The Premium Cost of Clean Design

The Premium Cost of Clean Design
So you’re a college student, and you need to buy the perfect computer for your 4 years of higher education. What will you go with? Mac or PC? Apple or Dell? Shiny, clean design, or cheap and fast? When I was in college I went with the PC – it’s what I grew up with, Read more…

iPhone 5 Release Event: Hardware And Software Rumors That Keeping Popping Up

Apple iPhone 5
On October 4, 2011 the Apple iPhone 5 release event will take place and over the last few months there have been several hardware and software options that keep popping up on our radar from various sources, this page lists some of the most popular iPhone 5 rumors. Various websites have been popping up with Read more…

Review: The World by National Geographic

Review: The World by National Geographic
National Geographic’s The World app for iPad is an interactive globe onto which dozens of flat, paper maps can be overlaid for more detailed views. Like a real-world spinning globe, it’s designed as a cool way to learn about the Earth’s geography. Read more…

Five Rotten Apples

Five Rotten Apples
Apple’s sleek, swish products are some of the most commercially successful inventions in the history of technology. Apple has more cash than the USA, and every teenager from London to Los Angeles wants an iPhone 5 to feature on his Christmas list. But it hasn’t always been that way – even Apple, creator of the Read more…

Free Apps #74

Free Apps #74
There are more games gone free this weekend than you can shake a virtual stick at. (And hey, there’s probably an app for that, anyway.) Check out these more than 25 free apps this weekend! Read more…

This Week’s Best Apps #3

This Week's Best Apps #3
Ever worry that you might miss hearing about the latest and greatest and most noteworthy apps? Worry no more. Here are the very best apps released just this week to the iTunes App Store. Read more…

Did Facebook Just Declare War on Apple?

Did Facebook Just Declare War on Apple?
By now, you may have heard about the major changes coming to Facebook, as announced at today’s F8 conference. Namely, the overhauled Timelines and new apps that use the next generation of “Open Graph” technology to make them deeper and more relevant to your life. Read more…

Earn an Online Teaching Degree With Your iPad

Earn an Online Teaching Degree With Your iPad
Is there anything the iPad can’t do? Nah, probably not. Take earning a degree online, for example. Previously the exclusive domain of laptops and desktops, the iPad opens doors to new methods of online learning — all while in your PJs. Read more…

iPhone trade-ins rising in anticipation of iPhone 5 release

iPhone trade-ins rising in anticipation of iPhone 5 release
You know anticipation for the iPhone 5 is reaching a fever pitch when people are beginning to dump their old iPhones. This is the trend Gazelle, a trade-in service, has been noticing over the last few days. It has noticed a dramatic increase in the number of iPhone users trading in their phones. The main Read more…

How To: Monitor CPU Usage From Your Dock

How To: Monitor CPU Usage From Your Dock
If you find your Mac slowing down, there’s an easy way to find out why: Activity Monitor, a utility app that’s built in to OS X. It tells you what programs are using what system resources. But there’s also a way to monitor system usage right from your dock. Read more…