After months and months of wait, it finally looks like Spotify is ready to launch their US presence. A special landing page on the Spotify website is requesting those that are interested in using their US service add their email to be notified of the launch.
Latest Apple News & Mac News
It’s been more than three years since Steve Jobs took to the stage at Macworld and pulled the world’s thinnest laptop from a brown envelope and present it to the world. Check out the video presentation, inside.
We’ve reported on the impending release of JailbreakMe 3.0 several times now, and the day has finally come. Yup that’s right! JailbreakMe 3.0 is live, and you can use it by simply visiting JailbreakMe.com from Mobile Safari.
The first and probably only authorized biography of Apple CEO Steve Jobs has a new name. Rather than “iSteve: The Book of Jobs”, the book will be titled “Steve Jobs: A Biography”.
More and more details are emerging about Facebook’s next BIG thing. It is expected that Facebook will tomorrow announce Skype integration within Facebook for video chatting between friends. But Facebook is also said to be announcing something else that they describe as “awesome”.
Have you ever found yourself wondering how Apple can continually manage to bring out products so ahead of the curve that their competition can only attempt to play catch-up? It turns out that the answer, in part, is simply having a massive bank account.
Skype for Mac has just received an update to version 5.2. The new update mainly brings support for screen sharing in group video calls. Despite the irritation that many hold over Skype’s new design, it’s refreshing to me to see that they are still actively working on the project.
After many years of resistance, Nintendo has relented and will be making their first-ever contribution to the App Store with an app called Pokemon Say Tap – a game that’s unavailable on the 3DS or the Wii, and exclusive to the App Store.
MacTrast is delighted to announce that FX Studio Photo Pro has been added to the MacTrast app bundle that we’re giving away to 5 lucky readers. The bundle features a combined $1,475 worth of apps and we’re giving them away all for FREE!
Excellent news has arrived in a new report today as the US Federal Aviation Administration has certified the iPad 2 for use in airplane pilot cabins. Pilots will use the iPads to replace flight bags, replacing huge amounts of paper maps, safety checklists, charts, weather info, and more.
We’ve known for some time that supplies of Apple’s iPad 2 have been quite constrained – even now, months after the official launch, shipping times are still set at 1-2 weeks. Apple may be aggressively attempting to turn that around, however, by building 5 million iPad 2s this month.
According to a new report, Chinese manufacturers are using 2nd-grade touch panels (and perhaps other parts) that Apple has rejected in order to make their iPad clones (which are all-too-prevalent).
I’ve long been of the opinion that our electronic devices are more than just toys – they can really help us to improve our lives. Take this story, for instance, in which an iPhone (and the power of social networking) helped a mother reunite with her daughter after more than 5 years.
While rumors of this moment have surfaced in the past, Verizon has now officially confirmed that they will be doing away with unlimited iPhone data plans this Thursday, July 7.
Looking to run a small family website or DNS server? Why use an expensive and power-hungry Inter-based server when you can make your Apple TV do the work? Read on to find out how to make your Apple TV 2 function as a web server.
We’ve heard rumors of a September iPhone 5 launch before, but this time the rumor is paired with a claim that Apple has actually ordered 15 million iPhone 5 units for release in September.