iPad Release Date Announced

Well, it’s official, the iPad is going to be out on the market soon. Here’s how it breaks down. US: April 3rd for Wi-Fi models only Late April for Wi-Fi + 3G March 12 – Pre-order starts for both models Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland & UK: Late April release date International […]

Don’t Miss a Score with the Hockey News App

As the U.S. hockey team is poised to battle with the Olympic powerhouse, in team Canada, there is one App that is a must have: “The Hockey News” application. When an entire game might consist of sixty minutes and just one pivotal goal being scored, does the hockey fan risk missing such an incredulous feat, […]

Let the Siri App Become your Personal Assistant

Find me a taxi ASAP. Then get me reservations to a Malaysian restaurant in Manhattan…and make it close to my current locale at MSG. Done. With the “Siri Assistant” application, that is free for the iPhone 3GS, your wish is the Siri genie’s command. The “Siri Assistant” is exactly what it is advertised as…a remarkable […]

App Store Adds Explicit Category, Then Takes it Away

[image from MobileCrunch] Earlier today, there were reports across the net that Apple had added an explicit category to the App Store submissions page, and in the Internet tradition of “screenshot or it didn’t happen,” they took a screenshot and, well, it happened. Except now it hasn’t. MobileCrunch has both sides of this drama, and […]

Philosoraptor App is a Dino Guru for the iPhone

“If rhino horn is an aphrodisiac, how come rhinos are nearly extinct?” “If a cow laughed, would milk come out of its nose?” These are just two insights posted by the famous Philosoraptor. Take the infamous star of the “Jurassic Park” movie trilogy and provide her with the microphone as the “Philosoraptor” App for the […]

Don’t Worry, They’re Here to Save the Apps: Wholesale Applications Community Formed

I’m a firm believer in competition. It makes companies innovate, it pushes new ideas, and it gets things done. But sometimes, the competition does things that are so stupid that it defies belief. CNN is reporting the following: AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and 24 other companies have formed what they’re calling the Wholesale Applications Community, they […]

Phil Schiller: SI & Playboy are Good, Everything Else, Not So Much

I’m not a prude. In fact, I’m a pretty typical heterosexual guy who likes women in all different manners of dress. Of course, I’m not everybody, which brings me to a story. I know a family of people who are super nice and have very well adjusted children, who are 11 and 9 or so […]