Don't tell me Apple are too busy thinking about big cat names to*continually push out updates for their products. Don't tell me that they're constantly thinking of new and exciting ways to give you a free bumper (that may or may not arrive), because just last week they pushed some pretty serious updates to MobileMe
As the rumour mill inevitably starts to churn out the rumours, we hear word of an 11.6-inch MacBook Air
. Such a machine wouldn't be that much bigger than an iPad, but then again, the 12" PowerBook was a pretty sexy machine back in it's day, too.
In today's multi-window desktop environment, what helps you manage you windows better? Do you need a window manager for your window manager? No? How about something that will*let you adjust the transparency of your windows
So there's this American Customer Satisfaction index, right, and apparently the iPad is the highest scoring product
in the history of said customer satisfaction index. You guys sure love your iPads, don't you? Well, those of you that haven't sold them off, anyway.
A long, long, time ago, in a little news blog not unlike this one, I told you about a PSP running OSX. That turned out to be a fake, but what isn't is this here HTC Shift — a 7" UMPC with a tiny keyboard and ran Windows Vista by default. Now it runs OSX
Augmented reality. Tower defence. If you're a fan of both, you'll*absolutely*love the upcoming ARDefender game for iOS devices. The idea is that you print out a tower, use the iPhone to take a picture, then have to defend that tower from whatever nasties come your way. Intrigued? Touch Arcade has more
Say what you want about the Kindle, there's no denying it's got a huge library of apps to extend functionality and allow you to do all sorts of crazy things.*Actually, I lied — seems like the first third-party application on the Kindle is Scrabble
It's an undisputed fact that Dropbox is awesome. Will a Dropbox-powered social network be just as awesome
, though, or are we stuck with the evil Facebook and full-of-security holes Diaspora?
Solipskier is a pretty cool game for the iPhone. Paul Miller from Engadget describes how Solipskier is runing his life
, including the discovery and analysis of Solipskier theoretics
Finally this morning, Apple are experimenting with a Genius Bar wedding service
— of course, it's the only logical step after people refer to your cultural following as a religion, or a cult.