PhotoFast’s MacBook Air SSD Upgrades Killed By Apple

PhotoFast, manufacturer of a SSD upgrade kit for the MacBook Air has stopped all production of the unit because of a request from Apple. PhotoFast’s kit which used a Toshiba X-gale SSD and came in 64, 128 and 256GB capacities is no longer in production according to Daily Tech. PhotoFast, which is part of Apple’s Read more…

Project Magazine For The iPad To Launch Tomorrow

Richard Branson’s magazine for the iPad is set to launch tomorrow according to Mashable. The magazine App, which is trickling out through the various iTunes stores of the world. The App itself is free but issues will be $2.99. We’ll be covering the magazine and review it as soon as it launches. Read more…

FingerPrint For The Mac Brings Back AirPrint Support

The newest Application from Collobos Software, FingerPrint, will have iPad users jumping for joy – it brings back AirPrint support to Mac OS X 10.6.5. FingerPrint is a simple application that tells your iPad the printer connected to your Mac is AirPrint compatible. This App bypasses the need for Terminal commands and other workarounds that Read more…

Could iOS 4.2 For iPad Be Delayed?

iPhone World reports on a rumor that iOS 4.2 for iPad won’t be released until November 24th – a week away. Friday, Apple seeded out a new build of iOS 4.2 aimed at fixing a WiFi connection issue plaguing the iPad. However, the public release of iOS 4.2 may not come until November 24th. This Read more…

Nvidia Announces The Fermi Quadro 4000 – Will Be On Sale Later This Month

Nvidia officially announced the Mac edition of its powerful Fermi Quadro 4000 today which will allow Mac Pro users to upgrade their existing video card to something that packs a serious punch. The Quadro shares the same specs as its PC counterpart. 256 CUDA cores power the 4000 which is complimented by a 256-bit memory Read more…

Win a free Camstasia for Mac license

Recently, we had an in-depth look at one of the most prominent programs in the field, Camtasia – a nifty little tool that can do a lot more than it lets on at a first glance. With Camtasia, the process of recording and editing a video of your current screen becomes a child’s play, as the Read more…

Add More Space By Adding a Data Doubler

Add More Space By Adding a Data Doubler
Apple seems to be moving away from the optical drive, as shown by the USB key that comes with the MacBook Air instead of the old DVD option. If you’re one of those people that doesn’t use their optical drive very option but needs some extra hard drive space, you can install a data doubler Read more…

Why The PlayStation Phone is Three Years Too Late

Why The PlayStation Phone is Three Years Too Late
[Image Via Engadget] It would be pretty fair to say that I’m a video game guy, particularly consoles. I own every Nintendo console ever built, as well as a PS2, PS3, PSP, XBox, and XBox 360. Up until recently, they were all hooked up to a dedicated television in a dedicated game room. I think Read more…

The History of Online Video

The History of Online Video
Apple fans usually are among the first ones to enjoy new technology, often even to help new technology become a standard. Examples are Firewire (hold your hand up if you have actually something plugged in to your FW port right now), Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and definitely the internet as a streaming platform. Quicktime, Apple trailers and Read more…

Incase Releases New Sling Case for iPad

Incase Releases New Sling Case for iPad
Seems like there’s always a different type of iPad bag coming out on the market, and now we’ve got a cool one from incase. It’s called the Field Bag, and it’s a neat little thing. Here’s the official scoop: Our Coated Canvas Field Bag is a low-profile sling-style bag that lets you access your iPad Read more…