Hard drives and cases and ones for your iPod touch, Toddy Smart Cloths and Joby Gorilla pods, Dexim P-flip docks and solared powered ones, too, These are a few of our favorite things…
Actually, that's not a Christmas song, but it is one heck of a catchy tune and it goes well for our favorite things. This year, we got a bunch of stuff to give away to you--the loyal fans. It's our way of saying thanks and happy holidays. Check out the video after the jump for more details on how you can win these sweet, sweet prizes.
As you may have noticed, here at Mac|Life, we've done some housecleaning. No longer are you looking at that old layout of yesterday--now you're staring into the layout of tomorrow! Actually, tomorrow is today, so technically you're staring into the layout of today. But no matter.
With the announcement of a sleeker, sexier new aluminum bodied MacBook Air, you might have forgotten about Apple's other slim tablet device, the iPad. Apparently, the device has made quite the stride in the e-books and video sphere, as the iPad is widely used to consume both those forms of media.
The ability to stream online videos is one of the hallmarks of today's web. Videos on any topic you can imagine are just a click (or tap) away, provided you have an internet connection. But what if you're on your way to an internet-less destination? How will you watch your daily workout video (or favorite cat video) once you get there? The solution is simpler than you might think. With Apple's Safari web browser, a few additional clicks will have your video off of the web and onto your hard drive.
Now there's a better way to get your 15 minutes of fame on the internet--literally. YouTube has increased the maximum duration of video clips from 10 minutes to 15 minutes, which means that you've got an extra five minutes to tell the world why you deserve your own reality television show, or why you greatly despise the lol cat meme.
If you like online MMOs, you might be interested to know that City of Heroes is releasing an all new expansion pack later this summer. It's called "Going Rogue" and your player will be able to start out a neutral character and gradually choose his side as he gains levels. The game is available on August 17th. Check out the video below for a quick look into the game's storyline and gameplay.
If you love Legos, then maybe you've heard about the upcoming Massively Multiplayer Online game, Lego Universe, currently in development by NetDevil. The game takes place in an alternate universe with tons of Lego minifigures who are on the path to seek the last bit of pure imagination. The antagonists in this virtual world are the Stromlings, who are controlled by a dark force known as Maelstrom, and who can turn innocent minifigures to the bad side. The game is officially available to play on October 26 of this year. Check it out in the video below!
We took some time out with Stephen Saiz, Director of Marketing over at Disney Interactive Studios, to discuss what the company is doing with the TRON app for the iPhone and what mega fans of the franchise have to look forward to.
The Apple TV was once revered as the device that could potentially change television for the better. Today, many people say the Apple TV is a product that is on its death bed. Often called a "hobby" product by it's maker (until the Google TV was announced), the Apple TV could be making a comeback if a new New York Times article is correct.