32% of iPad Owners Rarely care about Apps

According to a recent  study from Nielsen, 32% of iPad owners have never downloaded an app on the device — Is that because the device has everything type of iPad users need already installed, or they don’t know they can?

The study surveyed more than 5,000 owners of connected devices, 452 of whom own an iPad.

However, the overwhelming majority of those who have downloaded apps have also been willing to pay for at least one of them. Of the 63% of iPad owners who have paid for an app, 62% of them have paid for a game and 54% have paid for an e-book, followed by music (50%), shopping (45%) and news (45%) apps. A full 41% have paid for a magazine, which is quite impressive, given the relatively few number of titles that are available for the iPad, such as Wired and Esquire. Read more of this post

114,000 iPad Owners including the Mils and Govs Exposed Butt Naked

A security problem with AT&T’s website has exposed the email addresses of more than 114,000 owners of Apple’s iPad, including those of “dozens of CEOs, military officials and top politicians, which was given the data by Goatse Security, the Web security group that exposed the AT&T security hole.

AT&T closed the security hole recently, but not before the leak compromised personal data from victims who purportedly included White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel; New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg; New York Times CEO Janet Robinson; and movie producer Harvey Weinstein. Read more of this post

iPad for the Rich

by Elias Shams
Yahoo conducted an interesting survey concerning the demographics of iPad owners.

. Men outnumber women two to one,
. Flickr usage is 143% higher than average,
. International traffic accounts for 10% of all traffic even though the device is only available for purchase in the U.S. read more…