Archive for May 2012
On the heels of the news that Cricket Wireless will become the first prepaid carrier in the U.S. to offer Apple’s iPhone later this month, an unverified report claims Sprint subsidiary Boost Mobile will also begin offering the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S this September.
A new lawsuit alleges Apple’s iOS Developer Program infringes on a 2005 patent for customized web-based software.
An International Trade Commission judge said on Thursday that Apple’s ongoing patent infringement case may come down to what he calls a “Cheech and Chong” test, alluding to a bit by the comedy duo that involved dog feces.
Apple iPad 2 32GB Black WiFi MC770LL/A - FULLY FUNCTIONAL - No Reserve $307.01 (32 Bids)End Date: Saturday May-18-2013 17:41:32 PDTBid now | Add to watch list Apple iPad 16GB 1st Gen Wi-Fi 9.7in Tablet MB292LL/A - Black - GREAT CONDITION $200.99End Date: Sunday Jun-16-2013 8:25:09 PDTBuy It Now for only: $200.99Buy It Now | Add to watch list WHITE 16GB APPLE IPAD 4TH GENERATION - VERY NICE!!!! $409.95 (0 Bids)End Date: Saturday May-18-2013 17:41:40 PDTBid now | Add to watch listRelated Posts:
MacMedia to end relationship with City of Holland Due to the 50% reduction in funding for MacTV, the MacMedia Board has determined that it is in the best interest of MacMedia to end the existing contract with the City of Holland, effective June 30, 2012. .. Also, MacMedia will be unable to renew a 12 … Read more on HollandSentinel.com (blog)
Follow islands' new filmmakers Will they make it to the glitzy heights of the final awards ceremony, and indeed, go home with a prize? Trusadh: FilmG follows these inspiring filmmakers on their journey of creativity and search for recognition. Produced by MacTV for BBC ALBA, … Read more on Stornoway GazetteRelated Posts:
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Daily Update for May 31, 2012 originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Thu, 31 May 2012 16:45:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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Question by : GIRLS ONLY!!! How do I pad out my bra using cotton pads? Like where do I put them? Round about how many, general instructions please I’m 14! If I are confused as to why I am asking this, please read my last question oh and btw this is my sisters account!
Answer by MacKenzieYou should try a push-up bra, it’ll look a lot more natural. If you’re using pads, put them under your boobs so that the pads push them up.
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Apple MacBook MC240LL/A 13" Laptop Core 2 Duo 2.13 GHz 2 GB 160 GB GG0057 $137.00End Date: Tuesday May-21-2013 10:21:00 PDTBuy It Now for only: $137.00Buy It Now | Add to watch list Apple MacBook Pro 15.4" Laptop - MA601LL/A in Great Shape with New Battery $239.50 (28 Bids)End Date: Saturday May-18-2013 17:02:09 PDTBid now | Add to watch list Apple MacBook Core 2 Duo 2.4 Ghz 2GB 160GB 13.3" MB403LL/A (2008) Free Ship $399.99End Date: Monday May-27-2013 14:21:44 PDTBuy It Now for only: $399.99Buy It Now | Add to watch listRelated Posts:
Question by : i pad 3 or newer laptop for an engineering student. I already have a fast new computer? I have a really good laptop which is fairly new and fast. The only problem is that it is heavy and the battery life is just about 1:30 – 2 hour. It is not portable. So should i get the i pad 3 which is fast, light and is portable. I can also make the i pad 3 into a desktop with 2GB of space in a cloud. What should i get?
Answer by lucasI would go for the iPad it has a ten hour battery it’s like a tablet and a laptop in one and it’s fast to
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Growth in Mac sales was led by the Asia-Pacific region last quarter, where shipments increased by 40 percent year over year.
A new report has pegged a specific date for the anticipated launch of Microsoft Word for Apple’s iPad: Nov. 10, 2012.
On June 22, Cricket Wireless will become America’s first fully prepaid wireless carrier to offer Apple’s iPhone, with an “unlimited” $ 55-per-month plan.
Google's Chromebox Takes on Apple's Mac Mini (pics) Nonetheless, this “desktop computer” is a direct competitor to Apple's Mac Mini and even boasts a similar form factor, measuring 7.5 x 7.5 x 1.3 inches and weighing 2.45lbs. As you've probably deduced, the Chromebox is designed to fit next to a TV or … Read more on Gadget Review
mini laptop is affordable way to get online The PC, called the APC 8750, measures just 17cm x 8.5cm (almost half the size of Apple's Mac mini). It is designed with the main focus of getting people connected to the internet and offers an alternative to (more expensive) Windows PCs. Read more on New York Daily News
Sign-up for WWDC 2012 Developer Interviews Macsales for the Right Mac Memory. Easy to Use Online Guide for no Guesswork! Mac Pro up to 128GB, iMac up to 32GB. MacBook/MB Pro, & Mac mini up to 16GB. – Macsales.com If you're using a Mac, then you've gotta check out PokerOnAMac.com. Read more on The Mac ObserverRelated Posts:
You’ve seen earbud zombies before — they’re the people who are walking or riding around with noise-isolating earphones plugged into their ears, totally oblivious to traffic noise, people talking or yelling at them, or the sound of screeching tires just before they get hit by a car. A few weeks ago, I wrote about AIRBudz, a Kickstarter project that is the one-woman campaign of Tammy Erdel to reduce the number of earbud zombies on our streets. I’ve had a chance to test the AIRBudz in prototype form, and I’m glad to say that they work well.
I had every intention of trying the AIRBudz out with two pairs of high-end noise-isolating earbuds I’d received for review, but had to settle for testing them with another Kickstarter project — CordCruncher earphones — since the high-end earbuds mysteriously disappeared into the black hole in my office.
My test was rather simple. I played music on my iMac at a tolerably loud volume, then cranked up some tunes on my iPhone and listened through the CordCrunchers with the normal silicone tips. I couldn’t hear anything but the music from the iPhones. With the AIRBudz tips installed, I could hear the music from the iMac as well as that coming from the iPhone.
Well, that certainly helps out the earbud zombie problem, as it makes it possible to hear ambient noises as well as your music. But I also noticed that the AIRBudz distorted the low end of the music I was listening to and overall made the sound somewhat “tinny”.
I have a suggestion for people who are concerned about their personal safety while wearing earphones — back the AIRBudz project on Kickstarter (it’s only about halfway funded with nine days to go) and get a set to use with your favorite earphones when you’re doing outdoor activities. Keep your existing earbuds to switch back to you when you’re safely out of danger.
Test-driving AIRBudz, the sensible antidote to “earbud zombies” originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Wed, 30 May 2012 20:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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