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Immigration Advocates Upset Over 'Smuggle Truck: Operation Immigration' Game

'Smuggle Truck: Operation Immigration' is a new game that invites players to smuggle illegal immigrants across the U.S. border. Owlchemy Labs, the Boston-based company that developed the game, is hoping to release 'Smuggle Truck' in March as an app for the iPhone and iPad, but the company's proposed launch is facing stiff resistance from immigrant advocacy groups. The game's objective is...

The Daily, First Dedicated iPad 'Newspaper' Launches

Earlier today, the world finally got its first peak at 'The Daily,' the news publication created explicitly for the iPad by Rupert Murdoch. Murdoch's brainchild is designed to leverage the multimedia capabilities of the tablet in order to create an interactive and immersive digital magazine for getting your daily dose of information. Important daily news, sports, celebrity gossip and even app...

Get Excited, New York Food Snobs: David Chang Is Making an iPad App

David Chang, the owner of the delectable Momofuku restaurant family, is an unstoppable entrepreneur. (And a pretty fun drunk, apparently.) The 33-year-old, pork-obsessed chef seemingly isn't content with opening five acclaimed restaurants in nearly as many years, because now he's getting into publishing. According to the New York Times, Chang and his Momofuku cookbook collaborator Peter Meehan...

Barnes & Noble's Colorful NOOK Kids App Comes to iPad

Already available on Barnes & Noble's NOOKcolor e-reader, the 'NOOK Kids' app is now available on the iPad. According to TUAW, the app features hundreds of colorful, interactive books, which it will read aloud to your kids, and also easily syncs with your NOOKcolor device. The free app, which also works on the iPhone, comes with two initial downloads -- Richard Scarry's 'Colors,' and Rudyard...

Gorillaz Record New Album With iPad, Give It Away for Free Online

When he wasn't playing shows on a recent American tour, Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn was using an iPad to record the band's latest album, 'The Fall.' To create the record, Albarn used about 20 different iPad apps, including: 'Speak It!,' 'SoundyThingie,' 'Mugician,' 'Solo Synth,' 'Funkbox,' 'Xenon,' 'Harmonizer,' 'BassLine' and more, according to TIME's Techland. Using the iPad, it took Albarn...

Guess What This iPad App For Cats Does? Just Guess.

Though your kitty's precious paws might leave scratch marks, app publisher Hiccup has gone and done what millions of cat/iPad owners have thought of themselves: an iPad application for their furry feline friends. The app imitates a mouse or laser point darting about unpredictably, and while we won't let Missy the Cat near our expensive equipment, it looks pretty darn fun. We can't tell if the game...

Bob Woodward Stars in Bizarre Ad for Washington Post iPad App

The Washington Post has recently stepped into the e-publishing trade with its own iPad app, but, according to the paper's new commercial, all of its journalists are totally dumbstruck to be living in a post-print 2010. (See it after the break.) The ad begins when someone in the newsroom tells Bob Woodward about the iPad and about the Post's new app. Woodward immediately abandons whatever he was...

U.S. Cyber Command Opens, Life on the Content Farm

Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web. Read: Military's cyberwar command opens The Department of Defense announced that the military's new command for protecting its networks against cyberassault had achieved "full operational capability," meaning the new U.S. Cyber Command, which opened for business in May, is 100...

Martha Stewart Floods iTunes With Tempting Cookies

Be careful, iTunes shoppers. A new arrival to the App Store could gorge consumers with third-party cookies -- although the distributor in this particular situation is only Martha Stewart, and the cookies are actually tangible. The Martha Stewart Makes Cookies App for iPad serves up "a mouthwatering assortment of Martha's favorite cookies," by mixing "cutting-edge technology with beautiful design...

Acutouch HT-9500: Control This Massaging Recliner With Your iPhone

As lovers of both technology and leisure, we can appreciate the Acutouch HT-9500, a black leather massaging recliner that can be wirelessly controlled via an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. After all, what's technology for if not to aid our relaxation? Priced at $4,999, your recliner comes with a free app download (well, sort of free) that lets you control the chair's posture, massage intensity and...

A Virtual Miracle on 34th Street: Macy's to Debut Digital 'Magic Fitting Room'

The famous Macy's in Manhattan's Herald Square will debut a so-called Magic Fitting Room next month, which will allow shoppers to virtually try on clothes. A 72-inch mirror display will digitally swathe you with the latest styles from Marc Ecko, Alfani or whatever it is they sell there. (We don't like to go, because the staff literally corrals shoppers into one-way, single-file lines during the...

Pandora to Expand Ad Program to TVs, Blu-ray Players

Pandora streams its radio programming to approximately 65 million registered users, so the service presents an excellent avenue for advertisers to reach a broad audience. The Internet radio company's fledgling iPad advertising program has already attracted major corporations like Starbucks, Lexus and Budweiser, all while Pandora is reportedly planning to initiate another, more diversified ad...

New Dad Uses MobileMe iPod Touch App to Track Missing iPad

When Curtis Codgill arrived at the Sacramento Airport to fly to Oregon, he came with his wife, his brand new son, and a brand new iPad. Only two of the three companions, however, actually boarded the plane with him. As the Sydney Morning Herald reports, Codgill had purchased his new iPad shortly after the birth of his son, but mysteriously misplaced it before getting on his flight. "Last time I...

iPads Make Restaurant Wine Lists Interactive, Sell More Bottles

The iPad has a new use in several restaurants, including the famous Bone's steakhouse in Atlanta, as a digital wine list. Diners are supplied with a ten-inch tablet, equipped with an automatically updating list that offers not only the name and price of a wine, but a description from the source vineyard and reviews from critics. Bones is reporting that, since the introduction of the iPad wine...

ABC iPad App Syncs With Your TV, Offers Interactive 'My Generation' Content

People no longer sit and passively watch TV; they browse the Web, text message friends and play smartphone games, all while watching the latest episode of 'Mad Men.' Hoping to capitalize on that, ABC has launched an interactive iPad app that's compatible with 'My Generation,' a fake documentary series premiering later this fall. The 'My Generation Sync' app syncs with the action onscreen by...