April 27, 2011

News: Apple Issues Statement on Location Controversy

Today, Apple issued a statement responding to questions regarding location information for the iPhone and iOS 4. This came about a week after a bug was discovered that tracked various locations

April 26, 2011

Article: On Tech Punditry…

I wanted to address something that seems to be a-brewin’ more and more these days when it comes to technology. In the past, it was Mac vs. Windows more often than not with geeks everywhere arguing which was better…

April 22, 2011

Review: SwitchEasy RibCage

RibcageI’ll admit, I was a little put off at first by the SwitchEasy RibCage iPad case just because of the look. This simple slipcase features features faux-leather on one side and a plastic panel that looks like a human ribcage on the other. It didn’t seem to be quite up my alley, but after I used it for just a couple hours, I realized that it was a pretty good case…

April 20, 2011

News: iPhone Knows Where You’ve Been

A report has come out stating that since iOS 4 was released, potentially every iOS device has been keeping tabs on its location. Right now, iPhones and the iPad 3G models are getting the finger-pointing, and it seems to be done through triangulation, rather than the GPS chip. The data is then stored in a file that lives on both your phone and computer…

April 15, 2011

Review: SwitchEasy Duo

DuoLeather cases have been a technology staple from the earliest days of the handheld calculator. Durable, classy, and professional, devices are protected. SwitchEasy, longtime maker of plastic or rubber cases tries their hand at leather iPhone cases with the Duo, a $30 leather slipcase…