Spend $35 And Display Your iPad’s Entire Screen

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Have you ever wanted to project your iPad's entire screen up on a large screen?  Perhaps for a demo or a training session on how to use the iPad?  Well thanks to Christopher Breen over at Macworld, you can now do this for the low price of $31 and a little bit of jailbreaking.  Here's how it's done. … [Read more...]

Configure Mail Setting on iPad | iPad EMail

Configure Mail Setting on iPad | iPad Mail

As you know, you can configure Mail Setting on iPad in the Settings app on the Home screen. You’ll find the information under Mail, Contacts, Calendars. The first option under Accounts is Fetch New Data. Push is a technology that allows Internet servers to send information to your iPad as soon as the message is received by your email provider on their email servers. Some email servers will push email to you, while others won’t. Supported … [Read more...]

Best Way To Manage Your Email | iPad EMail

Manage EMail | iPad Email

The best way to manage email is to read it and respond to it when it arrives, and then delete it. This keeps you up to date and keeps your Inbox from getting cluttered. Responding to an email can be as simple as reading and deleting it, sending a reply or forwarding the email to someone else, or it may be a bit more complex and involve saving the data in the email in the appropriate app (saving photos to the Photos app, for instance). … [Read more...]

iPad AirPlay Speaker Options And Workarounds

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There are a lot of people looking for iPad speakers and AirPlay speakers these days because media is so central to the iPad.  AirPlay speakers are still fairly new and there really are not that many out on the market.  If you want the convenience of AirPlay then here are three ways you can enjoy it  using your iPad today. … [Read more...]

How To Use Email on iPad | iPad EMail

iPad EMail | How To Use EMail on iPad

The iPad comes with Mail, an email management program already built in and ready to use, and available from the Home Screen. You have to tell Mail about your email accounts before you can use it, though, including your email address, password, and associated settings, and you need to test the email accounts you configure to make sure they’re working properly. It’s notable that Mail integrates with several types of email almost seamlessly, … [Read more...]

iPad Cloud Storage Options Compared

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I was just talking to a friend that had her laptop stolen.   It was unfortunate but the thieves also stole her external hard drive.  This meant she lost all her most valuable information, music, photos, etc.    Feeling her pain, I was reminded how valuable I find cloud storage these days and thus wanted to explain all your options for cloud storage with your iPad. … [Read more...]

How to Use Home Sharing on iPad

Home Sharing on iPad

Introduced in iTunes 9, Home Sharing was initially designed to allow you to share music and copy files between iTunes on different computers over a local network. But with iTunes 10.2, you can now use Home Sharing on iPad to stream content to iOS devices as well. Here’s how it works. Using Home Sharing on iPad - iTunes Setup To start with, you need to activate Home Sharing in iTunes on each of the Macs (and Windows PCs) whose libraries … [Read more...]

Configure POP3 Email Account on iPad | iPad EMail Setup

iPad EMail Setup

POP3 email accounts differ from web-based accounts in many ways. POP3 email accounts are commonly provided by companies that offer Internet service you pay for, such as Time Warner, Comcast, Verizon, and the like. You can also have a POP3 email account from a place where you work or go to school, or from a dedicated email host. These are often referred to as email providers, but can still be POP3 in nature. Email providers like these have their … [Read more...]

How To Care For Your iPad 2 Screen And Smart Cover

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If you are a new or not so new owner of the new iPad 2 then you might be wondering just how to care for that screen.  You might also be wondering how to properly care for your new Smart Cover if you purchased one and it's getting a bit dirty already.  Here is how you can care for your iPad screen and your Smart Cover. … [Read more...]

Using The iPad And Make Your Daily Task Much Easier

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With its 9.7-inch Multi-Touch display and groundbreaking interface, using the iPad makes being productive far easier than using a desktop computer. Take checking your email. By tapping the Mail icon, your inbox will instantly spring to life. When used in landscape mode, your messages can be found on the left side of the screen, with selected messages viewed in full on the right. On-screen controls make sending emails, forwarding messages, saving … [Read more...]

Do You Have An App Fetish And Feel The Need To “Tap That App”?

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I love iPad apps.  I also love the comments on TCGeeks.  They really help broaden the horizon of the blog and one in particular really stood out this week.  In an article discussing the other tablets that are soon to be released, a reader noted that "95% of my apps are only used once".  This made me think about a few things and I wonder if apps are like a shoe fetish...here's why. … [Read more...]

Now iPad 2 For School Too!

iPad 2 For School

The iPad 2 was never designed as a standalone notebook device, which was meant to be a lesser capable version of a laptop device. The iPad 2 has been designed to perform the basic functions of a laptop, like reading emails without having to be converted into text forms first, editing and creation of documents, web browsing and gaming. While these uses of an iPad 2 deem it useful for business usage, the iPad 2 now have a bigger role to play in the … [Read more...]

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