Say what you will, the past couple of days have been littered with signs of a rapidly expanding set of functions that the iPad can perform. Latest on the block is the iDisplay desktop extender, which will turn any of your iPhone OS devices into a WiFi-connected second monitor, allowing you to final...
April 2nd 2010 at 7:31pm
Much like the Intel iMacs, the MacBook sports one notable feature over its PowerPC based ancestor: it now supports extended desktop (as pointed out by Frasier Speirs). iBooks would only support monitor mirroring out of the box (though there are some sneaky ways to get around that).
May 16th 2006 at 5:30pm