For struggling musicians, the
fast-track to superstardom is no longer steady rotation on a popular
radio station or an opening-act slot on the next Coldplay tour. Look no further than the iTunes App Store.
Adobe wants you to assume it’s a must-buy upgrade. Depending on how you use Photoshop, though, that may not be true. We give you the unvarnished truth about the latest iteration of the world’s most well-known app.
Special Edition iPods were all the rage a few years ago. Seemed like new iPods were being introduced every other week celebrating a celebrity or movie. Unfortunately, it's going to take more than some laser etching to impress the Mac|Life staff. So we've dreamed up a few iPods we'd be proud to plug our headphones into.
The holidays are officially upon us. You're probably busy shopping for presents, selecting large pieces of meat, and cooking delicious "test" pies to make sure your recipe will be a winner when the family arrives.
Take breather, while you were fretting over whether to serve cranberry sauce or sweet potatoes--we suggest both--we continued to bring you the best Apple articles in the known Universe.
We spoke with EA’s main iPhone boss, Travis Boatman, Vice President of
Worldwide Studios, for the straight dish on his company’s iPhone
development efforts. EA has already partnered with Apple to deliver
games to the clickwheel iPod, but what do the touch-feely iPhone and
iPod touch offer game developers?
Macs are pretty reliable computers, but that doesn’t mean they’re not vulnerable to user error, accidents, and, in some cases, just plain stupidity. We compile a list of the most common “uh-oh” moments on a Mac and show you how to make them all better--and prevent them from happening in the future.
This week we marvel at the workmanship of a Hackintosh netbook, share our thoughts on the best, and worst, Apple laptops and peer pressure Ray into buying an eMate off of eBay. Plus, we wish we all had a sweet name like Papermaster, we just don't want to be sued by Big Blue because of it.
From multi-colored handles to slide-in docks and illuminated keyboards, portables Macs have been nothing less than an evolution of ingenuity. We’ve sifted through all the blueberries, tangerines and upside-down apples to bring you the best and worst of the lot.