Review of Touchgrind for the iPhone

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If you are at all interested in both the iPhone and skateboarding you know about Touchgrind . You’ve probably seen the trailer for it at least a couple of times, just like I have. But, you may be skeptical as to how good the game is, I was too. The game currently costs $4.99 and […]

Tech I’m Thankful For

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These past few years have been great in the world of technology and since today is Thanksgiving I thought I would share with all of you what I’m thankful for in this tech world. The iPhone, I still have the original iPhone but since I live in an area without 3G coverage it wasn’t worth […]

Update All Option Returns in iPhone Firmware 2.2

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If you remember back when iPhone firmware 2.0.2 came out an option was removed from the App Store, you could no longer “Update All” from the iPhone. This feature seemed to be disabled because it was causing some of the problems with buggy apps and nearly constant crashing (I didn’t have those problems of course). […]

iPhone 2.2 Software Update Now Available

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Just connect your iPhone to your computer and click “Check for updates” in iTunes. Here’s what Apple has to say about the update: This update contains many bug fixes and improvements, including the following: Enhancements to Maps -Google Street View -public transit and walking directions -display address of dropped pins -share location via email Enhancements […]

DisplayPort MacBooks Showing HDCP Errors While Playing iTunes Content

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Apparently some of the content in the iTunes store (from what I can tell, only the HDTV shows) have HDCP which means that if you want to connect one of those brand new MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Airs to a non-HDCP compliant display that uses DVI or HDMI your not going to be able […]

Jerry Yang Steps Down From Yahoo! CEO Position

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Although Yang isn’t completely leaving Yahoo! (he will still remain as “cheif yahoo” and still be on the board of directors) he has decided to step down from the CEO position. I don’t have much to say about this decision other than it will probably make a lot of stock holders happy (all of the […]

I Hate Coverflow

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Recently Apple released an update to the new 4th generation iPod Nanos. Included in this update is the ability to turn coverflow off, so if you turn your Nano on its side it won’t go into coverflow mode. I’ve been wondering why Apple hasn’t released this feature for the iPhone. I absolutely hate coverflow mode […]

Netflix Announces “HD-DVDs Are Going Away”

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We all knew that HD-DVD was dead but you have still been able to purchase new HD-DVDs an have also been able to rent HD-DVDs from places like Netflix. But Netflix has officially announced that HD-DVDs will be “going away.” Starting December 15, 2008 Netflix will no longer be carrying HD-DVDs. Netflix will automatically replace […]

Rumor: Sony BMG’s Music to Be iTunes Plus Very Soon

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9 to 5 Mac is claiming that Sony BMG is going to start letting Apple sell it’s music in the iTunes Plus format. That means unprotected high quality audio of Sony BMG music in iTunes. There isn’t any reason to believe that this isn’t true since 9 to 5 Mac has had a pretty good […]

Guitar Rock Tour Hits the App Store

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Guitar Rock Tour was recently released on the App Store and it is one heck of a game. The game is developed by Gameloft and is essentially a Guitar Hero World Tour clone, for the iPhone. The game has two instruments to play, Guitar and Drums, 17 licensed tracks including Beat it, In the Shadow, […]

More Confirmation of Podcast Downloads in iPhone Firmware 2.2

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Some more screenshots have hit the web that seem to confirm that iPhone firmware 2.2 will in fact enable downloading of podcasts directly to the device. These new screenshots, published on “Flo’s Weblog,” show the ability to download these pocasts even over the 3G network. The new functionality will let users browse podcasts from within […]

Apple Tells Mac Mini Enthusiast to Be Patient

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Currently this is just a rumor and I haven’t found any confirmation of it yet but allegedly a Mac Mini enthusiast sent an email to Bob Mansfield, Mac hardware engineering chief, regarding the possible demise of the product. Mansfield didn’t personally reply but a colleague did reply, not stating a time table for a Mac […]


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