It amazes me how much stuff Apple has been able to stuff into the iPhone: accelerometer, compass, GPS all seem old today. The latest addition is a teslameter, a device for measuring magnetic fields using the iPhone 3GS or 4′s magetometer. I don’t know exactly what use there’ll be for that, but I’m sure people [...]
Steve Jobs passed away at his home. Regardless of your preference in computers or phones, he had an amazing record of innovation over the years:
This just in: Steve Jobs quits Apple! The Wall Street Journal has the story. What does this mean for the future of Apple, the iPhone, and the iPad?
This great app provides the iPad user with an easy to manage shopping list that can be taken everywhere.
Apple’s iPad has grown in popularity amongst tech-savvy people and gadget-lovers alike. There are thousands of apps available on the market for the iPad, some of which are meant for entertainment purposes, many of which have an aim towards productivity. The best thing about the iPad is that all of these apps may be downloaded and installed via wireless internet. Here, we will concentrate on the top 5 productivity apps.
So Apple’s suing everyone left and right who’s selling anything that looks remotely like an iPad, including getting an injunction preventing Samsung from selling its Tab in Europe. It’s amazing to me the way Apple thinks they own the very concept of a tablet. So here’s a video from 1994 talking about Knight-Ridder’s tablet-based electronic [...]
In case you didn’t know, Mac OS/X is a complete UNIX environment underneath the hood. What this means for you is that there’s a lot of free and open source (F/OSS) software that you can install on on your Mac.
Darwin Ports is a system that lets you do that easily.
Read on to find out how.
People like to say that the Apple only has a few percent market share.
But Quantcast has a new survey out that says 11% of online users are using Macintoshes.
I think that’s pretty amazing how Apple’s usage has went up recently.