Ping Made Semi-Relevant Again With Posthumous Michael Jackson Song

Ping hasn’t received the response Apple has hoped for when it sent an email to users last month reminding them the social network still exists. To entice users, Ping users will have access to an exclusive Michael Jackson song According to TUAW the song “Much Too Soon” will be streamed for free until next Thursday. Read more…

Virgin Launches Project Magazine

Virgin launched Project magazine yesterday and is the newest competitor in the digital magazine space. The App is available for free from the iTunes store. Issues are downloaded within the App and cost $2.99 each. While there has been much talk about the future of magazines on the iPad, Project is a step in the Read more…

PhotoFast’s MacBook Air SSD Upgrades Killed By Apple

PhotoFast, manufacturer of a SSD upgrade kit for the MacBook Air has stopped all production of the unit because of a request from Apple. PhotoFast’s kit which used a Toshiba X-gale SSD and came in 64, 128 and 256GB capacities is no longer in production according to Daily Tech. PhotoFast, which is part of Apple’s Read more…

Review: Doodle Fit

Review: Doodle Fit
Doodle Fit is an iPhone/iPad game that presents you with large shapes, and then various Tetris-like blocks that must be worked into the shapes to fill it. Like so many iOS games, Doodle Fit offers super-simple, gameplay that makes for a perfect time-wasting in short or long periods of time. The latter is more likely, as Read more…

Next Generation MacBook Pro To Contain Intel Sandy Bridge CPU

Next Generation MacBook Pro To Contain Intel Sandy Bridge CPU
It’s no question that Apple is hard at work developing the next iteration of MacBook Pros which is expected to arrive sometime early next year. However, computer manufacturers are hinting the next generation of MacBook Pros could be powered by Intel’s Sandy Bridge CPU. TUAW reports that computer manufacturers such as Acer, Gateway and Lenovo Read more…

Project Magazine For The iPad To Launch Tomorrow

Richard Branson’s magazine for the iPad is set to launch tomorrow according to Mashable. The magazine App, which is trickling out through the various iTunes stores of the world. The App itself is free but issues will be $2.99. We’ll be covering the magazine and review it as soon as it launches. Read more…

How Apple Optimized iOS 4.2.1 With Web Devs In Mind

Apple has included a major amount of fixes and tweaks in iOS 4.2.1 — here’s a look at a few at what’s new in Safari that will entice Web Developers and how Apple is working to squash a sluggish user experience. Better RAM Management — Apps Faster Over Beta Versions A large concern iOS users Read more…

New iBooks Features — AirPrint, Email PDFs And Better Organization

According to a rumor from 9 to 5 Mac Apple will be adding better support and organization to iBooks alongside AirPrint functionality and the ability to email PDFs. Apple will be calling its version of Folders for iBooks Collections will let you organize your PDFs and eBooks in any way you want. However, Collections won’t Read more…

Apple’s Black Friday Deals

Apple’s Black Friday deals are posted. Macs are $101 off and iPads are $41 off. IPod Touches are $21 off. You can preview the online deals here. Read more…

What An iPad Magazine Needs To Be

Richard Branson and Rupert Murdoch are both moving in to the iPad subscription business — uncharted territory even for a media tycoon and an ambitious entrepreneur. Their foray in to iPad content distribution will come as Apps, digital magazines that will hopefully give new life to an aging  method of printing information. Murdoch and Branson Read more…