Palm has “politely” asked a website to block users discussing how to use its latest smartphone to provide internet access to a computer. It’s a sign of how cautious the firm is to avoid upsetting Sprint, with which it has an exclusive carrier deal. The Palm Pre launched earlier this week to generally strong reviews. […]
Apple has unveiled the new model iPhone, the 3G S, while announcing that the price of the standard 3G model will be dropped to $99. But for most current owners, upgrading to the new model will be an expensive proposition. There are no major shocks in the specifications and features of the new model: as […]
Yesterday, at the WWDC, a new iPhone was announced: the iPhone 3GS! The new unit features tons of cool new features, including an autofocus camera, video recording, and even voice control. Here’s a 10-minute guided tour that will walk you through all the new features.
The best thing about this old Mac ad? Clearly it has to be that guy’s beard… and his dazzling dance moves. You have to admit, these moves are really something!
By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] Most of the issues that I’ve had with the iPhone involved altercations with the carrier, AT&T, but my opinion of the device increased a little today when I discovered an unexpected perk: it’s more durable than I thought. The iPhone below survived being run over by my father’s Chevy […]
First the good news. It’s the new Commodore 128PC. A computer breakthrough with all the power of its competition at half the price. The commodore 128PC has the same memory as the IBM PCJr or the Apple IIc. It has 80 column color capability. The IBM PCjr doesn’t. It’s expandable to 512K of memory. The […]
By Jimmy Rogers (@me) Contributing Writer, [GAS] It’s that time of year again! The sun is shining, the frogs are croaking, and the Apples are slowly ripening. Not the kind that you eat, but the kind with which you listen to music! On June 8th, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will return to San Francisco and […]
Apple’s iPhone app vetting has taken another knock with one product removed to avoid a lawsuit and another accepted after initially being banned for spurious reasons. The changes come as bloggers note that iPhone app developers have the chance to outperform Google – but at the same time stand little chance of making much cash. […]
By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] The headline to this story from a Japenese newspaper is “Aoyama Gakuin U. To Hand Out Free iPhones to Students.” I guess whether you see it that way or as “using iPhones to track students” is kind of a glass half empty or half full kind of thing. But […]
There are more rumors this week that Apple is planning a tablet computer – an internet-enabled device with a large touchscreen rather than a separate keyboard. But the excitement appears to be based on who the rumors come from, not the detail behind it. The basics of the rumors have been floating around for some […]