I remember on January 9, 2007 falling deeply in love with the iPhone. A few days later realities set in for me, and while I still liked the idea, but I also knew at that point it was more about the possibilities it represented than what it was at the time.  There was, however, another… read more

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Rumors of the iPhone coming to Verizon have circulated since the phone first came out in 2007. To be honest, I’d given up caring some time back, but these latest rumors are the strongest yet, and it does appear that the Apple phone will show up on the Verizon network some time next year. The… read more

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Tomorrow Apple is holding a press conference to discuss the iPhone 4.  Everyone is assuming it will be about the antenna issue, and Mark ‘Rizzn’ Hopkins has an idea what the solution may be …… read more

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Apparently if you are unhappy with the new AT&T data plans, then you just need to keep those thoughts to yourself.  Complaints will not be tolerated. In this day and age of hyper-connectivity, it is not unusual for customers to e-mail CEOs of companies directly with questions and complaints.  Very few of them respond, although… read more

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One of the biggest prospects people have mentioned as a good use for a device like the new Apple iPad has been the potential of comic books. Marvel Comics wasted no time with getting its application out there, and while it has potential, there are still some issues. The application is also available for the… read more

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All I have to say is, “It’s about ******’ time!” Word has been circulating all day today that not only will Apple be unveiling the long-rumored Apple Tablet on Wednesday as its press event, but that it may also finally be announcing that the iPhone will be available on multiple carriers, breaking the exclusivity with… read more

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Scattercast is 47… and it doesn’t want to hear your sassin’! – The iPhone 3G S is coming out this month… let the whining of the owners of iPhone 3G units commence! – StumbleUpon is REALLY freaking me out this week. – Some brief talk about about cartoons. – It looks like all systems are… read more

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I am really getting fed up with cell phone exclusivity. While cell phone manufacturers have been signing exclusivity deals for years, I don’t think it really got into the mainstream consensus until Apple made the iPhone exclusive to AT&T in the United States.  They then followed this up with exclusive deals in every country they… read more

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Did I somehow miss the announcement of new Mac Minis at Macworld? While I was writing up the Macworld keynote address for StarterTech, I was anxiously awaiting to hear all about the new models of the Mac Mini. … I’m still waiting. The Mac Mini is a Mac that comes with no keyboard, mouse or… read more

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Apple is all over the blogosphere again, and again it is for the craziness of Apple fans more than the company themselves. It seems that on Friday, July 4th people were spotted lining up outside the Apple flagship store on 5th avenue in New York City.  Why were they lining up?  Because they wanted to… read more

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You know, I love my iPods, and it is true I have watched each announcement with great interest, but there is a point where you want to tell people to just get a grip. While cruising my RSS feeds today, I stumbled across this post on 9to5Mac that just made me want to run out… read more


Bill Maher had a good time mocking things I work with each day on this week’s Real Time With Bill Maher. Working with, I write daily about technology sites with names that sometimes make me go “huh? What does this name have to do with what this site does?”. Then there is the whining… read more

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