Tag Archive: Fanboy

World’s biggest Apple fanboy dies

Apple lost it’s biggest fan ever this week. Gary Allen, the creator of the beloved ifo Apple Store blog, died on Sunday at the age of 67 after battling brain cancer. Allen was one of the most respected voices in the Apple Community when it came to Apple’s retail presence worldwide, and often made distant trips […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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These Apple I & Apple II Schematic Prints Are Perfect For Any Fanboy Looking For Décor



Apple fans looking for some nerdy decor will love these Apple I and Apple II schematic prints from City Prints. They’re printed on heavy stock at 12×16-inches, with a bit of shine to make the schematics pop. Just think of all the hours you can waste, marveling at Woz’s magical craftsmanship.

The prints only cost $ 40 a piece, but if you want to get a frame for it too, you’ll have to pay  [Read More…]

Apple Has Already Banned The Perfect Apple Fanboy Portable Speaker

Apple’s legal team is freaky fast, and they don’t mess around. Yesterday we saw these portable speakers by iAudio2 that feature a glowing Apple logo on the casing. They’re small and probably sound like crap because they’re so cheap, but they look great. Too great. And we warned that if you wanted to get one you should act quick because Apple would be coming out with the ban hammer real fast.

Well,  [Read More…]

Proof that Samsung is a Huge Apple Fanboy

I wrote a column last week saying that the �smoking gun� document Apple submitted into evidence in the Samsung patent infringement lawsuit does not constitute proof of infringement by itself.

Still, it�s a remarkable document that does prove something: Samsung is very impressed with Apple. In fact, it�s clear that Samsung is a huge Apple fanboy.�

Whenever there�s some kind of flame war between Android and Apple users, the conversation typically skirts  [Read More…]

How the Editor of Windows Magazine Became an Apple Fanboy

I�ve been in denial for a while, but it hit me so hard yesterday that I finally have to admit it: I�m an Apple fanboy. Once you hear my story, you�ll agree that if it can happen to me, it can happen to anyone.

My first job out of college was as a reporter for a small California newspaper company in the late 1980s. It was a Mac shop. All the reporters  [Read More…]