Apple Gazette Reviews: OmniFocus for iPad

Apple Gazette Reviews: OmniFocus for iPad
In the past few weeks, I’ve reviewed OmniFocus for the Mac and iPhone, and now we’re reviewing OmniFocus for iPad. This one comes with the same caveats: I was given a free copy of the program to review, and I’ve spent the last little bit checking it out. Here’s the results. Getting into the OmniFocus Read more…

Yet Another Moleskine iPad Case – But This One is Different

Yet Another Moleskine iPad Case - But This One is Different
We’ve covered quite a few Moleskine styled iPad cases here on Apple Gazette, and they all seem to work the same way. Put the iPad in a black leather binder, put in a few cutouts, and make sure you’ve got a fancy black rubber band to complete the look. First off, the Treegloo iPad case Read more…

Do We All Really Want Touchscreens on Everything?

Do We All Really Want Touchscreens on Everything?
[Image via Engadget] When the iPhone first came out, people were shocked by the on-screen keyboard. “It won’t work,” they said. “It won’t be accurate,” they said. Here we are 3 years later, and not only does it work, it’s spawned a series of touchscreen keyboards seen in all sorts of Apple products, and now Read more…

Apple Gazette Reviews: OmniFocus for iPhone

Apple Gazette Reviews: OmniFocus for iPhone
A few weeks ago, I reviewed OmniFocus for Mac, a powerful GTD tool for your desktop of laptop. Once I had a copy of OmniFocus in hand, I knew that I had to try the mobile versions. My tasks always seem to come to mind when I’m walking somewhere, far away from my computer. By Read more…

Apple Gazette Reviews: ForeverSave

Apple Gazette Reviews: ForeverSave
Sometimes, you’ve got to learn things the hard way, like I did the other day. I have multiple spreadsheets open on my desktop at one time, most of them in Numbers. Up until recently, I was using Excel for all of my spreadsheet duties, but once my wife started showing me the cool things she Read more…

Dock Prototype Overload

Dock Prototype Overload
I loves me some docks, but sometimes, I think it can be a bit too much. Take, for example, this concept posted over at Yanko Design, one of my favorite prototype blogs. It’s a dock designed to fit underneath your iMac which has a docking station for your iPad, iPod, and iPhone. Oh, and there’s a few Read more…

Review: Midnight Mysteries 2: Salem Witch Trials

Review: Midnight Mysteries 2: Salem Witch Trials
If you’re looking for some adventurous fun, you’ll have a hard time finding a better adventure game than Midnight Mysteries 2: Salem Witch Trials for iPad. Experience with the first Midnight Mysteries game — which dealt with a conspiracy surrounding Edgar Allen Poe —  is not at all necessary. In all honesty, I don’t think Read more…

HDR Comparisons

HDR Comparisons
I played around with the new HDR feature on my iPhone yesterday with some mixed results. Ultimately, this comes down to the advantages and disadvantages of the technology, but overall, I’m pretty pleased. First, HDR is best in high-contrast situations, such as the images here. Pictured is Scrappy, my dachshund, without HDR below, and with above. Read more…

AirPlay for All: Denon Introduces Receiver with AirPlay

AirPlay for All: Denon Introduces Receiver with AirPlay
When Apple announced AirPlay last week, I figured that although it was a neat concept, I wasn’t sure who else was going to pick up on it. Apparently, the answer is Denon. From the official page: AVR-4311CI Network Ready For Web Audio, Photo and Multi-Media PC Connectivity Via the RJ-45 wired LAN connection to your Read more…

Dumb News of the Week: Apple Losing Sales Because of Antennagate

Dumb News of the Week: Apple Losing Sales Because of Antennagate
Wow. Just dumb. First, let’s start with this headline from the Business Insider: Apple Is Losing 20% Of U.S. iPhone 4 Sales To Antennagate Wow. That’s impressive sounding. I should read on. Apple is losing iPhone 4 sales to Antennagate, according to a survey conducted by Piper Jaffray. Piper surveyed 258 cell phone owners in the Read more…