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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...

The BlackBerry Storm 8 Months Later

I really wanted to like this Smartphone.  I've tried so hard.  People ask me on a daily basis how I like the Storm.  I can't tell if they ask out of general curiosity, or pity, but I lie either way...

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...

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...

Pandora for the BlackBerry Storm?

I usually have Pandora, the internet-based radio station, running in the background while I work, and I see the ads showcasing the Pandora application for the iPhone just about every time I log in.  In fact, Pandora for iPhone just...

YouTube Client Offers Richer Experience for BlackBerry Storm Users

The BlackBerry Storm's built-in web browser is capable of browsing YouTube, but it was a little depressing that my new toy did not come with a YouTube application out of the box like the iPhone does.  The experience worked well...

Bloggers dream of a perfect iPhone

Earlier this week Gizmodo posted a concept design of what they vision should be the next generation of the popular iPhone.  The design was originally developed by blogger Matt Brady and named the iPhone Elite.  Gizmodo took his concept and...

Even Santa needs Tech

On a recent trip to the local shopping mall I caught a glimpse of technology helping out Ole Kris Kringle himself.  During a lull in the line of children waiting to tell the big man what they wanted this year,...

Interesting "First Reactions" to the BlackBerry Storm

An interesting marketing video was just released by Verizon Wireless for the BlackBerry Storm.  It's advertised more as a fun and stylish tech-toy more than anything else.  It's very apparent that they are targeting it at consumers who have interest...

Will the BlackBerry Storm blow the competition away?

I'm behind the times when it comes to my mobile phone.  It's not that I don't want a 3G phone, but I'm afraid of it becoming a leash.  However, times are changing, and I really can't afford to not have...

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...