Got an iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad without GPS? Thanks to the guys at Bad Elf, you can add on a GPS receiver, giving you accurate navigation without owning a 3G connected model.
iPads and iPhones face off in an Apple-themed Twitter anthem for this Michael Jackson Beat It spoof. We wonder what the King of Pop would think of the dancing (not bad). (Thanks everyone!)
An elegantly designed and versatile stand for the iPad. The Compass’ easel mode is perfect for both landscape and portrait, while it’s acutely tilted mode is perfect for typing.
Headcase’s official Etch A Sketch case for the iPad looks just like the original, complete with its shiny red plastic border and gold painted logo. It’s too bad they couldn’t make the knobs work.
Dentsu London and BERG used iPads and carefully choreographed, motion-controlled 3D animations to generate incredible long-exposure light paintings. Simply amazing stuff.
Similar to Flipboard, FLUD is a stylish way of reading and sharing articles on the iPad. FLUD is a paid app, but since it’s an RSS feed reader you always have lots of free content at your fingertips.
Designer Yaser Alhamyari has a few gadgets to dock, so he came up with The Docking and Storage Base, which not only holds your iMac, but docks, syncs and charges up to 3 additional devices.
Epic Games demos the Unreal Engine 3 running on the iPhone 3GS/4 and iPad, it’s proof positive that they’re plenty powerful. The full game, Project Sword hits this December. (Thanks, Drew!)
Like old movies? This nifty iPad app gives you free access to a growing library of hundreds of streamed classics and B-movies, all in a familiar interface that’s as easy to navigate as it gets.
What better way to end the week, but with a little Survivor? This isn’t just any 1980s hair band. This geeked-out 21st century update is performed entirely on iPads, courtesy of Jordan Hollender.
The Flipboard iPad app is the magazine of the future. It aggregates content shared by your friends via twitter, facebook and from other online sources into a sleek and snappy magazine layout.
Popular Mechanics crosses over to the digital side and succeeds. Their interactive magazine for the iPad is off to a stellar start – as of this writing, it’s rated 4.5 stars overall from 103 ratings.
The iPad has been criticized by some as a device that’s optimized for consuming content, as opposed to creating content. The insanely talented iPad artist David Kassan proves those critics wrong.
Mix and scratch with Async’s Baby Decks for the iPad, with cross-fade, pitch adjust, transformer buttons, and the ability to upload tracks. Add a sound system and you’re ready to party.
Play as Nelson Tethers, the US Department of Puzzle Research’s (only) agent, and investigate why an eraser factory has shut down. Filled with humor, suspense, puzzles and gnomes.
Got an old Macintosh Classic lying around? One enterprising modder in Japan figured he could use his old Mac as the perfect doc for his iPad, and it just plain works. Don’t you want one now?
Who knew that dogs not only knew how to use an iPad, but like air hockey too? This video proves it’s true. Strangest thing is a search on YouTube for “dog air hockey” turns up more than one result.
Remo Camerota’s photo app Drainspotting explores the fascinating art of Japanese manhole covers. Specially made for the iPad, it contains over 100 extra pictures not present in the original book.
Jesse Rosten offers a simple, albeit slightly impractical way to make the most out of your iPad. Just add Velcro, and voila – the world is your dock. Or not. The combo does have its limits.
The subdued felt and leather Tilt iPad Case from Austria’s Hard Graft functions as both protective case and cushioned support stand; unobtrusive stretchy bands cover the bevel, not the screen.
Macedonian designer Dragan Trencevski has created the eRoll, a concept that could be the future of e-reading. The rollable, flexible screen in effect reduces the size of a book to a mere baton.
Already got an iPhone and an iPad? What’s next? iPhone 4G? How about a watch inspired by Apple’s gadgets? Not only would the iWatch tell time, but run apps, and have a mini-projector built-in.
The ClamCase has a bay to slip your iPad into, a Bluetooth keyboard, cut-outs for the various buttons and a wraparound hinge, which can flip 360° to either encase the iPad or to be inobtrusive.
Looks like the latest in fashion accessories has made its way to our city streets – iPad pendants. The only thing better would if this guy were running a clock app instead of a music video on the display.
From the expertly agile fingers of Japanese anime artist Yoshitoshi ABe comes this very cool video of him scribbling sketches on the iPad, fingerpaint style, using the LiveSketch HD app.
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