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Tag: Apple

Apple and Intel Rumored to Team up for Smartwatch in 2013

Apple and Intel Rumored to Team up for Smartwatch in 2013
No matter how you feel about Apple, you have to admit that the company did change the smartphone world when it unveiled the first iPhone 5-1/2 years ago. Apple then came back and set the tablet…

Auxo App Switcher Will Make You Want to Jailbreak Your iOS Device

Auxo App Switcher Will Make You Want to Jailbreak Your iOS Device
Even though iOS has gone through six major revisions, multitasking remains one of the weakest facets of Apple’s mobile devices. A clever designer has set out to change all that and designed an app switcher that…
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On-Again, Off-Again POP Charger is On Again

On-Again, Off-Again POP Charger is On Again
If you use an Apple gadget with a 30-pin connector and frequent Kickstarter, you may have noticed a project on the website over the last month or so called the POP. This is a squat little…

Apple Patent Application Shows How It Wants to Bend Glass

Apple Patent Application Shows How It Wants to Bend Glass
A new patent application from Apple has turned up online that shows an interesting process for making curved glass – and potentially hints at new gadgets with such screens. The process starts with a flat piece…

LapTuk Pro: Tuck Away Your Laptop Like a Pro

LapTuk Pro: Tuck Away Your Laptop Like a Pro
This isn’t the first MacBook workstation shelf that I’ve come across, but the LapTuk Pro does look like a nice sleek option for elevating your display and hiding away your laptop.…

Web iPad Case Adds Bungee Cords for Storage

Web iPad Case Adds Bungee Cords for Storage
If you’ve got yourself a shiny new iPad Mini – or you’re expecting one under the tree this year – you might want to check out this intriguing case design that’s currently in development.…

Matrox DS1 Thunderbolt Docking Stations Ship in the US

Matrox DS1 Thunderbolt Docking Stations Ship in the US
Last summer, Matrox unveiled a new line of Thunderbolt docking stations specifically for MacBook users. The docking station line is called the Matrox DS1 and includes two nearly identical products. Matrox has announced that its DS1…

Comcast Xfinity TV Player App Allows Subscribers to Watch Shows Offline

Comcast Xfinity TV Player App Allows Subscribers to Watch Shows Offline
If you’re a customer of cable provider Comcast, a new app update is available for you on Apple and Android devices. The app is the Xfinity TV Player App and it will allow you to download…

Logitech Bluetooth Keyboard & Trackpad: Made for Mac

Logitech Bluetooth Keyboard & Trackpad: Made for Mac
If you’ve got a Mac, but simply can’t stand the Apple wireless keyboard or Magic Trackpad for some reason, you’ve now got another option because Logitech has just unveiled a wireless keyboard and trackpad, made especially…

Australian Police Deem iOS Maps Unsafe & “Potentially Lethal”

Australian Police Deem iOS Maps Unsafe & “Potentially Lethal”
OK, so maybe iOS Maps won’t kill you, but the police in Victoria, Australia have issued a warning to motorists, advising them not to rely on Apple Maps for directions in the town of Mildura. Purple…

2012 iMac “Assembled in USA”

2012 iMac “Assembled in USA”
Just about every device that Apple sells these days is made in China by Foxconn and other major manufacturers. Though it looks like some of Apple’s items are no longer being manufactured in China. A recent…

Belkin iPad Mini Keyboard Case: You Knew It Was Coming

Belkin iPad Mini Keyboard Case: You Knew It Was Coming
I admit that I use a keyboard sleeve with my iPad, and to be honest it makes typing on my tablet a whole lot more productive. Since the iPad Mini was released, it was just a…

SGP Kuel S10 Mobile Stand Makes Your iPhone Look Like a Shrunken ACD

SGP Kuel S10 Mobile Stand Makes Your iPhone Look Like a Shrunken ACD
It goes without saying that once you get a Mac on your desk, you want to try and match its cool aesthetics anyway you can, from removable hard drives to stands for your other iDevices. Check…

Nomad Lightning Cable Puts an Apple Lightning Connector on Your Keychain

Nomad Lightning Cable Puts an Apple Lightning Connector on Your Keychain
When I upgraded to the iPhone 5, I didn’t really think about  how much of a pain it would be to find charging cables that fit Apple’s new Lightning connector. Sure, there are more and more…

Macintosh Portable Hackintosh: Mac OS X on a PC Dressed as a Mac

Macintosh Portable Hackintosh: Mac OS X on a PC Dressed as a Mac
The Macintosh Portable was Apple’s first battery-powered portable computer. Released in 1989, it weighed 16lbs., had a 16MHz CPU, a black and white screen and lead-acid batteries, hence its nickname, “Macintosh Luggable.” People had to pay…

ORA Speaker Wraps Around Your iPad to Give You Surround Sound – Literally

ORA Speaker Wraps Around Your iPad to Give You Surround Sound – Literally
Thanks to it’s less-than-stellar internal speaker, there are a lot of iPad speakers to choose from in the market. Personally, I’ve got my sights set on the ORA. It’s the first of its kind that I’ve…
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