Adobe made a slew of announcements at its MAX conference today, most notably the plans to make its Creative Suite (nowÂ Creative Cloud) entirely subscription based. Alongside all of the restructuring and price changes, Adobe also unveiled a new Bluetooth stylus designed to work with its iPad apps.
It’s sill in the development stage, but “Project Mighty” looks pretty cool for designers. The pressure-sensitive pen tightly integrates with Adobe software, and it [Read More...]
Ecoute is one of the best third-party music players for iPhone, and it just got a whole lot better thanks to its latest update. In addition to the ability to download missing artwork, it also has a new feature, and supports a new URL scheme that allows it to play nicely with Launch Center Pro.
If you’ve added music to your iTunes library from burned CDs or alternative sources, some of your [Read More...]
Be careful where you leave your iPad. It might end up impaling some poor lady’s bumper.
That’s what happened to one unlucky iPad owner who forget they placed their iPad on top of their car. After getting onto the road, the iPad eventually fell off the roof of the car, slammed into a Georgia woman’s front bumper, and then stayed there for the rest of day.
The woman driving the [Read More...]
Google Glass looks like the coolest piece of technology since the invention of the iPhone. Even though a ton of businesses will probably ban it,Â we can’t wait to try Sergey Brin’s new eyewear out.
Google Glass seems like it came right out of Star Trek, but the way this technical masterpiece works is actually pretty simple. Martin Missfeldt created the following infographic that lays out all the details on how Google [Read More...]
BARCELONA, MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS – Excito is an AppleTV-a-like puck which hooks up to your home network and lets you stream TV, music and movies to any stereo or screen in the house.
So what, right? The Apple TV already does that? The difference is that the Excito only uses your phone as a remote, and streams the content either direct from the internet, or from your [Read More...]
The popular method for listening to music online has shifted from $ 0.99 paid downloads to subscription services like Spotify and Rdio. Bigger tech companies like Samsung have tried to claim their piece of the music subscription pie, and Apple is rumored to be entering the space with some sort of ‘iRadio’ product.
That’s why it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Google is working on its [Read More...]
Would you rather be given a Microsoft Surface from Oprah or an iPad mini from LinkedIn?
It’s a good day to be an employee at LinkedIn. The professional networking site just reported a great quarter with earnings that crushed Wall Street’s expectations.
Revenue growth is good, but so is free stuff. To reward his hard working people, [Read More...]
LAS VEGAS, CES 2013 -
The Canopy Sensus case puts a multi-touch surface on the back and the right edge of the iPhone. It recognizes all of your fingers at once, and in my brief time trying it out, it works great. But who the hell is going to buy it?
When Apple added gyroscope and compass to the iPhone, a slew of apps appeared [Read More...]
Apple’s future notebooks could be even thinner as Intel works to “significantly” reduce the power consumption of its future Ivy Bridge processors. The company’s existing chips â€” like those installed in today’s MacBook Air â€” are rated at 17 watts, but sources say the new version will be well below this.
That means the chip won’t require as much battery power to keep it ticking over. In turn, batteries can become smaller, [Read More...]
Maybe you’ve never heard of mineral oil but it’s an amazing liquid that let’s you perform all kind of magic. You can do neat crap with it, like take apart your perfectly good MacBook Pro, dump the components in a vat of mineral oil, and it’ll still work.
I don’t know why you would want to waste a perfectly good MacBook Pro, but one Reddit user decided a liquid cooled MacBook would [Read More...]