Apple to Mac users: No anti-virus software? Get it now!

Windows users all know that there’s nothing quite like an anti-virus application to bring your PC’s performance crashing down. People using a Mac or running any flavor of Linux never have to suffer from this, since virus developers have always been interested in reaching the bulk of the population, meaning the Bill Gates-loving crew. But […]

iPhone 2.2 Firmware Released Today!

By Jimmy Rogers Contributing Writer, [GAS] That’s right – yet another upgrade to the mighty JesusPhone.  Why do we report on this stuff?  Because people want to know, that’s why! iPhone users received an email today telling them to upgrade to firmware version 2.2.  It’s been a little while since a major upgrade was made, […]

New “Lying Scumbag” iPhone Glitch Uncovered!

By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] To the husband in the following story, I give an A for effort, a B+ for originality, and a D- for basic human decency. It all begins with a post to Apple’s support forum, where poor Susan has discovered a very disturbing glitch on her husband’s iPhone: Please help! […]

Apple Releases New “Customer Satisfaction” Ad

In the Latest “Get a Mac” commercial, our friend “PC” isn’t really happy about the result of the new Mac customer satisfaction survey, so he decides to take the matter in his own hands. [Via TechEblog]

How to use Apple’s new multi-touch trackpad

So, you’ve seen the multi-touch trackpad on Apple’s new Macbooks but are wondering how the thing actually works? Initially, I thought that this new trackpad concept totally sucked, but after seeing the following video, I’m not so sure anymore. Check it out below. So now that’s you’ve seen this, what are your impressions? Do you […]

Microsoft raises money to fix Vista by selling cupcakes

Sigh… I wonder when Apple will get tired about producing these ads? I have to admit that this one is funnier than the two previous ones though.

MAC vs. PC Musical Features Epic Fight, Gore, and Love Story

All those Mac vs. PC ads are really starting to get tiresome. I mean, how long has this been going on? Two years? Even Mac people can’t stand them anymore. Like it or not, computers are computers; they’re tools, and each have their own unique uses. So when I stumbled on this awesome MAC vs. […]

A Keyboard… How Quaint

by Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] CNET News reports that this week’s ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology could reveal some interesting new developments in the area of computer interfaces. But is it time to abandon the mouse and keyboard for Star Trek levels of speech input technology? Maybe not just yet. According […]

Apple Releases 2 New “Get a Mac” Commercials

Apple just released another batch of their “Windows-Bashing” commercials. They’re somehow trying to pass the message that Microsoft spends much more money on advertising than they do on fixing real issues with Vista. I’d be curious to compare the advertising budget of both companies to see who’s spending the most. I wouldn’t be surprised if […]

Apple’s new multi-touch trackpad demonstration

As most of you probably already know, the new MacBook has been released early this week. While the visual aspect of the beast is quite appealing, one of the features that I didn’t consider that fantastic was the new buttonless multi-touch trackpad. I mean, I already hate trackpads that have the “tapping” feature enabled, why […]

New Apple MacBook Manufacturing Process

In case you’re wondering how Apple managed to build the new MacBook out of a single piece of aluminum, the company released a short product tour that quickly shows how the laptop is manufactured. As usual, the video is extremely well made and features the intro music from Viva La Vida, the awesome new album […]

Apple Updates Its Entire Line of Notebooks

By Jimmy Rogers Contributing Writer, [GAS] Today was the big keynote event Apple fanatics have been waiting for.  Steve Jobs and his team graced the stage once more in order to update the Apple line and get it ready for the holiday shopping season.  While the summer and spring were both big events for the […]