How To Stop iOS From Connecting to Unwanted Wi-Fi Networks

How To Stop iOS From Connecting to Unwanted Wi-Fi Networks
With the recent security flaw in iOS that affected users connecting to public Wi-Fi, it brought to light the issues with connecting to any Wi-Fi network you can find. If you connected to a network on purpose or even by mistake and now you don’t want to be on it anymore, the simple fix is Read more…

Meet the World’s First Wi-Fi Kettle: the iKettle

Wi-Fi Kettle
Not to judge, butting affixing “i” to the beginning of every product name relating to iOS or Apple devices is getting old. Really old. No, ancient is more like it. But I guess it’s the easy way to let people know that your new product is designed to work closely with and iOS app – Read more…

WiFi Issues Reported by iOS 6 Users

WiFi Issues Reported by iOS 6 Users
Apple has officially begun to roll out the iOS 6 today with different markets all over the world gradually getting notifications for the OS upgrade that can be installed on the iPhone 3GS and latter versions of the iPhone, the iPad 2 and third gen iPad, and the fourth gen iPod touch and latter versions. Read more…

Pogoplug Takes You to the Cloud

Pogoplug Takes You to the Cloud
So I guess I’m a little bit late in the game here, but I find this concept interesting, so screw it. It’s called the Pogoplug, and it allows you to connect your USB drives to the internet. Just connect a USB drive to the Pogoplug, then connect the Pogoplug to your network either via an Read more…

Rumor: RIM Going Head-To-Head with iPad Soon

Rumor: RIM Going Head-To-Head with iPad Soon
So, let’s say that the iPad isn’t cutting it for you, but you want another option that’s similar, but without the 3G option. Would you maybe be interested in a BlackBerry model? Bloomberg thinks that it’s happening, and happening soon. Some highlights: Research In Motion Ltd., maker of the BlackBerry smartphone, plans to introduce a Read more…

Lenovo Thinks Apple Is Missing the Boat in China

Lenovo Thinks Apple Is Missing the Boat in China
Apple has been selling a lot of iPhones out here in the States, and even across the world. But they’re not moving a ton in China, and Lenovo thinks that’s a bad move. This is all according to an article on CNet, where the chairman of Lenovo spoke out about Steve Jobs and Apple: “We Read more…

Apple Has Sold Even More iPads

Apple Has Sold Even More iPads
When the Unicorn Tablet was first released, many people said that it just wasn’t going to sell. Just 21 days ago, I said that apparently, everyone either wants or has an iPad. I guess those people who wanted it bought one, because Apple announced yesterday that they’ve sold three million iPads in 80 days. Wow. Read more…

Mother’s Day and the iPad

Mother's Day and the iPad
A little over a week ago, I was with my wife and we were discussing what to get my Mom for mother’s day. For the past two years, we’ve been wanting to get her an iMac for either Christmas or her birthday. Of course, that’s a lot of money, and it’s not like we could Read more…

The iPad Wi-Fi+3G Purchase

The iPad Wi-Fi+3G Purchase
Well, it’s official. I have an iPad. Now here’s how I got it: After much deliberation, I decided that I couldn’t wait. I chose option No. 1 in my list of three methods to wait for the iPad, I wanted to get to the store at around 3 pm, but my wife had the car Read more…

AT&T Data Plans for the iPad Released – Again

AT&T Data Plans for the iPad Released - Again
Getting an iPad Wi-Fi+3G today? Hopefully I am too, but with it, comes a future with AT&T. Sure, I’ve already connected up with AT&T via my iPhone, but I – like many people – hope that a Verizon iPhone is coming out on June 7th. Apple announced the deets for the AT&T iPad plan back Read more…