Way back in my very first post, I told you about iPhone icon paperclips I'd found on Etsy. Now the creator of those little designs has made my headlines again with these iPhone icon magnets. Proving very popular, they're sold on Bear Duck Designs and cost a nifty $38 (that's about £23).
The pack contains all 20 standard icons (SMS, calendar, mail, safari etc.) and comes in a handy little tin shaped like an iPhone! Trinkets like these can brighten up a room or desk-space of the most ... more
Apple will be spending $4-million dollars to renovate a triangle in a run-down area in Chicago. This area is next to its future Halsted Street retail store. The agreement was signed on 19 August with the Chicago Transit Authority to use that money to add subway access to that area.
“In the agreement approved at an August 19th Chicago Transit Board meeting, in exchange for the improvements the CTA will lease the bus turnaround to Apple at no cost for 10 years, ... more
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Google has released an official developer preview of their Chrome Browser for Mac OS X. Chrome, like Apple's Safari, is based on the open source webkit platform.
Google Chrome claims to be faster than any other web browser. I honestly cannot tell the difference. However, I do know it's faster than Firefox when it starts up.
Chrome is a very slim with not too many frills web-browser. It's very minimalistic, much like Google's website and other google products. On the Mac Chrome ... more
On the October 16th, supposedly off the record, meeting at the Internal Neiman Jornalism Lab at Harvard Bill Keller, Executive Editor for the New York Times, might have let something slip: when listing several platforms the Times is working on bringing content to he mentioned something that could be the oh so desirable Apple tablet. At 8.33 in the video he says:
"I'm hoping we can get the newsroom more actively involved in the challenge of delivering our best journalism in the form of Times Reader, iPhone apps, WAP, or the ... more
The hardest pill to swallow is knowing that your shiny new laptop will eventually be replaced by some other shiny new laptop within a matter of months. It's one of the prime reasons that leasing a computer or even signing up for some payment plan through a telco is a bad idea.
Today, we get evidence that another MacBook Pro might be on the verge of release or has at least hit the testing phase. Current Macbook Pros are sitting at Model 5_*, and we're now seeing references to 6_* models ... more
Yesterday apple released new iMacs, amongst them are the 27" iMacs. There are a few things that separate the new iMacs from the newly updated 21.5" iMacs.
The first is the VESA mounts. The new 27" iMacs support standard VESA mounts. What this means is that you can mount any 27" iMac onto a wall. This has not been the case with any of the previous iMac iterations. None of the 24", 20", or 17" iMacs were capable of this. ... more
Though I’m usually not a huge fan of iPad sleeves, there are a few that really stick out from the crowd. One of these sleeves is the Bowden by the folks at FineGrain, a relatively new startup that focuses on iPad sleeves. The Bowden is a sleeve that is handcrafted
I’ve had a long relationship with Realmac Software, and their applications. The first time I came across one of their products with Little Snapper, which I’m pretty sure showed up in my email because of a MacHeist bundle I had purchased early on in my Mac life. Since then, I’ve