Category Archives: apple
SanDisk’s $100 Sansa slotRadio player we reviewed previously is another attempt to convince us to adopt the music/media “format of the future” — which is, of course, the company’s microSD card. Last year, you may recall SanDisk launched a huge … Continue reading
Former Apple director Eric Schmidt was paid solely in Apple schwag. [Business Week] Photo: -nathan.
The band YACHT just released a new video for their song “Psychic City (Voodoo City).” Apart from the fun religious/occult imagery, the video features a soundbite that might sound familiar: a blip not unlike the iChat alert (first one at … Continue reading
Jason Kinkaid at Techcrunch: The company that once made record labels bow to a flat 0.99 pricing structure for years longer than they would have liked is now screwing customers because AT&T asked them to.
Headlines are a tricky thing. Today The Financial Times reported some big news, but don’t let the big type above their story fool you. They’re reporting much cooler news than this semi-snoozer: “Apple joins forces with record labels.” Don’t get … Continue reading
Forget being the most popular camera phone on Flickr. The iPhone is now the 2nd most popular overall camera for Flickr users. In fact, it’s the only phone listed in the top 5. Yesterday, 5,489 users uploaded some 43,750 images … Continue reading
A Mandarin article from the fabled east claims Apple’s almost there. From Gizmodo: The China Times is now reporting that the endlessly-rumored, Apple tablet isn’t just coming someday–a fair bet–it’s coming soon. It’ll land in October, to be exact, when … Continue reading
Greenpeace released its annual eco-rankings of electronics manufacturers. And the winner is… NOKIA, which scored a 7.45 out of 10 (10 being green-tastic). The whole report is worth a gander, but here’s the highlights, which I recommend reading to yourself … Continue reading
Videos shot using the new iPhone 3GS are piling up on YouTube, which has reportedly experienced a massive surge in mobile uploads since the phone hit the market last month. Exciting, but not nearly as exciting as the idea of … Continue reading