03/11/2010, Seems as though there is a rumor floating around which points toward an iPhone 4.0 firmware that supposedly supports multitasking, a feature that many people have long clamored for to this day. While no more details have been leaked with regard to battery life, memory use and processor consumption issues will be handled, there is still some way to go before version 4 of the firmware reaches anywhere near its […]
03/11/2010, Word on the grapevine has it that Apple will be unveiling a refreshed Mac Pro machine next tuesday, where you will be able to enjoy an Intel Core i7-980x processor within which boasts a speedy 3.33GHz with TurboBoost to 3.6GHz and comes with half a dozen cores and 12 threads of processing power, a 32nm architecture, Socket LGA1366 and 130W TDP. Guess March 16th will take on new meaning in […]
03/11/2010, Gaming peripherals specialist, Razer, recently announced at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) that they will be increasing support for Mac users by issuing driver support for all upcoming Razer products, including the Razer StarCraft II peripheral suite that ought to be one hot piece of property. Well, with news like this, do you think that you might just swing over to the Mac as your next gaming platform of choice? […]
03/10/2010, Folks who are keen to dabble with Apple’s latest iPhone 3.2 Beta 4 SDK might be interested to check out some new gestures that have appeared in the gestures folder. Upon inspection, you’ll notice the 3Tap.plist and LongPress.plist files, which seem to indicate that the iPhone will get the triple tap and long press interaction methods. Can you imagine any scenario or app that would benefit from such additional interaction […]
03/09/2010, If you needed additional information to convince you that eBooks are getting more and more popular, just check out the latest stats from Mobclix, a mobile device advertising agency. Now it seems that the number of eBook apps have outnumbered games for the first time, with 27,000 eBook apps compared to 25,400 games. The number of new eBook apps introduced over the last month also outnumbers that of games, at […]
03/09/2010, Despite Apple once again teaming up with AT&T for the iPad’s data plan, Verizon doesn’t seem to be discouraged, especially once you take a peek at the leaked memo to its staff that’s going around the Internet. Bringing up points that AT&T’s network is “overloaded”, and that the 3G version of the iPad will cost more, the carrier is aiming to persuade users to get the Wi-Fi version of the […]
03/09/2010, You might remember the Great Long Brother for its rather interesting name, or the fact that it tried to sue Apple over the iPad’s design. Now it seems that the relationship between the two companies aren’t going to get any better as the Chinese manufacturer has given its P88, the device in the center of the storm, a UI makeover. A quick glance in the P88’s direction will give you […]
03/09/2010, If you want to adorn your iPhone with luxury items such as diamonds or gold, but can’t afford to pick up the iPhone 3GS Supreme, you could always go down the budget route and check out the Jade Polish Rainbow case for the iPhone 3G and 3GS by Caze. It’s similar to your run-of-the-mill transparent iPhone case, but it features more than 50 Swarovski crystals of different colors scattered around […]
03/09/2010, Despite the Apple site not mentioning anything about a built-in camera for the iPad, the camera rumors (and conspiracy theories) just won’t seem to die off. Now some folks have noticed that there is a tiny red dot in the latest iPad advertisement, at the 2-3 second period when the user fiddles with the iBooks app, you’ll notice that there is a tiny faint red dot at the top of […]
03/09/2010, You just know deep down inside that when the iPad was announced, Belkin was more than ready to roll out a slew of accessories for Apple’s upcoming device. Well, the Max Sleeve is one of them, where a pre-order can be placed for $39.99. The Max Sleeve comes with a special pleated design that can be expanded to fit your iPad, alongside a slew of other accessories including a charger. […]
03/09/2010, Have some time to kill on your hands and want to take the best possible images using your iPhone’s camera? Might we suggest this DIY iPhone Stabilizer – while the instructions themselves are in Japanese, there is always a handy online translating machine to do the dirty work for you, and you won’t need too detailed instructions to get this done since a picture speaks a thousand words.
03/09/2010, The iPhone is a wonderful handset, where yet another application for it would be to control a Hexapod robot via user inputs. This is made possible thanks to robotics student Robert Stephenson who came up with the idea and subsequently, program. The control method utilized include the touchscreen and accelerometer which will manipulate both forward and reverse controls.
03/09/2010, Mac owners can finally “enjoy” the wonders of Valve’s Steam gaming service after having PC gamers using Steam for a few years already. From April onwards, Apple-based gamers will be able to enjoy some games such as Left 4 Dead 2, Team Fortress 2, Counter-Strike, Portal, and the Half-Life series via Steamworks for the Mac. Among all the Steamworks APIs, a new feature has been introduced which is known as […]
03/08/2010, How’s this for something to impress your friends? Getting OS X Snow Leopard running on a 1984 Macintosh. Of course, before you start wondering how to get Snow Leopard running on the 8MHz processor, it’s worth taking note that the innards of it have been replaced, or you’d probably have to wait until next year before the desktop would finish booting, that’s if you could get it to work. Details […]