Archive for the 'iPhone' Category

Pain Is A Gift

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

Fans of Apple’s iPhone and iPad platforms should be thrilled by the exciting news coming out of Google last week. At the company’s I/O conference they announced Android 2.2, or “Froyo,” a significant update to their mobile phone OS. The open platform powers many of the iPhone’s most viable competitors, including the Verizon Droid, and […]

Higher Resolution iPhones

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

John Gruber analyzed the ramifications of an alleged 960×640 screen on the upcoming iPhone model: Compare type on your iPhone or iPod Touch against the type in a glossy magazine. […] The next-gen iPhone is shooting for that caliber of resolution — not merely to exceed the resolution of competing devices, but to rival the […]

Surfing In Antarctica

Monday, March 15th, 2010

I hate the iPad! I love the iPad! I object to Apple’s sometimes farcical behavior when it comes to App Store policies, rejections, exceptions, etc. But my feelings are extremely mixed. I love the hell out of my iPhone, and I pre-ordered an iPad at 8:30 AM on Friday. I believe Apple has a morsel of magical […]

Can’t Catch Me

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

  The future of software is on the web. That’s what they keep telling me. I just smile, and say “I don’t think so. There will always be compelling technologies on the desktop.” I believe this, but I admit it carries an odor of blind loyalty to my comfort zone. People who argue the other […]