Apple Gazette Daily 388 – Black Friday, Beatles, and more!

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VIDEO: New Rolando Trailer claims December 2008 launch

Rolando is probably one of the most anticipated games for the iPhone thus far. From the game’s first trailer (featuring an unbelievably catchy song…that has since been removed) it’s been one of the most talked about games coming to the device. Now ng:moco is stating that the game will be released in December. The game […]

POLL: What is the BEST Apple Product of 2008?

Sure, we still have a little over a month to go before the end of the year, but it’s safe to say that Apple is done offering up new products in 2008. Looking back on the developments of the year, there are some pretty impressive things that have come out of 2008 in regards to […]

Celtx – a MUST HAVE resource for Writing in ANY Medium

If you’re interested in writing for film, television, radio, comic books, or just plain prose – you need to download Celtx. This amazing pre-production software has just recently released version 1.0…and it is simply spectacular. Not only are their templates for writing appropriate scripts in all of the formats I just mentioned, the FREE service […]

VIDEO: Blackberry Storm vs. iPhone web browsing

The Blackberry Storm was recently launched, and there have been lines waiting for it, product shortages, and some surprisingly mixed reviews. Engadget has a very comprehensive look at the phone that makes it clear that the device still needs some work if it’s going to be a true iPhone rival. This video below, from the […]

New Macbooks performance suffers with only AC Power

Gearlog reported this weekend that while they were testing a Macbook Pro they found that the machines performance took a nose dive while it was running on only AC power, with the battery completely removed. TUAW did a little research and found a Support Document that claims this is done to prevent “the computer from […]

Developer of “Crackulous” gets upset when his app is Pirated…HA!

Oh the irony… The jackass who has developed an app called “Crackulous” – which is designed to crack and distribute iPhone applications without paying any money to their developers – has had his own application pirated, and released publicly before he wanted it to. His response? You’ll love this… He claims the leaks is “absolutely […]