12/08/2009, Apple users will probably lick their lips in anticipation of news that Apple is currently preparing their first external builds of Mac OS X 10.6.3 which ought to be released sometime later this week. Among rumors that circulate incessantly, the upcoming built will most probably come with the expected prefix of 10Dxx, although it remains to be seen what other kinds of bugs and issues that Apple will confront with […]
12/08/2009, Users of selected Windows-powered computers have reported facing problems while they try to synchronize their iPhones, and it seems as though this issue is contained to Intel Core i5 or i7-powered computers that run on Windows 7 64-bit. Among such machines with similar configurations include the dv6t, dv7t, dv8t or Envy notebooks. There is still no clear cut solution to date, and HP has yet to release an official patch […]
12/08/2009, Unless you’re on a mission to make your own diamond-studded cellphone or camera, most DIY devices are often cheap and relatively affordable. This DIY Christmas card is different though – it comes with an integrated iPhone alongside a holiday song playing over it when opened. In order to get this project going, you will also need to include the $0.99 Bauble iPhone app to add to the iPhone’s initial cost.
12/08/2009, Apple has certainly done good with its latest EFI firmware update 1.8 which supposedly mutes the optical drive upon startup in MacBook Pros, while fixing other known issues that were left untouched when update 1.7 was released. Way to go, Apple, although it does show that computer users can be an extremely fussy bunch who can’t even stand a bit of noise from their device.
12/08/2009, Are you bored with the usual username/password method of locking your Mac? Well, if you own an iPhone or iPod touch, you’ll be able to pick up the Airlock for $7.77. Basically what this nifty app does is that it determines when you are near the computer. If you happen to leave the computer’s Bluetooth reach, the computer will lock itself. If you’ve misplaced your iPhone and really need the […]
12/08/2009, Pillows are soft and plush, but how about adding a cute geek factor to it with the iPhone icon pillows from Etsy? They’re not only colorful, they also help provide you with a good night’s rest even though you know your iPhone is barred as you failed to pay up the bill for last month. These are icons that definitely love to be touched!
12/07/2009, A recent study of mobile device usage showed that the iPod touch is currently gaining in market share, which points toward the portable media player eventually moving youths’ hearts to transit to the iPhone. An interpretation of the findings for the iPod touch says the device is “quietly building a loyal base among the next generation of iPhone users.” What do you think of that – is it true that […]
12/07/2009, While this piece is still firming in the rumor bin, it is making some noise as it goes around the Internet. According to the rumor, Apple has rejected Intel’s 32nm Arrandale and the Calpella platform in its default form. The main issue is related to the integrated graphics, and as the rumor goes, Apple wants Intel to provide them with the processor sans the integrated graphics part. What do you […]
12/07/2009, Just before you pooh-pooh the efforts of churning out the first Nintendo64 emulator for the iPhone known as the 3G4 , bear in mind it was coded by a 14-year old developer. Yes, at an age where kids are busy playing video games and trading naughty magazines with each other, along comes one who has the brains to code an entire emulator. This is the first native Nintendo64 emulator for […]
12/06/2009, Lawsuits are always messy affairs, and now St. Clair Intellectual Property Consultants (SCIPC) is suing Apple, claiming that Apple’s popular iPhone infringes upon several digital camera patents. The company’s track record probably would worry Apple slightly, as it scored a $35 million payout from Canon back in 2003 and a $25 million prize from Sony back in 2001. There isn’t any word as to whether Apple will fight or settle […]
12/06/2009, It seems like Apple had a rather good month in October. According to market research firm NPD Group, Apple’s 21.5-inch iMac was the best selling desktop computer, and the 13-inch MacBook Pro was the number one laptop. One analyst pointed that said month was rather bad for Windows desktops, probably because retailers were pushing existing inventory prior to the launch of Windows 7. Just in case you didn’t know, NPD’s […]
12/05/2009, Manufacturers are trying to cram in projectors into various devices these days, especially cellphones, but the idea has yet to catch on with the masses. The Sparkz Dock Projector for iPhone and iPod is pretty much self-explanatory – it not only allows you to dock either device to keep them juiced up, it also comes with an integrated video projector that lets you view a blown up movie in a […]
12/05/2009, The iPod Supreme is proud to be known as the most expensive iPod touch on earth, where there are only three models available. It might be a wee bit hard to find a buyer though considering it costs a whopping $233,000 each, where you get 149 grams of 22 carat gold with the trademark Apple logo made from 53 shiny VVS1, color F diamonds. On the outer section of the […]
12/05/2009, While there hasn’t been any official confirmation yet, word is going around that Apple has succeeded in purchasing Lala. Apparently Apple is more concerned at getting engineers experienced in streaming music, instead of the actual Lala service. Of course, these are all the rumors that are going around at the moment, for all we know Apple might have other ideas for the company. Another theory is that Apple might be […]