iPad Drop Digital Kitchen Scale

Drop is an iPad connected kitchen scale and app for $80. I am no cook but the Nomiku also looks interesting to precisely control cooking temperatures using the sous-vide cooking method. The $299 price is only for people who are serious about their specialized cooking.

iPad in 2012

What to do with your new iPad Congratulations, one of the most important decisions is to start something new and your decision to buy an iPad is the start of something good that can provide you with hours of enjoyment and accomplishment. When it was first introduced the iPad was misunderstood and compared against the …

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iPad at Work

A recurring theme in my blogs is how personal learning and training can be the best way to get more efficiency, effectiveness, and enjoyment out of your systems (after you have chosen the best products to work with). MacSparky’s book, iPad at Work, explains in detail how to get more value from your iPad. If …

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iPad Retrospective

With the iPad2 set to be introduced tomorrow it is a good time for a retrospective on how it has been used and how views about it have changed. John Chandler has a retrospective on his blog that goes through the stages of his iPad thinking and usage. It has been his constant companion, unobtrusive …

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Square in Canada?

Mobilesyrup provides news on mobile developments in Canada. They had an article on Square which is a mobile payment system that processes credit cards without the normal obstacles and with lower fees. No news yet on when Square will be available in Canada but in the Square forums it is stated that it is coming.

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