"BaiBoard http://bit.ly/1c98yt0 ; is an interesting free app which enables users to collaborate on a shared whiteboard as well as annotate on PDF files across the Internet on iPads and Macs Using the app it is possible to set up a whiteboard and then have other app users connect to the same space. Anything drawn on the page from any of the users connected will be visible to all the other users."
Via John Evans
New research out from AdMob looks at tablet device usage, primarily the iPad, in terms of content consumption, where they use them the most and other factors. The survey included responses from over 1,500 respondents and showed that gaming (84 percent), search (78 percent) and email (74 percent) led the way in terms of how users are spending their time with their tablets, while surprisingly, entertainment consumption (music and video) and reading e-books ranked among the least common activities with only 51 percent and 46 percent respectively. Interestingly, the survey shows that nearly half (43 percent) of those surveyed now spend more time with their tablet than they do with their desktop or notebook computer, and 77 percent spend less time on their notebooks or desktops than they did before getting a tablet. Even more impressive is that over a third (34 percent) of respondents indicated that they use their tablets more than they use their televisions. In terms of where people use their tablets most, it seems “at home” was the most common response. In fact, 82 percent of respondents claim they primarily use their tablets at home, while only 11 percent said they use them most often “on the go.” The remaining 7 percent said they use the iPad mostly at work.
Michael Wu, Ph.D. is Lithium's Principal Scientist of Analytics, digging into the complex dynamics of social interaction and group behavior in online communities and social networks.
Via The Digital Rocking Chair
“ If you own a tablet and have children, chances are that this will not come as news to you. For those who don't but work in mobile, it's something worth remembering when you're concocting up your next big product: Kids are crazy about tablets.”
Via John Evans
“I thought I'd post something fun about how to figure out if you are a serious games researcher. Here goes... You might be a serious games researcher if... 1. You want to crawl under a rock when peo...”
Via Nigel Wynne
“ Previous centuries have been defined by novels and cinema. In a bold manifesto we're proud to debut here on Kotaku, game designer Eric Zimmerman states that this century will be defined by games.”
Via Petros Lameras
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