WWDC 2007 Banners are up – and they tell us nothing…

Well, Engadget has some pics up showcasing this year’s WWDC banners. So far, they don’t reveal a great deal to us, in fact, the only thing that is even of note, is that Apple appears to be going for some sort of “universal” theme this year.One banner reads “Welcome to WWDC 2007 – Expand Your […]

iPhone WITHOUT a 2 Year Contract? Looks like it…

The fourth iPhone ad that we put a YouTube video up of yesterday was very special. How so? Well, the ad was missing something the is very much worth mentioning…the blurb about a 2 Year Contract being required. Now ALL the iPhone ads on Apple’s official website are missing the blurb. Now, unless I’m mistaken, […]

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Welcome to the New and Improved Apple Gazette.com!

Welcome everyone to the new and improved Apple Gazette.com! Elena at Design Disease is an absolute genius when it comes to site design, which is immediately apparent when you look at her work. I like the original design for Apple Gazette (which was also designed by Elena), but until today, my favorite Bloggy Network site […]

Apple Gazette Daily Episode 64 is LIVE!

Netscape Navigator 9 released for Mac, WWDC Predictions 2007 and more! 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 the widget which is now […]

Netscape Navigator 9 Released for Mac – First Impressions

Ok, I was definietly surprised when I saw the post on Forever Geek that said a new version of Netscape Navigator was out. My very first internet browsing experience was with Netscape Navigator, and it’s almost sad to see how far the browser has fallen since Microsoft decided to try and kill it by installing […]

JBL OnStage Micro – Review

I don’t think you’ll find too many people that would argue against the fact that JBL is one of the most consistently impressive designers of speaker systems for the iPod on the market. So, when I got a chance to take a look at the latest edition to their family of On Stage products, I […]