There’s no reason why you shouldn’t have Google Mobile Apps

There's no reason why you shouldn't have Google Mobile Apps
A few months back, HTC and LG pioneered the Google Mobile Apps into their phones. Including them as a “one stop shop for everything Google” made everything easier. Months later we have a great update to the mobile application and we’re glad that they have it for the iPhone, following the disparity over the Apple Read more…

Don’t forget that Mass Effect Galaxy was a sort of sequel to this whole mess

Don't forget that Mass Effect Galaxy was a sort of sequel to this whole mess
My mouse hand has carpal tunnel from too much planet scanning. No joke. And yet I can’t get enough of Mass Effect 2. I’ve been wanting to take the game wherever I go, but alas important things like work get in the way. When I sleep I hear the music from Afterlife thumping in the Read more…

3 Tools for App Tracking

3 Tools for App Tracking
We iPhone and iPod Touch users love our apps, and with the announcement that the iPad will run almost 140,000 apps from the App Store, it looks like the latter will just keep on growing in popularity and apps. Here, three of my favorite (free!) ways to keep track of them: AppShopper AppShopper very awesomely Read more…

Battlefield Bad Company 2 on a MacBook

Battlefield Bad Company 2 on a MacBook
So I got access to the open beta yesterday. Bad Company 2 is one of the more highly anticipated multiplayer games, supposedly a “Modern Warfare 2 killer.” I was able to get my first impressions out and have successfully installed it on my VAIO CW gaming laptop. However I also took the liberty of seeing Read more…

The iPad is the iPod is the Mac Air is the iMac, but not the AppleTV

I have been quietly waiting in the wings to see what the world would say about the iPad. As is usually the case with any Apple product, people seem to fall into two categories: 1) going to get it 2) don’t need it. Everyone seems to forget that this happens for every single product announcement Read more…

Two things the iPad can do extremely well, with no competition

Two things the iPad can do extremely well, with no competition
So the cynicism has died down a bit. I’m still not convinced that this is something I should own, but I’ve thought of two things that the iPad can do extremely well. I made sure to list these as items that can’t be done well enough in any other device. Here we go. I guess Read more…

VoIP is AOK – Apple Lifts Restriction in SDK

VoIP is AOK - Apple Lifts Restriction in SDK
I am not an iPhone developer. I’ve never signed an non-disclosure agreenement before, but I’d love to if it meant I’d see cool new Apple stuff before it hit the street. The people at iCall are iPhone developers though, so when they let this one out the bag, I guess they stopped worrying about that Read more…

Rock Band on the iPhone

Rock Band on the iPhone
Quick story: I had just met this girl a few weeks prior, and things were just going alright. It was a bit awkward, and she was pretty shy, but I figured I’d put forth some effort and see where it went. Just not too much. I go out on a date with another girl on Read more…

The Secret Big Bang With the iPad Announcement

The Secret Big Bang With the iPad Announcement
So yesterday I was sitting at my computer, doing my daily research, when I came across this article over at Daring Fireball. I mulled it over for a bit, then wandered into the baby room where my wife was doing some painting. I started spewing out my thoughts about the iPad and the hardware that Read more…

FML Official App Lights Up iPhone FML

FML Official App Lights Up iPhone FML
“I went on a date with a guy significantly older than myself. I told him I really liked him because I can have an intelligent conversation with him, unlike most guys my age. He told me he just wanted to get into my pants. FML” The “FML Official” App, by Alkeo, is the only application Read more…