Behold the wondrous tale of Apple’s legendary Tablet computer,
documenting nearly a decade of openly whispered secrets, extraordinary
rumors, astonishing apparitions and intrepid souls who pore through
patent databases, ask hard questions, and dare to speculate about the
magic being conjured up behind closed doors in Cupertino.
There’s nothing quite like the glow of tubes burning hot in a heavy,
smoky tube amplifier for making an electric guitar sing and scream. But
when you want the sweet sound of six-string Nirvana to go, Native
Instruments’ slick new Guitar Rig Mobile offers a cool combination of a
tiny hardware interface and the stripped-down power of their potent
Guitar Rig software studio for just around a hundred bucks--and it’s got
plenty of big audio bang to fuel your rock ’n’ roll dreams.
Who hasn't heard this line before?
It's the ever popular line from the series of iPhone ads that show
consumers whatever it is that they want to do, it's possible to do it
with an iPhone. But there are people in the U.K that didn't think this
was the case.
AT&T truly is the carrier we all love to hate. They have continued what seems like a trend of daily screw ups. This time, AT&T seems to have requested that Apple to remove the popular third-party app, GV Mobile, from the App Store.
Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later. Regardless of who is
pulling the strings concerning the Google Voice debacle, developers,
iPhone owners, and even journalists are up in arms concerning arbitrary
pulling and blocking of iPhone apps.
This week the staff celebrates episode 100 with something that is bound to have you commenting with disregard to Robbie's feelings. The Apple Tablet rumor keeps coming back. This time we plan on plunging a stake into it's heart and cutting off its head.