iLounge rocks. I’ve said it many times. When it comes to gear from Apple and other three parties, they analyze the hell out of it and share that info with the world. They didn’t fail us when a post titled, “Eleven Things You Didn’t Know About the 2008 iPods.” It’s really a fantastic read. check [...]
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I’m extremely thankful that Apple is consistently releasing updates to the iPhone 2 software to improve stability and resolve issues. The latest update for iPhone should be out this Friday but there are a few websites linking directly to the download link. As a responsible blogger, I’ll keep these links to myself for now. Apple [...]
Our buddy Sam Levin, just launched AppMinute which is an iPhone App News and Information site. Sam and Tim Robertson are publishing this site daily and it’s worth adding to your RSS reader. I’m hooked and love reading blogs that are specific to certain topics.
Andrew Mager over at CNET launched “The Web Life” this week. Huge congrats to him. You can read about the announcement on his blog. Check out The Web Life and add it to your RSS reader.
A week ago, on my blog, I proposed the thought of: with apps like Pandora, Last.fm, and Tuner (among a couple others), why even put music on our iPhones? Some thought it was a dumb idea, others embraced it. Before anyone spoke a word about it, I decided to challenge myself. The challenge: to not [...]
You know what to do… Woot.com Luckily, I caught it early on. Those who are just tuning in; You’ve missed the following items.
The guys over at Yoono released version 5.0.6 of the popular sidebar app today. I don’t usually blog about small enhancements but Yoono rocks and they finally added support for Digg and Google Reader! Check out Yoono’s blog entry on their latest update.
You may (or may have not) noticed over at adamandlauragowest and resoluteopinion that there haven’t been any new posts in a few days. Well, if you’re wondering or perhaps have this same issue. I updated some plug-ins and started getting an Error 500 as soon as I logged in to the WordPress dashboard on both [...]
You can watch Zuckerburg’s f8 keynote live now. http://www.visualwebcaster.com/Facebook/50038/event.html
Today, Apple announced record quarter profits, record Mac sales, strong iPhone sales, increase in iPod sales and record retail store foot traffic and pretty much Apple’s best quarter ever. Yet, once again, stocks drop substantially. I don’t follow AAPL on a daily basis but I do take a peek after every quarterly announcement and without [...]
I’ve ordered a CherryPal cloud computer and it should be here in the next couple of weeks. It’s a very low power linux powered computer that runs on an XScale processor. The specs are very similar to an EeePC but this is a desktop computer. The price is only $249 so I’ll be testing it [...]
I did some presentations today and a few people asked if those slides would be available for download. These slides were really just to keep me on task and to not ramble but I’m providing them anyway for those who asked. Social Networking for those who have a life Lifecasting… the basics
CNET Interviewed me and Laura on the way out of the Apple Store this morning. I didn’t know she was my “wife” Full Article here. SAN FRANCISCO Apple store, 9:15 a.m.: Adam Jackson just left the Apple store with two iPhone 3Gs, a white 16GB one for himself, and a black 8GB one for his [...]
Our friends over at FastMac are developing the coolest accessory for the iPhone that I’ve ever witnessed. The unit is a Swiss army knife for the iPhone. Combining a battery charger, flash for the camera, louder external speaker, Apple Bluetooth headset charger and still allows the iPhone to be docked in its original dock which [...]
Forbes’ editor, Rachel Rosmarin posted an article today with her predictions for the upcoming Macworld keynote from Steve Jobs. They’re all rumors but there are some particularly funny bits. A 2007 rumor that the company was in talks with executives at Volkswagen had some people yearning for a Mac-integrated Jetta or Passat. More likely than [...]