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…

Apple Gazette Reviews: Microsoft Office 2011

Apple Gazette Reviews: Microsoft Office 2011
A few years back, I went to the Apple store at my nearby mall and bought a 13-inch white MacBook, and a copy of Microsoft Office 2004. It was my security blanket, helping me make the transition away from the world of Windows, and it cost me a few hundred dollars. When Office 2008 came Read more…

The Gasket iPhone 4 Case

The Gasket iPhone 4 Case
I’m a car guy, and a big fan of all things made of aluminum. Someday, I’ll have the equipment at hand to fabricate my old aluminum products, but until then, I just have to admire those who can do it themselves. That’s why this case appeals to me. This is the Gasket, and it’s made Read more…

Apple Gazette Reviews: iFrogz CS40 Headphones

Apple Gazette Reviews: iFrogz CS40 Headphones
I received a free care package from iFrogz a while back, and in it was this fancy pair of headphones, the iFrogz CS40s. I’m always on the hunt for good headphones, so I gave these a run for a few weeks to see how they worked. The look is pretty cool, and they fit my Read more…

iLife ’11 – Must Buy, or Do You Care?

iLife '11 - Must Buy, or Do You Care?
It’s funny how two people can have completely different reactions to the same thing. I watched the big press event yesterday live, with my wife popping into my home office here and there to check things out. I caught myself dozing off a bit while iLife ’11 was being introduced, mostly because I rarely use Read more…

Apple Gazette Reviews: iFrogz Envoy

Apple Gazette Reviews: iFrogz Envoy
It seems like very few things in life will make me happy, particularly when it comes to iPad cases. A while back, iFrogz sent me over one of their iPad cases for review (full disclosure: it was free), and now that I’ve spent some time with it, I have to say that I’m pleasantly surprised. Read more…