Apple Slapped with Class Action Lawsuit

File this one under the “you’ve gotta be kidding me” department….Loop Rumors is reporting that Fred Greaves and Dave Gatley filed a lawsuit on May 3rd with the Superior Court of California for the County of San Diego. The duo are are asking for multiple forms of relief and reimbursement along with an injunction that […]

Apple selects long time Advertising Partner for “iPhone” ads

There’s lots of talk today about TBWACChiatDay winning the bid to design the advertising campaign for the iPhone. I can’t say that I’m in anyway surprised by this. In fact, I would have been extremely surprised if At&t’s prefered Advertising partner had taken it over. It just wouldn’t make sense. Several people online are claiming […]

Apple’s designer Jonathan Ive wins National Design Award

This week Apple designer Jonathan Ive won the 2007 National Design Award for product design. He was selected for his innovative design work over the past 11 years on Apple products, from the iPod, iPod nano, iMacs, the iBook, and upcoming iPhone. The nominations were solicited from a committee featuring more than 800 leading designers, […]

OSX Quick Tip: Transparent Notes

Stickies are a cool little application in OSX that allow you place virtual “Sticky Notes” on your screen. They are useful for leaving messages to yourself, or for someone else that will be on the computer later. You can find them in your Applications folder. The only problem with Stickies is that they can get […]

Apple Gazette Daily Episode 52 is Live!

A rant about the Engadget hoax that wiped over $4 billion off of Apple’s market capitalization. You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can directly download the episode right here. In addition to that, you should be able to play every episode of the podcast directly in your browser by using […]

iPhone recieved FCC Approval

Apple Insider has obtained documents confirming that the iPhone has been approved by the FCC. Apple has maintained that the iPhone is on track to a release in June, and this official approval is a vital step toward that becoming a reality.

Coke + iTunes = Free Music in Europe

Last summer Apple and Coke teamed up for a massively successful iTunes giveaway. They have decided to try it again this summer. Between May and August, promotional packs of Coca Cola, Diet Coke and Coke Zero will offer the chance to win free songs, free iPods, and free tickets to over 100 Coke+iTunes sponsored summer […]

Engadget and the $4 Billion Dollar Fake

Yesterday had to be a tense day to work at Apple. While the news side of things was blisteringly slow at the start of the day, a little story on Engadget changed all that fairly quickly. The story was posted at 11:49 am, and Apple stock immediately took nose dive…going from $107.89 to $103.42 in […]

OS X Quick Tip: Hidden Sorting Options in Preview

One of the great things about Preview is that you can select multiple documents and they will all appear in the side Drawer. You can sort these documents by dragging them around, but there is a better way to sift through them than that. By Control+clicking on one of the images in the Drawer, a […]

Skype 2.6 for Mac Released

Skype has just released the latest version of their software for Mac. New in this version: better echo cancellation, editing of SkypeOut contact numbers, calls to Skype Prime providers, bug fixes and more. Click Here for a complete list of fixes and additions