Love was in the air. As was the smell of flowers and candies and chocolate and that really warm funny smell that comes out the vents of your MacBook when you've been streaming videos for hours. Yes, love.
So instead of finishing off that Whitman's Sampler, give your waistline and your scale a break and sample some of this week's tasty treats from the Mac|Life crew. We promise: no coconut.
Last night Adobe, along with the National Association of Photoshop
Professionals, celebrated 20 years of its flagship photo-manipulation
application at the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre in San Francisco. Along with a series of demos showing the progression of Photoshop over the years, Adobe showed the audience Photoshop 1.0.7 on the iPhone.
Moore's Law rocks and keeps on
rocking! Simply stated, it generally runs that the amount of awesome in
your computer and other digital devices will double every two years.
Just consider how the iPod has improved since it arrived in 5 and 10 GB
models in 2001.
After being widely reported in recent weeks that Apple has been pushing television networks for 99 cent TV shows, one of the “big four” networks appears ready to reduce prices -- at least for some shows.
Rumors have persisted for three years that Apple would be adding a front-facing camera to the iPhone similar to high-end devices from Nokia and others -- and a new patent revealed this week shows that the day may finally be near.
As much progress as Apple has made with the iPhone OS in just three short years, there’s one enormous elephant in the room that gets a lot of press but which the company stubbornly seems to ignore: Multitasking.
One of the great excitements about the iPad bringing books to its large
screen was the potential for comic books and magazines to really deliver
some killer content. The 9.7" color screen could bring seriously
enhanced readability as well as create a new genre of interactive
In response to one overlooked demographic,
Oceanhouse Media has launched additional iPhone and iPod touch apps
featuring some beloved children's titles.And they've got their eyes set on the iPad.
Fret not, Mac gamers. Though your PC brethern may be infiltrating your
Twitter feed with inane status updates boasting their Zerg domination,
you can lay low knowing deep in your heart that Blizzard is, allegedly,
developing StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty for both Mac and PC.