Google Pad? Oh That Should Sell Like Hotcakes

Google Pad? Oh That Should Sell Like Hotcakes
I’m a fan of Google. I use Gmail all the time, Google Maps is my co-pilot, and I use Google Reader and Alerts to get info for this very website. What I don’t like however, are Google’s other software, Chrome and Android. I can’t get used to Chrome, and Android just does nothing for me. Read more…

Apple Giving Back Money for Defective 27-inch iMacs?

Apple Giving Back Money for Defective 27-inch iMacs?
A few weeks back, I posted about the big delay with the 27-inch iMac. There have been reports of yellowing and flickering screens since their debut, so the delay wasn’t particularly shocking. Now though, there’s another wrinkle to the story. Gizmodo is reporting that those who decide to return their iMacs back to Apple are Read more…

What App Riddles the iPhone?

What App Riddles the iPhone?
Read the answer to many intriguing questions in the free “Riddles” application for the iPhone. Hours of intelligent and, at times hilarious, fun can be perused with swipes on the screen. “A certain crime is punishable if attempted but not punishable if committed. What is it? –babblingbrooke “Answer: suicide.” This composition of millions of riddles Read more…

Even More AT&T News – Sling Allowed to Use 3G

Even More AT&T News - Sling Allowed to Use 3G
It looks like someone at AT&T has been hitting the sauce, because all of a sudden, they’ll let anything go over the 3G network. First it was VoIP, now they’ve given the go-ahead to Sling to use the network for their popular Slingbox. All this from this article at the NY Times: But all that Read more…

Well That Was Fast – Textbook Publishers Onboard for iPad

Well That Was Fast - Textbook Publishers Onboard for iPad
Just yesterday I was lamenting the lack of magazine support on the iPad, but maybe I just have to wait a little bit longer. Turns out that textbook manufacturers are flocking to the iBookstore, ready to put their wares online. Here’s a highlight from the article at the Wall Street Journal: The iPad also will Read more…

Skype on 3G VoIP – It’s Coming

Skype on 3G VoIP - It's Coming
Just a few days ago, I put up a post about changes to the iPhone OS, stating that VoIP is now good to go over 3G, making programs like Skype good money-saving options for long distance calls and the like. Of course, at the time, Skype had nothing to say about it. Now however, that’s Read more…

I Am Steve’s Black Turtleneck

I Am Steve's Black Turtleneck
Want to be Steve Jobs- or just dress like him? Steve’s black mock turtleneck, paired with classic Levi 501s, is so famous that there’s a website dedicated to it, and a “Hello, My Name is Fake Steve Jobs” iteration (sort of a mock mock turtleneck?) as well. Apparently, the real turtleneck is made by St. Read more…

iPad and Magazines – Make it Happen

iPad and Magazines - Make it Happen
One of the big disappointments for me in during the iPad announcement was iBooks. I love reading, so having an online bookstore that was more accessible than the Kindle made sense to me, plus it’s an Apple product, so I knew it would work. But I kept waiting for the magazine section to show up, Read more…

iPhone OS Updates to 3.1.3

iPhone OS Updates to 3.1.3
Time to dock the iPhones and iPod Touches people, because there’s an update ready to go. According to Apple, here are the fixes: This update for iPhone and iPod touch contains bug fixes and improvements, including the following: Improves accuracy of reported battery level on iPhone 3GS Resolves issue where third-party apps would not launch Read more…

Fox News: I Swear, Verizon is Still Coming

Fox News: I Swear, Verizon is Still Coming
Nothing is sadder than someone who just can’t admit that they were wrong. For example, the other day I told myself I wasn’t going to eat that entire bag of Oreos. I now realize that I was wrong in that assessment. I have shamed my family. Back on January 21st, Clayton Morris of Fox News.com Read more…