Steve Jobs is such a tease. At the end of every major Apple event, he waits until the very end to announce just "one more thing," and it's always a very special thing. With WWDC right around the corner (ahem, Monday!), we thought we'd commemorate with a gallery the top ten best and most awesome times Steve's ever uttered our favorite catch phrase.
It's been a year since iOS 4 was announced and five major releases later, we're finally ready to bring in the next iteration of Apple's mobile operating system. iOS 5 is just around the corner, and while we're not entirely sure of all the features that will be mentioned at Monday's event, we'd sure like to take a stab at guessing. You never know -- sometimes these things, they come true.
This week we've reviewed the fabulous new Android handset from HTC -- the HTC Sensation. We've also reviewed the latest Canon PowerShot SX230 HS compact as well as the Panasonic TX-P42GT30B 3D plasma among scores of other reviews. Read on for the full list.
It's a rumorrific week for Apple fans as we gird our loins for the excitement that is the annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. What will be revealed? What is already known? What surprises lie in wait? And how can we speculate more feverishly? These are all things the news loses its mind about, every single time Apple decides to host an event. But there were a few other nuggets out there in Newslandia. Let's not forget those stories.
After Adobe ditched GoLive as their primary web development software in 2008, Dreamweaver has settled nicely into the rest of the Creative Suite. With CS5.5, Adobe brings the industry-leading web authoring and editing software another leap forward with enhanced support for CSS3, HTML5 and much more.
As any Apple fan knows, the company likes to offer one last morsel at most of its media events, usually introduced with CEO Steve Jobs announcing there’s “one more thing.” We’re fully expecting that the tradition will continue with Monday’s keynote to kick off WWDC 2011 -- so here are a few likely candidates.
Mac users may think of Final Cut Pro by default when they think about high-end video editing software, since Adobe abandoned the platform entirely for a number of years. But Premiere Pro (and its audio-editing companion, Audition) are back and better than ever thanks to the new Creative Suite 5.5 update.
To most fans, Apple can do no wrong. But we can all agree that there are a few things Apple could do more right. From near field communication to 4G, there are more than just a few technologies we'd like to see in the iOS devices of the future. We're sure some of these will come to fruition sooner than others, but either way, here's to wishful thinking.
Have you ever taken a photo with your iOS device, only to later find out that it is missing? Or perhaps you had to reset your iOS device before you could retrieve your photo? No problem! As long as you've synced your device, you can retrieve your photo from old iOS backups using a Mac application called Picturescue.