Ars Technica show you how to rip songs from your iPod
, regardless of which operating system you choose to roll with.
Macworld have a great article on understanding your iPhone backup
The Apple Blog has a look at how much (good) tech support is actually worth
- sure, you saved money on that Dell, but is that anything compared to how much money you'll save when your hard drive dies?
Apple understand that your new i7-iMac (if it arrived undamaged, that is) is a close competitor to the Mac Pro, at least in the preformance stakes. Which is precisely why there's a new Mac Pro just around the corner
Remember how Gameloft said they would cut back their Android developing efforts? Well, it seems there's a difference between cutting back and stopping entirely, as they've just announced support for future Android handsets
It seems there's a Product(RED) version of everything these days, and iPhone apps are no exception. A Product(RED) version of Shazam is now available on the App Store
seems like a handy tool to... generate glitches. The glitches it generate actually seem real, but I don't think you'll be fooling any Apple Genius with this one.
There's an awesome new app, and it speaks your language
. Or not, depending on which way you look at it.
What exactly was the thinking behind Apple's purchase of PA Semi? Macworld attempt to take a deeper look into why such an acquisition took place
PasteMagazine tell us the best gadgets of the decade
. Yeah, there are a couple of Apple products in there.
There's more to Expose than meets they eye, so it's definitely good news that there are blogs willing to publish their Expose tips and tricks
Finally, ZAGGskins are basically customisable protective film for your portable gadget. If you're not the designer-y type this might not interest you, but having an iPhone with your own design/logo would be pretty cool - and you'll also get the added bonus of scratch protection! They're also 50% off till November 30, so go get 'em