Posts Tagged “apple”

My interview with Fox 35 in Orlando

by admin on June 10, 2010

iPhone 4

by admin on June 7, 2010

Today’s WWDC announcements were a whirlwind for me, as I was focused on getting the facts up on TUAW as quickly as possible. Here are my initial thoughts on the iPhone 4. More thoughtful posts are forthcoming. The body The (…)

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Magic Trackpad

by admin on June 7, 2010

Another Apple event, another leak. This is supposedly the “Magic Trackpad,” a stand-alone input device that’s a combination between a mouse and a multi-touch trackpad. I think I get it. Try this. Put a thin, hardcover book next to your (…)

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Getting it wrong

by admin on June 3, 2010

Matt Warman, the Consumer Technology Editor at Telegraph, has published his 10 reasons not to buy the next generation iPhone. Forget that he’s advising his readers to avoid a product he has not seen or used. Many of his arguments (…)

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iPhone 4G innards

by admin on June 3, 2010

Sigh. Website iPhone Portugal further ruins the fun of June 7th.

Steve Jobs at 2010 D8 Conference

by admin on June 2, 2010

Great coverage and collection of videos.

Google ditches Windows for OS X, Linux

by admin on June 1, 2010

FT.com: Google is phasing out the internal use of Microsoft’s ubiquitous Windows operating system because of security concerns, according to several Google employees…New hires are now given the option of using Apple’s Mac computers or PCs running the Linux operating (…)

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iPad in a Mac Classic

by admin on June 1, 2010

The iPad as a freelancer’s tool

by admin on May 28, 2010

Great post from Aaron Mahnke at A Better Freelancer. “With a simple template in Illustrator, I’ve taken all of my logo projects and created iPad wallpaper-sized images, imported them all into iPhoto, created an album for them and then set (…)

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Apple’s new online campaign

by admin on May 28, 2010

Apple launches online “Why you’ll love a Mac” campaign. Great information for new users, and similar to their former “Switchers” campaign.