OS X Lion could drop any day now. We could be mere hours away. And there’s one feature that a lot of Lion users are going to want to switch off pretty much immediately. Here’s how.
Archives for July 2011
It’s slim pickings today for quality free apps, but I found a handful of gems that might just be worthy of your time.
Moom might just be the best little accessory for your Mac that you never knew you needed. Once you use it, you’ll never want to live without it.
Stock up on free apps and some free music downloads too, in today’s edition. It’s games and utilities galore!
Verizon today confirmed weeks of rumors, stating that as of this Thursday, July 7th, unlimited data plans will be no more. Unless, of course, you’re an existing Verizon customer with an unlimited data plan. You folks get to keep yours, even if you upgrade to a new phone. But new customers — including newbies who […]
Happy 4th of July! Enjoy these free apps that developers have chosen to give away just for the holiday!
The Coding Monkeys’ implementation of the German-style board gameÂ Carcassonne for iPad (and iPhone) is absolutely beautiful. The game was designed with a deeply respectful attention to detail, with every last feature that fans could hope for — and then some.
According to Apple, there are now 100,000 iPad apps in the iTunes App Store. (And you know, gazillions of iPhone apps.) Good thing you’ve got AppleGazette to sort through them so you don’t have to.