If Apple doesn't have a 10-inch tablet prototype in testing right now, I'll print this column and eat it.
got tech vendors and unnamed sources leaking like mad various tidbits
about the hardware and software specs, while publishers and content
providers suggest a whole new market share for Apple to conquer. Then
you've got this.
Every day, life presents any number of problems that need solving—from
settling bets to knowing which fish are OK to eat to remembering where
the soupspoon goes in a formal table setting. Your iPhone or iPod touch
can act as a digital Swiss Army knife, offering up the right tool to
get you through almost any dilemma. We review and rate a collection of
handy helper apps and ass-saving accessories that are sure to boost
your rep as the consummate boy scout, always prepared for anything.
While it's only two years too late, AT&T has decided that for a
select few users they would add MMS functionality two weeks early.
While the official date is set for September 25th, it's possible the
carrier might attempt a slow-roll-out of the new service just to let
steam off ahead of the launch.
Oh, Palm Pre, how
dearly you wish you were an iPhone, going so far as to trick iTunes
into recognizing you as such. But, you know what, Pre? You're not an
iPhone. You're never going to be an iPhone no matter how many times you
update your OS.
Despite many predictions and amid much speculation, 09/09/09's "It's
only rock and roll, but we like it" Apple event did not kick off with
these words: Number nine, number nine, number nine. What else didn't
Just a week ago we were predicting a
lengthy wait time for the Vonage app to work its way through the
mysteries of the App Store approval process. Well, with the
announcement of its approval, we admit we were wrong, but only partly.
Ah, the App Store, what would we do without your dramas? Fresh off the Google Voice debacle, all eyes turn again to the mysteries of the App Store approval process as Vonage finds their app in limbo awaiting approval.