Apple Report: Jan. 2013

SOURCE: The Verge & Mac Rumors There’s a nice batch of new rumors surrounding Apple and their iOS devices at the start of 2013. Apple dazzled us last October when they announced not only the much anticipated iPad mini, they also dropped a unexpected bomb that day. They released a reboot of the original 9.7 inch iPad, and […]

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Net Neutrality & What Happens to SMS

We’re inching closer and closer to the point where telecoms and ISP’s will either grab a stronger chokehold on consumers’ bandwidth and internet connectivity or effectively become dumb pipes. Large corporations like AT&T are going to continue to attempt to stay relevant in this rapidly changing tech sector, but will they succeed? Over the past […]

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The Move Back To Google

As the title hints at, there’s a bit of a change coming to my technological setup. My last post was basically a rant criticizing Apple’s lack of innovation over the past year or so, and the dim future I feel lies ahead of them if they don’t begin picking up the pace. Nevertheless I’m still […]

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Google’s New iOS Repertoire

SOURCE: The Verge A mere few weeks after Apple took a good jab at Google and their very future on iOS, Google finally released two long-awaited apps that users have been clamoring for. Yesterday the search giant’s famed web browser, Chrome hit the App Store alongside the iOS version of the cloud storage service, Drive. […]

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TJM & Apple’s iPad

So I finally got an iPad. I’ve been holding out on grabbing an iPad ever since Apple first announced their foray into the tablet scene. And while you’re probably thinking I bit the bullet and shelled out the five hundred dollars on Apple’s incredible new retina-fied ‘New IPad’ (i.e.: the third generation iPad), to make […]

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Apple’s 2012 Rebound

SOURCES: Boy Genius Report & MacRumors It’s been a month and a half since Apple unleashed its spec-bumped iPhone 4[S]. While most of us waited patiently for Tim Cook’s gang to announce a new phone with a complete redesign including a four-inch screen and a curved metal backing, they gave us nothing more than an […]

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iOS Wishlist 2011 (UPDATED)

This is a look at various features I’m hoping are at the top of Apple’s list of to-do’s for iOS 4 in 2011. Apple seems to be adhering to something of a more aggressive update cycle for iOS since the 4.0 reboot. This post originated back on December 27, 2010. 1. Notifications Overhaul. Anyone who’s […]

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