Going to San Diego Comic-Con this year? I'll be there, on the show floor, lamenting my broken-down Toms for their lack of arch support and scouring the booths for any cool art, iOS apps and Mac games. Stop by our booth (booth #4445!) for our custom Incipio iPad 2 case giveaway, and a live demo from iPad artist Stephane Kardos. Also, be sure to stay tuned to the site for coverage and our Facebook page to win your very own Incipio Feather for the iPad 2!
On this week's Mac|Life show, Robbie and Flo discuss Apple's response to the negativity surrounding Final Cut Pro X's release. Also, Google's got a new social networking thing. Maybe you've heard of it?
Ever wanted to put your iPad on the plane, train or automobile? Or perhaps strap it to your chest like a bold Braveheart warrior? MyPadLife can facilitate! It's an iPad case that comes with four different straps so that you can put it virtually anywhere. It costs $29.99 and a few review will be up on the next edition of Best Case Scenario.
In a rather remarkable sign of the times, the embrace of modern technology sometimes appears in places you might not always expect. After the cut, check out a video of The Pope launching the official Vatican news website with his iPad.
This week, Robbie and Flo discuss the recent slow down in production of iPhone 4s, and debate whether or not the next iPhone model will be dubbed the "5" or the "4S". Also, a quick spiel about the new Final Cut Pro X.
Want to win a sweet pair of headphones? We're giving away a pair of SteelSeries Siberia V2 headphones to one lucky Mac|Life Show viewer. The headphones feature optimized soundscape technology and are made specifically for your iOS device, with controls on the cords and everything. There's even a pull out microphone! All you have to do is leave a comment below with your favorite band, and we'll pick a winner at random at the end of this week. If you win, we'll send you an email! Happy playing!
After the snoozefest that was the Google I/O event, today's Inside Search event is a party of crammed inside a browser of amazing search features. Google annouced features for both the mobile and desktop space. Get ready to figure where that mystery photo of you was taken.