In the summer of 2007 ACU (Abilene Christian University) began exploring the possibilities of using mobile devices to enhance the education experience. They are not the first to begin embracing technology for teaching – some schools hand out laptops to elementary school kids these days – but they are the first to develop a variety […]
Archives for February 2008
Yesterday after reading a few people say that you can’t copy and paste in the Finder, I quickly put together this screencast with Screenflow. Take a look.
New Macbooks, Macbook Pros, an iPhone update and more! You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can listen to the episode right here: right here In addition to that, you can also download the Apple Gazette Daily Widget and listen to every episode of the show right on your Dashboard. Click […]
Apple has released the iPod Touch/iPhone 1.1.4 firmware update, labeling it only as “bug fixes”. There is no official word just yet on what exactly it will fix – my hope is that it will correct the txt messaging problems that I’ve had since the 1.1.3 update. In the Apple Developer’s Center there is still […]
I’m sure you remember this hilarious video featuring the guy from the iPhone guided tour remixed to lip sync Pete Miser’s insanely funny (and accurate) “Hit Me On My iPhone” song. Thankfully, Pete has decided to make his song available to the world either as an MP3 or an iPhone ready Ringtone. Each is available […]
Brandon is a developer for Microsoft. He has a Macbook that he carries around at work because its a well built machine. He barely uses OSX on it, and he even knows some people at his job who have them and have completely deleted the OSX partition – because the hardware is THAT good…but, you […]
Well, that Amazon MP3 store must not be doing as well as I thought it would. Apple today issued a press release announcing that iTunes is now the #2 music retailer in the United States, trailing only behind retail juggernaut Wal-Mart. Apple also announced that there are over 50 million iTunes customers now, and that […]
Apple today FINALLY released the latest updates to the Macbook and Macbook Pro lines, although they are primarily only spec upgrades. The Macbook Pro now features the same multi-touch trackpad featured on the Macbook Air, but neither the Macbooks nor the Macbook Pros feature any real significant cosmetic changes. The new MacBook Pro features the […]
It’s Tuesday. The Apple Store is down. People are excited. We’ll have more info as it happens. Thanks for the emails.
Gameloft continue to release games for the iPod at a swift pace, this time creating a ‘Bust-a-move’ clone called ‘Bubble Bash’. If you’re familiar with ‘Bust-a-move’ then you know exactly how the game plays. ‘Bubble Bash’ joins ‘Pirates of the Caribbean – Aegir’s Fire’ and ‘Yahtzee’ as the latest releases for the iPod gaming platforms.