Tag Archive: Promising


Apple’s smaller iPad Pro expected to make promising start

Apple plans to ship 4 million of its freshly-announced 9.7-inch iPad Pro, suggesting that sales of the company’s brand new tablet are projected to be promising — although this is unlikely to be the device which turns around Apple’s slowing iPad business. Interestingly, the newly-announced price cut for the iPad Air 2 (which will drop to $ 399 […]

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Cracked? Signs looking promising for an iOS 8 jailbreak

Given that it’s only been around since Monday, it’s still early days for iOS 8. But that doesn’t mean the jailbreak community is resting — and if early indicators are to be believed, we might see a jailbreak for Apple’s…Read more ›

Apple’s Supply Chain Is Promising A Retina MacBook Air For 2014

It’s been almost two years since Apple announced the Retina MacBook Pro, and it’s still the only Mac with a Retina display. But according to sources in Apple’s supply chain, that’ll change this summer when the Cupertino company finally unveils…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Toshiba FlashAir. Promising, But Ultimately Flawed [Review]

IMG_2892FlashAir byToshiba Category: SD Cards Works With:Cameras Price: $50 What the hell is wrong with wireless SD card makers? They manage to cram an entire Wi-Fi router into an SD card, along with the memory that’s already in there, and yet the software looks like they got their idiot cousin to write it in a […]

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The BlackBerry Z10: A Promising Start, But Don’t Switch Yet [Review]

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BlackBerry — previously Research in Motion — launched the new BlackBerry Z10 last week, the first smartphone to run the company’s new BlackBerry 10 operating system. Originally set to launch in late 2012, the Z10 has been a long time coming for BlackBerry fans, and it’s a hugely important milestone for the Canadian company.

Many see this as BlackBerry’s last hope of survival in today’s cutthroat smartphone market. It’s been rapidly  [Read More…]

Sega Puts Its Own Muscle Behind Promising Game Developers, Releases Jack Lumber To iOS

A lumberjack with a profound hatred for trees.

Well-known video game developer and publisher, Sega, is taking a cue from publishers like Chillingo and helping indie game studios find their footing in an uncertain market.

The initiative, called the Sega Alliance, will assist independent developers with creative consultation, marketing, production, localization, and distribution tasks. The first indie studio to get this special support from Sega is Owlchemy Labs, the makers of  [Read More…]

Windows Migration Assistant Under Lion Promising, But Needs Work

Lion Migration Assistant One of Lions welcome new features is the Windows Migration Assistant. This capability is an add-on to the venerable Migration Assistant application which has moved data between Macs since Panther. There hasnt been an option in the program to automate this task from Windows machines until now. Alas, like early versions of Spotlight and Time Machine, how this technology works in practice  [Read More…]