Following my recent review of the NeatDesk for Mac, I decided to review its less expensive counterpart designed for mobile professionals – the NeatReceipts for Mac. Read on for my full thoughts.
Latest Apple & Mac News
Amazon has just released a new student-targeted iPhone app called Amazon Student. The new app lets students buy textbooks, compare prices, and sell their old textbooks and other items.
If the iPad wasn’t magical and revolutionary before, it certainly is now! Disney is using the iPad to help their “Imagineers” design and implement an upcoming Disney attraction called Fantasyland, which will be located at their Magic Kingdom Theme Park in Florida.
Despite the fact that Adobe’s Flash technology is still very present on the web (and often hard to avoid), users who prefer to keep Flash Player off of their machines have often struggled to find alternative ways to view their content. Fortunately, there’s a new Safari extension in town that may help.
You may remember our report earlier this month about a new Mac trojan disguising itself as the installer for Adobe Flash Player. Apple has now updated their anti-malware definitions to detect and remove this threat.
Fans of the popular Counter-Stroke tactical shooter games will be excited to know that an all-new version of Counter Strike is coming next year – and it will be coming to the Mac!
The Milwaukee County Zoo likely just made Steve Jobs’ Christmas card list. According to a report from Kotaku, Orangutans at the Milwaukee County Zoo enjoy using apps, playing games, and watching video on the iPad almost as much as we do!
While normally I don’t like fingerprints showing up on my iPhone, this awesome new iPhone 4 backing changes color as you touch it, and will even show the shape of the iPhone’s internal components as your iPhone heats up during use.
As we reported back in June, Apple is planning on building a massive new 20,000-person campus that just happens to look like a space ship, dubbed by many as the “Mothership”. The City of Cupertino has now released detailed sketches and floor plans of the new campus.
Following our earlier report that Google has just purchased Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion to fuel Android handset development, new information has come to light suggesting that Google’s purchase of Motorola Mobility comes with over 17,000 patents that Google can now abuse.
Barnes & Noble’s product listing for the first official biography of Steve Jobs indicates that the book will be available on November 21, 2011. This is exciting news, as the previously announced release date was March 6 of 2012!
An intriguing new report from BGR claims that Apple has already sent 4G LTE-compatible iPhones to carriers for testing.
Those of you familiar with HBO subsidiary Cinemax’s late-night programming are likely well-aware of the very adult (and perhaps pornographic) nature of that programming, yet the new free Cinemax MaxGo app was nevertheless approved over the weekend, bringing just such content to the iPhone and iPad.
Following our previous report that Apple had ordered 10 million iPhone 5 units for launch, DigiTimes reports that Apple has now placed orders for a total of 56 million iPhones to last them through 2011, up from a previous goal of 50 million.
An eBay auction has revealed that four years ago Apple flirted with the idea of adding 3G support to their Santa Rosa range of Macbook Pros. 3G support would allow you add a SIM card to your Macbook Pro and browse the web without the need for a local WiFi network.
Google has purchased mobile company Motorola for $12.5 billion. This move brings Google closer to producing Smart Phones instead of just powering the OS through Android. Google’s Larry Page released a statement stating that they intend to “supercharge the entire Android ecosystem”.