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Similarities between the original iPad launch and rumored iWatch

Posted in アップル, ウェアラブルコンピュータ by shiro on 2013年3月26日
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Japan: Where the iPad is changing lives

Posted in タブレット, 日本 by shiro on 2013年3月26日
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Disruptions: F.A.A. May Loosen Curbs on Fliers’ Use of Electronics

Posted in 航空 by shiro on 2013年3月25日
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iPad in the classroom is a winner

Posted in アップル, 教育 by shiro on 2013年3月9日

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Burlington High School Profile | Apple

教育が変わる、学校が変わる — 必見!

The iPad one-to-one program uses technology that’s already a big part of students’ lives to make them more excited about learning.

iPad in the classroom is a winner | The Loop

Apple has a profile on its education page that offers an article and a video talking the faculty and students of Burlington High School, just outside Boston, Mass. The article is great, but the video is amazing. The teachers want the best tools they can get and they recognize that text books are not the best way to go.

Schools Abandon Textbooks To Go All iPad | Here & Now

At Burlington High School, Steve Jobs’ Legacy Lives On | CBS Boston

教育の場と iPad — Burlington 高校の場合 | maclalala2

It’s not Apple’s job to be a parent to your kids

Posted in アップル by shiro on 2013年3月6日

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It’s not Apple’s job to be a parent to your kids | The Loop

The simple fact is, as parents, it’s up to us to monitor what our kids do with technology or any toy. If you choose not to use the included controls because they are a hassle, then that’s your choice. You made that decision.

Apple’s iPad Needs A Kid Mode. Like, Yesterday. | TechCrunch

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Apple IPads Neutered for U.S. Government in CACI Mobile Push

Posted in セキュリティ by shiro on 2013年2月9日

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Apple IPads Neutered for U.S. Government in CACI Mobile Push | Bloomberg

CACI, based in Arlington, Virginia, secures iPads for the government by altering the hardware rather than by providing software, Allen said. While the iPad’s wireless connectivity and camera are among the features he said are risky in a top-secret environment, he declined to provide details on how CACI secures the devices.

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One in six PCs shipped in Q4 2012 was an iPad

Posted in アップル, タブレット, PC by shiro on 2013年2月7日
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About iPad market share

Posted in アップル, マーケットシェア by shiro on 2013年2月6日
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Survey: E-book reading goes up, print reading declines

Posted in 電子書籍 by shiro on 2013年1月1日
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On writing on the iPad

Posted in キーボード, タイピング by shiro on 2012年12月10日

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Why I’m writing on the iPad | Macworld

Now, even on the iPad’s screen I’m a decently fast typist. (The iPad mini, not so much, at least not yet.) I certainly can type on an iPad much faster than I can write with a pen on paper. But it’s nowhere close to my speed on a MacBook keyboard. Using the iPad slowed me down and got me to think about what I was writing in a way that using my trusty MacBook Air never would.

I’m no Oliver Sacks, but I’d wager that I’m just not taking more time to choose my words, but I’m actually using different parts of my brain when I write this way. And not only does the actual act of writing feel different, but the end result feels different to me too.

On writing on the iPad | The Loop

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