Friday Morning News
Remember the good ol' days, back when Apple and Google were friends? Seems as no-one does - which is precisely why Gizmodo have compiled a short article on where it all started to go wrong
People who use Buzz on the iPhone rejoice - all two of you can now reap the benefits of a native iPhone app
for the newest social networking platform on the block.
Once upon a time, a device called the BlackBerry was purportedly more addictive than crack (cocaine). Has the iPhone overtaken the humble CrackBerry
in terms of addictiveness? Is that even a word?
There's a new MacHiest NanoBundle
John Gruber weighs in
on the Apple-vs-HTC lawsuit; if you can't beat 'em, sue 'em. Not surprisingly, Google defend HTC
in this particular debacle.
PatentlyApple says that Apple have been granted a patent for a "highly advanced battery recharging system
Western Digital make some hard drives with cool displays
that display information even when the drive is powered down - but we all know that that stuff is powered by unicorn tears, anyway.
Another one of those crazy, pseudo, it's-like-you're-taking-hardcore-drugs-but-you're-not apps for your iPhone. And it's about math
Why the iPod Touch is Apple's secret weapon
is a very good insight into why the entry-level into the iPhone OS actually exists.
Steam is Valve's digital distrubution platform for games, and there's a good chance it will be coming to the Mac. Valve's teaser is nothing short of sheer brilliance