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Are you scared that you might accidently damage your ipad 2????

Well, G-form has come up with an excellent sleeve for first and second gen iPad that might just help you overcome your fears of damaging you ipad.

The ipad  Extreme Sleeve is the latest offering from the company that excels in providing  “impact protection”.

The sleeve is soft and floopy and doesn’t and anymore weight to your ipad and its water resistant.

So, if you want to read more click on the lick above and go get the ipad Extreme Sleeve.

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‘World of Goo’ launches for Apple devices

http://content.usatoday.com/communities/gamehunters/post/2011/04/world-of-goo-launches-for-apple-devices/1

Studio 2D Boy has released a puzzle called World of Goo for  Apple’s iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. The object of the game is to move as many balls of goo through a pipe as possible. Sometimes, you have to build bridges  out of goo to pass gaps or reshape the goo to move past obstacles.

This game was first released by Nintendo Wii through its WiiWare digital download service . The version for Apple devices will cost $2.99. But if u get it within the next 24 hours u  can get it for 99 cents. There’s also an HD version for iPad that costs $4.99.

http://www.cultofmac.com/ivisor-ag-bubble-free-screen-protector-for-ipad-2-review/90215

So, here’s the 4th installment of the ipod/ipad updates. Hope you enjoy.

Today on google I found a review on the iVisor AG.

For the most part the writer of this article seem to like the iVisor AG. He says that he doesn’t like to use them. He also give the reasons why he doesn’t like to use them. He gives a good review of the iVisor AG.

 http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/sorry-no-buttonless-ipod-touch-on-the-way/

So, Mr. Howell wants us to post something about Information Technology and this is what I found.

I know this is proably kill some hopes out there but there really isn’t any out there that says that a buttonless Apple device is in the works. (Sorry) 😦

 Last week a very low-quality photo of the this “buttonless”  iPod touch  surfaced. Crunchgear says that the “tipster” who sent in the photo cleaned up his act to send in a more chrisper shot of the iPod touch. He failed to covered up his tracks. You can tell by looking at the picture that there was some editing done to it.

So that pretty much raps up this post. The buttonless Ipod touch isn’t coming out, but hey it can happen.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_thelookout/20110308/ts_yblog_thelookout/wish-comes-true-for-cancer-stricken-10-year-old-inducted-into-army

By Zachary Roth

Most kids might hope to get an Xbox or an iPod Touch for their 10th birthday. Brennan Daigle got a reception from a formation of soldiers, a ride in a camouflaged National Guard Humvee–and induction as an honorary member of the Army.

Since October 2009, Brennan, from Sulphur, Louisiana, has been battling embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma–a rare form of cancer in which muscular tumors attach themselves to bones, writer Rachel Reischling reports in the Fort Polk Guardian. Last month, doctors told his family there was nothing more they could do, and gave Brennan just weeks to live.

Brennan has always loved the Army.  His mother had created a Facebook page–Brennan’s Brigade–to keep family and friends informed of his condition. People from around the world, including soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan, have left comments of encouragement and support. One group of soldiers in Afghanistan posted a picture of themselves holding an American flag, and told Brennan: “We’re flying this flag in honor of you; we’re here to back you. Stay Army strong.”

Becky Prejean, who runs a charity for sick kids called Dreams Come True of Louisiana, heard about Brennan’s illness, and got in touch with his mother, Kristy Daigle. Brennan’s greatest wish, Daigle told Prejean, was to meet some soldiers in person, before his illness worsened. So the two women contacted the Fort Polk Community Relations Office, which put out a call for a few soldiers to attend Brennan’s tenth birthday on Feb. 26.

Forty showed up.

Brennan had been told he was going fishing with his father. But when he got out of his dad’s truck, he was greeted by a formation of 1st MEB soldiers, standing at attention in front of a National Guard Humvee. After a moment, they all shouted “Happy Birthday, Brennan!,” and broke into applause.

Brennan was speechless, according to his mother. “All he could do was giggle,” she said.

Brennan and his best friend Kaleb were invited to check out the Humvee, and Brennan sat behind the wheel. Then soldiers took the two boys out for a spin. Afterward, Brennan and Kaleb put their heads out the hatch on the vehicle’s roof, while the crowd snapped pictures.

But it wasn’t over. Brennan got out of the Humvee and was led to the front of the formation, where he shook hands with each soldier. He was inducted into the Army as an honorary member, then given a coin symbolizing merit and excellence, as well as a military jacket with his name on the pocket, and other Army-themed gifts.

“Brennan, you exemplify what personal courage means,” Pfc. Kamesha Starkey, 1st MEB, told him.

Finally, the mayor of Sulphur, La., gave Brennan a key to the city, and the title of Honorary Mayor of the Day.

“Words can never express what I felt seeing all those soldiers there, knowing some of them had just come back from Iraq and still took time out for just one little boy,” Kristy Daigle said. “Just to know that they care enough to give their all, to give their love and support to a little boy is phenomenal. It says so much about our men and women who serve our country in the armed forces.”

Some of the soldiers said the event helped put things in perspective for them. “It was good to be able to give back,” Pfc. Kyle Frederick said. “It opened my eyes to a lot of things: How I take my kids for granted, how lucky we are, how we complain on a day-to-day basis and we really have it good compared to others.”

As for Brennan, it took a while for his new honor to sink in. The next day, he asked his mother, “Am I really in the Army?”

“You most certainly are,” she answered. “They don’t swear in just anyone.”

“That’s awesome,” said Brennan.

(Photo: Capt. Gabriel Araujo swears in Brennan Daigle at Fort Polk, Louisiana. www.thefortpolkguardian.com)

This is the most heart-warming article I have ever read. Very good.

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