Business Mac Developers ready to embrace iPhone

Even though the iPhone won’t allow 3rd party support (yet, anyway…I am still going to hold strong to the belief that this will change) some companies are ready to embrace the new phone and see how they can work with it. The folks at Marketcircle, Inc. for instance – makers of Daylite Productivity Suite and Read more…

Axiotron’s Modbook has been revealed – and it looks Amazing!

With all the iPhone hype on the 9th, Axiotron’s Modbook seemed to get overlooked when it debuted on the same day. That’s a shame too, because this thing looks incredibly impressive. As a graphic designer, the idea of having a Wacom powered tablet Mac has been a dream of mine for years, and to see Read more…

Migila announces TVminiHD +

Besides the iPhone and AppleTV, there are some really cool things being announced at Macworld this year…and most of them aren’t getting the press they should be. Take the TVminiHD+ from Migila. The device lets anyone have CableTV, unencrypted digital cable (ClearQAM) and free-to-air HDTV (ATSC) on their Mac through a simple USB connection. From Read more…

Cisco Lawyer is blogging about the Apple Lawsuit

Mark Chandler, Cisco’s SVP and General Counsel has decided to blog about the iPhone lawsuit, trying to clarify what the situation is all about, and making sure that we all know that Cisco was just trying to work with Apple…and Apple didn’t want to work back the way Cisco wanted them too…so they’re suing them. Read more…

Looks like it may not be “iPhone” after all…

Well, looks like Cisco has had a change of heart. They announced today that they have filed a lawsuit against Apple to prevent Apple from infringing upon and deliberately copying and using Cisco’s registered iPhone trademark. From the press release: “Cisco entered into negotiations with Apple in good faith after Apple repeatedly asked permission to Read more…

AppleTV vs. Cable – Why I’m dumping Cable in February

Cable is expensive…and it’s getting more expensive all the time. With Apple TV coming in February, I’m going to be dropping my cable provider, and switching my television over to Apple’s new set top box. Will it be cheaper to buy my content through iTunes than to subscribe to my local company’s digital cable package Read more…

David Pogue: Hands on with the iPhone

New York Times columnist David Pogue, got a chance yesterday to sit down with Steve Jobs and Phil Schiller. In that meeting he also got the opportunity try out the iPhone. He sent emails, made a phone call, and discovered that some features aren’t yet ready. In his article he expresses concern over the smudgyness Read more…

XtremeMac debuts AppleTV Product Line

Press Release: XtremeMac introduced a line of home audio and video cables today, developed to complement Apple Computer’s new Apple TV. The XtremeHD product line delivers high-end audio and video cables, and a four-port HDMI switcher at prices far below industry average. The XtremeHD product line offers the cables necessary for consumers to integrate Apple Read more…

Time has the iPhone backstory

This article from Time magazine gives some interesting insight on the genisis of the iPhone. It also has some insight as to what it’s like to work for Steve Jobs. From the article: Jobs’s zealousness about product development— and enforcing his personal vision—remains as relentless as ever. He keeps Apple’s management structure unusually flat for Read more…

Steve Jobs on CNBC

Steve says the iPhone is not a new cell phone…it is a new iPod…and Apple TV is a new Mac. Cool stuff. via digg Read more…