Free apps update for December 31st, 2010

December 31st, 2010 No Comments »

Section: iPhone / iPod touch / iPad, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, iDevice Apps, Originals
It’s the last day of the year, and probably time for you to start partying like it’s 1999. Whether 2011 is the last year we get before 2012 kills us all or not, you should start it off right. And by right, [...]

Free New Year’s Countdown apps

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Section: iPhone / iPod touch / iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, iDevice Apps, Originals
To help you celebrate New Year’s Eve, we’ve rounded up five free New Years Countdown apps available for your iPhone and iPod Touch. Check them out and get the one that best suits your needs and taste. Of course, we highly recommend getting [...]

Watch the Ball Drop Live on Your iPhone

December 31st, 2010 No Comments »

Don’t want to be glued to the TV tonight when the New Year officially begins? There’s a free app for your iPhone or Android (app link) device that lets you watch the ball drop live in Times Square over Wi-Fi and 3G connections, so you can be glued to your mobile’s screen instead!
The app, descriptively [...]

Casual Friday Update for December 25 – 31, 2010

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FROM GAMERTELL – Gamertell’s last Casual Friday update for 2010 includes Awakening: Moonfell Wood (Windows, Mac), Fairy Maids (Windows) and five other new casual games.
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Is Apple’s pricey 27” Cinema Display a justifiable value?

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Section: Macintosh / Apple Hardware, Peripherals, Cinema Displays and Monitors, Features, Opinions and Editorials
Unfortunately, there’s a downside. The 27-inch Apple LED Cinema Display sells for a suck-in-your-breath $999, which is pretty stratospheric even taking into account the Dock features.
So, the question is begged, does the 27-inch Apple LED Cinema Display stand up as reasonable value [...]

Is Apple’s pricey 27” Cinema Display a justifiable value?

December 31st, 2010 No Comments »

Section: Macintosh / Apple Hardware, Peripherals, Cinema Displays and Monitors, Features, Opinions and Editorials
Unfortunately, there’s a downside. The 27-inch Apple LED Cinema Display sells for a suck-in-your-breath $999, which is pretty stratospheric even taking into account the Dock features.
So, the question is begged, does the 27-inch Apple LED Cinema Display stand up as reasonable value [...]

New Year’s Resolution: Get a Mac, but Which One?

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You may have some cash on hand from the holidays, and buying a Mac is as good a way as any to spend that money. But when it comes to buying a new Mac, people seem to have an idea what they want, but aren’t sure exactly if that matches up with what they need. [...]

So Hot Right Now: Top 10 Appletell posts for the week of December 26, 2010

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Haven’t caught all of the Appletell news this week?  Here’s your chance to catch up on this week’s top 10 articles!

Macintosh software and hardware specials for the new year [updated]“It’s possible you didn’t get that Mac game you wanted this holiday season. Or maybe you’re celebrating a late Christmas with your family and still [...]

How To Shorten URLs Anywhere With Automator

December 31st, 2010 No Comments »

It’s become common practice to use services such as bit.ly to shorten URLs, but this is usually done using a bookmarklet script, which only works in web browsers. This Automator service allows you (on OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard) to select an URL in any application and shorten it using the bit.ly API.
First of all, [...]

iPad Appidemic: Xenocade HD

December 31st, 2010 No Comments »

Section: iPhone / iPod touch / iPad, iPad, iDevice Apps, Features, Appidemic
Are there many bowling games for iPad? I’ve never played an iPad bowling game until now. Interestingly, my first happens to be Xenocade. Why is this interesting? Because it’s not really your typical bowling game with career modes and other related features. Rather, Xenocade [...]

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