Like X-ray glasses and sea monkeys, vacuum tubes are the stuff of 1950s
pulp-fiction cool. They even glow in the dark! And it turns out that
they can improve the sound of modern digital music--if you stick with
high-quality, lossless files, that is.
Brushes iPad Edition ($9.99) is the large-screen version of the iPhone app Brushes, a painting app that's sophisticated enough to have created cover art for The New Yorker. And with the 11 built-in brush effects and easy-to-use color picker, you can create some eye-catching art too.
Poor Adobe Flash: It can’t get a break on Apple’s iDevices (iPhone, iPod touch and iPad) and now the company has confessed that the devices that are capable of using the mobile version of Flash 10.1 won’t be seeing it until later this year.
In one of the weirdest Apple leak sagas in recent memory, what appears to be a 4th-generation iPhone prototype surfaced over the weekend, was summarily debunked and then “confirmed” as real all over again.
Well, we've had time to calm down after the big iPad release and the announcement of iPhone OS 4.0 quickly followed by the release of the new MacBooks. So it's been a pretty heady last few weeks. Let's all take a couple deep breaths, relax, and gird our loins for the upcoming iPad 3G release.
As we're girding, however, what better way to relax with than a roundup of the best of the best – you know what we're talking about: the greatest show on earth, as put on by the staff of Mac|Life.