iPhone 4 Only – Eliminate:Gun Range

iPhone 4 Only - Eliminate:Gun Range
When the iPhone 4 was announced, one of the “big” adds was an internal gyroscope. This made some game developers giddy, while I just sighed and wondered what lame game was going to use it to their advantage. I was talking to a friend of mine about the iPhone yesterday, and he introduced me to Read more…

iPhone iOS4 Available: Are You Updating?

iPhone iOS4 Available: Are You Updating?
In case you missed the big news yesterday, iOS 4 is officially available for download right now, with all its unified inboxing/multitasking/folders packed goodness ready for your eager hands. But the big question remains: Will you update? If you don’t have an iPhone 4 coming this week, then this is most likely a no brainer: Read more…

Find My iPhone App Released

Find My iPhone App Released
To say that I pay $99 a year for MobileMe is not an accurate statement. I paid $99 back in 2008 when I got my first iPhone, and since then I’ve been paying $69, mainly because I buy a new Apple product at least once a year which typically allows me to renew my contract Read more…

The Pursuit for Movie Nirvana

The Pursuit for Movie Nirvana
I have a plan. It’s not the best plan ever, and I’m sure it’s not the best idea, but here’s how it goes. I want to put my entire DVD collection on a hard drive and then have access to it via my AppleTV. Here’s how I’m going to do it. First, let me talk Read more…

3G Calling on Skype is Free … For Now

3G Calling on Skype is Free ... For Now
Got Skype on your iPhone? Well check for updates, because now you can officially use Skype over your 3G connection. That’s going to save you a ton of money, right? Well, kinda. PC Magazine has the scoop: With the release of Skype 2.0 for the iPhone, users are no longer restricted to WiFi only calling. Read more…

Barnes & Noble Releases eReader for iPad

Barnes & Noble Releases eReader for iPad
When Apple introduced the iPad, it was instantly touted as a competitor to the Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble Nook. The difference between the iPad and those other devices though is that the iPad can run other programs – including those by Amazon and Barnes & Noble – making it an all-in-one proposition. Barnes Read more…

Google TV Announced: Touted As AppleTV Killer

Google TV Announced: Touted As AppleTV Killer
Image: Reuters UK Google had their I/O conference last week, and one of their big reveals was the Google TV. The concept is to bring the web to your TV so that you can watch Hulu, YouTube, etc. Sounds exciting. But as with all things Apple, it’s now touted as an AppleTV killer. Here’s how Read more…

Apple Owns 26% of Music Sales – Is That a Bad Thing?

Apple Owns 26% of Music Sales - Is That a Bad Thing?
A recent article published in Billboard, then clarified in Fortune, mentions that iTunes has increased their market share of the music market, up from 21.42% in 2008 to 26.65% in 2009. The first glaring thing that I noticed here was in the first paragraph of the Fortune article: Songs streamed directly to cellphones, once touted Read more…

MobileMe Mail Evolves – Rumors Swirl

MobileMe Mail Evolves - Rumors Swirl
You know MobileMe, right? For $99 a year, MobileMe syncs your iPad, iPhone, Mac and PC all together, making sure your contacts, calendars and e-mail is all working in glorious harmony. There’s also an online gallery, iDisk – a version of Dropbox by Apple – and Find My iPhone. The price seems a little bit Read more…

Lala Shuts Down – What’s This Mean for Apple?

Lala Shuts Down - What's This Mean for Apple?
I’ve never listened to lala.com, but I know people who do. At the end of this month, they’re going to have to find another option for their streaming music needs. That’s because lala is closing up shop come May 31st. You might remember that back in March, Apple bought lala and no one knew what Read more…