Why I feel like writing a love letter to Apple (by @TySpace)

I was taking a walk this weekend, just thinking about things, and it hit me: I love Apple. And this revelation wasn’t just something simple like a sudden realization that I really enjoy using my iPhone, iPad, and Macbook Pro, rather, it was like the floodgates of reasons I love Apple opened up in my [...]


The Best Memorial Day Deals for Tech Travelers

Along with the three-day weekend, Memorial Day marks one of the bigger sales days of the year. So it’s a great time to travel and save on your favorite gadgets and accessories. Here are some of the best deals around the ‘net: Toshiba Canvio Basics 1TB Portable Hard Drive If you’re traveling this weekend, you’re [...]

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Yahoo! launches its own mobile web browser, Axis

It’s no secret that Yahoo! has been largely marginalized in recent years in the tech world, with Google becoming the dominant search behemoth. The company has struggled to find its place, had some drama at the executive level with various news stories, and overall has not really been at the top of the mind of the [...]


$70,000 KickStarter project makes plugging in iPhone in the dark an illuminating experience

Most of us these days use our cell phones as an alarm clock. If we’re not using our devices to help wake us up each morning, we almost certainly have them sitting on the table beside our beds at night. It’s just the way it is. For me, when I go to bed each night, [...]


Etcher will turn your iPad into an Etch A Sketch that’s better than the real thing

The Etch A Sketch is one of those hallmark childhood toys that transcended generations. Our parents probably had one, we had one as kids, and…well…the rise of technology has more or less put the children of today in a place where they might not even know what an Etch A Sketch is. There’s a KickStarter [...]


The unseen benefits of tablet computing (by @brettbristow22)

As we advance from desktop computing, to laptops, smartphones, and now to tablets, we have changed the way in which we use these devices because of form factor as well as availability of their software. In this Post-PC era many are still on the fence about tablet computers and if they really are going to be [...]

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Customer Letter: ZAGGfolio Protects iPad From Wicked Road Rash And Tire Tread (True Story)

My seven year old, when getting out of the car this morning, manages to knock my soft sided leather “grip” onto the running board of my Jeep unbeknownst to me. I leave the school merging on to Cantrell Road, one of the main roads into downtown Little Rock. A car in front of me stops [...]

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Why the iPad Will Not Support Multiple Users

Apple’s engineering team is currently investigating support for multiple users on the iPad, saying that it is a ‘known issue.’ The reports of Apple investigating multi-user support stem from a developer who submitted the feature request to Apple. He later received the following response: Multi-user support is something that I have wished for since I [...]


eBay Redesigned the iPad App. Why? For Users. Not for Apple. (via @jkhowland)

Any website called Beautiful Pixels has my attention. Mikhail Madnani, reviewed the new 2.0 release of the iPad app from eBay. Sometimes it’s surprising that companies don’t support the latest features of the iPad, like the retina display. Sometimes it’s surprising when they do. Company of design? eBay isn’t exactly known for it’s impressive design. [...]


Evernote is taking handwriting seriously – Acquires Penultimate. (via @jkhowland)

I have always been disappointed in the lack of ink notes in the Evernote iPad app. In fact, it’s the reason I left Evernote for Penultimate and Simplenote. I recently suggested that Evernote should acquire an ink app. Evernote Acquires Penultimate Cocoa Box is the development house behind Penultimate. The app is beautifully simple, and [...]

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