Game Industry: Adapt, Or Apple Will Destroy You

By James Mowery

What do Rovio, Firemint, Gameloft, PopCap Games, Backflip Studios, and Spacetime Studios have in common? They are game developers that have taken the concept of a modern-day video game and rendered it onto a

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Japan Apple Stores as Disaster Headquarters

By Tyler

I’d like to think that many companies were as generous as Apple Japan was during the recent earthquake/tsunami disasters, but I’m not sure how they could be. With Apple’s unique store setup (room for

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Steve Jobs vs Bill Gates? Not so much

By Tyler

Most rabid Apple and Windows fans will tell you Steve Jobs and Bill Gates are natural enemies. They run “rival” companies, are constantly compared to each other and broke into the business at similar

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Mivizu to Help Japan Earthquake Victims

By Dan Hinckley

The past 24 hours have been devastating to individuals in Japan and the Pacific region.  The Earthquake and Tsunami have impacted the lives of thousands.    Many organizations and individuals have quickly stepped up to offer help

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Ultimate Productivity App Showdown: OmniFocus

By James Mowery

Managing tasks can be a difficult thing for people living in the digital age. There is an incredible amount of information always seeking to distract us, causing a loss in focus. But two applications

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The iPad 2 Has Cameras! Hurray?

By Alan Hammond

We asked for cameras on the iPad 2. Apple threw us a bone and complied. But, why the alleged poor quality? Does it matter? Don’t get me wrong, Steve. We’re all glad you answered

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An iPad in Every Pot: The Best Buy Rumor

By Alan Hammond

Sort of like the old “chicken in every pot” political slogan, electronics retailer, Best Buy, is rumored to be putting an iPad in the hands of every retail employee. A boatload of iPads for

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Steve Jobs Reveals iPad 2, Knows It’s “Amazing”

By James Mowery

Steve Jobs stunned the world after taking the stage today. But as exciting as it was to see Jobs back on stage, there was some business to be taken care of. It came in

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