As promised, Apple dropped iOS 5 to everyone this morning. This new update to the iPhone, iPod, and iPad brings a lot of new features to Apple’s mobile devices, some which were sorely needed.
Ridley Scott working on not-really-an-Alien-prequel, and a new Blade Runner film.
Is any kind of piracy ok?
Star Wars on Blu-Ray – big pile of poodoo?
Did you get your HP Touchpad?
Apple’s newest update for Mac OS X is here: Lion. As with all Mac OS X updates, Apple promises hundreds of new features. Some will be well known, others will be more obscure. This article will go through some of the more useful features, as well as some of the different ways Lion will interact with you.
Music in the cloud seems to be the Next Big Thing on the internet. First Amazon gave it a shot, then Google announced a beta of their service, and Apple announced theirs two years after acquiring music service Lala. As usual, Google slowly rolled out their beta invites, but this time I seem to have gotten an invite sooner than their other services. Is Google nervous?
Late last night, iTunes 10.3 dropped to the internet after waiting hours for the 10.2.2 update to change. Visually, there isn’t much different about iTunes 10.3 compared to 10.2, but it has one special feature and that’s the ability to pull music that you bought from iTunes onto an iOS device that didn’t have all your music synced with it yet. While this isn’t quite the full iTunes Match we were all hoping for, it’s still a useful feature for those of us that might have bought music over different devices and never synced them up.