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By Cindy Downes on Mon, 10/04/2010
XtremeMac comes through for me every time! I just received two new iPhone 4 cases to try out: the XtremeMac Tuffwrap and XtremeMac Tuffwrap Tatu.
I like my iPhone cases to be protective, but slim. I also like to show my personality with color and design. The XtremeMac line of cases does all of this.
By Jim Karpen on Mon, 10/04/2010
The rap against the iPad is that it's more for consuming content than creating. But people are using it to create content in interesting ways. An article on Business Insider, titled 10 Ways People Are Using The iPad To Create Content, Not Just Consume It," presents an amazing slide show of images and video.
By Todd Bernhard on Mon, 10/04/2010
By Louis Senecal on Sun, 10/03/2010
By Nate Adcock on Sun, 10/03/2010
Really am loving the new iPod touch! In my previous unbox post, went over some of the main design aspects, and now will cover it's new features in more detail, and also in contrast to my current 2G model. The touch has a great 3.5" Retina touchscreen, and if you are also upgrading from a 2G, the first thing you will appreciate about it is the crisp and clear way in which the graphics jump out at you. Apple has outfitted this new iPod with some great enhancements on top of what was already a winning product, but I still have a few grumbles.
By Brittany Irvine on Sun, 10/03/2010
Have you ever wondered where you could take to figure out what news is going on in the industrial world? Ever wanted to keep up with the latest industrials news to see how it was going to impact you? Look no further than the ThomasNet.com. Thomasnet.com as an application in the app store that is most worth checking out. The Thomasnet application is completely free from the apple store, and provides up to date news stories and information useful to anyone.
By Mike Riley on Sun, 10/03/2010
With the iPhone 4's built-in GPS features, navigating as well as selecting music to play while driving can a dangerous proposition. Fortunately, iPhone accessory maker LUXA2 has created a car mount that makes such a task much less risky.
By Louis Senecal on Sat, 10/02/2010
I have a bunch of updates here that I wanted to share. It’s a very long post so I apologize. Hey, I’m a talker, I can’t help it.
My birthday was last month and I was very fortunate to rack up a good amount of Apple gift cards. My plan was to upgrade to the new iPod Touch (I got a quick hands on today at the Apple store and it was neat). I was interested in the updates that my 2G does not have.
BUT just recently, my cell phone broke so I needed to get that replaced. Now I am a PAYG AT&T user.
By Jim Karpen on Sat, 10/02/2010
I want a case for one purpose: toting my iPad wherever I go. And I want that case to be over my shoulder and out of the way. My first solution was the Kensington Sling Bag, which I posted about in early May. It served my needs well, but I wore it out in a few months of heavy use: frayed and coming apart at the seams. Fortunately, just as it was fading, STM sent me their Jacket iPad. And it's just what I was hoping to find.
By Todd Bernhard on Sat, 10/02/2010
Imagine my surprise to get an email from Adam Curry, the guy I watched in the '80s introducing music videos to the world via the just-launched MTV channel. Over the years, Adam has embraced change, becoming one of the first celebrities to launch a website and a podcast. More recently, Curry launched The Big App Show, a free app that highlights one app a day. Originally, The Big App Show was strictly for the iPhone but he has just added Android apps. Adam demos the apps in a unique way, by superimposing himself, green screen style, over the live screencast, in portrait mode, suitable for viewing directly on the iPhone.
By Jim Karpen on Fri, 10/01/2010
Whew, I just finished an article for the magazine about all the video streaming options for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. A big job. We've covered a number of them, and most entail some sort of cost. Joost, though, is free, and the content is free. It offers a motley assortment of content that can be fun. I enjoyed watching a couple old Rocky & Bullwinkle episodes, and The Lone Ranger. The app streams celebrity news and gossip, music videos, action sports, comedy, and original web content.
By Todd Bernhard on Fri, 10/01/2010
My first article for Thaddeus Publishing, makers of iPhone Life, was printed in 1992 and it was entitled "On the road with my HP 95LX." I am about to go on another road trip, for Voices That Matter iPhone Development Training in Philadelphia. Technically, it's a train trip, and with a nearly ten hour commute each way, I want to be prepared. My iPad is not the 3G model so I am looking for apps that let me load up on reading material for the ride. I could get some books via iBooks, but I'm more of a magazine guy.
By Gary Abel on Fri, 10/01/2010
Did you know you can ask your iPhone for the time of day? I often forget about using Voice Command on my iPhone. It's a great way to use the iPhone in a hands-free situation. It is especially useful while driving or when you need one of your hands free to do something else. Below is a list of commands you can use.
Commands for making a call:
“Call”/”dial” plus name or telephone number
Command for use with the iPod function
“Play playlist” plus playlist name.
“Play playlist gym songs”.
“Play album” plus name.
By Jim Karpen on Thu, 09/30/2010
Tango Video Calls (free) was just released today and seems another good option in addition to FaceTime and Skype. Calling is free, and you can connect with other iPhone 3GS or 4 users, as well as with Android phones. It works over 3G and Wi-Fi. You can invite friends and others via one-click email or text message. The app automatically imports your iPhone contacts. It lets you easily switch to audio only, and to swap the large and small screens so that you can see more clearly what the other person is seeing.