Israel Lifts Ban on iPads

Israel Lifts Ban on iPads
Got an iPad? Going to Israel? Well up until a couple of days ago, you would’ve had to leave your iPad at home. According to The Jerusalem Post, that ban has now been lifted. But there are questions. Here’s how it breaks down. At first, the story was that Israel’s Communications Ministry wasn’t cool with Read more…

Flash Messages and Get Noticed with the Blurb App

Flash Messages and Get Noticed with the Blurb App
Across cities worldwide, on the bustling corner of Wall Street, inside the myriad baseball and soccer stadiums and on the walls of numerous campus libraries are digital signs that display blurbs containing every sort of news. Display your own news blurbs with the iPhone and the free “Blurb” application! How many times have the lighters Read more…

Pulling the Trigger

Pulling the Trigger
Well, after much deliberating, and a few discussions with the wifey, and a whole lot of grain alcohol, it looks like we’re going to plunk down some money on an iPad. I think the fact that it might be a business expense was really the tipping point here, but who knows. Anyways, now comes the Read more…

Jason Chen – Blogger for Gizmodo – Gets a Visit From The Police

Jason Chen - Blogger for Gizmodo - Gets a Visit From The Police
Jason Chen, an editor for Gizmodo, had his house searched by the cops this past Friday. I’m sure you can guess what it was about. They had a search warrant (pictured above) and in turn, they took a substantial amount of his property. There’s a lot of talk about how this isn’t legal, and how Read more…

Personal Finance for the Mac: Options?

Personal Finance for the Mac: Options?
I need your help. When I spent my days using a Gateway computer and Windows XP, I used Microsoft Money to do my bills. It wasn’t pretty, but it got the job done, plus it had a few features that I really liked. Seeing my cash flow forecast is really nice to have, and paying Read more…

iPad Camera Connection Kit Works With Keyboards and USB Headsets

iPad Camera Connection Kit Works With Keyboards and USB Headsets
Sadly, I do not have an iPad yet. Sure, I can blame that on the delayed Wi-Fi +3G launch, but really, it’s because I just can’t justify the expense yet. I mean, I can, I just can’t really. That make sense? But then I read reports like this one, and I get pretty excited. TidBITS Read more…

Silicon Valley Police Investigating iPhone Prototype Incident

Silicon Valley Police Investigating iPhone Prototype Incident
In completely unshocking news, Cnet is reporting that the cops are looking into the theft of an iPhone prototype, taken from a bar in San Jose. Hmm, that sounds awfully familiar, doesn’t it? Silicon Valley police are investigating what appears to be a lost Apple iPhone prototype purchased by a gadget blog, a transaction that Read more…

Greenpeace Recycled Tissue and Toilet Paper Guide iPhone App

Greenpeace Recycled Tissue and Toilet Paper Guide iPhone App
“All tissues are not created equal!” says Greenpeace. “Americans could save more than 400,000 trees if each family replaced just one roll of virgin toilet paper in their home with a roll of recycled.” Wait a minute…what? One does not have to be a devout tree-hugger to know that trees are worth saving, that is, Read more…

Android on the iPhone

I guess it’s YouTube day here at AG, because I’m all about it today. I found this one the other day, and I thought it was pretty cool. And enterprising young man by the name of David Wang – a member of the iPhone Dev Team – figured out a way to dual boot the Read more…

iFixit Goes Big

I have this old HP laptop that I got years ago in trade for fixing someone’s Windows box. I haven’t used the thing in years, and for the past three it’s spent its days underneath the buffet in my dining room. After cleaning up the dining room the other day, I found the thing and Read more…