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iPHone 5 the biggest thing to happen to iPhone since iPhone

Posted by [email protected] on September 13, 2012 at 11:20 AM Comments comments ()


"Hi, five! The iPhone 5 has finally arrived.  Apple announced the latest version of the iPhone Wednesday, unveiling a device that's thinner, lighter, faster and taller than its predecessor.  "This is the biggest thing to happen to iPhone since the iPhone," said Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller." -Huffington Post (read more)


ALL NEW DESIGN (click the photos for more info)




OS X Mountain Lion for Notebooks

Posted by [email protected] on July 30, 2012 at 6:20 PM Comments comments ()



Great new features come to the Mac. Send iMessages. Set reminders. Get notifications. Tweet right from the app you’re in. Go up against iOS gamers in Game Center.* And with iCloud, your Mac works even better with your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.** Available now in the Mac App Store for just $19.99.

Galaxy Note ad called most effective commercial in Q1

Posted by [email protected] on April 2, 2012 at 2:25 PM Comments comments ()

Samsung's Galaxy Note promotion is going quite well, at least as far as its advertising is concerned.


A commercial for the device, called "The Best of a Phone andTablet," was rated the most-effective ad during the first quarter of 2012. The commercial beat out Doritos's "Sling Baby" ad and the M&M's "Just My Shell" to take the top spot.

Ad effectiveness is a subjective measure. In order to give some clarity to the rankings, Ace Metrix asks for viewer reactions to commercials running on U.S. television. The respondents are asked to measure persuasion, relevance, watchability, and several other ad characteristics. Ace Metrix then ranks ads on a 0-950 scale.

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Why Apple’s new iPad isn’t able to charge while some games and apps are running

Posted by [email protected] on March 21, 2012 at 1:30 PM Comments comments ()

We’ve already heard new iPad owners — and even the US Consumer Reports group — ratching up the issue of the increased heat put out by the device, and now it seems that charging the battery could be the next focus.

A number of new iPad owners are experiencing issues charging the device while they use it, as Gizmodo Australia spotted. Most of the reaction to the Consumer Reports write up has focused on the increased heat outputted, but the group does make mention of issues charging the battery whilst the tablet is active:

We also noticed that the new iPad wasn’t charging while the game was running and it was plugged in. In fact, the battery continued to drain. It charged normally, however, when we weren’t running a game.

This issue is verified by our own experiences and we’ve seen similar problems when enjoying apps that make use of its new Retina display. The reason is simply down to the sheer load which accumulates thanks to the added features.

As shows, not only is the Retina display adding to the load but its beefier quad-core graphics, the Backlight consumes 2.5 times as much it does in the iPad 2 and the display uses more LED bars.


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Recommended Apps for your Android

Posted by [email protected] on March 14, 2012 at 6:35 PM Comments comments ()

Recommended Apps

SPB Shell 3DAre you looking for this one really special launcher for your smartphone? Search no more, because the app SPB Shell 3D might just be your wish coming true. This 3D home screen/launcher is packed with dozens of features, 3D widgets and a lot more that helps you personalize the user interface of your smartphone and to tweak it just the way you want it to appear.» go to App

Volume+ (Sound Boost)You want to get more out of your smartphone's sound? Then take a look at Volume+ (Sound Boost). This little app boosts your phones volume, is packed with EQ presets and comes with a bass enhancer, a stereo widener, a virtual room enhancer and much more to give you a whole new sound experience.» go to App


Web Property Feeding Freenzy...

Posted by [email protected] on March 14, 2012 at 6:00 PM Comments comments ()

 Via              Kimberly Castleberry


There has been a truly remarkable number of web properties (sites, tools, projects) change hands in the last two weeks.

  • This kinda started out a couple months ago with AOLs news division buying the Engadget tech site.
  • Then LinkedIn bought Rapportive, one of my can't-live-without-it Gmail plugins. Fortunately, they plan to keep it running.
  • Then the team at Buffer App, which I really like, acquired the coding responsibilities of the Digg Digg, social share button plugin for WordPress. This is a good move as the original dev was a bit flighty. Though how loyal the Buffer team is to the open source community remains to be seen.
  • Mashable is believed to be in talks with CNN over a possible acquisition. Like Engaget, this one does not thrill me. Though it will open the stage for someone to step into that role over time.
  • And last but not least, the death keel plays for Posterous as Twitter buys them up and plans to remove support from them.

Introducing the new iPad.

Posted by [email protected] on March 14, 2012 at 5:55 PM Comments comments ()


With the stunning Retina display. 5MP iSight camera. And ultrafast 4G LTE. Starting at $499

Available at your favorite Apple Retail Store on March 16.

HTC to unveil latest Beats-enabled Android phone

Posted by [email protected] on November 3, 2011 at 3:05 PM Comments comments ()

The handset maker is holding an event in Manhattan around noon PT today where it's expected to take the wraps off its new Beats Audio-enabled HTC Rezound, a device the company hasn't been too secretive about.

Upgrade OS X Lion

Posted by [email protected] on November 2, 2011 at 7:15 PM Comments comments ()


To upgrade your Mac to OS X Lion, you don’t need to drive to a store, bring home a box, and install a bunch of discs. All you do is click the Mac App Store icon, buy Lion for $29.99, and your Mac does the rest. Just make sure you have what you need to download Lion to your Mac.

Apple Remote Desktop 3

Posted by [email protected] on November 2, 2011 at 7:15 PM Comments comments ()


Remote Desktop 3

Apple Remote Desktop is the best way to manage the Mac computers on your network. Distribute software, provide real-time online help, create software and hardware reports,