Archive for September, 2007

Microsoft proudly proclaimed that Vista will rock the world and XP will be made extinct by Januaay 2008. Microsoft was bragging that once Vista was out, everyone will be in a frenzy to grab a copy in order to experience the latest and greatest from Microsoft. Evidently, that wasn’t the case. Quite the opposite. There […]

According to Computerworld a study conducted has shown that the iPhone so much easier to use that the Nokia N95 and the HTC Touch. But numbers don’t mean squat to some. How about a video of its usability? Better yet, how about a video of a one year old using the iPhone? These are two […]

The premier graphics and image editor for the Mac is of course Adobe Photoshop. But Photoshop might not be suitable for some users. First of all there’s the cost and second, Photoshop is too darn big and resource hungry. What if there applications out there that’s not as expensive and as bloated as Photoshop but […]

I consider myself an Apple fan but I try very hard not to be a fanboy. What is a fanboy? Wikipedia defines a fanboy as: an individual who is utterly devoted to a single fannish subject, or to a single point of view within that subject, often to the point where it is considered an […]

Computerworld has published a review on the latest release of Apple’s office suite: iWork 08. The suite includes Pages (word processor), Numbers (spreadsheet), and Keynote (presentation). According to Computerworld: Users comfortable with Microsoft Office may find it takes time to get used to iWork. Advanced Word and Excel users, especially those who rely on specialized […]

Amazon has gotten into the ring with Apple’s iTunes Store to challenge the latter’s dominance in the digital music download arena. MacWorld UK reported that Amazon has launched a public beta trial of its digital music download service, Amazon MP3. Jeremy Horwitz of have tried out Amazon MP3 and he reports that: Songs are […]

“I think it’s a mistake. I think it would provide a lot more flexibility in applications being developed,” for the iPhone, said Bob Brewin, Sun distinguished engineer and vice president for software. Mr. Brewin continued saying that not having Java on the iPhone is “shortchanging” users. I say bullshit, Mr. Brewin. Why not just go […]