By Donna Cleveland on Fri, 11/27/2015
Sponsored By Kyasi 3D Gladiator Glass Screen Protector on Mon, 11/23/2015
I’ve tried a lot of screen protectors at this point. I have discovered that finding a screen protector that protects your iPhone is the easy part. It’s finding one that’s easy to install and doesn’t leave weird bubbles of trapped air between the protector and your phone's surface that can be challenging. Kyasi sent me its 3D Gladiator Glass Screen Protector ($69.95) to test. Here's my hands on experience with the new glass screen.
By Jim Karpen on Mon, 06/07/2010
In about 5 minutes the keynote by Steve Jobs will begin at the Worldwide Developers Conference. Expect big news from Steve Jobs's keynote. Everyone is assuming it'll be a new phone. You can follow it live on the Macworld website. The keynote begins at 1 pm Eastern, 10 am Pacific.
By Conrad Blickens... on Mon, 06/07/2010
Back from a 3-1/2-day intercontinental trip that included a 17-hour trip to and a 22-hour trip back from Stockholm, Sweden. I checked what I'd usually consider a carry-on (the airlines don't charge for a checked bag on international routes, yet) and simply took along a shoulder bag just large enough for my MacBook Pro, camera, the usual assortment of cables and chargers, and my iPad.
I usually take the MacBook as my main machine, but this time it came along as backup to the iPad. And how did that work out for me?
By Louis Senecal on Sat, 06/05/2010
I took the iPad out today for the first time for a real test in town. My son was getting his haircut so I figured that I could pick up a wifi signal at the salon. Unfortunately I could not pick up any open signals where I was. I can definitely see how the 3G version can be beneficial. So instead of going online, I took the time to play around some more with pages, as I am sitting here typing this up. This is probably one of the most borings posts you ever read, but hey I got some pad practice out of it.
By Jim Karpen on Sat, 06/05/2010
A friend has created a useful app if you're serious about photography. iWatermark ($2.99) puts a digital signature on your photos. This can be useful not only for protecting your intellectual property, but also for promoting your brand by having your logo in all your images.
By Nate Adcock on Fri, 06/04/2010
I'll be getting round to posting up a full review later on Princess Fury, but it looks cool already, and wanted to get the word out that it can be grabbed in the App store. I love any game involving battle strategy (see my recent review of the most excellent Land Air Sea Warfare). So go check out Princess Fury at the links above...and stay tuned for my review.
By Nate Adcock on Fri, 06/04/2010
The game is not hugely challenging, but it is free, and a kinda fun time-killer for when you are standing in line at the store or something (or at the dealer waiting for your financing to get approved). New music tracks are featured in this version, and you can't beat the price...Read on for full press release, links, etc...
By Jim Karpen on Fri, 06/04/2010
CNET has a great article that answers all of your questions about AT&T's new tiered pricing. And it scrutinizes how this new pricing will affect you. Bottom line: many will save money but those who are heavy users are screwed. And the tether option? "it's actually a terrible deal for consumers." David Pogue of the New York Times says that the new plans will save you money. Bottom line: "I think you’ll wind up coming out ahead. I think AT&T has put together one of the fairest, most carefully considered plans in a long time."
By Eric Pankoke on Thu, 06/03/2010
Confession time – I’m not sure I ever actually read the description of Bloomies before I agreed to review it. The screen shots looked cool and a friend said that he and his wife were into it, so that was good enough for me. Then I loaded it up and was like “hey, this is another garden game”. As a result, it took me a few tries before I really was willing to give the game a chance. Turns out that was just sadly wasted game time on my part. While this isn’t the kind of game you’ll play for hours at a time, it’s definitely the kind of game you could play for weeks on end. It doesn’t seem right that a game about growing flowers could be so intriguing, but then that’s part of what makes gaming so great.
By Cindy Downes on Thu, 06/03/2010
I haven't seen this in person, but it looks like a fun gift! Here's the company's blurb:
With the World Cup rapidly approaching, you might be interested in a great soccer gadget to help ring in the festivities of this monumental international sporting event.
The MiSoccer is a uniquely styled ‘made for iPod’ docking station in the shape of a soccer ball that boasts superb audio quality. It’d be a great conversation piece and boom box for any World Cup party or gathering .
The soccer themed docking station is the ultimate music accessory for sports fans
By Louis Senecal on Thu, 06/03/2010
I figured I would post a variety of updates of what I have been doing with my tech lately. These are in no particular order.
Documents to go was updated two days ago with support for the iPad. This app is now a universal binary so it can be used on the iPad, Touch, and iPhone. I am looking forward to using it more on the Pad as I think I will get more use of it there than I have had on the Touch.
I recently downloaded and started using the DropBox file service.
By Jim Karpen on Thu, 06/03/2010
I love the Slacker and Pandora websites — free services that let you create your own radio stations that only stream music that you like. Both are very popular, and both have iPhone apps. Now Slacker has taken an interesting — and timely — new direction. Given the constraint on data usage in AT&T's new plans, the ability of Slacker Radio 2.0 (released today) to cache songs can be a convenient and money-saving feature.
By Louis Senecal on Wed, 06/02/2010
JBL released their On Stage Micro II last week. This is one of their portable speaker docks, which works with the iPhone, iPods, as well as some other devices. They were kind enough to send me a loaner unit (Thank You), which I have been using for a few weeks. Want to know what I think about it, then please read on.
By Jim Karpen on Wed, 06/02/2010
iLounge is offering a free downloadable pdf buyer's guide for all things related to the iPad, iPhone, and iPod. The 150-page guide helps you choose a particular model and highlights a wide range of accessories and apps. The guide has three sections: a 40-page section on iPad-related products, a 60-page section for iPhone and iPod, and a section with articles that give an in-depth look at six leading makers of products for these devices.
By Jim Karpen on Wed, 06/02/2010
By Todd Bernhard on Wed, 06/02/2010
Those of you who paid the extra $130 based on the promise of unlimited 3G data for your iPad for $30/month without a contract, you need to know that the rug has been pulled out from under you.
Effective June 7th (the same day Steve Jobs will be speaking at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, and likely announcing the next iPhone), all that you know has changed.