Live the Kalm Sutra App for Ages 17+

Live the Kalm Sutra App for Ages 17+
The love making positions of the “Kalm Sutra” application are free to explore on the iPhone! The ancient art of making love is depicted tastefully in this App where the male Elephant humanoid meets the Lady Tiger and bares her a little more than just his heart. Well hello Lady Tiger! Education is the path Read more…

Hulu comes to iPad

The rumors were true. Hulu has finally released an app for the iPad — but there’s a catch. Well, two catches, actually. First, you have to have an invite to access the thing. You can download and “tour” the app without an invite, but you can’t watch anything, so what’s the point, right? Second, this Read more…

iWork and the iPhone

iWork and the iPhone
When the iPad first came out, I bought Pages right away, because I figured that I’d be using it a lot. So far, that’s not really been the case, and that’s mostly because of the syncing problem. As of right now, apps that live on the iPad stay on the iPad and don’t go anywhere Read more…

The iPhone Antenna Thing

The iPhone Antenna Thing
There’s been a lot of talk recently about the iPhone 4 and the antenna. For those who haven’t yet heard about the “scandal,” here’s a summation. The cellular antenna is located on the bottom of the iPhone, and is separated from the other antennas by a thin black line. Some people are having problems with Read more…

An App Bookshelf

An App Bookshelf
One of the cool things about the iPhone 4 and iOS4 on the 3GS is the customizable home screen background. This is also a problem, as some backgrounds are more distracting than others, and can detract from the overall clean appearance of the desktop. Where some people see problems, other people see  opportunities. Jeff Broderick Read more…

Angry Birds & Angry Birds HD

Angry Birds & Angry Birds HD
The iPhone as a gaming platform has been pretty successful so far, but for me, it’s not really for serious gaming. I look at the iPhone as a device for casual games that you can play in the waiting room of your dentist’s office, but not for hours of play like I’d spend on Super Read more…

An Awkward Conversation

An Awkward Conversation
I’ve been married for two years now, and with my wife for over five. In the course of our relationship, I’ve had quite a few awkward conversations with my significant other, but sometimes, the subject can be a bit more awkward than others. I woke up the other morning and checked my e-mail, as I Read more…

iPad 3G Class Action Lawsuit Expanded

iPad 3G Class Action Lawsuit Expanded
I bought an iPad Wi-Fi+3G model for one reason: road trips. My logic was that if I needed to use an internet connection on the road for my laptop, that most times I could get away with using the 3G in the iPad instead. For $30, I’d have unlimited data, and that was cheaper than Read more…

5 Epic Apple Fails

iMac. iPod. iPhone. iPad. Everything Apple touches turns to gold. Or does it? Apple’s history is filled with mistakes and outright failures — products that even the most ardent fans shunned, and that Apple itself would rather pretend never happened. We can all forgive Apple its missteps, because you can’t achieve the peak of coolness Read more…

The iPhone 4: Movies

“Apple of My Eye” – an iPhone 4 film from Michael Koerbel on Vimeo. A few months ago, I bought my wife a Flip camera for mother’s day. I thought in the back of my mind that the next iPhone would come with a built-in camera, but since I had no confirmation and a looming Read more…