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by on June 28th, 2010


If you are still wondering and having second thoughts whether to buy the new iPhone 4 because of it’s faulty reception issues, then your worries end here. Introducing the all new iHand – the ultimate solution to all your iHand problems. Now you can get 100% signals, anytime anywhere. Absolutely no worries.

by on June 27th, 2010

Gyroscope was one valuable addition announced at the iPhone 4 launch. For those who missed that part, gyroscope enables capturing motion in 3D which means that any application can use the motion of the iPhone 4 holder and respond accordingly. Naturally, games are the best candidate for exploiting this new functionality. GunRange from ng:moco has turned out to be the first iPhone 4 game to exploit this feature.

by on May 5th, 2010

We all want to believe what Steve Jobs claimed in his long blog post in a reply to all the recent criticism Apple has faced for it’s lack of Flash support. We even went to the point of actually believing that it’s time for Flash to be replaced with the new open standards of playing video and animations on the mobile web. But this video reveals the other side of the story. Here we see HTML5 animations on iPad from a popular HTML5 demo website. The video speaks for itself.

by on April 10th, 2010


The war between Adobe and Apple seems to be raging. With the release of iPhone OS4, the developer agreement now includes a complete section on which applications will be considered for inclusion into the App Store and Apple has specifically stated that “…only application written ORGINALLY in C++,  Objecttive C or JS” will be considered as iPhone apps. The rest can simply go to hell. Steve Jobs has seriously gone insane. period.

by on March 22nd, 2010

Even after getting caught using the older version of iPhone OS, Steve Jobs seems to have ignored all the negative criticism he got. The news now is that he is still using iPhone OS 3.1.2 which is evident from his latest email reply to one of 9to5Mac readers.

by on January 28th, 2010

In the Apple Event happening now, Steve Jobs has finally announced the most awaited Apple product this year: The iPad. iPad is a tablet that, according to Steve Jobs, covers the space between a Notebook and Phone. iPad OS looks almost exactly like iPhone OS but with a bigger screen and amazingly improved User Experience.


Steve Jobs demonstrated the iPad and it seems to be very comfortable using it. Typing experience looked very easy and he was doing it without any mistake. Everything seems to be flawless. It’s like a big iPhone! you can enjoy games, listen to music, surf the internet and do more.

by on January 24th, 2009

Originally named as McIntosh but later had to be renamed as Macintosh due to legal issues, today Mac has turned 25, Happy Birthday Mac! It was in January 24, 1984 when the first Macintosh went on sale. The specs at that time were revolutionary and they came with a heavy price tag:

by on September 2nd, 2008

Fellas found this great video on Youtube. Enjoy!