On January 24, 1984 Apple released the first Macintosh for $2495 and proved to the world why 1984 wasn’t like 1984. The Macintosh was born 28 years ago in a case with a monitor and came bundled with a mouse and a keyboard. Today, although it has come a long way, the original Macintosh was an altogether different beast. Read More
Google today changed its privacy policies and terms and it seems that they are now gearing up against Twitter, Facebook and Apple for delivering the most relevant information. The company has now combined over seventy different policies into one that mentions that Google now has the ability to combine any information it has about you into one single profile to help you get more relevant results. Read More
I’ve have always been addicted to Grand Theft Auto on my computer, but when Rockstar Games for their 10th anniversary released a version of their popular GTA 3 game for the iPad, I was completely blown away. It sports HD quality graphics which although doesn’t appear so good on an iPad 1, it is stunning on the iPhone 4, 4S and the iPad 2. With all missions and those sports cars and those scintillating weapons available, Grand Theft Auto for your iOS device is a must-have. Read More
Although Apple may have revolutionized the textbook industry by offering books at an incredibly low price and also by making them much more interactive, one thing that still needs to be improved is the way a user flips pages on the iPad. While iBooks is pretty good at it, here is another prototype that is way better than the current model being used. Read More
Windows users rejoice! The jailbreak “dream team” have released a windows version of their absolutely remarkable Absinthe tool that helps iPhone 4S and iPad 2 users.
Although search ads and text ads are still what drive Google, Larry Page today at Google’s earnings call reported that display ads were catching up and the industry at large is now worth $8 billion. Larry was excited as he noted that the revenue for the quarter had passed $10 billion for the first time. Read More
We were recently introduced to iBooks 2, iBooks Author and the all new iBooks textbooks for students that makes learning and studying via digital textbooks much more interactive. In a recent video that Apple has published on its site, the company explains how it is changing the entire textbook industry with these new Apps. Read More
Apple has just launched the iTunes U App. Apple also said that over 700M downloads were made via iTunes U. With the Posts tab, teachers can post assignments for students and even post messages. You can download or stream content right from within the App. Read More