Archive for July, 2012

The New Apple Ads: Are Geniuses There to Guide or to Babysit?

The new Apple Genius ads. The sentiment from folks like Adam Lisagor on Twitter is that they’re not bad, but not...

Canadian iPhone Users: Check Your Carriers! There Are $60 6GB Pla...

I’ve just switched my iPhone plan over to Koodo’s Canada-Wide Super 6GB plan, which is on special offer until August 9....

Apple TV Now Features Hulu Plus

Hulu Plus has quietly made its way onto the Apple TV sometime this morning. Some users are having to restart their...

Hands-On Video of Next-Generation iPhone Enclosure Surfaces, Sept...

Today, a lot of reports surfaced regarding the next-generation iPhone, what it might look like, and when it is likely to...

My Mountain Lion Holdout: 3 Days

I mentioned in last week’s team roundup on Mountain Lion plans that I was planning to hold off initially on installing...

iPad + Bluetooth Keyboard

For the past two years I have used the iPad only with its built-in virtual keyboard. Just the other day I...

Apple Announces Three Million Mountain Lion Downloads in Four Day...

Apple has announced that OS X Mountain Lion, which was just released last Wednesday, has been downloaded over three million times...

Price Drops: Inspire Pro Painting App on Sale for Just 99 Cents

Inspire Pro – Painting, Drawing & Sketching, the superb iPad app from KiwiPixel, is on sale at over 80% off for...

Apple to Acquire AuthenTec, a Fingerprint Sensor Company

Late last week, Reuters reported that Apple will be purchasing AuthenTec, a fingerprint sensor chip manufacturer, for $356 million. AuthenTec’s site...

PowerNap Functionality Comes to Retina MacBook Pro via Update

Just as promised, Apple has released an update bringing PowerNap to the new Retina MacBook Pro. Specifically, Apple has issued a...

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