Larry and I had a chance to listen to Engadget’s radio stream yesterday. It will come as no surprise that it was all iPad, all the time. It was an interesting discussion because it captured the debate that’s going on in the blogosphere right now with regard to Apple’s newest creation. What was most amusing [...]
When the carnival came to town for our annual Western Days festival in my home town, there were three things I needed to see if it was going to be a great weekend. The Sizzler, Tilt-A-Whirl and of course Bumper Cars. My friends and I would ride the bumper cars over and over running back [...]
Image courtesy of T-post Usually a magazine subscription gets you 12 issues a year and maybe an extra calendar or special promotional issue. T-post does it a little different by releasing a T-shirt with the monthly themed article every 6 weeks. The article itself is printed on the inside back of the shirt and artist depiction [...]
Amazon has great reasons to brag this morning. They had absolutely stellar earnings, reason alone to be proud. But CEO Jeff Bezos let another reason slip: apparently “millions of people own Kindles”! Take that, Barnes and Noble! TechCrunch hit up their sources for more details, and found out the exact amount is somewhere around 3 [...]
All hail Woz! Steve Wozniak- the co-founder of Apple, has but in his two cents on Apple’s new iPad. Whenever a new gadget comes out, the press always go to Woz for an opinion. On a visit to California State University of Chico, audience members had to ask him what he thought of the new [...]
It seems to be a never-ending issue for me, having more devices that need charging than I have outlets available. The Callpod Chargepod touts itself as a “charging device that allows you to charge multiple cell phones, PDAs, headsets, and most other mobile electronics with a single power cord.” Without tripping a breaker or messing [...]
We’ve seen a flood of announcements for iPad cases and accessories already. And why not? I mean, the device WAS announced a full day ago! One of my favorites so far, and the one I want to have day one of my iPad usage, is the newly announced kickBACK P Stand and Case from Scosche. [...]
The lucky guys at TechCrunch ran into Michael Dell at the Mobile World Conference, and he was kind enough to preview the Dell Mini 5 for them. Admittedly, it looks really slick, and the brief demo showed a very fast and responsive device. There’s bad news, though. TechCrunch says the UNSUBSIDIZED price will be $1,098! [...]
Remember Gordon Gekko? Well he’s back. Oliver Stone is set to release the sequel to the popular 80s film “Wall Street.” The original starred Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko, a super rich, super powerful and super dirty Wall Street broker. Charlie Sheen plays the title role of a young and impatient stockbroker who is willing [...]
Do you love racing games for your iPhone? How about classic platforms such as the Commodore 64? Well, now Manomio, makers of the Commodore 64 App I reviewed here, have announced a contest that will net the winner an original Commodore 64 home computer! Read on to find out the details!
I tend to be a huge fan of notebook bags and cases. I carry my MacBook Pro with me most days and, as result, having a good, usable bag is important to me. Having a usable, well organized, high-quality bag that is also good looking is a bonus. And, thanks to my work here on [...]
Google Voice and Skype fans rejoice–the newest iPhone SDK has revealed that Apple has lifted the ban on using VoIP over the 3G network!
(image courtesy Kobo Blog) Well, while we’re all scratching our heads over what the iBook announcement means for other ebookstores, Kobo has come to the rescue with an answer. According to the email I received this morning, Kobo is working to have an iPad-ready version of their application available at iPad launch. Now, Kobo is [...]
Having a lost child is never good. The amber alerts that now go out can save precious time in the recovery of a child, be it a child who is just lost or a child who is abducted by strangers or people who know the child. Part of what makes this work is accurate information given to [...]