3 More Features Mountain Lion Is Taking From iOS (via @jkhowland)

There are a few more features Mountain Lion is taking from iOS. Dictation Dictation on the Mac works just like the iPhone. It lets you speak into the built-in microphone and converts it to text. In fact, if you say ‘comma’ or ‘exclamation point,’ Dictation will punctuate for you. Dictation is likely using the same [...]

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Apple has paid app developers over $5 billion for App Store sales. Here’s a list of things you can buy with $5 billion

Tim Cook announced in Monday’s keynote that iOS developers have been paid over $5 billion for App Store sales. Wow. For fun, I put together a list of things you can buy with 5 billion dollars: 162 Gulfstream 550 private jets. All of IKEA’s combined profits from 2009 and 2010. The entire New York Yankees [...]


The Long-Awaited Official Infinity Blade: Dungeons Gameplay Video

Part of Apple’s iPad 3 announcement in March included a quick demo of Epic Games’ Infinity Blade: Dungeons title. This new game continues the story of the Infinity Blade series, but changes the gameplay from a slash-in-between-cut-scenes to a full fledged RPG walk-about. It’s been ‘Coming Soon’ ever since. I suspected the game would be [...]


Another Apple iPad Prototype Hits eBay, Sells for $10,200

The Verge reports that a prototype of the first-generation iPad hit eBay with a starting price of $4,800, and eventually sold for $10,200. What makes this prototype interesting is the addition of a second dock connector for landscape docking. This landscape docking was a widely rumored feature leading up to the launch of the iPad, [...]


Genius idea: Outbox Turns All of Your Mail Into Email (by @calebhicks)

An Austin-based startup, Outbox, has an ambitious plan to turn your real mail into email, and it just might work. The company securely takes your mail in your behalf and scans the physical mail, catalogs and bills and pushes the email to your iPad where it can be read, sorted, and stored. The company has [...]

iPad in business

iPad: ‘shiny’ gadget, or powerful business tool? (by @mrgnw)

Some people believe that the iPad is a shiny device that isn’t meant for use in business. Why they’re right Most people who say the iPad is “not fit for business” are really saying “it doesn’t run Microsoft Office, doesn’t have a keyboard.” — Morgan Williams (@mrgnw) June 6, 2012 See also: Was Steve Jobs wrong [...]

Report: Siri will be fully functional on the iPad when iOS 6 launches

Report: Siri will be fully functional on the iPad when iOS 6 launches

Those of you who have been wanting to have Siri accessible on your iPad might not have to wait much longer – that is, if you own a retina display iPad. reported Monday that Siri is very likely to be included in its fully functional form (that is, more than the voice transcribing in [...]


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 [...]

Yahoo Web Browser Axis

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 [...]

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