I’m sure some of you will remember Apple’s short-lived attempt to produce a gaming console back in the mid 1990’s. They called the device the Pippin, it only sold 42,000 units, and it got itself listed in PC World’s Worst…
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Happy Valentines day from Sega! No, it’s not a blow up robot… even better than that! Sega has made some classic games a mere $0.99 up until the 14th of February.
Researchers in Germany have found an exploit that will reveal passwords that are stored on your iPhone. What’s even more worrying is that it took under 6 minutes and didn’t require a passcode to unlock the iPhone.
An eight year old girl managed to rack up $1400 on her mother’s iPad using a game called Smurfs Village. Apprently the child did not realise she was spending real money on her Smurfberries. Well, she is eight, I’m a…
According to the ever-churning rumor mill, Apple may be preparing to shock the world by releasing the iPad 3 (complete with Retina display) at the September iPod event. The suggestion is made that it might perhaps be an “iPad Pro,” or introduce configurable options on the iPad devices.
Doesn’t she look pretty? The BBC today released their much anticipated iPlayer App for iPad. The app, only available to UK residents, will allow you to watch live TV and get recaps on TV and Radio that you have missed.
New York Times photographer Damon Winter has won 3rd place in one of the annual POYi photojournalism contest categories for his series from northern Afghanistan entitled “A Grunt’s Life” – a good day for Hipstamatic, but not everyone is happy…
AT&T announced today that they have enhanced their free mobile-to-mobile calling feature to include any mobile phone on any carried. The only requirements for eligibility are a qualifying voice plan and the addition of an unlimited texting program.
I’m a Mac, and I freely admit it. I’m an Apple fan boy, I own an iPhone 4 and a MacBook Pro, I drool over all of Apple’s newest creations, and I hunger and thirst to obtain the Apple products that I don’t already own. It’s been that way for years, and for most of that time, it’s felt comfortable and secure… It’s just felt right. Over the last year or so, however, I noticed a certain disturbance in the force: I was becoming a hater. I was quarreling with Android’s high priests, guffawing at Windows Phone 7 and it’s “pitiful” followers, and had somehow formed it in my mind that the BlackBerry had been gruesomely murdered by a gang of competing smart phones.
According to their recent press release, Walmart plans to be among the very first retailers to sell the Verizon iPhone 4. Their sales will begin tomorrow, February 10th, and they will sell the phones for the Verizon subsidized prices of $199 for the 16GB version, and $299 for the 32GB version. With a projected delivery date of the 18th coming from Apple, it just might be to the advantage of early adopters to pick one up at the big box store that everyone loves to hate!
What are the best iPhone apps for finding the chords to your favourite songs? Here are the three best I have found to date.
Apple could sell anything, right? Even water? Sure. Why not – but I think their attention is best served elsewhere. Like on the iPad 3, iPhone 6, and see-thru Macbook Pros that can fly. But what if Apple actually really did sell water? It would probably go a little something like this….
You’ve hungered and thirsted for it, you’ve dreamed about it, you even tried to sell your soul on eBay to be able to afford it off-contract, and now it’s finally here (as of a couple of hours ago officially!) Happy Verizon iPhone Day! Now even non-Verizon customers (though not for long) can finally be ordered or reserved for shipping to home or pickup from the Apple store on February 18th. Your wait is almost over, my friends!
Some good news for Britons – iPlayer is coming to the iPad tomorrow. The app will allow UK residents to catch-up on programs that they missed that week and provide a rich media experience on the popular tablet device.
I must confess that I’m not the biggest Beatle fan but I do apprciate a good audio visual performance. And nobody does it better than Cirque De Soleil. Love is an iPhone app that “brings the magic of Cirque du Soleil together with the spirit and passion behind the most beloved rock group of all time to create a vivid, intimate and powerful entertainment experience.”
According to the Wall Street Journal, the iPad 2 has already begun mass production. The Journal cites people “familiar with the matter” and claims that the iPad 2 will be thinner, lighter, have a faster processor, more memory, a better graphics processor, a front-facing camera, the same screen resolution as the original iPad, and dual-mode wireless through both AT&T and Verizon.