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On Thursday, Ten One Design posted a proof of concept video showcasing pressure sensitive drawing and handwriting on the iPad. Though the frameworks used are currently private, Ten One hopes Apple will incorporate them publicly into a future version of iOS's UIKit framework.
Last week, Sports Illustrated released an iPad version of its popular weekly magazine. The app itself is free, but each issue of the magazine will cost $5.
Major publisher DC Comics has finally joined the digital revolution with its own app, as well as distribution through Comixology.
Popular gaming channel G4TV launched a comprehensive iPhone app on the eve of E3 but massive viewership crashed the website and took the app with it.
Benjamin Gotow's Layers app has been updated to version 2.2, receiving much requested features including per-layer transparency controls and a brush offset feature.
Apple plans to release a mobile version of its iMovie video-editing software to coincide with the release of an iPhone with a much-improved video camera.
Netflix offered a glance at its app for the iPhone during Monday's WWDC keynote. Slated for release later this summer, the app will let you stream video over Wi-Fi and 3G, view recommendations, browse genres, and access your queue.
Using MasterCard's MoneySend application, iPhone and iPad users will be able to send or receive money using their phone or tablet.
On Wednesday, Wonder Warp Software released a universal update to its sheet music and piano instruction app, Etude, allowing it to run natively on the iPad.
Elgato has updated the Elgato EyeTV software to add support for Apple's iPad, including optimized support for playback on Apple tablet device.
The newly released Financial Times app for the iPad will give you full access to the publication, including offline viewing options, for free until July 31st.
We continue our look at the best apps available for the iPad with nine App Store offerings that won't cost you a dime to download.
The Netflix for iPad 1.0.2 update adds support for video output via the iPad's optional VGA, component, or composite adapters.
Vanity Fair has joined the ranks of magazines offering its own issue-based apps. The June issue is now available for both the iPad and iPhone in the App Store for $5 (the same as the cover price of a paper copy). Future issue purchases will be $4.
The future of TV entertainment has “iPad” written all over it—but not for the reasons you may think.