Surprise! AT&T isn't making friends with Consumer Reports readers and we wonder once again how come no talks about a Sprint iPhone.
iPad 2 rumors spin up the Internet. The latest rumor involves a shipping date for the next-generation iPad. We still think it'll drop in April instead of February. Listen for our super logical iPad-in-April reasons.
And finally, Flo has an issue with the new ABBA app.
With the holidays right around the corner, many people will be mailing holiday greeting cards to their family and friends. Many will end up writing out the addresses on each envelope, but there is an easier way using Address Book. In this how-to, we'll tell you just how easy it can be to batch print labels for any occassion.
This week's tips will show you how to access and remove your most recently used apps in the iOS task manager, use your own wallpapers, and elminate typos.
You'll end up with greater knowledge of how you can effectively use the iOS task manager, personalize your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with your favorite images, and amaze your friends with your perfect typing skills.
If a day ends in Y, we know it's ripe for a new iPad rumor. Today's rumor involves a lens supplier being picked for the next generation iPad. We're excited about a front-facing camera. A camera on the back, not so much.
Comcast gets in a public spat with backbone ISP Level 3. We try to get all mad at Comcast, but because of lack of information, we end being logical. Damn you logic!
Don’t howl in outrage, but comic books have always been a primarily disposable product. They tear if mishandled, and as any collector will tell you, faded ink and bent pages are inevitable if comics aren’t properly stored. Although iOS developers hardly invented digital comics, the iPad’s big, beautiful, portable screen makes the comic readers in the App Store a worthy alternative to delicately stowing and indexing each issue of Batman in a vacuum-sealed container.
This week on TechRadar, Orange and T-Mobile confirmed that they would be offering cheaper deals on iPad, as long as you take out a longer contract. Also, MySpace joined up with Facebook to take on Ping and first pictures appeared of the HTC Merge. Plus, of course, iOS 4.2 emerged.
Fart Apps. There's more of them in the iTunes App Store than you could beat down with a whole rack of servers. So many flatulence-based iOS applications had, shall we say, permeated the App Store that it last September, the tech giant decided that anything submitted for approval that looked even remotely gassy would be rejected. With the issue of fart-centric applications firmly dealt with, it seems that the tech giant has had time to consider their next true enemy. A nemesis that has thumbed their nose at the Cupertino-based company's core values and played upon simple consumers for far too long. Yes, we're talking about single-station radio apps.
Ever since you were a kid, reading comics under the covers with a flashlight and “flying” around the backyard in a homemade cape, you knew what you wanted to be. Some of us chose to be the noblest hero imaginable; others decided to give the supervillains a run for their money. But some of us had flimsier allegiances, flipping from a dark hero to a noble villain at a moment’s notice. This tradition lives on in the Going Rogue expansion for NCsoft’s City of Heroes massively multiplayer online role-playing game. Like the original City of Heroes, you’ll create a superhero (or villain), write an origin story for the character, choose one of five origins (Natural, Magic, Science, Mutation, or Technology) select from five archetypes (Blaster, Controller, Defender, Scrapper, or Tanker) and venture out to do some damage.
Google answered the prayers of many iPhone users by releasing a native iOS app for Google Voice after being denied entry to the App Store over a year ago. The free official app, while lacking many preference settings found on paid third-party offerings, is otherwise slicker in every way.