Lonely Planet London City Guide App is Free for Volcano Relief

Lonely Planet London City Guide App is Free for Volcano Relief
Stranded in London as a result of the Icelandic volcano, well seek out the numerous fun sites in one of the world’s most beautiful cities with the “Lonely Planet London City Guide” application. With the flight cancelations across Europe, Lonely Planet is providing its “London City Guide” App for free until Thursday so that the Read more…

Gizmodo, the iPhone 4th Gen, and Beer

Gizmodo, the iPhone 4th Gen, and Beer
Image via Gizmodo Well, as much as I hate talking about rumors, fact is, this is a mammoth story, and it needs to be addressed here on Apple Gazette. This is going to recap the saga that is the 4th-Gen iPhone, Engadget, Gizmodo, Apple, and everything in between. But before we can talk about what Read more…

Speculation: iPhone 4th Gen In Summer. Me: No Kidding. (UPDATED)

Speculation: iPhone 4th Gen In Summer. Me: No Kidding. (UPDATED)
Certain things can be counted on as eventualities. Death. Paying taxes. iPhones in the summer. That’s because for the past three years, that’s how it’s worked, year after year. So what makes this year any different? So far, not much, but now we have a few clues. First, comes word that Apple has reserved the Read more…

Sprint Goes After the iPad

Sprint Goes After the iPad
Not every mobile phone company out there has a flagship product like the iPhone or iPad to push their plans, so some of them are thinking a bit outside of the box. Like Sprint, for example. They have a new product named the Overdrive 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot, which creates a mobile internet connection for 5 Read more…

The Real (Fake) Fourth-Gen iPhone

The Real (Fake) Fourth-Gen iPhone
When I’m out there online hunting for Apple news, I tend to shy away from these posts from other sites about what the next-gen Apple product is or looks like. Sometimes it’s from reputable sources, and other times, it’s on rumor sites designed to stir up the pot. I see these pics all the time, Read more…

Top 100s by Year App Brings Hit Songs from 1947-2009

Top 100s by Year App Brings Hit Songs from 1947-2009
For a limited time Bing is offering its “Top 100s by Year” application for free on the iPhone! Get the Top 100 songs of each year from 1947 to the present! Whether there is a party that needs quality mixes, or just a music connoisseur that wants to remember that the Beastie Boys “Intergalactic” (#9 Read more…

iPhone Apps I Love: Everyday Food

Joke as much as you like about Martha Stewart, the lady is a powerhouse. No, I never thought her face would be one I’d see so often on on my iPhone, but that was before I discovered Martha’s Everyday Food App, which I now officially cannot live without. Everyone has to eat, everyday, and if Read more…

Printing on the iPad

Printing on the iPad
This one has gone around the net, but I don’t care. I love it. Via Gizmodo, Engadget, and the originator, Form. Read more…

Looking for a New MacBook Pro? Now’s the Time To Buy – Kinda

Looking for a New MacBook Pro? Now's the Time To Buy - Kinda
Last year, I was working for a really crappy company. OK, the people there weren’t crappy, but the company sure was. I was promoted, and in that position, I was required to have a laptop. Except that they wouldn’t give me one. So for a while, I was using my 13-inch MacBook circa 2006, but Read more…

Israel Temporarily* Bans iPad

Israel Temporarily* Bans iPad
Got an iPad? Whatever you do, don’t head over to Israel in the next few weeks/months. Turns out that even though Apple is welcome in Israel in general, the Israeli Communications Ministry has been telling customs to confiscate all Apple iPads coming into the country. Why? The Christian Science Monitor says: The announcement “follows the Read more…