GarageBand for iPad

GarageBand for iPad
Apple has just released an iPad version of the popular music software Garageband. At first glance, it looks just like its desktop counterpart but it’s actually much easier to control and has a few added bonuses. In my humble opinion, it’s a great app to own whether you are a musician or an average iPad Read more…

Review: Tetris for iPad

Review: Tetris for iPad
What can be said about Tetris that hasn’t been said before? As a puzzler classic, it’s probably one of the best-known games of all time. The gameplay finds you directing falling blocks into slots to fit them together; when you have a full row, the row disappears. But you already knew that, right? When it Read more…

Apple Gazette Reviews Mission Workshop’s Rambler Backpack

Apple Gazette Reviews Mission Workshop's Rambler Backpack
As an avid cyclist and urban crawler I was enthusiastic about Mission Workshop’s Rambler Backpack. MW was kind enough to send me a review Rambler (Medium size) and I’m happy to report it’s great for gearheads, students and those who need their office on the go. It’s spacious, comfortable and extremely durable. About The Bag Read more…

A Hardware Free WWDC – No iPhone Until Fall/Early 2011?

A Hardware Free WWDC - No iPhone Until Fall/Early 2011?
Apple recently announced the dates — Monday, June 6 through Friday, June 10 — for its World Wide Developer Conference earlier today and already rumors the iPhone 5 will not be announced this summer is making rounds. This may be the first hardware-less WWDC as Apple opts to focus on Software. Rumors sprang up over Read more…

OS X Lion Nearing Its First Release Candidate, Not Gold Master

OS X Lion Nearing Its First Release Candidate, Not Gold Master
As Apple continues development of OS X Lion to keep up with a Summer release date, there are murmurs of the OS hitting Gold Master. However, Apple has yet to give developers an initial Release Candidate A month ago Apple released a Beta of OS X Lion through the Mac App Store. The current release Read more…

iOS 5 Announcement At WWDC, Release This Fall?

iOS 5 Announcement At WWDC, Release This Fall?
Apple is hard at work on the development of iOS 5 as OS 10.7 Lion prepares for its summer debut. According to some sources, iOS 5 may be delayed or released in Fall to make way for OS X Lion’s release at WWDC. Traditionally Apple announces a new version of the iPhone accompanied by a Read more…

The iPad 2 Takes On Consoles

The iPad 2 Takes On Consoles
During the iPad 2‘s debut, Apple took every opportunity to promote its powerful graphics engine and 1080p output capability. Developers are updating their Apps to take advantage of the iPad’s faster hardware and already we’re seeing Apps that put the tablet in console gaming territory. Real Racing 2 HD is one of the latest Apps Read more…

The iPad For Creatives: Which Stylus Should I Use?

The iPad For Creatives: Which Stylus Should I Use?
The iPad has evolved from a content consumption to a content creation device thanks to the robust amount of Apps available for creative users. Amazing works of art have been created with the iPad but many professionals question the usefulness of the device. While it won’t make you a Picasso or turn you in to Read more…

How Much Stronger Is The iPad 2′s Glass? A Lot More Than The First iPad’s

How Much Stronger Is The iPad 2's Glass? A Lot More Than The First iPad's
The iPad 2 is thinner and lighter than its predecessor but is it more durable? Some have questioned the quality of Aluminum used in the newest iPad but one thing is for sure: the iPad 2′s glass is a lot more durable and can withstand an absurd amount of bending. If you’re asking why anyone Read more…

OS X May Support A Larger Variety Of Graphic Cards

OS X May Support A Larger Variety Of Graphic Cards
Apple has always had an odd relationship with video card manufacturers such as ATi (now AMD) and Nvidia. Drivers for OS X were limited to certain video cards and Apple was never keen on cramming expensive parts for the sake of bragging rights. That may change as Apple is looking to expand the amount of Read more…