Hide Your Gadgets with the Essential Travel Jacket

Hide Your Gadgets with the Essential Travel Jacket
I don’t do as much travelling as I like, but one thing I really despise about the process is getting through security. It’s such a giant pain in the ass to take all of my stuff out of its various pockets, then carry all of the individual parts. I hate it. Well this concept only Read more…

7-Inch iPad Rumors Abound

7-Inch iPad Rumors Abound
Lots of talk recently about a 7-inch iPad. Here’s one of the latest from Forbes: As others have already speculated, White’s contact says the second-generation iPad will be smaller, with a screen that measures about seven inches, compared to the first iPad’s 9.7-inch screen. The new iPad will also include the high-resolution “Retina” display that Read more…

GDGT: Glassgate is Next for the iPhone 4

GDGT: Glassgate is Next for the iPhone 4
Fascinating story over at GDGT about the next big potential problem for the iPhone 4: Broken glass. I’ll let them do the explaining, because they do a great job of it. According to my sources both inside and outside Apple, after Antennagate the iPhone engineering team identified another potential design flaw that appears to have Read more…

Review: Lamp of Aladdin

Review: Lamp of Aladdin
Lamp of Aladdin for iPad is a match-3 game that wants to be a platformer. Instead of matching three colors to score points or clear the board, you’re trying to clear a path for a tiny version of the game’s title character. It’s a clever twist on the match-3 formula, that unfortunately falls short of its Read more…

Rumor: New MacBook Air Soon

Rumor: New MacBook Air Soon
Oh, the MacBook Air. It’s thin and … well there’s not much else to say really. It doesn’t have an optical drive, only comes with 2GB of RAM that isn’t an upgradable option via Apple, and it’s $300 more than the base model 13-inch MacBook Pro which is faster and has more hard drive space. In other Read more…

Upgrade Your iPhone 4 With Stainless Steel

Upgrade Your iPhone 4 With Stainless Steel
Sure, it’s a major design flaw, but I’m a big fan of the stainless steel band around the perimeter of the iPhone 4. I’m also a fan of the glass front and back, but petrified that I’m going to break it from an errant drop somewhere along the way. One company is offering something which Read more…

Verizon iPhone in 2011. No Seriously, That’s What They Say. Again.

Verizon iPhone in 2011. No Seriously, That's What They Say. Again.
I swear this isn’t a double post. Yet again, it’s being said that Verizon will be carrying the iPhone in early 2011. The news comes from the Wall Street Journal: Apple Inc. is making a version of its iPhone that Verizon Wireless will sell early next year, according to people familiar with the matter, ending Read more…

HyperDock: Windows 7 Features on Your Mac

HyperDock: Windows 7 Features on Your Mac
My wife’s Dell laptop runs Windows 7, and every time that I use it, I notice the hovering feature. Should I mouse over the icons in the dock, each window for each program will appear, and then I can select from those at will. It’s handy for those times when I’ve got multiple windows open Read more…

Tripod & Kickstand in One: The Glif

Tripod & Kickstand in One: The Glif
As I’ve said before, sometimes the best ideas are the most simple ones. Take this one, for example. It’s called the Glif, and it’s one of the coolest things I’ve seen for the iPhone yet. But let’s have the PR talk for us. The idea for the Glif was first formed when we realized the Read more…

Office For Mac 2011: First Impressions

Office For Mac 2011: First Impressions
A week or two ago, I waxed poetic about Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac, which is set for release on October 26th. After a few quick e-mails, I was in contact with one of the MS press team, and just today I received a free press copy of Microsoft Office for Mac 2011. It’s going Read more…