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iOS 5: Stepping on a few toes

It has been a few days since Apple has unveiled its latest update to its iOS mobile operating system and  as a “fanboy,” I’m pretty excited about it. However, as I watched the proceedings, I must say that the immediate reaction that kept cropping up was “(insert tech company or developer here) isn’t going to be happy [...]

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iMessage to destroy text messaging plans?

Apparently, according to Daring Fireball, iPhone carriers AT&T, Verizon, and others found out about the new messaging app at the keynote yesterday. iMessage gives iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad users free and unlimited text, picture, video, location, or data messaging between iOS 5 devices (iPhones, iPod touches, & iPads).

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iCloud Storage – It’s About Time!

Cloud-based storage and data-retrieval has been all the rage as of late, and rumors as to whether Apple would adopt their own type of Cloud system have been circulating like mad.  Let the rumors end –iCloud has officially been revealed. First off, iCloud is free.  That right there should be enough reason for you to [...]

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iOS 5 Looks Pretty Slick

This is the week that most nerds have marked on their calendars in red ink.  Yes, it is the week of WWDC and E3.  For the nerds who love Apple as well as video games, this week is truly nerdvana.  Speaking of WWDC, a very cool thing was announced today –iOS 5. So what can [...]

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Apple More Valuable Than Microsoft+Intel

A while back we had some posts on this blog discussing how Apple has become the most valuable brand, ever.  Recently the Cupertino Company has been valued as much more than just the most valuable brand, however. MacDailyNews did some number crunching on Friday once the market had closed and predicted Microsoft at a market [...]

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Windows 8 Unveiled – Shows Big Changes

Microsoft has official unveiled new features of its up-and-coming operating system. The next generation OS, it’s yet to be determined if it will be called “Windows 8″, (its “internal code-name”), “delivers a completely re-imagined user interface, with a heavy emphasis on touch-based functionality that takes a hefty helping of inspiration from the Windows Phone UI”, [...]

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Want to Sleep Better? Try the Lark!

Is there anything an iPhone can’t do?  I bet there isn’t much, and if it can’t do something now, I would be willing to bet it won’t be long before it can.  Interesting apps are constantly being developed and made available.  Now, a new company, Lark, out of Palo Alto, California is releasing an add-on [...]

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Patchlife: A diary of your online life

I signed up for Patchlife (Beta) the other day, intrigued by the idea of an online diary of my social media interactions. Patchlife integrates your activity on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Flickr, Foursquare, Instagram, Posterous, and any blog RSS feeds to create a calendar of posts. Pros: With a clean, simple interface, Patchlife is a cinch [...]

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Tasty Tech Tuesday: Three iPhone Camera apps that kick trash

Whew it seems like this past weekend flew by. With all the Memorial Day vacations, I took a handful of photos on my iPhone. And if you know anything about me from my previous posts, its that I am addicted to Instagram and iphone-ography. I practically live my life through my iPhone camera. Well after [...]

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Are these Android smartphones better than the iPhone?

The iPhone has had a good run, being at the top of the game when it comes to smartphones. But, that could all change with the Android phones “that aim to bury the tuckered-out leader this year,” according to Scott Moritz’s article on Yahoo! Shopping. He also says that Samsung, Motorola, HTC, and LG “have promised [...]

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