Apple To Stop Selling Boxed Software

apple letter to universityApple carries on with trying to stop selling their software in boxes. We have already expreienced it when they released the Mac App Store, and with Mac OS X Lion which Apple decided to sell directly via the Store without having to require an installation disk.

Since the beginning of the Mac App Store and Mac OS X Lion, Apple has been trying to make all its other softwares available in the same easy installation format as well. Read More

Adonit Media Speaks – Shares Startup Experience and Development of Writer and Jot

adonitAdonit Media has developed the most innovation keyboard case for iPad and iPad 2 that combines the power of a physical keyboard to iPad while retaining some very key things that make the iPad so incredible. Along with Writer, the team has also come up with Jot, a stylus that makes accurate touches possible. We recently talked to David from the Adonit Media crew, and he described the startup experience, the Apple case market, and some thoughts on why their products stand out. Read More

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Rescue the Love of Your Life In ‘The Rescue’ App for iOS [REVIEW]

rescueI played this game a lot and decided to finally do a review of it. The Rescue is an App available in the App Store developed by David Dennis for $0.99, and there is also a lite version of the App available for those who want try before they buy. In ‘The Rescue’, the love of you life has been captured and your objective is to save her. Read More

This Case From Griffin Can Protect Your iPad From Theft

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Many people own iDevices and other products that are beloved to them, and the last thing they’d want is to have one or more stolen from them. MacBook Pros have slots to keep them locked down, a safety feature, but what about the iPad? Griffin has announced their TechSafe Case that will help you lock down your iPad to keep it protected from theft. Read More

Kindle Fire To Set The Tablet Wars On Fire

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Amazon has finally unveiled its long anticipated tablet, the Kindle Fire, which may challenge the Apple iPad in the tablet market.

Amazon showed off the tablet with a 7 inch screen on Wednesday, in New York. The Kindle Fire sports a colored 7 inch touch screen display and runs on a totally redesigned version of Google’s Android. Amazon is also using its web-based experience to make browsing the web extremely smooth and fast with its new tablet. In-fact, the techniques that Amazon is using could make webpages load faster on the Kindle Fire than the iPad 2 with A5. Amazon Silk the browser that powers the tablet learns users behaviors and starts caching often visited pages for quicker load times. It offloads content to Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) that shrinks it to a more efficient size. The iPad however, has a larger screen of 9.7 inches, which has its own advantages. Read More

It’s Official – Apple iPhone Event on October 4 at Apple HQ

iphone eventIt’s now official. Apple has just confirmed that it will hold an event on October 4th at its Cupertino headquarters. Invites have been sent, and it includes an image that says “Let’s talk iPhone”.

By now, it is clear that Apple will be announcing a new iPhone this October. Being as detail oriented as its former CEO Steve Jobs, the invite includes 4 icons – a calendar icon with the date of the event, a clock icon with the time of the event, a map icon indicating that the event will be held at Apple HQ in Cupertino, and a phone icon with one notification which many believe to be a sign that Apple will announce only one iPhone or talk about only the iPhone in this upcoming and exciting event. Read More

Google Enters Into Its Teens – Celebrates 13th Birthday

Google's 13th Birthday DoodleThirteen years ago to this day, two people in a dorm wanted to download the entire web on their computers, and make it searchable. Thus, Google was born. With an ecstatic start, passion, and creativity, Google became the world’s most popular and heavily used search engine. Today marks the companies’ 13th birthday, and we are all very excited. On Sept 27, Google put its first birthday doodle, and from that day onwards, each year Google has marked this special occasion with a new doodle. Read More