10/22/2009, We typically don’t cover all the accessories out there, but check out this hard shell for the iPod nano 5G. The nano is one of these gadget that is so thin that adding a skin on top of it doesn’t really damage the experience. This comes with a belt clip and even has a docking port protection – how paranoid is that? If you have more question, head to their FAQ […]
10/22/2009, Nokia sent us an email this morning to announce that they have filed a lawsuit against Apple over alleged copyrights infringements on GSM, UMTS and WLAN. It probably means that Nokia is seeking royalties from Apple, as Nokia licenses its technology to a good deal of handset makers. Apple has not commented yet, but they must believe that their implementation of the above standards is different enough from Nokia’s. I […]
10/21/2009, John Boiles, the brain behind the iPod-controlled RC car, is back with a new invention that relies on the accelerometer within the iPod which is well capable of controlling dance floor lights. Sounds like (no pun intended) something worth checking out if you are one geeky party animal.
10/21/2009, Apart from the slew of Apple MacBook and iMac updates, we also bring you news of the Apple Remote device that features buttons which resemble those on the iPod shuffle, boasting circular controls, menu and play buttons in black color. As for the play button, it has also been transported from the center of the circle to just below it. The back enclosure provides easy access to the battery, making […]
10/21/2009, The first generation iPhone still cannot handle MMS despite having installed the iPhone 3.0 update, but that could finally change with iPhone Dev Team member MuscleNerd revealing a baseband hack known as Whiterat, where it will enable MMS to work on a 2G iPhone which is running on iPhone firmware 3.1.2. Apart from that, he also let out that there is another baseband hack known as two-bit that will appeal […]
10/20/2009, Apple aims to impress the masses (which isn’t a very hard thing to do with a company of its pedigree) by introducing a new unibody MacBook that does resemble the glossy model of the 13″ MacBook Pro of yore, retailing for $999 still. At that familiar price point, you will get a new plastic chassis, an LED backlit display, the new glass multitouch trackpad and a battery that supposedly lasts […]
10/20/2009, The Apple Store just came back online and reveals a new iMac. Here are the updates: Larger displays: 21.5″ and an impressive 27″ 16:9 display (LED backlit). the 21.5″ has a 1920×1080 resolution, which matches HD videos. The 27″ has 2560×1440 pixels. They are also said to have a wide viewing angle. The new iMac have an edge-to-edge glass. Wireless mouse and keyboard: these two are now “standard issue”. Note […]
10/20/2009, Let’s face it – the Mac Mini never really did very well in the marketplace despite it being a relatively fine machine to have in any living room. Well, this time round Apple will be offering a Mac mini that comes with an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.26GHz processor fitted with 2GB RAM and a 160GB hard drive for $599 a pop. Those who want something more will have to […]
10/20/2009, Finally, we can finally say this – “Oh how the mighty have fallen!” in reference to the Apple Mighty Mouse which has been ousted by the Apple Magic Mouse that was unveiled via the online site. This pointing peripheral will come with a multitouch surface that is made out of hard acrylic spread all over the top, letting you perform gestures that are second nature to your already thanks to […]
10/20/2009, Each time the Apple Store goes down, many people whoop with joy as that more or less means one thing and one thing only – a brand new slew of products are coming right up. Just as we speculated yesterday, these new updates could range from a slew of new products or it could be nothing at all. Good thing we have leaked part numbers that do point towards a […]
10/19/2009, Looks like the rumor mill is in overtime with news of updated Macs making their way to the masses as early as tomorrow. Speculation also abounds that one might actually see a Magic Mouse accessory to go along with it, while new MacBooks and iMacs will definitely be welcomed by all and sundry. What do you think of this rumor – something to go ahead and believe, or is it […]
10/19/2009, As Apple is set to announce its quarterly results, Analysts are scrambling to figure out what the numbers will be. Computer sales seem to do really well (estimated at +13%), probaly led by Macbooks and iMacs. that is probably pointing out to a share growth for Mac OS too. This growth is much higher than previous Wall Street expectations. It is not so rosy for the iPod, for which Munster […]
10/17/2009, Anybody who has tried to use the iPhone with gloves will certainly know that you just can’t, which is a royal pain. Fortunately for iPhone owners out there, it seems the answer might be the TouchTec gloves, which makes the glove work just like a human hand would (duh), and it works on any touchscreen device, regardless of whether it’s using a capacitive or resistive screen. Currently the gloves are […]
10/16/2009, The Apple store is closed, which *usually* means that there’s a new product update. Of course, it could just be a technical upgrade, but that would most likely happen at night or something. Anyway, it is much more exciting to think that new iMacs or Mac minis are going to appear. Stay tuned. Update: the store is back and we don’t see anything new… false alert.