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Apple's Safari Reader May Become a Publishing Game Changer

The WWDC 2011 keynote was jam-packed with software innovations and new offerings from Apple, including new versions of its desktop and mobile operating systems, as well as the all new iCloud.  Of everything announced though, there was one new feature...

BlackBerry App World is Here!

They missed their March 2009 launch by a day, but who cares... it's here.  RIM and BlackBerry® take their next step in the ongoing competition with Apple and the iPhone.  Finally an application store for our BlackBerry's, which is something...

New iPod Shuffle Might Just Be Too Small

Apple has been following a trend of going smaller and sleeker with their designs, and continue to push the envelope with the introduction of the new iPod Shuffle this week.  Even though it now has 4GB of memory (1,000 songs),...

The PerfectStorm?

Got an iPhone?  Want a BB Storm?  Well before you go changing carriers and investing in a couple hundred dollars of hardware, there's a new iPhone theme you may want to check out first.The self proclaimed PerfectStorm brings the look...

iTunes abandons DRM

Digital Rights Management (DRM) is an access control technology designed to limit the functionality of digital media.  By functionality, I mean the ability of a consumer to copy songs or move them to multiple computers.  Most of the music inventory...

The new MacBook vs. the Economy

On November 10th, Digitimes reported that Apple and Asustek were reducing notebook outsourcing by 20-30% for the fourth quarter of this year.  This came less than a month after the October 14th launch of the Unibody MacBook and MacBook Pro....

Mac based web developers may want to check out Coda before Dreamweaver

I didn't learn web development the best way and I know it.  My first real job was a typesetting and page layout position for a publishing company.  One day the boss asked me if I had any interest in web...

MacBooks Get a Facelift

MacBook is Apple's most popular Mac, and for some reason, Apple decided to start over with their new versions.The first order of business... out with the polycarbonate and in with the aluminum case design.  The key to the new enclosure is it's...

Dell Makes an Attempt at Style

Everyone I know used to owned a Dell.  I think I've owned 3 or 4 in the past 10 years.  But Dell took a tumble a few years back, and lost their commanding grasp on the market.   I think...

New Nano Impression

Today the new iPod Nano was introduced to the world by Mr. Steve Jobs and I'm mildly impressed.  It's smaller, somewhat thinner, and comes in every color of the rainbow (actually it only comes in 9, but that's good enough...