Safari 5 Released

Safari 5 Released
There have been rumblings about this for a while now, but it’s official: Safari is now Safari 5, and it’s available right now. From the official press release: Apple® today released Safari® 5, the latest version of the world’s fastest and most innovative web browser, featuring the new Safari Reader for reading articles on the Read more…

My WWDC Predictions – How Accurate Were They?

My WWDC Predictions - How Accurate Were They?
Well, we knew it was coming, but as of today there is a new iPhone in the midst. It’s got a radically new design, more features, and more glass. Yesterday, I went out on a limb and projected what I felt would be the big announcements of the show. Was I right? Let’s find out. Read more…

WWDC Wrap Up

WWDC Wrap Up
[Photo Credit: Adam Jackson / Flickr] Here it is, our big wrap up of Steve Jobs’ keynote speech at WWDC 10. This is going to be written as it goes, with more formal posts in the coming days to discuss the nuances of the big reveal(s). *iBooks for iPad – Update to the app. Table Read more…

UFO camera App Superimposes and Abducts iPhones!

UFO camera App Superimposes and Abducts iPhones!
I want to believe! For every amateur, professional and federal UFO hunter, follower, hobbyist and hoaxer out there comes the incredibly adept “UFO camera” application for the iPhone. The “UFO camera SILVER” App is free in the Apple Store and provides any user with three different images of UFOs for the purpose of doctoring an Read more…

Flaw Revealed in Adobe Acrobat and Flash

Flaw Revealed in Adobe Acrobat and Flash
All this Flash/Apple stuff is irritating, and at this point, it’s a bit of a broken record. But this weekend, I noticed something about Flash that kind of bugged me. I was chugging along on my work, doing the usual stuff, and my iStat readings in my menu bar say that my MacBook Pro is Read more…

My WWDC Predictions

My WWDC Predictions
Today is the WWDC, and in just a few hours, Steve Jobs is going to take the stage and tell us the next big thing that we all need to buy. The next iPhone is a foregone conclusion, and frankly, a lot of the steam has been taken out of that release. So there’s talk Read more…

MEanderthal App is So Easy a Caveman Can Do It

MEanderthal App is So Easy a Caveman Can Do It
Look like the distant family relatives… the really distant ones from the Stone Age! The “MEanderthal” App is a picture and identity converter from the Smithsonian Institution, and it is packed with information for the user’s bio. This free application for the iPhone is simple, impactful and really fun. The Smithsonian uses its knowledge to Read more…

Google Releases AdMob SDK — iAds, Not Yet

Google Releases AdMob SDK — iAds, Not Yet
As you may or may not know, Google bought AdMob a while back, which some people said was a direct smack in the face to Apple, who was also in the running. As a result, Apple bought Quattro Wireless, they cuddled for a bit, and they made sweet, sweet iAd. Which, by the way, is Read more…

People Don’t Like AT&T

People Don't Like AT&T
As it turns out, not so many people are thrilled about AT&T’s new smartphone plan changes. Just check out AT&T’s Facebook page. A few select quotes: $25 for 2GB!? WHAT?! $10 for each additional GB!? Has AT&T lost their minds? I read where they claim that most users use only a few hundred MB a Read more…

Ballmer Isn’t Worried About the iPad

Ballmer Isn't Worried About the iPad
[Image via Engadget] Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, was at the D8 conference today, and as the conversation progressed, so did talk about Apple. Engadget had the whole event covered, and they got a few choice quotes from Ballmer. Walt: But Apple did make the iPad a productivity device too. Steve: They built what they Read more…