Apple Integrating Facebook Into iPhone OS 4.0?

Apple Integrating Facebook Into iPhone OS 4.0?
The Business Insider is reporting that Apple is going to be working Facebook into the iPhone OS, implementing quite a few different features. Here’s the gist: Our source tells us that Apple is at least going to build Facebook contact syncing directly into the iPhone software, so you can pull Facebook contacts into your iPhone’s Read more…

Vanity Fair Comes to iPad and iPhone. Awkward Screenshot Included

Vanity Fair Comes to iPad and iPhone. Awkward Screenshot Included
Big fan of Vanity Fair? Well if you are – and you know who you are, people – they’ve just released the app for the iPad and iPhone [iTunes Link]. Their plan is to release a new app each month for each issue, that way they get paid on each version. Here’s their official statement Read more…

MobileMe Mail Evolves – Rumors Swirl

MobileMe Mail Evolves - Rumors Swirl
You know MobileMe, right? For $99 a year, MobileMe syncs your iPad, iPhone, Mac and PC all together, making sure your contacts, calendars and e-mail is all working in glorious harmony. There’s also an online gallery, iDisk – a version of Dropbox by Apple – and Find My iPhone. The price seems a little bit Read more…

iPhone Meet Kelley Blue Book

iPhone Meet Kelley Blue Book
The “KBB.com” application is free for car buyers’ mobile phones and can now determine the value of any vehicle on Joe’s Used Car Lot or anywhere! Kelley Blue Book’s official application for the iPhone is easier to use than their website www.KBB.com, because the “KBB.com” App determines the user’s location without even requiring a zip Read more…

The Case for an Expensive Case

The Case for an Expensive Case
I love cases. I’m not sure exactly why, but I think it has something to do with my ridiculously anal organizational tendencies. I prefer the feeling that everything has its place, and it’s protected along the way. Since the last case didn’t work out, I’ve been hunting for that messenger bag of my dreams, and Read more…

Steam for the Mac Live Now

Steam for the Mac Live Now
Got a Mac? Of course you do, that’s why you’re reading this site. I don’t know what I could’ve been thinking. My apologies. I’ll go ahead and show myself out. Anyways, yesterday Steam for the Mac went live. You may wonder why I didn’t report about this yesterday when it was new and topical, but Read more…

AT&T Moves Up iPhone Upgrade Date

AT&T Moves Up iPhone Upgrade Date
My wife and I first bought a pair of iPhone 3Gs back in the summer of 2008, just after they came out. The following year, I called up AT&T, like many iPhone people did, and asked if I could upgrade without the penalty. Turns out I did, but my wife didn’t, so I got the Read more…

Square for the iPhone Out Now

Square for the iPhone Out Now
I’ve talked many times about Square before, mostly because I think it’s an excellent product with a lot of potential. Now, after much anticipation and baited breath, the Square App is finally available for the iPhone and iPod Touch. For the uninitiated, here’s how it works. You download the Square App [iTunes Link] for your Read more…

The Winners of the MacKeeper Giveaway!

The Winners of the MacKeeper Giveaway!
You may remember that a few weeks back we held a contest to win a free copy of MacKeeper, a utility for OSX. We got together a crack team of people, designated with determining who should win the contest. After much deliberation, a few fights and a missing finger (don’t mess with my donuts), we Read more…

The Big Picture for the iPhone

The Big Picture for the iPhone
I grew up in Framingham, Massachusetts, which makes me a die-hard Celtics and Red Sox fan. I’ve only been back once in the past 20 years or so, and whenenver I get homesick, I surf on over to the Boston Globe’s website, where I can see how my teams are doing and catch up on Read more…