It appears that Apple is set to announce a new, free version of their popular MobileMe service next month, according to a trusted source for iLounge. In addition, it’s possible that iOS 5 will be announced at the same meeting.
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AT&T have today acquired T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom for $39 billion. The move will result in only two other viable mobile carriers in the US with Verizon and Sprint providing the only competition.
Pingdom recently analyzed some data from web analytics company StatCounter that places Switzerland as the most Apple loving country ahead of the likes of the USA and Canada; where a high take up in Macs is to be expected.
We recently had the opportunity to ask Vero Pepperell, the community representative for Alfred, a few questions about the company and their plans and ideas. For those of you that don’t know, Alfred is a groundbreaking productivity app for the Mac OS X platform.
Ars Technica offers some clever (and surprisingly practical) advice on how to securely and safely transport data from place to place via Sneakernet (physical transport). The article and it’s accompanying video covers data encryption, biometrics, various forms of validation, and so forth.
AppSumo, famous for it’s frequent bundle deals, has a new deal up which we think is a fantastic deal. It’s called the Lean Startup Bundle, and includes thousands of dollars worth of tools to help start-ups build their base, and…
I’ve recently discovered that Scosche has updated one of my favorite iPhone accessories: Their FlipSync keychain charge/sync cable. In order to celebrate, we’ll be giving away 5 of these in a one-day contest.
Conan O’Brien reenacted a battle scene of biblical proportions when he catapulted life size Angry Birds at evil green pigs. Swedish based furniture company IKEA felt the full brunt of the game as it is their furniture that was destroyed during this sketch
Are you looking for a way to help out with the recent tragedies in Japan without having to take too many extra steps? Apple’s making it easier for their customers by allowing you to make donations quickly and easily through iTunes.
Apple has finally unveiled the final version of their new xCode development suite used for developing Mac, iPhone, iPod, and iPad applications. The release is free to developers who have paid their $99. As for the rest of us, $5 on the app store will get you a download.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if Steve Jobs got groovy with it and wrote tribute songs for all of Apple’s new releases? The folks at iTuned Steve Jobs have worked at resolving your curiosity. Their latest video features a jib-jab style Steve Jobs mixing it up with bits from the iPad 2 keynote!
If you’re one of the ever-narrowing population of people that haven’t yet given up on Adobe’s Flash technology, you may be interested to know that Adobe has released a new beta of Flash Player 10.3. The new beta brings a Mac preference pane that allows you to easily change Flash player’s settings.
Apple is apparently gearing up to make a few changes in their retail stores. According to a report from The Loop, Apple may be planning to remove certain hardware and software products (some peripherals and games) in order to better accommodate personalized setup for purchasers of new Macs and other Apple hardware.
According to recent reports, it appears that despite some bad feelings with Apple on the subject of Flash, Adobe has now finally unleashed a utility that can convert content directly from Adobe Flash to HTML5. This is reportedly being done in an effort to make more content available to iOS users