In the history books, you could call today the official beginning of the end. Today really marks the end of the Macintosh as an independent computing platform.
If you’re at home, and you notice your LTE signal keeps bouncing around between full bars and just one bar… I have a solution for you! Try an iPhone 5. No, I’m not nuts, bear with me.
Open source software doesn’t know borders. It doesn’t know friends, enemies, or frenemies. It doesn’t know if you’re an FSB agent, or an ISIS operative, or an FBI agent. It is also why you are able to use your iPhone or Android phone today.
A long time ago, in a Mac industry far, far away, there was a project I was secretly working on. It was a Mac App Store. For the sake of the developers, I’ll call them Team X. Team X had a great product on the market, it was great at updating Mac software. I wanted […]
Well, they did ask Engadget to take that number down. It might be a marketing ploy to spread the news better, but still… 80,000 copies x $100 = $800,000 so far. Not bad considering that Woot sells 4.3-inch GPS units for just $15 more, including shipping. And yes, today’s Woot offering is exactly that… made […]
Snow Leopard is out (well, it’s in customer’s hands anyways), and that means I’m finally free from the burden of NDAs. I have some gripes about Snow Leopard, I’ll get to my largest in a second. First, overall, it’s a progressive upgrade for Mac OS X. Exchange is nice, and the iPhone OS UI crossovers […]
Let’s rewind a few days. Back when we started talking about HD on iPhone. The web site MacRumors posted coverage of our article, but the last paragraph pretty much sent the time into outrage. The last paragraph read: “PhoneNews.com has not been a regular source of Apple rumors and their last try wasn’t accurate.” Immediately […]
There has been a lot of buzz about HD and iPhone lately. I’m sure you’ve heard something about that by now. But, let’s take a look at history for a second first, just in case the crowds at Moscone West decide revolt if Apple doesn’t announce iPhone HD at WWDC. When the original iPhone came […]
Here’s a Christmas gift I wasn’t expecting… Kega Fusion has been ported to Mac OS X! Kega Fusion is one of the most popular SEGA Genesis + CD + 32X emulators out there, and the developer has just finished porting it as his first Mac app. This really opens up a lot of potential for […]
I don’t like when companies over generalize. So, when iD CEO Todd Hollenshead made the following remarks, I got a little ticked. Basically, iD is asserting that Quake ports to iPhone must be sanctioned by iD, in order to be released: “Hollenshead informed us that ZodTTD’s port would be illegal and not sanctioned by the […]