Are we ever going to go back to talking about the Mac?

As I look over the last few months worth of posts – I am astounded by the number of iPhone related articles. There’s good reason for that of course. The iPhone is all we’ve had that’s worth talking about. The new iMac is great and all – but what does it look like? An iPhone. Read more…

So…that whole “bricking” thing didn’t last long…

This weekend, Gizmodo had several posts on how to unbrick your iPhone. This coming less than 48 hours after they threw a hissy fit and decided to tell the world not to buy the iPhone because of the fact that Apple plugged up the installer.app hole. If you’re looking for a way to get your Read more…

5 Things that SHOULD have been in the iPhone 1.1.1 Update

Let me start off by saying that I don’t hate my iPhone because it doesn’t have these things. Even without these things, I think the iPhone is probably the best phone or iPod I’ve ever used in my life. I love it so much I bought the wife one – but that doesn’t change the Read more…

Do you care about the idea of an “iCar”?

So, I’ve been kind of ignoring this whole iCar business, primarily out of a lack of interest on my part. However, after reading about it again today, I though that I better at least bring it up here. I have to say that I don’t really see what the big deal about this is. If Read more…

Opinion: Is the iPod Touch a Mistake?

Now wait…put the torches down, and just listen to me for a second here…. I’ve been thinking about the iPod Touch recently, explaining it to people (as I often find myself doing in regards to Apple products), and I’m beginning to think this thing is a mistake. Now, I don’t mean the idea of a Read more…

Are there TOO many iPod Choices?

I’ve been thinking about since the Special Event last week, and I can’t seem to shake the feeling that there are just too many iPods out there to choose from. When the line was just iPods, Nanos, and Shuffles it was easier. There was still a lot of choice, but those choices were very clear. Read more…

Euro .Mac Users – Is your .Mac Service running slow?

MacNN is reporting that European .Mac users are noticing a crippling of downloads from iWeb websites as well as images from the .Mac Web Galleries. Being in the US, I can’t test it for myself, but I can say that I’m not seeing that kind of problem here. I know we have a large Euro Read more…

Mac Users Unleash Frustration on Mac Office Dev team after “Art” site launch

On Wednesday Microsoft announced a new social website, “Art of Office” a social site for Mac Users that are “pushing the boundaries of what can be done in Mac Office”. On the site, you’re supposed to upload and share the artistic creations that you’ve created using Mac Office, and share them with with the world. Read more…

Opinion: NBC pulling its content from iTunes? – YEAH RIGHT!

Sometimes big corporations act like Junior High kids. NBC decided to act that way today by not only threatening to “take their ball and go home” if they didn’t get their way, but they also leaked their story to the New York Times, much like a child spreading a rumor on the playground. The reason Read more…

Could iPhone hacker George Hotz face jail time?

I don’t talk a lot about hacking the iPhone here, but a big story this week has been George Hotz and the fact that he was the first to fully unlock the iPhone. I was reading an article over at Macenstein, and it brought up a good point. One of the questions about the unlocking Read more…