If you’re one of the 300-some thousand people who jumped onto the front
of the iPad bandwagon on launch day--or just happened to pop into an
Apple Store to check one out--you might have noticed that the giant iPod
touch collects more fingerprints than Horatio Caine.
Fanny packs may have gone the way of mom jeans, but while they were in vogue, they were pretty darn useful. The modern equivalent is the Armpocket Sport 20, a Velcro-strapped pouch that enables you to carry your iPod touch or iPhone and other small items on your arm when you’re working out or just traveling light.
Following up on last month’s Release Candidate preview version, Paragon Software Group has taken the wraps off the release version of NTFS for Mac OS X 8.0, the latest version of its Mac driver to read & write to Windows disks.
iPad users are using Apple's newest device to surf the web so much that
it accounted for over five percent of mobile web traffic on its launch
day. At least, that's what Quantcast Corporation, a web analytics outfit based in
San Francisco and New York, said in a blog post last week.
Adapted from 2008's brilliant Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2 on Xbox
360, Geometry Wars: Touch maintains most of the addictive thrill of its
console counterpart, even adding a worthwhile new play mode, but the
touch interface cannot fully compete with the precise, analog-based
control scheme the game was originally created for.
Another day, another email from Steve Jobs. This time, Jobs is
responding to cries that the Mac OS X operating system has been left in
the dust by Apple's development team, and that there will be no 10.7
update at this summer's WWDC.