Review: Say What You See

Review: Say What You See
A good game doesn’t have to be a terribly deep one. Take for example, Big Ideas Corporation’s Say What You See, a simple little puzzler app that’s so addictive, it’ll keep you up at night, trying for hours on end to figure it out. Read more…

Apple Gazette Reviews: Plants Vs Zombies

Apple Gazette Reviews: Plants Vs Zombies
My wife has a problem. A few years back, she was all about PopCap games online. She’d play them for hours, and things would just get left on the wayside. She ended up giving up cold turkey one day, and things have never been better. Then I bought Plants Vs. Zombies for my iPhone [iTunes Read more…

AutoCad Coming to Mac

AutoCad Coming to Mac
My wife and I both enjoy Apple products, but I’ve been more into them than her for a little while now. That’s mostly because of her work as a kitchen designer, which requires her to use AutoCad and other Windows-only products. If it weren’t for that, she’d probably switch over to a Mac tomorrow. Strangely Read more…

Apple Gazette Reviews: OmniFocus for Mac

Apple Gazette Reviews: OmniFocus for Mac
I’ve always been one of those guys who looks really organized, but gets panicked under pressure if things aren’t setup just right. I like knowing what I need to do, how I need to accomplish it, and what’s coming up next. I’ve spent some time learning the GTD system, but up until recently, I’ve had Read more…

The Biggest Alarm Clock Ever

The Biggest Alarm Clock Ever
IHome is known for making all sorts of Apple-related products, including one of my favorites, the Dual Dock Alarm Clock Radio for the iPhone and iPod Touch. What’s great about that particular system is that it’s not only an alarm, it’s also a charging station. Being that I keep my iPhone by my bed every Read more…

Pages Now Features Export to ePub

Pages Now Features Export to ePub
Sometimes, I like to hear about things going on, then let them marinate in my head for a little bit so I can think about it before spouting my opinions. For example, let’s talk about the news that came around last week: iWork was updated. Big deal, right? Not really, except that it also included Read more…

Apple Event Rumor du Jour: Square iPod Shuffle

Apple Event Rumor du Jour: Square iPod Shuffle
[Image via GigaOM] We’re just a few days away from the next iPod event, and that means there’s lots of speculation coming down the pike. I’ve been monitoring many of these rumors for a while now, but like most rumors, they’re all full of crap. One of them though seems to be getting more and Read more…

CopyTrans Makes it Easy to Transfer Tracks from iPod to Computer

CopyTrans Makes it Easy to Transfer Tracks from iPod to Computer
Don’t you just hate it when songs go missing from your iTunes library? I know I try to make sure that my iPod, phone, and computer contain the same songs so that there is no need to wonder which device to use when I feel like listening to something. Here, my organization skills fail me Read more…

Netflix Comes to the iPhone and iPod Touch

Netflix Comes to the iPhone and iPod Touch
What, was it yesterday that I was talking about watching Netflix? The day before? Either way, I was just expounding on how I enjoy using the service for streaming movies while I work, and now, it turns out the Netflix is on the iPhone [iTunes Link]. So what makes this so cool? Well if it Read more…

Intuit Beats Square to the Punch

Intuit Beats Square to the Punch
[Image via Engadget] I really like the crew at Square. I’ve written about one of their founders in a magazine, and about them here multiple times. But it’s just not as out there as it could be yet, and I know I haven’t received my reader yet. And although excuses about manufacturing problems and underwriting Read more…