Sort of a deductive reasoning game based around numbers, Everyday Genius’ Square Logic could be Sudoku’s more creative and colorful sibling. Much like in Sudoku, you’re presented with a grid, which must be filled in with numbers, and there can only be one of each number in every row and column. The similarities end there, […]
Archives for April 2011
After being extensively delayed due to production issues it appears the white iPhone is finally coming to retail stores. According to numerous reports, white iPhone are sporadically popping up in European and some state side stores. The official launch date appears to be tomorrow April 27th for almost all stores that have received stock of […]
The newest MacBook Pro released early this February is merely a stopgap before Apple totally revamps the laptop’s design. According to MacRumors, reliable sources are saying the next generation MacBook Pro coming either later this year or next will be sporting an all new case design. Ilounge also reported a new case design would be […]
The last MacBook Air refresh was October of last year during Apple’s Back To The Mac Event which led to a thinner design, longer battery life, new CPU and was released alongside a 11-inch model. A new update to the MacBook Air may be coming this Summer. Production for the new Air is starting this […]
Only a Japanese video game could offer you the chance to play as a cup of noodles, a hamster in a ball, a zombie, a lantern, a magazine, a squid, or a rice ball. Except this “Japanese” game was made by a bunch of Brits. What?
Apple wasn’t hesitant about killing off the Xserve without introducing a brand new Mac. Instead eager server buyers were directed to the Mac Pro and Mac Mini which were are both too extreme for a server environment. A rumor indicates that the next generation Mac Pro will fill the void left by the Xserve and […]
News yesterday made rounds that iPhones have been storing location data and when extracted can give a near precise reading of where you’ve been since installing the iOS 4.0 update. Users and even a senator are raising concern about the issue. The tracking data uses cell tower triangulation over GPS so the information collected by […]
Much like the classic party game, Boggle for iPad is quick, easy-to-pick-up, and fun. With just one drawback.
Apple recently released a slew of updates for Safari, OS X and iOS. Snow Leopard and Safari The updates for Safari, Leopard and Snow Leopard are modest but contain the latest security fixes. Safari is updated to version 5.0.5 which patches Webkit vulnerabilities. Apple also released the Security Update 2011-002 for all version of Leopard […]
The white iPhone 4 has been one of Apple’s most elusive yet most public products. Announced alongside its black counterpart and delayed several times, many have questioned whether or not Apple will even sell the phone. However, multiple sources have confirmed the white iPhone 4 is still on track for a Spring launch. Many are […]
I’ve never met anyone who doesn’t love Life, the classic Milton Bradley board game. It ranks alongside Monopoly, Clue, Catan, and Scrabble as one of the most popular board games of all time. You might expect EA Mobile to skimp on features for the iPhone version of the game, but instead, every feature of the […]
Rumors have been pointing towards a fall launch for the iPhone 5 which will take the stage at Apple’s iPod Media event. We reported Summer may be reserved for an extensive launch of OS X Lion but the late fall launch of Apple iPhone 5 may be to protect sales of the iPhone Multiple analysts […]
Are you looking for a sleeve to protect your MacBook Pro when it’s bundled with books and supplies in a backpack or for general coverage? Incase’s Nylon Protective Sleeve for the 13″ MacBook Pro not only does the job but looks great. About Incase’s Nylon sleeve The Nylon sleeve comes in various color schemes but […]
Apple’s Final Cut Pro may be set for a massive overhaul with a launch that is nothing short of awesome according to several sources. The newest version of the professional video editing App will be announced this Tuesday at the place it made its first public debut: a user group meet in Las Vegas. A […]
Verizon iPad owners are experiencing a strange problem that has yet to crop up on the 3G version of the device: perpetual data roaming. Puzzled iPad owners have turned to Apple and Verizon for a fix but the problem may not be so easily cured. The roaming issue may be related to the Preferred Roaming […]