Keyboards are highly personal items. Some folks like huge, clackety, old-school keyboards with tactile feedback, while others go for small and light. And if small and light is what you’re after, Microsoft’s new Arc is a decent, portable, chiclet-style keyboard that works well alongside your Mac--provided you can put up with the indignity of backward function keys.
Reporting a bug for a third-party iPhone is easy to do via the App Store app on my iPhone, but where do I go when there’s a bug or conflict with the first-party apps from Apple? How do we let Apple know that something is wonky?
Journaling is an easy way to score a great deal of personal satisfaction. By scribbling down your daily trials for posterity’s sake, you’ll be able to look back on the successes and train wrecks of your life, alternating between whimsy and the cold sweats of remorse for years to come. If you’re a novice to journaling, you’ll want to settle on a method that’s easy to use, secure and reliable. Having used MaxJournal on my iPad for over a month, I can say that the application more than fits the bill.
Once a stronghold of privacy, Facebook has started playing fast & loose with users’ personal data in recent months. If you’re scratching your head wondering how all of this affects you as a user of the service, read on.
So, you love your level 75 Human Rogue, but you just can't see to find enough time to head over to the auction house at Ironforge to get yourself that lovely coat of armor you've been coveting all this time? Fortunately for you, Blizzard has released all the juicy details about the Remote Auction House functionality of the Mobile Armory app. However, it only works for a tiny number of World of Warcraft servers because it's still in beta.
Apple has opened the doors to the international iPad Store more than a week prior to the official hardware launch date. Though foreign owners of the American iPads have been able to obtain apps for their device, they've only be able to do so from the iTunes software and not from the App Store browsing on the iPad.
If you’ve had restless nights wondering what Google plans to do with the VP8 video codec since it purchased creator On2, wonder no more: The search giant has announced a new, open video format for the web built around the technology.
While hardly a new policy, Apple has been forcing potential iPad buyers to pay with a credit or debit card, refusing to accept cash. That is, until a news report earlier this week shed light on the situation.
Thought the recent onslaught of Steam for Mac titles were the end of the story? Think again -- the invasion is just ramping up, with a second wave of titles now available, including the first cross-platform, multiplayer games.
The name says it all. The one thing that Star Wars games hadn’t done before is let you go hog-wild with the Force, but this videogame port takes the handcuffs all the way off. Romping through that far-away galaxy while fully exploring the power of the Dark Side is such a blast that it almost overshadows Force Unleashed’s shortcomings. Almost.