What’s In Your Pocket?

I’ve been meaning to put this poll up, but haven’t had the time to really put it together until now. I’m curious to know what device you carry around and/or whether or not you give a damn about phone reviews since I have a stack of devices on my desk waiting to be reviewed. Is there a particular device you’re waiting to get?

A Roundup of iPad Content Pricing

The launch of Apple’s iPad is upon us and over the last few weeks we’ve seen more and more “details” pop up over the hyped tablet. Here’s a quick rundown of what you may or may not have missed.

Pricing: Apple is pricing iBooks to match Amazon’s Kindle pricing. 27 out of the 32 eBooks from the NYT Bestsellers section …

Here’s What the Kindle App for iPad Looks Like

We’re less than two weeks out from the iPad launch, so it’s no surprise that a plethora of companies have begun revealing tidbits about their respective apps. Late last night Amazon did just that by announcing the “Kindle Apps for tablet computers including the iPad”. You’ll be able to view your library of e-books in one of two …

The Daily Dose

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2010

Today in Techland: We’re all a little sickish here in Techland, so we’re going to make this quick. Get well soon, everybody. BUT, if you haven’t check out our awesome Monster Madness bracket, part one of the first round picks were announced to day. I only have one thing to say: Lucy Van Pelt > Magneto. Oh …

Amazon Pushes Kindle For Mac

Mac users can now download Amazon’s Kindle software, which will synchronize books between an actual Kindle, compatible mobile devices (currently iPhone/iPod touch and BlackBerry), and the desktop client.

Like the PC version, you’ll only be able to access your books—no magazines, newspapers, or blogs can be read on anything except

The Daily Dose

Tuesday, Mar. 16, 2010

Today in Techland: Techie Doug offers his thoughts on the upcoming Samsung slate, and what they’ll need to do to prevent a flop. Our fearless leader Peter Ha lets you know just how in Wonderland our Monster Madness bracket is going to work and Evan gives us his log of last week’s GDC: good, bad and the …

Apple Delays Some iPad Accessories Until May

It’s come to the attention of the nerd collective that two of Apple’s iPad accessories will be delayed until May. That’s right, the iPad keyboard and 10W USB power adapter are being pushed back until sometime in May.

I’m wondering why Apple doesn’t delay the iPad, too. The case won’t even ship until the week after. And who …

Things I Didn’t Know Existed Until Today: iPad Camera Connection Kit

So I was talking to my brother the other day about pre-ordering the iPad, which I didn’t do, and he mentioned this SD card adapter that he was going to buy. I thought he was talking about ZoomIt, but it turns out that Apple is making a camera adapter for the iPad. My brother claims that it was announced during the iPad press conference …

Why You Need the Springpad iPhone App

I’m not the most organized man in the history of men but it’s not for lack of trying. It’s more for lack of will, determination, time, time management skills, cleanliness (both personally and around the house), money, proper genetic predisposition to organization, and more.

Mostly it’s because it seems like too much work, even though …

Sony Prepares To Do Battle With Apple, Itself

Ask anyone what they think of Sony today and chances are you won’t get a positive response. The company that once dominated the consumer electronics sector has fallen on hard times in recent years. Every facet of the business is playing catch up to companies like Microsoft, Samsung and Apple. What went wrong?

I fondly remember my …

AT&T Chief Says iPad is a “Wi-Fi driven product”

This is rather interesting but not at all surprising.

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson doesn’t expect to see a spike in traffic from the iPad on his crippled network because the device is a “Wi-Fi driven product.”

He makes a valid point about consumers not wanting to tack on an additional subscription though. I mean, who …

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