I have always been very fascinated in all sorts of technology since I was a small child. Today, I express my fascination in the writing that I do for many tech sites all over the web, reviewing many products, and writing about many things. Inspired by Leo Laporte and many more, I will continue to live the present and dream the future.
President Obama has previously been seen with Apple products. In July of last year he used a MacBook Pro to demonstrate the healthcare website. He also mentioned in interviews that he is using an iPod. Today he said that he owns an iPad.
You might think that following the release of the new iPad dock, there would be an iPad 2 keyboard dock too. Unfortunately, that's not the case. In reply to a customer email, Phil Schiller, Apple Senior Vice President of Worldwide Product Marketing, has suggested that Apple won’t be making a Keyboard Dock for the iPad 2.
RadioShack may get their hands on the iPad 2. The blurry photo above reveals a notice from RadioShack announcing that the retailer will begin carrying the iPad 2 at 500 of its locations as of March 29.
With only a day before you can get your hands on an iPad 2, popular tech blogs have been teasing us with with their reviews. The verdict? All of them seem to be very impressed. Perhaps 2011 will indeed be the year of the iPad 2.
Imagine, if you will, receiving a phone call from your mother and your iPhone automatically cuts together different video clips associated with her particular call. It would then sync them to a separate audio track and create a unique video theme around her. Sounds cool, eh?
Thinner, lighter, and faster; Apple's iPad 2 was bound to send some competitors running back to the drawing board. There hasn't been a vocal regret from a company in a while until Samsung's Lee Don-joo, executive vice president of Samsung's mobile division, spoke out last week after the iPad event...
Verizon Wireless confirmed that sales of the iPhone 4 were the most successful in their history. This information comes from a recent interview with Dan Mead, Verizon CEO, in The Wall Street Journal. Mead also hinted that Apple was interested in LTE technology, and working on devices compatible with Verizon's 4G network.
Apple announced the next update to the Mac OS X operating system; Mac OS X Lion. One feature coming to the new Mac OS is called "AirDrop." If this feature comes to iOS devices, could we see wireless syncing in the near future?
It's always nice to see patents published by Apple indicating possible new features of future Apple products. On February 17, 2011, an Apple patent was published revealing a new "smart bezel" feature. What is a "smart bezel?"
It is not often we hear stories of insider knowledge from Apple employees, but when we do, it is always interesting to find out what really happens behind the scenes. One employee shares his experiences as an Apple employee.
No talking while using data, minimal international usability, lack of being able to have a conference call with more than three people, etc. These limitations of the Verizon iPhone may turn you off, but are they deal breakers?