Adobe’s CEO responds to Apple’s Open Letter On Flash

Frankly the Adobe CEO’s WSJ interview, which ended up focussing on his rebuttal of Steve Jobs’ Open Letter on Flash, was embarrassing. Mr. Narayen called Steve’s accusations of Flash draining battery power “patently false.” A statement which is in itself “patently false”. Mr. Narayen also said that if Adobe crashes on … Read the Full Story →

Extreme Sheepdog Trials for iPhone. Fun and Engrossing Game

Extreme Sheepdog Trials Rating: If your grew up in the UK in the 70′s and 80′s then your Sunday evenings may have included watching flat capped northerners whistling at their dogs in order to move a flock of sheep around a field. Now that may not sound that interesting but … Read the Full Story →

Glu Mobile’s ‘Mini Golf Wacky Worlds’ iPhone Game Now Free

We recently received an update from Glu Mobile (NASDAQ:GLUU) regarding the price drop of one of its most popular and entertaining 3D golf games called Mini Golf Wacky Worlds. We reviewed this title last year and the game was awarded 4 stars. From the review: Mini Golf Wacky Worlds is … Read the Full Story →

Apple Rejects iSealClub. PETA says ‘Good Job, Steve Jobs!’

Apple continues to make headlines for its App Store approval process. In early March we reported Apple’s attempt to ‘tidy’ the App Store by removing WiFi signal finder apps, iPhone apps containing too much adult content and ‘cookie cutter’ applications. Each time Apple attempts to deny or remove a certain … Read the Full Story →

Microsoft Courier: Just a Concept after all

It was a sad day today as I scanned the web for news of what was new and exciting going on in the world of Technology. I came across confirmation of what myself, and many others feared for a long time. The Courier is not real. And it never will … Read the Full Story →

Does Apple iPad Complement iPhone 4G?

iPhone 4G and Apple iPad 2010 may very well go down in history as the year Apple started to take over the mobile space. The year started with the Cupertino-based company revealing the much rumored and anticipated Apple tablet computer; the iPad. Who knew the iPad would come to dominate … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s iAd to be a Premium Mobile Ad Service

The Wall Street Journal is reporting some interesting, and I think quite exciting, news about how Apple intends to position its iAd service. I have been saying for quite some time that I believe that Apple’s ad service would have to conform to some pretty high standards for Apple themselves … Read the Full Story →

Hot News: Steve Jobs Writes An Open Letter About Flash

In a rather unusual move Steve Jobs has eschewed his normal curt emails from his iPhone or iPad and typed an opus on Apple’s reasoning behind not allowing Flash on iDevices. What’s more he’s posted it front page on the Apple corporate web site for all to see. It makes … Read the Full Story →

Apple Buys Intrinsity, Its Wider Implications

AnandTech has a fascinating piece on the early history of Intrinsity (the fabless semiconductor company behind Apple’s A4 processor in the iPad), and how they came to part of Apple’s portfolio of companies. As well as what that purchase actually means for Apple and other parts of the industry. The … Read the Full Story →

BREAKING: Apple buys Siri

What is Siri? And why would Apple buy it? You may or may not have heard of Siri. Siri is basically a new kind of search engine for mobile devices. Some have described it as part of the new web. A web that comes after the era of typing searches into … Read the Full Story →

Apple Announces WWDC 2010 Dates. June 7 in San Francisco

Today Apple announced the dates for this years Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2010) which will take place from June 7 – 11 at San Francisco’s Moscone West convention center. The five-day conference will include iPad development sessions and hands-on working labs for iPhone OS 4. Scott Forstall, Apple’s senior … Read the Full Story →

Apple iPhone 4G / HD Releasing Earlier?

If you follow tech news and trends you know Apple has been forced into a very unusual situation for them. No other company is as secretive and guarded with their products and product announcements as Apple. It was with much amazement and wonder then that a prototype of the next … Read the Full Story →

Would Shakespeare Have Used Apple’s iPad?

It’s not a question that has been asked before to my knowledge but as I awaited the delivery of my new Stylus and my mind wandered to thoughts of my next blockbuster novel, (I’ve not had any blockbuster novels to this point but I’ve thought about writing a lot of … Read the Full Story →

Video Call references in iPhone OS 4.0 SDK. Wi-Fi only?

As we all suspected, and is now fairly certain, the new iPhone 4G will have a front facing camera, and as such we can expect some kind of video chat or video conferencing feature in the new device. MacRumours is reporting some interesting tidbits pulled out of an analysis of … Read the Full Story →