I just received an e-mail from Apple indicating that, as they announced at the last keynote, the top tier of iCloud…
They’ve been in this position before, but never quite like this. Next week, Apple will host a media event called “Spring Forward” where we will most likely hear more details about the Watch and its release. Like several Apple products before it, this watch is not the first product to the market, but it has a good chance of becoming the market leader.
Attention Halifax (and area) readers: I have a double pass to the new Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher to give away!
The US National Transportation Safety Board is dumping RIM devices for iPhones due to reliability issues.
I started comparing the HTC Desire and the iPhone 4 a few months ago, and with that came an iOS vs. Android comparison. A lot has changed since then, yet things are pretty much the same.
After much focus on iOS, iPad, iPod Touch, and the iPhone, Apple is holding a “Back to the Mac” event on Wednesday. Will we see a preview of OS X Lion? New hardware and software? Only Steve Jobs knows for sure…
Calvetica is a gorgeous, fast calendar app for iPhone. It has a user-friendly UI focusing on fast, simple usage. A busy update schedule and a developer that listens to user suggestions are the icing on the cake.
One of the first apps many people seek out on their new device is a good weather app. I tried out seven weather apps for the Watch:
There has been a lot of noise about Facebook’s move to remove messaging from its main app and “force” people to use the Messenger app on mobile devices to send messages. Today, no less than four people on my Facebook feed made proclamations about not using the app. Here’s why you shouldn’t be freaking out.
A few words about the topics covered during my spot on Maritime Morning: Weekend Edition, and some relevant links.
Logic Pro Studio 9 is now available on the Mac App Store for $199.99, down from $499. This includes the option to download 19gb of loops. MainStage is a separate download at $29.99.
Apple has removed the venerable white MacBook from its online store. It will, however, live on for now as an option for educational institutions, presumably while stock lasts.
Is the HTC Desire with its Sense UI overlaid on Google’s Android OS worthy of the “iPhone Killer” label? The next three posts will detail the differences and similarities between the iPhone 4 and the HTC Desire.