Add More Space By Adding a Data Doubler

Add More Space By Adding a Data Doubler
Apple seems to be moving away from the optical drive, as shown by the USB key that comes with the MacBook Air instead of the old DVD option. If you’re one of those people that doesn’t use their optical drive very option but needs some extra hard drive space, you can install a data doubler Read more…

Keyboard & Magic Trackpad In One

Keyboard & Magic Trackpad In One
So this one has been making the rounds recently. It’s called the BulletTrain, and it’s an aluminum dock that holds your Apple Wireless Keyboard and Magic Trackpad in one convenient location. The deets: Beside being the best looking keyboard ever made, the anodized aluminum unibody BulletTrain Express Keyboard Platform will blow your mind with how Read more…

TSA and MacBook Air Good to Go

TSA and MacBook Air Good to Go
I hate travelling. I mean, I love it in concept, but I hate the process, particularly airport security. It used to be bad enough, but now with the TSA thinking that every bottle of water has dynamite inside, it can be an hour-plus long process to just get screened. Good news though for new MacBook Read more…

Why The PlayStation Phone is Three Years Too Late

Why The PlayStation Phone is Three Years Too Late
[Image Via Engadget] It would be pretty fair to say that I’m a video game guy, particularly consoles. I own every Nintendo console ever built, as well as a PS2, PS3, PSP, XBox, and XBox 360. Up until recently, they were all hooked up to a dedicated television in a dedicated game room. I think Read more…

The Process Begins: MacBook Air Justification

The Process Begins: MacBook Air Justification
I spend most of my time working from home, and that means that I’m in front of my desk hammering away on my 15-inch MacBook Pro. I’ve often got 5-10 programs running simultaneously, which not only heats up my CPU, but causes the fans to run pretty heavy as well. It’s not a big deal Read more…

SIM Card Rumors: Apple Working To Create Integrated SIM Card

SIM Card Rumors: Apple Working To Create Integrated SIM Card
GigaOM has an interesting post up about how Apple is working with suppliers to create a universal SIM card. Of course, it’s got a scandalous title, but it really doesn’t seem like quite the horrific tale: Sources inside European carriers have reported that Apple has been working with SIM-card manufacturer Gemalto to create a special SIM card Read more…

The History of Online Video

The History of Online Video
Apple fans usually are among the first ones to enjoy new technology, often even to help new technology become a standard. Examples are Firewire (hold your hand up if you have actually something plugged in to your FW port right now), Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and definitely the internet as a streaming platform. Quicktime, Apple trailers and Read more…

Nintendo Fears Apple

Nintendo Fears Apple
[Image via AppAdvice] I’ve been playing video games since the Atari 2600, and I have a real addiction to all things Mario. Seriously, I’ve even considered a tattoo on the subject. But apparently, Nintendo is a bit afraid of Apple. From Forbes: Content. Ask Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime what gives Nintendo an edge Read more…

White iPhone Delayed

White iPhone Delayed
Is anyone really still waiting for the white iPhone 4? If they are, they’ve got another few months. From Reuters: Oct 26 (Reuters) – Apple Inc (AAPL.O) said on Tuesday that it would delay release of its eagerly anticipated white iPhone again, this time until next spring. The latest version of the popular handset, the Read more…

The Apple Purchase Guessing Game

The Apple Purchase Guessing Game
Lots of talk going around the proverbial water cooler recently, mostly about who Apple is going to buy. After all, they do have $51 billion to spend, so who’s on the list? Reuters puts out some of them: Shares of Sony Corp rose nearly 3 percent at one point on Tuesday, but later retreated as Read more…