Tablets are slowly easing portable game consoles are the preferred platform for gaming. Tablets offer convenience (you donâ€™t need to carry an extra device to play games) and a literally more hands-on way for controls. At this point, one of the factors where portable game consoles edge tablets is with game selection. But this fact […]
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Confession time: I’m a serious space junkie. Since I was a kid, I’ve loved everything about the space program. So try as I might to keep my review of this interactive book objective, I can’t deny that this is a subject very near to my heart.
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In today’s competitive world, every company is working very hard for experimenting new things to stand out in the crowd. Facebook is also engaged in the same. Facebook is becoming an important part of almost all the mobile companies. Facebook has about 800 million users but among all about 350 millions are logged in by […]
Apple recently lost visionary leader who was the master behind the ionic products like iPad, iPhone and iPod along with the personal computing. Steve jobs, was no doubt one of the most significant industry leaders of his generation. This legendary industrialist died after his long battle with pancreatic cancer on 6th October, 2011. All the […]
To say that deployment of Appleâ€™s newest mobile operating system iOS 5 is a success may be putting it mildly. Appleâ€™s hotly anticipated new operating system may have just been released last October 12, but in just a little more than a week, iOS 5 is already accounting for 20 percent of the web traffic […]
An artist in Quebec used 3,750 apples (relax, he just used apples that had started rotting!) to create this incredible portrait of Steve Jobs. I have a feeling Apple’s late CEO would approve.
Is it too early to start talking about the iPad 3? We don’t think so! Apple announced the iPad 2 in January of this year, so it follows that iPad 3 will make headlines in just a few months. Here are the 10 upgrades we want most.
I came across some scans of some of Apple’s advertising material for print. Though from the 80’s they clearly define an emerging Apple trying to break free from the conventional ways of doing things, clearly defining their ‘Think Different’ campaign. Personally, I do find Apple circa 1980’s to have been a more interesting one as […]
We’ve seen a lot of tributes to Steve Jobs, but this one blows my mind. It’s a portrait of Jobs, but look closer: it’s made entirely out of the innards of a disassembled MacBook Pro.