I am so excited that the title of this article is in CAPS! Verizon has just sent out invitations to certain major technology websites for an event in New York City on Tuesday. Though the invitation did not mention the purpose of this event, all the signs point to the same thing. THE iPHONE IS [...]Read more
In a private event leading up to tonight’s keynote at CES, Microsoft announced something that may forever change the way we think of Windows computing: the next version of Windows, codenamed Windows.NEXT, will be compatible with ARM’s processors. For those of you who don’t know, ARM processors power devices like smartphones and media tablets and use much less [...]Read more
Earlier this month, on August 9th, Verizon and Google held a joint press conference o discuss net neutrality, an issue that’s becoming more and more pressing. In a nutshell, net neutrality deals with the openness and availability of the internet– in a “perfect world” there shouldn’t be internet discrimination; access should be equal for all users. [...]Read more
Apple sent out notifications to a select few in the media that the company’s holding a press conference this Friday, July 16th at 10AM Pacific (1PM Eastern).
Right now, we don’t have a lot of details… wait, scratch that– we only have one: the conference is related to the iPhone 4.
We, along with about 99.9% of [...]
We ordered a second iPad 3G for extensive testing on June 6th– the infamous cutoff date for unlimited data. All iPads purchases after the 6th are now subject to AT&T’s new data plans: $25/month for 2GB of data and $15/month for 200 MB of data.
Although Apple and AT&T indicated that customers who purchased the iPad [...]
Since Steve Job’s keynote speech at WWDC, I’ve been really hung up on the iPhone 4G. It promises to be a truly remarkable phone. I don’t think it’s going to necessarily change the mobile phone market as drastically as the original iPhone did, but I definitely think it’s going to shake things up a bit.
And [...]Read more
The new iOS 4 operating system for the iPhone boasts some fantastic new features; in fact, Apple thinks the new operating system will revolutionize the mobile phone experience.
The iOS 4 boasts an incredible 1500 new features and is scheduled to be released June 21.
One of the more noteworthy features of iOS 4 is that it [...]
If you haven’t already heard, the iPhone 4, Apple’s latest endeavor into the smart phone universe, is officialy here. Announced yesterday at Apple’s WWDC Conference, the iPhone 4 is a faster, better version of everyone’s favorite iPhone. The new iPhone packs a ton of great features: a snazzy new design, faster processor, 5-megapixel LED-flash camera, [...]Read more
Apple threw a lot at us this morning– tons and tons of iPhone news to be exact.
But, Steve and Co. also didn’t touch on a number of things that we were hoping (and expecting) them to… like:
Verizon– the iPhone is NOT headed to Big Red
MobileMe– sadly, no free version’s coming
Apple TV– no update. Google TV [...]
We’re tweeting live right now– check out our Twitter Page for the latest news from WWDC.
We’ll be doing a few recap posts later this evening which will essentially sum up the day’s events– keep checking in with us!Read more
Facebook announced today that it will revamp its privacy options amidst recent criticism. At this point, I think it’s safe to say that these new options are well overdue.
Supposedly, the new options will make it easier for users to edit their privacy settings especially those that affect how outside parties view you and your friends’ [...]