ifrogz opens 15 Retail Mall Locations in the US

Just in time for the holidays, ifrogz is pleased to announce it has opened retail kiosks at 15 malls across the western United States and the Midwest. The customizable silicone iPod cases seen November 14, 2006 on NBC’s “Today Show” let music lovers customize their iPods more securely and stylishly than ever before. They are Read more…

AMD-Powered Apple Notebooks Coming Soon?

Apple Insider quotes a DigiTimes article that says AMD-powered Apple notebooks are not too far ahead into the future. The publication cites Taiwan-based sources in the passive component industry as witnessing an aggressive increase in orders for high-capacitance multi-layer ceramic capacitors (MLCCs) supposedly en-route for an AMD-based Apple notebook. In supporting its claims, the publication Read more…

New Apple Patent unveals “Blank” iPod/Tablet Concept

Hrmpf has just posted some extremely interesting information regarding the latest patent  application from Apple. Basically the application proposes that you can take a “blank” device like an iPod or tablet, and lay accessories over it to fit the needs of whatever it is your doing.  A DJ mixer for example, or a phone. From Read more…

FIRST LOOK: Griffin’s iTalk Pro

The Griffin iTalk Pro arrived in the labs today, and we’ve got some quick shots so you can take a look at this impressive little audio recorder for your iPod. We’ve done some quick tests, and so far, it’s a very easy to use, and impressive sounding device. We’ll give you a full review when Read more…

iPhone confirmed by manufacturing company?

According to Think Secret, The Commercial Times is reporting that Taiwan’s Hon Hai Precision, has won a contract to produce 12 million phone handsets for Apple. Citing industry sources, the paper claims that the devices will ship in the first quarter of 2007 and will also function as “music players”. This is as close to Read more…

Vista DOES NOT support Zune

From the “You have got to be effin’ kiddin’ me” department comes this report from Apple Insider – including screenshot proof – that Vista currently does not support Zune. Now, Vista isn’t out yet, so it shouldn’t matter, right? Well…there are Vista Beta users all over the place that (if they bought a Zune today) Read more…

Zune launches – outlook not so good

Back in September I took a look at the Zune Vs. iPod issue with what we knew at that time on another blog. At the time, based on that (admittedly limited) information, it looked like the Zune had a shot at being a contender this holiday season… How does it look now that the Zune Read more…

Apple Teams Up With Air France, Continental, Delta, Emirates, KLM & United to Deliver iPod Integration

CUPERTINO, Calif., Nov. 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Apple(R) today announced it is teaming up with Air France, Continental, Delta, Emirates, KLM and United to deliver the first seamless integration between iPod(R) and in-flight entertainment systems. These six airlines will begin offering their passengers iPod seat connections which power and charge their iPods during flight and allow Read more…

Justin Long – Still “a Mac”

Justin Long reports on his website that he is, in fact, still the “Get a Mac” guy…and is even shooting some holiday themed commercials tomorrow (or maybe today, the post was from 6:40 am this morning)…perhaps the report was a hoax trying to make him seem like even more of a “jerk” than some people Read more…

Go Postal with the Postal Fudge Pack

The classy folks over at Running with Scissors have released an ultimate Postal Compilation called the Postal Fudge Pack.  The pack includes the original Postal game from 1997, along with the “Special Delivery” add-on levels.  It also includes Postal 2, including the multi player “Share the Pain” component, the expansion pack “Apocalypse Weekend”, and a Read more…