Project Magazine For The iPad To Launch Tomorrow

Richard Branson’s magazine for the iPad is set to launch tomorrow according to Mashable. The magazine App, which is trickling out through the various iTunes stores of the world. The App itself is free but issues will be $2.99. We’ll be covering the magazine and review it as soon as it launches. Read more…

How Apple Optimized iOS 4.2.1 With Web Devs In Mind

Apple has included a major amount of fixes and tweaks in iOS 4.2.1 — here’s a look at a few at what’s new in Safari that will entice Web Developers and how Apple is working to squash a sluggish user experience. Better RAM Management — Apps Faster Over Beta Versions A large concern iOS users 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…

‘Project’ The Next iPad Magazine?

'Project' The Next iPad Magazine?
Richard Branson, best know for his foray in to major markets from space exploration to cell phones is making his way to the iPad with a magazine called ‘Project’. Yahoo that Branson is launching an iPad only magazine this coming Tuesday that will focus on entertainment, travel, business, design, and international culture. This is after Read more…

Rage For iOS Makes Slaying Mutants Beautiful And Fun! (4 Stars)

There are very few games that pique my interest – I’m not what you’d call a hardcore gamer. However, Rage for iOS has my full and undivided attention plus the cost of entry — it’s that good! Rage for iOS is another media marvel from id Software, the fine folks who brought you Quake and Read more…

iOS 4.1 For AppleTV Adds AirPlay, Voice Over

It’s a day of updates! iOS 4.2 for the iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone rolled out today including updates to iWork adding multitasking support and AirPrint. Apple didn’t forget to neglect its hobby device, the AppleTV though. The media streamer was updated to iOS 4.1 enabling AirPlay and Voice Over. AirPlay is one of the Read more…

iOS 4.2 Coming This Week?

iOS 4.2 Coming This Week?
According to German reports sourced by Cult of Mac, iOS 4.2, might hit your iTunes account this week, together with iTunes 10.1 which will be needed to install the new iOS release. Two dates are rumoured: November 9th (tomorrow, a Tuesday and regular update day) or November 12th. iOS 4.2 GM (Gold Master) was seeded Read more…

Back to the Mac Event: Wrapup

Back to the Mac Event: Wrapup
So what happened at today’s Back to the Mac event? Here are the deets, provided in a convenient list form. Looking for commentary? It’s coming soon. iLife ’11 Introduced – Free with every new Mac, $49 retail. Available Now. iPhoto ’11 Full screen display for all features New Slideshow themes Album view very similar to Read more…

TomTom for iPhone Updates to 1.5

TomTom for iPhone Updates to 1.5
Last week I penned a review about the TomTom app for the iPhone, detailing my trip to California and how handy the app was (full disclosure: I was given the app for free for review). Anyways, they updated the app to 1.5, and the new features are pretty cool. First off, there’s the higher resolution Read more…

Why I Don’t Care About Google TV

Why I Don't Care About Google TV
[Image via Engadget] I have no interested in the Google TV. I’m sure that at first you’ll assume that it’s because I’m an Apple fanboy, but for me, it’s more about making my life easier than whose label is on the box. Frankly, if Microsoft comes out with a product and it makes my life Read more…