Tuesday, 23 October 2012 21:47
Today Apple unveils its long-rumored iPad Mini. Measuring 7.87″ x 5.3″, this smaller iteration of Apple’s beloved tablet offers a 7.9″ LED-backlit Multi-Touch display with IPS technology and features 1024 x 768 resolution at 163 pixels per inch. Powered by the same Dual-core A5 chip as the iPad 2, the iPad Mini utilizes a new FaceTime HD camera that takes 1.2 megapixel photos, 720p HD video and offers both face detection and backside illumination. Joining the high-definition FaceTime camera is a 5 megapixel iSight camera, allowing for 1080p HD video recording. [See & Read More]
Thursday, 20 September 2012 16:48
HTC has unveiled its latest smartphones in a bid to steal some of the spotlight from Apple‘s upcoming iPhone 5. Sporting bold colored designs similar to the recently announced Nokia Lumia flagship phones, the new HTC’s will run Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 OS. The 8X phone features an 8 megapixel rear-facing camera while the 8S sports a 5 megapixel camera. The larger 8X boasts a 4.3 inch HD super LCD 2 compared to the smaller 8S’ 4 inch super LCD, both featuring Corning Glass protection. As the flagship, the 8X runs on a speedy dual-core 1.5 GHz processor with 1GB of RAM while the lower speed 8S’ dual-core processor clocks in at 1GHz with 512 MB of RAM. Both will be available in a host of colors in addition to the standard black. The new phones will be available starting November.
Thursday, 20 September 2012 15:46
Samsung stirs the pot once again with its latest video spot, belittling the release of the brand new Apple iPhone 5. For several months, the world has been privy to the innovations of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S3 which are shown thoroughly in the video. However earlier this year, it was deemed that several Samsung devices were direct infringements on Apple patents. While it’s to be argued to what extent the previous Galaxy S releases contributed into the current S3 platform’s feature set, nevertheless the S3 still possesses several noteworthy features that Samsung is quick to point out.
Friday, 14 September 2012 15:26
Perhaps the sole letdown in Apple‘s enviable line up, the ubiquitous white earphones have never been up to the exacting standards of the rest of Apple’s products. Amongst the headline grabbing releases of the past week, Apple have quietly introduced what may be one of the most important updates for the company in recent memory, the new Apple EarPods. Featuring a revolutionary rather than evolutionary design that’s been three years in the making, the new EarPods look set to right the wrongs of the previous earphones. Having extensively studied the wide-ranging geometry of the human ear, the Cupertino-based company have created a new set of earphones that can accommodate a wide range of ears with a unique design that intentionally directs sound right into the ear canal. Leaving no stone unturned, the new earphones feature a series of ports designed to optimize acoustics. Enjoy.
Thursday, 13 September 2012 17:51
Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook took the stage Wednesday to unveil an eagerly awaited revamping of the company’s flagship products, including the iPhone, iPod, iTunes—all the way down to its ubiquitous white earphones. So to celebrate the new iPhone 5 let's take a look back at how the Apple iPhone has evolved over the years. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 12 September 2012 19:32
As the anticipation was building today leading up to Apple’s WWDC, the much talked-about iPhone 5 has officially been unveiled. The iPhone 4/4S successor is expectedly impressive with an all glass and aluminum body and structure. Living up to much of the rumors and early grapevine conversations, the iPhone 5 arrives with some subtle and other substantial changes. [Watch & Read More]
Wednesday, 29 August 2012 15:03
Forbes' Reporter Morgan Brennan takes a tour of an iPad-Powered home. The technology works remotely from anywhere in the world. If you have an internet connection, you can control the home. Want the air conditioning running when you walk through the door on a hot summer day, flick it on using your iPhone. Enjoy.
Thursday, 23 August 2012 14:46
The newly announced Incase Hammered Hardshell Case for your MacBook Air isn’t designed to withstand actual blows from a hammer, while it will give your computer a significant level of added protection from the rigors of your daily travels. It’s actually the visual cues from the shell’s textured, injection-molded surface that give it the name. While in the snap-on case though, you still have full access to all of your computer’s charging dock and side ports, making it a rugged second skin of sorts. Rubberized feet on the bottom of the case prevent slipping, and open up air channels between the MacBook’s fan and the surface it rests upon. Starting in September, you’ll be able to pick up the Hammered Hardshell Case from the InCase web shop, as well as select Apple stores around the globe.
Published in Fashion
Tuesday, 03 July 2012 14:36
If you’re not a student but still want a discount on a new MacBook Pro with Retina Display or MacBook Air, don’t miss this discount. Best Buy has announced that they will be slashing the price on the low-end MacBook Pro with Retina display to $140 off the MSRP, and the price of the low-end MacBook Air from $999 to $949 (with up to $75 off of other models). If you would like to check out these deals for yourself, check out Best Buy’s Apple page. [Read More]
Published in News
Monday, 18 June 2012 17:43
Despite the move towards mobile computing, part of the reason why powerful desktops such as the Mac Pro remain in-demand is the film community. Big rigs are required for dumping, editing, and coloring footage. Yet, even machines like Apple’s top-of-the-line behemoths don’t have the ideal specs to handle the massive 4K footage files from RED cameras. [Read More]