The Obligatory Apple Event Speculation Post

The Obligatory Apple Event Speculation Post
Well, it’s still early but at 10 am PST, Apple has an event called Back to the Mac, which is presumably about OS 10.7. But what else will be announced? As is tradition, I’m going to go out and make a few predictions here, and wildly speculate about what’s going to happen in a few Read more…

Want a White iPhone 4? Here’s One Option

Want a White iPhone 4? Here's One Option
Sure, the white iPhone 4 is a bit of a sore subject on the Apple front. After all, it’s October now, and we still don’t have the pale version of everyone’s favorite mobile phone, but there are still a few options to make your black model look a bit lighter. Like this iPhone 4 case Read more…

AppleTV V.2 Doing Just Fine, Thanks

AppleTV V.2 Doing Just Fine, Thanks
So how is the new AppleTV selling? Apparently, quite well. MacRumors has the specifics: During today’s earnings conference call, Apple CEO Steve Jobs noted that the company has sold over 250,000 units of the revamped Apple TV that was unveiled at the company’s September 1st media event and began shipping at the very end of September. Read more…

No 7-Inch iPad Coming

No 7-Inch iPad Coming
Want a 7-inch iPad? I wouldn’t hold your breath. Turns out that Steve isn’t a huge fan of the concept, at least according to what he said on yesterday’s Q4 call. Here’s the quote from MacRumors: Commenting on avalanche of tablets heading to market. Just a handful of credible entrants. Almost all use 7″ screen, Read more…

Review: Camtasia

Review: Camtasia
If you’re looking to record video directly from your computer screen, you won’t find an app that’s easier to use yet robust enough to suit every need, than Camtasia for Mac. It offers a well-rounded list of features and a slick, easy-on-the-eyes interface that’s right in keeping with the aesthetic that Mac users expect. When Read more…

iPhone 4 Back Swapping

iPhone 4 Back Swapping
[Image via Unplggd] I love my iPhone 4, but that doesn’t mean that I’m not cautious with it. I have my case, and I am concerned about what could potentially happen to the glass should something strike the phone the wrong way. But now it looks like there’s another option that isn’t too pricey, and Read more…

TomTom for iPhone Updates to 1.5

TomTom for iPhone Updates to 1.5
Last week I penned a review about the TomTom app for the iPhone, detailing my trip to California and how handy the app was (full disclosure: I was given the app for free for review). Anyways, they updated the app to 1.5, and the new features are pretty cool. First off, there’s the higher resolution Read more…

More MacBook Air Rumors Swirl

More MacBook Air Rumors Swirl
[Image Via MacRumors] Lotta hot gossip going around about the rumored new MacBook Air that’s potentially being announced on Wednesday, including this purported spy shot. Whether or not the rumors are true is really not important to me at this point, but what is interesting is what they’re reportedly doing, and why it makes sense. Read more…

iPad Printing with iOS 4.2

iPad Printing with iOS 4.2
We’re just weeks away from proper printing directly from your iPad, thanks to the upcoming iOS 4.2 upgrade. So far, the only means of printing anything from your iPad is to sync it with your Mac and print from there. But let’s get real. If an extra step was something we were used to, we’d Read more…

Make Your iPad Look Like an iMac

Make Your iPad Look Like an iMac
The world of iPad docks seems to be populated with dozens of iMac clones, but this model takes it a step further. It’s called the PadDock 10, and it’s a rotating dock that has speakers mounted in the bottom, hidden behind a silver iMac-esque face. Plus there’s a USB connection in the rear. So what’s Read more…