Review: The Game of Life

Review: The Game of Life
I’ve never met anyone who doesn’t love Life, the classic Milton Bradley board game. It ranks alongside Monopoly, Clue, Catan, and Scrabble as one of the most popular board games of all time. You might expect EA Mobile to skimp on features for the iPhone version of the game, but instead, every feature of the Read more…

iPhone 5 May Be Coming During Fall Media Event

Rumors have been pointing towards a fall launch for the iPhone 5 which will take the stage at Apple’s iPod Media event. We reported Summer may be reserved for an extensive launch of OS X Lion but the late fall launch of Apple iPhone 5 may be to protect sales of the iPhone Multiple analysts Read more…

Review: Incase’s Nylon Sleeve For The 13″ MacBook Pro

Review: Incase's Nylon Sleeve For The 13" MacBook Pro
Are you looking for a sleeve to protect your MacBook Pro when it’s bundled with books and supplies in a backpack or for general coverage? Incase’s Nylon Protective Sleeve for the 13″ MacBook Pro not only does the job but looks great. About Incase’s Nylon sleeve The Nylon sleeve comes in various color schemes but Read more…

Next Version Of Final Cut Pro To Be Amazingly Awesome, Coming Tuesday

Apple’s Final Cut Pro may be set for a massive overhaul with a launch that is nothing short of awesome according to several sources. The newest version of the professional video editing App will be announced this Tuesday at the place it made its first public debut: a user group meet in Las Vegas. A Read more…

The Problem Of The Free Roaming Verizon iPads

Verizon iPad owners are experiencing a strange problem that has yet to crop up on the 3G version of the device: perpetual data roaming. Puzzled iPad owners have turned to Apple and Verizon for a fix but the problem may not be so easily cured. The roaming issue may be related to the Preferred Roaming Read more…

Review: Avatron’s Air Display For OS X

Review: Avatron's Air Display For OS X
Avatron, best known for its iOS App that turns your iPad in to a secondary screen for your Mac using only a Wifi connection has released an update to Air Display that does the same with a spare Mac. About Air Display $19.99 on the Mac App Store. Client Software is free Avatron’s Mac App Read more…

Potential 5th Gen iPod Touch Images Leak, Home Button Gets All Touchy

Potential 5th Gen iPod Touch Images Leak, Home Button Gets All Touchy
Just yesterday rumors and leaked images of the 7th gen iPod Nano were all the rage but now images of a prototype 5th generation iPod Touch are swarming the Internet. The proto-touch shows a capacity of (roughly) 128 GB and a capacitive Home Screen button. The images below were obtained by Mac Rumors and sent Read more…

Review: Unlikely Suspects HD

Review: Unlikely Suspects HD
MumboJumbo’s Unlikely Suspects HD takes the standard scavenger hunt game to new level, thanks to a small but important injection of deductive reasoning. Unlikely Suspects essentially one-ups a higher profile detective game on the iPad — Clue: Secrets & Spies. Yes, there are scavenger hunts galore, and they’re among the toughest ones you’ll ever play. Read more…

iPod Nano To Get Camera Again

iPod Nano To Get Camera Again
Now that April Fools is over and everyone has had a break from fake rumors over the weekend, it’s time for something with a little more substance. A leaked shell of the 7th generation iPod Nano shows an opening for a camera but the question is “how can Apple keep cramming more electronics in to Read more…

Big Cable Networks Bring Down The Hammer On iPads

Big Cable Networks Bring Down The Hammer On iPads
Of all companies to create an amazing iPad App that turns the cable landscape on its head, Time Warner didn’t appear to be the likely hero. Unexpectedly the cable provider released an iPad App that streams channels as long as you’re a paying Time Warner subscriber. The App launched to much fanfare for being able Read more…