How Apple Made Touch Computing Intimate

How Apple Made Touch Computing Intimate
Apple has made the tablet and the smartphone intimate. It’s personal, touchable and everywhere you are — a revolution years in the making — here’s how it happened. Touch computing was at the forefront of futuristic concepts for computers and has appeared in many kinds of gadgets over the last decade. It wasn’t until the Read more…

What An iPad Magazine Needs To Be

Richard Branson and Rupert Murdoch are both moving in to the iPad subscription business — uncharted territory even for a media tycoon and an ambitious entrepreneur. Their foray in to iPad content distribution will come as Apps, digital magazines that will hopefully give new life to an aging  method of printing information. Murdoch and Branson 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…

“Beautiful Boobs” is the 2nd Most Downloaded Free App

“Beautiful Boobs” is the 2nd Most Downloaded Free App
Well they really do have an App for everything on the iPhone! Never mind how I found the “Beautiful Boobs” application, which has become a staple of the Top Ten Free Downloads in the Apple Store, just believe me when I tell you that I found it… Traversing this simple application one finds that there Read more…

VIDEO: CNBC Discusses Apple’s “Untouchable” Stock

Last week CNBC had a panel discussing stocks and how they were performing in the recession. The video clip above is from their discussion on Apple, which seems to be invincible right now as it has grown 40% so far this year. While they may have a hard time understanding what makes it “untouchable” I Read more…

IDG moves Macworld to Feb. 2010

IDG moves Macworld to Feb. 2010
IDG World Expo has announced that Macworld 2010 will be moving from it’s original January 4th – 8th slot next year, to February 9 – 13. The question of if Macworld can survive without Apple is still up in the air, but IDG is making some changes to Macworld 2010 in an effort to drum Read more…

Microsoft Ad Fuels Mac/PC Debate – ugh.

You know what I’ve decided I don’t have time in my life for anymore? The Mac vs. PC debate. Honestly, the Internet can kill the fun in just about anything, and it has officially killed the fun of this back and forth for me. This new Ad from Microsoft is really what takes the cake. Read more…

WWDC Dates Announced, Speculation Begins

WWDC Dates Announced, Speculation Begins
June 8-12 has been set for WWDC 2009, and now the speculation begins on exactly what we’ll see. Of course, the biggest speculation is, of course, the return of Steve Jobs. Will he be back at the show? I doubt it, but I’m sure it will be the lead speculation until the presentation itself. Snow Read more…

Do you Want a Subsidized Macbook?

We’ve seen a lot of rumors about subsidized Macbooks coming soon. Basically you’d get a Macbook at a substantially cheaper price, but in return you’d have to sign a two-year mobile data contract with a company like At&t or Orange. Now, I’m very much against this kind of thing mainly because I think it’s setting Read more…

VIDEO: Keyboard working on Non-Jailbroken iPhone

This video above from TUAW is supposedly from a non-jail broken iPhone. There appears to be a small debate about whether that is actually true or not…but to me, it doesn’t really matter. I’m just glad to see an external keyboard working on the iPhone. When you combine the features announced for iPhone 3.0, external Read more…