Although several rather bizarre rumors have claimed Apple will integrate a projector into a future iPhone, it seems a little unlikely — at least for many years. But thanks to PoP Video, you can add your own projector that displays 960 x 540 video for just $99.
HotSwap gives you your own account with your own bookmarks, tabs, and settings.
Have you ever leant your iPad to a friend or family member and when you get it back you find they’ve logged out of all of your social networks and closed all those tabs you were saving for later?
With Skyfire’s new HotSwap feature on the iPad, you can setup different accounts for each users so that everyone has their own profile while browsing the web — with their own bookmarks, tabs, and settings. It’s perfect for sharing.
After months of anticipation, Amazon’s $199 Kindle Fire started shipping yesterday, but even since its unveiling critics have been labeling it a worthy iPad competitor. Its pocket-pleasing price tag coupled with its terrific user interface could make it the first tablet to really give the iPad something to worry about.
But how does it stack up to Apple’s device in terms of performance? Well, at less than $200, none of us expected the Kindle Fire to really match the iPad 2’s speed, but as you’ll see in this video comparison, it does a fantastic job of keeping up while browsing the web, and it’s significantly quicker and streaming Netflix videos.