Category Archives: Apple
Can you see what I did there? Anyway, the other day Ian wondered out loud: Just How Did Apple “Journalism” Get This Bad? and I read it and I, old hand that I am now sat harrumphing in agreement all … Continue reading
It’s got to be worth remembering that it was *he who decided to ally with Google so closely and that put Apple in this shitty position today. Google ran off with the turn by turn crown jewels and gained a … Continue reading
I’ve been using an HTC Windows Phone with removable battery for nearly two years now and the ONLY time that feature has proved useful has been the occasions I’ve had to take the battery to to reset the bloody thing.
Are you a tech journalist or pundit? Have you ever written an article about what Steve Jobs would have thought of the decisions and directions Apple has taken since he passed away? STOP IT. Barely any of you got it … Continue reading
I needed a new graphics card for my Mac Pro. Well, I didn’t need one per-se as much as I would have liked one. So like all good clueless Apple fanboys I went to the Apple Store website and did … Continue reading
We have to let go of this notion that for Apple to win, Microsoft has to lose. We have to let go of this notion that for Apple to lose, someone else has to win.
I’ve been testing keyboard cases for the iPad – they are all mostly a bit rubbish. I think the keyboards could be improved with some judicious editing – below is an image of a generic style keyboard that you see … Continue reading
New iPad Tops Three Million “The new iPad is a blockbuster with three million sold?the strongest iPad launch yet,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. “Customers are loving the incredible new features of iPad, including the … Continue reading
It’s already started and in many ways it’s already too late. The Mike Daisey controversy has turned into an ethical and moral hand-wringing about journalism art, and what it means, if customers should get their money back for the show. … Continue reading