Why The iPad Is Great (According To Apple) – It’s The Competition!

Why The iPad Is Great (According To Apple) - It's The Competition!
Apple didn’t miss any opportunity to take a pot shot at the iPad’s competitors pointing out their low sales, small number of third party Apps and their reluctance to leave “The PC era.” Steve Jobs’ speech revealed part of what makes the iPad great: the competition. Low Sales, Low App Numbers, Low Everything Before the Read more…

Review: Heroes of Kalevala HD

Review: Heroes of Kalevala HD
I’ve reviewed a lot of match-3 games. A whole lot. The iTunes App Store is littered with ‘em. So the last thing I was hoping for when I opened Heroes of Kalevala was yet another game of matching three same-colored tiles, jewels, or what have you. But three days later, I’m still filling every spare moment by Read more…

New OS X Trojan Found In The Wild & How To Protect Yourself Against It

New OS X Trojan Found In The Wild & How To Protect Yourself Against It
A new Trojan for OS X that operates remotely to steal user information and crash a Mac has been found by security researchers Sophos. The “backdoor Trojan” called BlackHole Rat and dubbed MusMinim-A by security researchers operates in the background of an infected Mac. MusMinim’s biggest threat to users is the ability to display fake Read more…

The iPad Is Indeed a Musical Force To Be Reckoned With

The iPad Is Indeed a Musical Force To Be Reckoned With
Interested in creating quality music with your iPad? Want to explore and develop your musical skills without having to fork over $500 for a Korg Electribe? With the multitude of music apps being sold on the App Store nowadays, there is something for everybody – both serious and casual musicians. In this article I’m going Read more…

What Is Thunderbolt And Can I Use It?

What Is Thunderbolt And Can I Use It?
The highlight of Apple’s MacBook Pro announcement is the inclusion of Intel’s newest high-speed data transfer data technology Thunderbolt. Despite it being a new standard, you can start using Thunderbolt today. High-Speed Data Transfer Thunderbolt is being billed by Apple and Intel as the successor to USB 3.0, Firewire and other high-speed data transfer protocols. Read more…

New MacBook Pros: What You Need To Know

New MacBook Pros: What You Need To Know
Apple announced a refreshed line of MacBook Pros sporting Intel’s latest Sandybridge CPUs, AMD powered graphics and the highly anticipated high speed Thunderbolt data connector. Here’s everything you need to know about the new MacBook Pro. The 13″ MacBook Pro – Intel Integrated Graphics Dominate The 13″ MacBook Pro didn’t receive much attention during the Read more…

3 MagSafe tips every MacBook owner needs to know

3 MagSafe tips every MacBook owner needs to know
If you’ve ever tripped over your MacBook’s charging cord or watch it yank out effortlessly without dragging your laptop to its demise, you surely appreciate the design of the MagSafe. Its magnetic tip connects and disconnects with ease; the power block it’s attached too mimics Apple’s design ethics. In all, the MagSafe is a very Read more…

Everything You Need To Know About The iPad 2 (Infographic)

Everything You Need To Know About The iPad 2 (Infographic)
Rumors about the expected iPad 2 have been abundant and for weeks now we have been discussing the speculation here at AppleGazette. Today I present the overview of all the rumors, in a simple graphic: Everything you need to know about the iPad 2. Read more…

Review: Scrabble for iPad

Scrabble for iPad
EA Mobile’s Scrabble for iPad is a lovely translation of the popular board game that makes excellent use of the iPad’s extra screen size. It couldn’t be easier to play: you just grab a tile with your finger and drag it onto the game board to the spot where you want to place it. It’s Read more…