Steve Jobs keeps repeating everywhere that the browsing experience in the iPad is the best and that those asking for flash is because we are porno sites addict. Well, I gonna start posting all sites where I find problems when Continue reading Browsing in an iPad is terrible
I was watching TV few minutes ago and there was a commercial about TVGuide.com talking about the new search engine that allowed you to find your favorite shows episodes in any page of the web. That sounded extremely appealing to Continue reading Who owns my iPad?
Some bad news for those who will be buying an iPhone soon (me): The iPhone Dev-Team has officially stated that they will not be releasing a jailbreak for iOS 4.0.2. The reason is that they believe the cat-and-mouse game is Continue reading Dev-Team: No Jailbreak for iOS 4.0.2
I have been using the iPad for a few days already and while in some tasks it is perfect in other tasks is not. In another hand I have found that in some daily tasks where according to some owners Continue reading W7 against iPad
While Apple is posting videos showing their tests in other phones, a move that many consider a bad one, other videos lately published show that the issue is worse than what has been admitted by the company. This video proves Continue reading Antennagate continues
After last week’s “they do it too” from Apple regarding the iPhone 4’s signal problems; Nokia and Research In Motion have responded to Apple’s claim. The Antennagate seems to continue forever. Had Apple resisted the urge to hit back, with Continue reading Nokia, RIM Respond To Apple’s Claims
I just received an email from our friends at SPB Software House; you can visit their website [here]. They announced that their software SPB TV version 2.0 is available for FREE. The software is available free of charge for Windows Continue reading Free SPB TV For Watching IP TV Without Subscription
Apple had a press conference to attempt to give it a positive spin to the multiple problems facing the iPhone 4. Antenna hardware placement, flaky communications, calls dropped, etc; all of these reportedly to be fixed with a software fix Continue reading Steve Jobs: “All Phones Have Weak Spots”
Federal Judge James Ware of the US District Court for the Northern District of California OKs a Class Action Lawsuit against Apple and AT&T. The lawsuit claims that the companies “locked” phones for use only on one network. The federal Continue reading iPhone Lawsuit OK To Move Forward
Smokescreen, this is a great name for a tool that allows iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch users run Flash content. On top of that it is a great name considering the developer behind it is actually called Chris Smoak. For Continue reading Flash Content on iPads, iPhones and most likely all other Mobile Devices!!!