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iPhone 3GS Leads OpenGL Benchmark, By Miles

06/30/2009, There’s an interesting list of benchmarks results on glbenchmark.com where you can compare the iPhone 3GS against other phones, including older iPhones. I did not spend a lot of time dissecting the results, but here’s the bottom-line, when...

The iPhone 3GS Jailbreak Is Ready, But Creators Await Critical Mass

06/29/2009, The iPhone Dev-team, a group of hackers who have previously created many unlocking and jailbreaking applications for previous iPhone models, says that the iPhone 3GS jailbreak is ready, but they are waiting the 3GS customer base to reach a critical mass...

Install OS X On SD Card

06/29/2009, We all know that most operating systems these days come in DVD format, but how many of us run installations of our operating systems off an SD card? Macworld Senior Editor Roman Loyola has gone ahead by posting a video guide that details out how one is...

PogoPlug Works With Macs Now

06/26/2009, PogoPlug has just revealed that they now support the Journaled HFS+ file system that is commonly used by Mac OS X. Whenever hooked to a user’s network, the device will add network access to USB external drives or memory sticks, where these drives...

Seagate FreeAgent Go Pro For Mac

06/24/2009, Seagate’s FreeAgent Go Pro has just been released for the Mac platform, and is one of the rare portable 2.5″ external hard drives that offer a gamut of connectivity options including FireWire 800, FireWire 400 and USB. Apart from that, the...

iPhone 3GS Costs $179 To Build (iSuppli)

06/24/2009, iSupply has done an analysis of the iPhone 3GS and estimates that the bill of material and the assembly cost about $179 (iPhone 3GS 16GB). That doesn’t take into account other things like marketing, shipping and R&D. The cost is very comparable...

GameBone Pro Controller

06/24/2009, Granted you’re not a canine of sorts, but don’t you think the GameBone Pro controller look rather out of whack? After all, it is supposed to give you a more comprehensive gaming experience on your iPhone with the added advantage of providing...

ColorWare Jumps On iPhone 3GS Bandwagon

06/23/2009, ColorWare has expanded their expertise to include the recently unveiled iPhone 3GS, allowing you to stand out from the rest of the $199 crowd with your personalized color. As usual, you can choose from the standard range of solid and metallic colors,...

Macbook Pro 2009 SATA Fixed – Back To 3.0Gbps

06/22/2009, If you have been worried by the reports saying that the Macbook Pro 2009 hard disk performance was capped to 1.5Gbps, we have some good news for you: a fix has been issued! Just as we thought, this was a software issue and a fix in the EFI Firmware...

Gokivo: Yahoo! and NIM Navigation App for iPhone

06/17/2009, Networks in Motion (NIM) and Yahoo! are partnering to offer Gokivo, the new turn-by-turn navigation app for iPhone 3.0. We know that NIM, Gokivo’s developer, uses the new iPhone 3GS’ powerful GPU to render the maps, so we assume that the...

iConnect Keyboard Is iPhone Ready

06/15/2009, Now here’s a keyboard that you don’t see every day – the iConnect keyboard fro iHome that comes with a built-in iPhone dock, allowing you to not only synchronize your communications device but charge it simultaneously as well. There are...

Macbook Pro 1.5 Gbps SATA To Reduce Costs? Not a Chance

06/15/2009, There’s some buzz this morning about the 2009 Macbook Pro exhibiting SATA 1.5Gbps speeds (the previous models have a 3Gbps SATA hard drive controller) and from the first benchmarks, it looks like disk performance is logically lower, if you have a...

Wifipad Heading For iPod And iPhone Platforms

06/12/2009, The recently announced Wifipad is a new application which ought to get the gamer in you sit up and take notice as it offers the functionality of a virtual gamepad on your iPod touch/iPhone device, where you can use it to control your computer from afar....

Sonoro Eklipse Gets iPod Dock

06/12/2009, iPod docks seem to have slowed down in terms of releases, but Sonoro bucks the trend with the Eklipse that will not only cater for your collection of CDs, it also comes with an integrated AM/FM radio just in case you’re sick and tired of your MP3...