Tag Archive: Good


Logitech Tablet Speaker for iPad: Good for Movies, Bad for Music [Review]

The iPad makes an almost perfect portable media player; big, bright screen, great interface and a speedy processor. Wahay. Problem is, it’s hard to jam a decent speaker, let alone two, into that svelte aluminum shell — the result is sound from anemic speaker with volume that won’t top a moderately loud tea party. Luckily there’s no shortage of auxiliary speakers available, and Logitech’s Tablet Speaker for iPad ($ 50) is  [Read More…]

Kickstarter Project Wants to Bring iOS Apps to Android & Windows Devices, But Good Luck

iEmu is a Kickstarter project from Chris Wade — one of the guy’s behind the first iPhone jailbreak — and his team, which is aiming to emulate iOS applications on Android, Mac and Windows devices. But is it really possible?   The project is being built on top of the open-source QEMU emulator, but according to TechCrunch, it’s not going to be an easy one. In addition to finding a way  [Read More…]

Analysts Assure Investors: Post-Steve Era in Good Hands

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Stock markets appear to recover from Wednesday’s news of Apple CEO Steve Jobs resignation. Early Wall Street trading showed the tech giant off just 2 percent as analysts assured investors the future is in good hands with Tim Cook. The transition from Jobs to Cook is “similar to the departure of Henry Ford, Walt Disney – unique creative forces who companies carried on for years  [Read More…]

Good News, DIYers! New MacBook Airs Have User Upgradeable SSDs

The boys over at iFixIt have started their teardown of the 2011 13-inch MacBook Air, and while much of the construction is similar to last year’s models, there is some good news for DIY upgraders: contrary to rumors, the SSDs have not been soldered to the board, meaning that you can upgrade your Air’s storage down the line. Otherwise, iFixIt doesn’t have much to report this time around, except for  [Read More…]