It was only a few days ago we discussed how the iPhone was growing in its third place status, but still lagged behind Research in Motion's Blackberry and Nokia's smartphones globally. In smaller markets, though, the picture is a little different.
Earphones are a personal thing. Everyone has different criteria for
what makes a good set. Some might be looking for bass, others might be
more interested in noise reduction. Certain people might only be
interested in ’phones that come in standard-issue “iPod white,” while
someone else is looking for something a bit more interesting,
I’ve always used Mail’s POP3 settings to manage my Gmail account,
and I’ve been able to remain a one-account guy. But the university
where I work wants me to use their servers for my work email. Mail
successfully synced up with the provided IMAP Account; however, I now
find my main inbox doing double duty. During a busy day, it becomes
difficult to separate messages at a glance. I can click on the message
and check the recipient, or click on the mailbox and do the
subtraction, but both of those are cumbersome. Worst of all, I also
find myself occasionally replying to messages using the wrong account.
Word on the street is that Apple plans to have its annual iPod event on September 9. How will this event coincide with the staff's plans to play The Beatles Rock Band? Only time, and bad impressions of John and Paul will tell.
The iPhone shoots up the camera chart on Flickr and we answer all your burning questions with soothing answers that should be applied twice daily.
As you may or may not know, Quake Live is making its debut for the Mac today. And, as a Mac user with a sweet tooth for PC gaming, I thought I’d take it upon myself to show you the ropes before you get thrown into the cutthroat world of Quake Live. But worry not, with a little bit of know-how and a steady hand, you’ll be fragging from your browser window before you know it.
If you've seen its adorable robot icon, but never knew what it was for, this how-to illuminates the awesome automation that Automator offers, saving you time and eliminating needless repetition from your day.
Until someone comes up with a simple, reliable, nonfiddly way to get
Hulu on our television, we’re still addicted to traditional TV. That
said, without TiVo, we’d give up on TV in a heartbeat. Back in the day,
piling on to the couch for Must See TV on Thursday nights from 8 to 10
was a given. But now, the ability to time- and place-shift television
is a crucial feature. The only problem is that our TiVo box is
frequently overflowing with content, and it really sucks to lose
crucial episodes of your favorite show because there’s a marathon of
The Real Housewives of Atlanta on Bravo--not that we’d ever watch
anything like that.
With the 3GS's 3-megapixel autofocus camera, the iPhone has quickly replaced our point
and shoot camera for everyday photos. Leave it to Flickr to find the
most popular cameras used on the site, and you'll see that the iPhone is number 2, with a bullet.
How many times have you asked someone to remind you of something only
to get a little peeved when they start nagging you. Hey buddy, you
asked for their help, don't get all defensive when they're just doing
their job. Instead enter our Things Comment Contest.