As Microsoft makes its foray into the tablet market with its own line of self-branded tablets aptly titled Surface, the company's much-needed innovations make for evolutionary steps that Apple should be taking note of for future iPad designs. Microsoft makes splashes in not only a new realm of hardware-central functionality, but also with creative, meticulously-designed accessories that can transform Surface into something that remains new whilst retaining a sense of familiarity.
If AT&T's network has quit on you when you needed it most, there may be some good news on the horizon. AT&T on Monday released Mark the Spot [App Store, free], a free application that allows users to report problems with AT&T's network in the same way that crashes are reported in Windows or Mac OS X. Just mark where you encountered your problem on a map, select the type of problem and how frequently you encounter that problem, and type in as many details as you wish.