Engadget believes it has the first photos of Apple’s new iPhone, and though the evidence is not conclusive, gadget geeks are engaging in a frenzy of speculation and anticipation.
Just a bit more than a year after we first laid eyes on iPhone OS 3.0, Apple is back with the latest big revision of the OS that powers the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. iPhone OS 4 is shipping this summer
Ilan Spillinger, Microsoft’s Xbox 360 VP, was on hand in Tel Aviv yesterday for a showcase of Project Natal. Although there wasn’t much in the way of groundbreaking stuff, the resulting video does show off the motion control system’s gender recognition
The advertising program, which Twitter calls Promoted Tweets, will show up when Twitter users search for keywords that the advertisers have bought to link to their ads. Later, Twitter plans to show promoted posts in the stream of Twitter posts, based on how relevant they might be to a particular user.
After an unusually long wait, Apple has finally released updated models of its MacBook Pro line of notebooks.
Starting today, YouTube will look dramatically different for everyone. That’s because the Google-owned video website will be rolling out its redesign to all users over the next few hours — the rollout should be complete by 7:00 p.m. today.
Line2 is a mobile app from Toktumi that’s a refreshing option for iPhone users who need to maintain a separate personal and a business phone number.
Imagine picking up a Nintendo DS and playing games in 3D without the clunky, dork-tastic glasses. Nintendo says a handheld gaming device that’ll do just that will launch in Japan before the end of March 2011, and that it’ll reveal its so-called “Nintendo 3DS” to the world for the first time at E3 2010 this summer.
Can you feel the tension? Opera is now in the throes of the App Store approval process. The wait is on to see if Apple will loosen its grip and approve the fast (very fast) Opera Mini browser for iPhone app that we checked out at
Are we gazing onto the cusp of a new horizon, one where our Xbox 360 storage needs aren’t shackled to overpriced proprietary hard drives?
The BookBook by 12 South, a company that designs computer accesories for Apple products, is a clever and smart way to both disguise and protect your 13″ or 15″ MacBook or MacBook Pro. Faux vintage books with rigid covers become zippered cases with protective padded interiors for your laptop.
Hey, remember Spawn Labs? Look, we know last September was a long, long time ago, but how could you ever forget the box that essentially acts as the Slingbox for your video game consoles?
The iPhone commercials claim that for almost everything, “there is an app for that,” and frankly, those adverts aren’t joking. There are thousands of iPhone apps available with hundreds more added every month.
The Mirage, design proposed by David Seesing. I noticed a story on a student design project for Bentley at the UK’s Royal College of Art called the Aero-Ace in the always fabulous Wallpaper magazine. Definitely worth sharing, and adding to as well. The text and images below are from their January, 2010 issue, plus I’ve added some video and additional images and sketches from the artists
Not sure why we’ve been putting this off, but we’ll just come right out and say it: there’s no doubt that this was the year for 3D at CES. We walked the show floor for countless hours and can tell you that just about everyone was showing something related to 3D at their booths. Most of these demos required a bit of a wait to experience them (thanks, hype), and everywhere you went people were talking about 3D. Granted, not all of that talk was positive, but it was talk nonetheless. Whether or not the technology will be seen in history as a success in the market place is obviously still up in the air, and much like a finely crafted episode of Lost, 3D at CES this year was littered with more questions than answer
While the iPad boasts a lot of features, one of them isn’t Flash. The Adobe plug-in is nowhere to be found on Apple’s device, meaning that many online games and video sites (such as Hulu) aren’t usable on Apple’s tablet device.
2K Sports announced today that they will give away an unprecedented cash prize in the amount of $1,000,000 to the first person who throws a verified perfect game in Major League Baseball® 2K10,
Yes, I know that iPad analysis abounds in abnormal amounts right now. But still, now that it’s out, now that we know what it can and cannot do, one cannot help but think about its future. Is it going to be a hit? Is it going to be a failure? Is it good enough as it is, or will Apple need to change something to make it work?
Although Google may have launched Nexus One with a unique direct-to-consumer strategy, it appears that might soon be changing, as the phone could be headed to the shelves of Walmart.
Sony Computer Entertainment says they will release motion controllers for the PlayStation 3 this fall, delaying a tentative spring launch.In a statement released early this morning, Sony says the postponement will give the company more time to lay out a complementary software lineup…
The Xbox news was the highlight of CEO Steve Ballmer’s keynote opening the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Wednesday, which was delayed by a brief power outage and included a lengthy pitch for Microsoft’s recently launched Windows 7 operating system...
Today, Nike Sportswear released True City, an iPhone app that provides users with a unique insight into six European cities, making the hidden visible through the knowledge…