The U.S. elections is keeping people busy, with pundits proselytizing all over the place and critics bashing left and right. The chances are that you’re being kept on your toes trying to catch as much information as you can about the elections. There is nothing wrong with that; in fact, I’d say responsible voters ought […]
Archives for October 2012
The rumors have been flying for weeks, and today Apple made it official: The iPad Mini will be announced at a media event on October 23rd.
In the third major iteration of its digital music download store, after eight years of trying to compete, can Microsoft finally take on iTunes with Xbox Music?
LEGO fans have a long history with Apple making accessories for their devices and other homages for ages. Check out these 10 amazingly detailed recreations of famous Apple Stores made entirely out of LEGO.
Just like every other iPhone release announcement, the relatively recent Apple event for the iPhone 5 got more than its fair share of attention from the press – and the average gadget enthusiast. Apple fanboys and haters alike tried their hardest best to make their voices heard above the din, and come the official release […]
The iPhone 5 is without a doubt the most sought after new phone this year (sorry, Samung Galaxy SIII), and with the large amount of interest and demand it is getting, supply is surely going to take a hit. Shortages of the iPhone 5 is practically expected at this point but the supply shortage is […]
One minute it’s officially confirmed, the next it’s formally denied. This is exactly why I hate rumors: no matter what the truth is, somebody’s lying.
When Apple purchased C3 Technologies to make use of their realistic 3D mapping system, C3 already had a number of major world cities mapped. So why have some of them been left out of Apple Maps‘ big debut?
Passionate supporters will always stick to their guns no matter what, and haters are going to hate. When it comes to Apple Maps, the order of things went up in the air. Robin has published an interesting entry on how Apple Maps is better, and he does raise some valid points. We can’t deny, however, […]
It’s hard to imagine employees at a creative, free-thinking tech company like Apple donning uniforms before heading into work. In an industry where many industry leaders take pride in shunning traditional corporate values – the company with the unofficial motto “think different” and the leader who has pointed to LSD drug use as a major […]