The Great Pivoting iMac Concept

The Great Pivoting iMac Concept
The world of Apple patents can be a tricky thing. Apple puts out tons of patent applications every year, and there’s never any “sure thing” that it’s going to happen. This one though, is pretty interesting. This comes from MacRumors, and it goes like this: Take your typical iMac and make it a touchscreen. Then Read more…

Soft iPad Case Love

Soft iPad Case Love
This one’s for you, Maurice. IPad cases are everywhere it seems, but most of them tend to look like either man bags, purses, or both. This one seems to be more of a sleeve than anything else, but considering the price and the size, it looks like a win to me. It’s called the Cusco Read more…

OWC SSD Touted as Cheapest SSD Out There

OWC SSD Touted as Cheapest SSD Out There
The world of Mac solid state drives (SSD) is a bit controversial. I don’t have all the answers on this one, but what it comes down to is TRIM. From Anandtech: We run into these problems primarily because the drive doesn’t know when a file is deleted, only when one is overwritten. Thus we lose Read more…

Apple Gazette Reviews: Speck Fitted iPhone Case

Apple Gazette Reviews: Speck Fitted iPhone Case
When Apple put out the word that everyone was getting a free case, I was excited, then disappointed. I figured that of the manufacturers who were involved, I would have my pick of excellent cases with lots of color choices. Instead, we got a bunch of cases that do the deed, but there wasn’t much Read more…

In “I Must’ve Missed This One” News: Monoprice Discontinuing Apple Cables

In "I Must've Missed This One" News: Monoprice Discontinuing Apple Cables
I love Monoprice. There are a few reasons why, but most of it comes down to their great customer service and low prices, both of which I’ve spoken about before. But now, it looks like they’re not going to be selling Apple cables anymore, and the reason why takes a bit explaining. First, there’s a Read more…

Get Things Done With Epic Win

Get Things Done With Epic Win
The world of getting things done can be pretty monotonous at times, what with all of the date entering and following up. There are plenty of good apps for the iPhone that help you keep track of that giant to-do list, but none of them really do it with any flair. Turns out that now, Read more…

Apple Opens Up Free iPad Versions With Paid Subscription Model

Apple Opens Up Free iPad Versions With Paid Subscription Model
Well, it looks like it finally happened, and I hope that more magazines decide to take this on. Fortune has the report: Until now, the iPad versions of People, Time,Sports Illustrated and Fortune have cost the same as the newsstand price — $3.99 for each issue of People, $4.99 to $5.99 each for the rest — even if Read more…

Review: New York Times Crosswords

Review: New York Times Crosswords
The New York Times Crosswords app is exactly what it sounds like: an app allowing you to do the Times‘ crossword puzzles on your iPad. For a subscription fee, the daily crosswords from the newspaper will be sent to your iPad, though the app itself is free, and it comes bundled with thirty free puzzles, Read more…

Another Day, Another iPad Bag: Booq Push

Another Day, Another iPad Bag: Booq Push
Hey, lookie here. Another iPad bag for the masses. Yes, this follows the same trend of bags that look too much like a purse for any respectable guy to carry with them, but just in case you’re interested, here’s the scoop on the Booq Push: The Boa push iPad messenger provides one of the most Read more…

MacBook Backpack Goodness: incase Backpack

MacBook Backpack Goodness: incase Backpack
I seem to have a problem with bags. I don’t know what the problem is really, but I always seem to be searching for the next big thing. A while back – pre Apple days, back – I purchased a Swiss Army backpack. This thing had everything I wanted and needed at the time, and Read more…