As the iPad becomes increasingly popular in the business space, Hammerhead has released a stylish keyboard case that's fitting for the enterprise.
This case has tremendous usage and durability. It's classy on the outside and performance ready on the inside. Its beautiful leather exteriors come in both red and black, designed to fit into any work environment. The interior is lined with scratch-proof fabric that won't scratch the iPad's shiny chassis.
For most folks it's been a real scorcher of a summer so far, and with all the nice sun, record breaking temps, and sweltering days, packing up shop and hitting the beach to cool off and have a little fun is sounding like a great idea. Make sure you're fully stocked with plenty of food, water, and sunscreen before you hop in the car and head towards the sandy waterfront, but also don't forget to load up a few of these helpful apps to enhance your beach-going experience. From keeping entertained and well-fed to watching the weather and avoiding sunburn, we've rounded up everything you need for a fun day under the sun.
It's pretty much all Dark Knight Rises wherever you go and sure, we've got some of that love for you too. But that's not the only hot property going around the internet. There's always something Apple, always something in the water. So take a peek at what's under the cover including Steam's huge Summer Sale, some bad news for a handset maker, and something curious going on with Office 2013.
A little later than usual, but nonetheless awesome, the annual Steam Summer Sale officially kicked off this past weekend. Windows-compatible titles still make up the lion's share of computer games, but thanks in no small part to Valve's desktop-client, you'll find no shortage of excellent downloadable games on sale this week. Here's a selection of some of the best Mac-ready titles for less than $10.
Bruce Wayne runs a billion-dollar company, builds cool gadgets in secret, and has a killer flair for the theatrical, so it’s no surprise Apple fans like us are stoked for The Dark Knight Rises. We’re just not excited about waiting even a handful of hours more for the movie to release! At least our iOS devices can help us live the Gotham City lifestyle until we get to kick back and watch Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, and Tom Hardy do it for us. With this utility belt of apps, you too can tap into your inner hero––or villain––and rule the streets, wherever you happen to be.
If you're like us, you're tired of having the same iPhone case as everyone else on the bus. We've even seen people toting the same cases we've bought from Amazon! At least it's still likely that something you get from Etsy will be original. So, we've compiled our ten favorite Etsy finds, just for funsies. While only some of these cases come from true local artisans, they're all unique, artful, and, for the most part, reasonably priced.
Judging by the announcements at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) this year, console video game developers are well aware of the growing community of gamers with tablets and smartphones, and aim to capitalize on these crossover players with both a controller in their hands and an iOS device in their lap. Many new companion apps are coming down the line, but several are already available for some of the biggest console hits around. Here are eight that can enhance your traditional TV gaming experience.
It was the week of Comic-Con and the week when Steam broke the internet by causing a stampede with their annual Summer Sale, and most of all it was another week with Apple and all the fun stuff you can do with your iOS device and your Macs. And it just my be that crazy summer heat, but we even allowed that Apple could learn a thing or two from rival Microsoft. Yeah, it was that kind of week.
It may be Friday the 13th, but today is your lucky day if you're interested in sweet deals on apps. We've got a goodly stack just waiting to turn your bad luck into great. So sit back, fire up the App Store, and get downloading because with this much free sweetness, how could you possibly complain?
I'm down in San Diego this week to do some reporting for a story you'll read in a future issue of Mac|Life, and there's so much to see here that I wanted to share it with you in gallery form. Every year, over 100,000 people flock to sometimes-sunny-but-always-muggy San Diego (I'm sorry, the weather here is a complete contrast to what I'm used to in San Francisco) to gawk at celebrities, spend hundreds and thousands of dollars on collectibles, and meet their inspirations. It's a gathering of the geeks--a mecca, if you will--and though your feet ache by the sixth hour of the second day, somehow it's always worth it.