Apple Pet Peeves: iTouch

Apple Pet Peeves: iTouch
I was at my old job when I first noticed it. The guy across the desk from me came into the office, all excited, carrying an Apple bag. “What’d you get?” I asked. “A new iTouch,” he said. “A what?” “An iTouch. You know, the iPhone looking iPod,” he says. “You mean the iPod Touch?” Read more…

Ban Hammer Pocketed: Apple Approves Opera for iPhone

Ban Hammer Pocketed: Apple Approves Opera for iPhone
Well, it looks like hell might have frozen over, because Opera Mini for iPhone was approved by Apple and is on the App Store right now [iTunes Link]. And it only took 20 days or so to do it. So how is it? Well first, let me say that this app is optimized to work Read more…

Travel Kit Plus by incase

Travel Kit Plus by incase
This is probably the coolest thing I’ve ever seen, and I know it sounds like hyperbole, but it’s pretty damned cool to me. So what is it? It’s an iPad case from the good people at incase, but yet it’s so much more. It’s called the Travel Kit Plus, and it solves a few big Read more…

Get Your iPad in Colors

Get Your iPad in Colors
I’ve always admired ColorWare products from afar. They’ve got a pretty basic premise: send in your stuff, be it an iPhone, iPhone dock, or even an HDTV, paint it, then send it back to you. But really, calling it paint is oversimplifying the process. I’ll let them explain it: After a year of testing and Read more…

iPad Delayed Overseas

iPad Delayed Overseas
I’ve got a buddy of mine who lives in the UK. Nice guy. I’ve never met him in person or anything, but we’re always chatting about how baseball is better than cricket, and how dentists are overrated. Oh, and Apple stuff. He really wants an iPad, and although I don’t have one yet, I do Read more…

Apple Removes Google Search Reference in OS 4.0

Apple Removes Google Search Reference in OS 4.0
Pic via Electronista I’m not fortunate enough to be an iPhone developer – although I’m considering it – so I have to rely on the kindness of strangers for images like this one. As it turns out, these strangers are pretty nice, because lots of them are posting images similar to the one above. Now, Read more…

Apple Introduces New MacBook Pros with Intel Core i5 and i7 Processors

Apple Introduces New MacBook Pros with Intel Core i5 and i7 Processors
Look at what was in my inbox this morning. New MacBook Pros, all featuring the Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, Nvidiea GeFirce GT 330M graphics processors and longer battery life. So how’s it all break down? Here’s the list of differences, upon first glance (and relying on memory): 13-inch MBP 2.4 or 2.66GHz Intel Read more…

The End is Nigh: Windows 95 on an iPad

I remember very well the day that Windows 95 was released. Well, maybe I should say the night, then. Back before I had ever heard of camping out to get an iPad, I was working at Best Buy, slinging car stereos and home audio to the masses. We all knew about Windows 95, even all Read more…

Brain Trainer App from Luminosity

Brain Trainer App from Luminosity
Some of the top minds in the field of neuroscience have come together to create a cognitive enhancement program to broaden the capabilities of the brain using…an iPhone? The “Brain Trainer” application has been constructed by personnel at top universities, including Stanford, UCSF and Berkeley, to quite simply put: challenge the brain to improve the Read more…

Hey Look, it’s Another Apple Killer

Hey Look, it's Another Apple Killer
In the three years or so that the iPhone has been around, there have been a lot of iPhone killers. There was the G1, the BlackBerry Storm, The Nexxus … they all came and went with nary a peep. Closest thing so far is the Droid, and even that one doesn’t seem to have the Read more…