. If you want the super fancy 3G models, well there is only a $50 discount for those. The only question we have is why did these iPads need to be refurbished so soon, are they cursed or something? Oh well, a deal’s a deal!
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The digital and mobile landscape has certainly been changing rapidly, in certain part by the Apple iPad. While the iPad is certainly practical for some, for others it is solely a device used to bring entertainment, and as some may succumb, to waste time. However, in all the creative things we’ve seen come out of the iPad, the iPad Light Painting by BERG is surely one of the most creative.
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The United States could run out of unique Internet addresses to assign to new devices by the end of next year, a telecommunications official said on Tuesday.
Internet Protocol version 4, known as IPv4, provides the dominant architecture for the Internet. It requires devices to have unique identifiers, known as an IP address, but it only has space for 4.3 billion of those addresses.
The recent profusion of mobile devices like Research in Motion’s BlackBerry and Apple’s iPad, and the expansion of Internet services to more homes have quickly depleted available addresses.
An upgrade to the Internet’s main communications protocol with more space, called IPv6, is available, but adoption in the United States has lagged behind Europe, China and other countries.
“We now face an exhaustion of IPv4 addresses,” Lawrence Strickling, administrator of the U.S. National Telecommunications and Information Administration, said at a meeting of government and industry stakeholders.
In a time when online dating is more popular than ever and when mobile devices and the Internet are keeping us more connected than ever, I still find that technology is completely killing my game. How?
I think it’s really great that you can listen to the latest Paramore album on your iPod while commuting on the subway to your mid-level retail job as Display Merchandiser but it’s seriously cramping my pick-up lines. Casually remarking how, “it’s actually really beautiful how public transit can bring people so close like this” is now impossible. Tapping someone on the shoulder to get their attention and then signaling awkwardly for them to remove their headphones is lame enough – it also makes my otherwise seemingly deep however nonchalant observation seem forced and practiced.
2. Call Display
Assuming I’ve managed to get your phone number, spent a few hours over dinner showing you how unsuccessful and awkward I am and ultimately turned you off of ever meeting me again, I still may want to force you to do so – a second chance, as it were. However, with the (not so recent) invention of call display, you’re able to quite easily screen my calls and in turn avoid my pleas of desperation. Normally several pathetic voice-mails may have done the trick, but many people don’t check their mailboxes as calling as gone out of fashion. And it’s been replaced by…
Last week we brought you the hottest gadgets from the 1970’s, and before that we published gadgets from the 1960′s. This may not be the first time these types of technology hit the market, but in the 1980′s these are the products people would have stood in line for, much like they do for the iPad and iPhone today.
Last week we brought you the hottest gadgets from the 1960′s. This week we’re bringing you the most “far out” gadgets from the 70′s that were only slightly less popular than the iPad is today. Ok, maybe that is an understatement. Check out these awesome gadgets that were the envy of all geeks more than 30 years ago.