Archive for the ‘Gadgets’ Category
January 30th, 2008
You can thank the lack of ‘real’ news for the onslaught of articles that seem to be laser focused on the mysterious case of the missing iPhones. Add this article to the list. This is the basic problem: Apple announced at Macworld they they’ve sold 4 million iphones ...
January 22nd, 2008
Is it just good business sense to buy into the hype?
It seems that no matter where you turn lately, you can't escape the word Apple when it comes to technology news. AT&T is helping to continue that trend as they earlier this week revealed their Iphone business plan. ...
January 13th, 2008
Why Macworld '08 won't shock the world
December 10th, 2007
Gizmodo has the scoop on a fancy way to use a dollar bill to make a iphone docking station. This is one reason I love nerds, always thinking!
Origami fans—or just people who like money and have a lot of it lying about—might find Enrique Pardo's iPhone accessory interesting. The ...
December 9th, 2007
Ubuntu on the Play Station 3
Not everyone likes to mess around with hardware and dive right in to having fun with their toys, but Softpedia has a manual that helps make this process easy. They've provided very detailed information and numerous screen shots for the gaming and Ubuntu ...
December 4th, 2007
Well it finally happened, NBC and Apple finally broke up.
NBC's contract with Apple has expired and all NBC-owned shows are no longer available for purchase on the iTunes store. Fans might be saddened to learn that shows from other channels such as the USA Network and the Sci-Fi ...
November 24th, 2007
So the trend of technology development that will flop continues to receive important coverage by Tech news outlets. Is Amazon lacking in the imagination and innovation department or are they making a strong push for innovation in the future? I'll take a stab at the issue of innovation and ...
November 4th, 2007
We all feel the power of Apple tugging at us these days. The iPod and iPhone are magnificent hits and Saturday Night Live decided to recognize it in their own little way.
the iPhone's Saturday Night Live debut