Three great new iPad keyboard folios from Logitech

If there’s one accessory manufacturer that seems to be doing everything correctly at this point in time, it’s Logitech. The company apparently realizes that not only is the future pointing away from PCs and toward more portable devices like the iPad, but it’s also creating many new accessories specifically for Apple products. The new FabricSkin Keyboard Folio for iPad (US$149.99), Keyboard Folio for iPad mini ($89.99) and the full-sized Keyboard Folio for iPad ($99.99) are recent additions to the Logitech line that have just started to appear in stores in the US, and today I’m taking a look at all three of these attractive and useful Bluetooth keyboards.

FabricSkin Keyboard Folio for iPad: Design and Functionality

Three great new iPad keyboard folios from Logitech

If there’s one accessory manufacturer that seems to be doing everything correctly at this point in time, it’s Logitech. The company apparently realizes that not only is the future pointing away from PCs and toward more portable devices like the iPad, but it’s also creating many new accessories specifically for Apple products. The new FabricSkin Keyboard Folio for iPad (US$149.99), Keyboard Folio for iPad mini ($89.99) and the full-sized Keyboard Folio for iPad ($99.99) are recent additions to the Logitech line that have just started to appear in stores in the US, and today I’m taking a look at all three of these attractive and useful Bluetooth keyboards.

FabricSkin Keyboard Folio for iPad: Design and Functionality

Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol now available on the App Store

Sid Meier's Ace Patrol now available on the App Store

We’ve been blessed with not one but two great strategy games from 2K Games recently. The first, the freemium Haunted Hollow, was a Firaxis title that put some board game mechanics around a haunted town. And this latest title, Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol, is now out today on the App Store, and it’s a turn-based flight combat simulator put together by none other than the grandfather of strategy himself, Sid Meier.

This one is also free to play, and you can unlock extra nations to play with via in-app purchase. There are over 120 missions to play through, and as you go, you can upgrade your pilots and their maneuvers, giving you more options to take down the opposing team.

Make Chrome open iTunes store links in iTunes

If you’re having a hard time getting iTunes and App Store links to launch from Google Chrome right to the app from your browser, MacStories editor-in-chief Federico Viticci has found a nice workaround in the App Store support community.

The workaround requires editing program files, so be careful if you’re new. The issue deals with Chrome’s protocol handlers. If your issue is with iTunes rather than the Mac App Store look for the line that says “itms” instead of “macappstore.” Here’s the hack from support community member Dahveed.

Zynga releases Running With Friends, from Eat Sleep Play

Zynga has released a new game in the ‘With Friends’ series (which started back when the company acquired Words with Friends, a very popular Scrabble-like iOS game). Running With Friends is, as you can see above, not a fitness app, though that does sound fun. Instead, it’s an endless running game, based on the Running of the Bulls, where you compete with friends to earn points and distance. The game has you running, jumping and dodging obstacles, all while trying to earn as many points as possible.

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