AirPlay for All: Denon Introduces Receiver with AirPlay

AirPlay for All: Denon Introduces Receiver with AirPlay
When Apple announced AirPlay last week, I figured that although it was a neat concept, I wasn’t sure who else was going to pick up on it. Apparently, the answer is Denon. From the official page: AVR-4311CI Network Ready For Web Audio, Photo and Multi-Media PC Connectivity Via the RJ-45 wired LAN connection to your Read more…

Apple Gazette Reviews: Plants Vs Zombies

Apple Gazette Reviews: Plants Vs Zombies
My wife has a problem. A few years back, she was all about PopCap games online. She’d play them for hours, and things would just get left on the wayside. She ended up giving up cold turkey one day, and things have never been better. Then I bought Plants Vs. Zombies for my iPhone [iTunes Read more…

Get Things Done With Epic Win

Get Things Done With Epic Win
The world of getting things done can be pretty monotonous at times, what with all of the date entering and following up. There are plenty of good apps for the iPhone that help you keep track of that giant to-do list, but none of them really do it with any flair. Turns out that now, Read more…

Apple Opens Up Free iPad Versions With Paid Subscription Model

Apple Opens Up Free iPad Versions With Paid Subscription Model
Well, it looks like it finally happened, and I hope that more magazines decide to take this on. Fortune has the report: Until now, the iPad versions of People, Time,Sports Illustrated and Fortune have cost the same as the newsstand price — $3.99 for each issue of People, $4.99 to $5.99 each for the rest — even if Read more…

PSP versus iPhone

I bought a PSP a few years ago for use when I was on the road. At first, I played it every day, working the console until my hands inevitably cramped up. I eventually purchased a case for it which also doubled as a grip and second battery, which seemed to solve the problem. Thing Read more…

Genius Scan App for Free PDF Scans? Genius!

Genius Scan App for Free PDF Scans?  Genius!
Another must-download for the student, businessperson, or idiosyncratic person who does not like to recopy notes of any kind is the “Genius Scan” App for the iPhone! The free application is truly…wait for it…wait for it…genius (sorry it had to be done)! The incredibly adept, detail oriented and ridiculously easy to use device turns any Read more…

Type n Talk for Free Robot Voice

Type n Talk for Free Robot Voice
For those who just cannot seem to spit out their words comes the free “Type n Talk” application for the iPhone. Catch people off guard with the robot utterance that speaks whatever the user types onto the iPhone touchscreen! “Robots have approved this message,” is spoken by a retro science fiction-esque voice. Type in, “Shut Read more…

Free Run Pee App Allows for Pee Breaks at the Movies

Free Run Pee App Allows for Pee Breaks at the Movies
The only thing the “Run Pee” application for the iPhone cannot do is pee for you! Every group has a friend that buys a ten-gallon soda and, despite using the theatre bathroom right before the movie begins, has to relieve him or herself during an exciting or important point of a film. Aside from the Read more…

Smithsonian Channel App is Free TV & Education

Smithsonian Channel App is Free TV & Education
Smithsonian Networks has crafted an amazing array of fascinating, family-friendly and free TV? Are we talking about a Discovery Channel meets Smithsonian Institute explosive App that is made for the iPhone’s gorgeous screen? We are! The “Smithsonian Channel” application is the iPhone’s free TV channel, complete with show listings and full episodes of outstanding and Read more…

Firefox Home Approved in App Store

Firefox Home Approved in App Store
When Mozilla first announced that they were putting Firefox Home [iTunes Link] out into the iTunes App Store, there was some question about whether or not it would be approved by Apple. The theory was that Firefox was putting out a mobile version of Firefox for the iPhone, and that’s a big no-no with Apple. Read more…