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.
Maybe Fujitsu’s design team felt nostalgic for their now-dead printer division, because there’s no way around it--the S1500M looks like a printer (or at least a scanner with an identity crisis). That’s not a bad thing, mind you.
Apple’s iPod has spawned an entire industry of accessories, speakers in
particular. Here at Mac|Life HQ, we’re constantly testing a stream of
iPod speakers, ranging from tiny battery-powered portable models and
alarm clocks, all the way up to models meant to pair with full-sized
home stereo components. But rarely does something catch our eye like
these speakers from Kanto.
Think of all the things you’ve always wanted to know how to do: fold
origami, set a formal dinner table, pick a lock…or maybe have sex in a
car? Amazingly enough, you can learn how to do all of these things—and
many more—with Howcast’s free iPhone app. This excellent freebie puts
an iPhone “wrapper” on the mind-blowing array of how-to video content
available on Howcast.com.
I want to produce CD labels on my Mac for the classical concerts
I’ve conducted for the last 40 years, which I’ve been burning onto CDs
using Pro Tools. Is there a simple, affordable application for
producing paste-on labels, which I prefer for my CDs?