It looks like America's Great White Northern neighbors may be set to show Apple some love, as the Canadian government has launched the pilot project in an attempt to see whether providing a number of their officials at various levels of responsibility will provide for a notable reduction in paper waste, making for a smaller governmental carbon footprint as well as a more cheerful bottom line.
You love the iPad. We love the iPad. Whether you're on the go or lounging around at home, Apple's svelte tablet is one of the most intuitive devices for getting online currently available to consumers. Sure, it lacks the ability to view Flash-based content, but savvy iPad-owners know that's not a barrier to getting the most out of the interwebz on an iOS device. To quell the complaints of all of the iPad Internet naysayers out there, we've put together a list of ten of our favorite websites that'll let you get the most out of the Internet on your iPad.
If you purchased your iPad as a portable computing solution but have been suffering a wicked case of MacBook Air envy since Apple revealed their new 11-inch wonder back in November, ClamCase could be the solution you're looking for. While it won't give you any of full OS X functionality that road warriors rocking a 2010 MacBook Air, the ClamCase does a few tricks that could make it worth your consideration.
You can't go wrong with a good RPG-style medieval slasher like Infinity Blade and developer ChAIR is sweetening the deal. Starting Tuesday, the company will release its first free content update via the App Store on December 10.
This was the week of our crystal ball gazing when we took a peek into a few possible futures for our favorite Cupertino company and came up with some pretty rad concepts. But that wasn't all that happened, not by a long-shot, so let's look forward to the future and back at the week that was in Mac|Life.
The moment has at long last arrived puckheads! Now available as an In App purchase on the NHL Gamecenter Free App on the iPhone you can unlock GameCenter Live to gain access to live game video and more.
The Verizon iPhone may still be a shot in the dark, but according to a new job posting on the Apple website, the company may be looking to put the iPad on the Verizon network. This position will be a full-time job, with a location in Cupertino.
After months of anticipation, Infinity Blade has finally come to Apple's iOS platform--and it will do its very best to take every cent of your lunch money if you're not sure of what you're doing.
Set in a medieval age, Infinity Blade puts you in the role of an unnamed hero who must fight his way through the multiple champions of a castle in order to take on and try to defeat a mysterious figure known as the God King. Despite your best efforts and intentions, you will not succeed--or at least, not the first time through.
So, without further ado, here's what several hours spent working towards (and finally) defeating the God King taught me this past weekend.
Remember how it wasn't too long ago that you had to wait 7-10 business days for the iPad to just ship from Apple's web site? Now it seems though that the list of retailers you can buy an iPad from only continues to grow. The latest that you can add to the list? BestBuy.com.
While rock is full of high-profile guitar slingers, it’s a little harder to find standout keyboard players, much less one who can step up and play the dickens out of any musical genre—only venerable names like Keith Emerson and Rick Wakeman come to mind. But in the last decade, one of the most prolific masters of the ivories to emerge on the scene is Jordan Rudess, a smoking keyboard player who’s also been deeply involved with all things Mac for years. He puts it more plainly: “I’ve been using a Mac since the beginning of time.” A man after our own heart!