iPod Nano to get flip-style video camera

September 9, 2009

We’re (CNET) bringing you live coverage of Apple’s rock ‘n’ roll-themed event, which kicked off in San Francisco just after 10 a.m. Pacific time. We’ll be updating this page with live updates right here as it unfolds–with newest updates at the top of the page.

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MMS for iPhone

September 4, 2009

After all the fanfare, AT&T is finally bringing MMS to the iPhone. The timing is shocking, because it’s 2009 – the iPhone is arguably the most advanced mass communication device on earth and MMS was hot in 2004. So, anyhow – this is still good news for Apple, investors, and iPhone owners like myself.

Apple OS X

August 28, 2009

Apple OS X… any minute now!

Apple OS X Snow Leopard

August 24, 2009

iWould review Apple OS X Snow Leopard but it’s not out yet… but iWill…

Zen Gadget 2.0

August 20, 2009

I created a new site for Zen Gadget. I suppose the world wasn’t ready to embrace ZG before, but they will… check it out and tell me what you think!

Zen Gadget

Rothbury Coverage

June 30, 2009

iWill be covering the Rothbury Festival in 2009. ROTHBURY is a Sustainable Camping Festival Revolution Celebrating Music, Art and Action taking place July 2-5, 2009 in Rothbury, Michigan.

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iPhone 3gs, mac updates, and…

June 8, 2009

I suppose I’ll have to fill you in on snow leopard, the iphone, mac’s, and apple when i know more! Thanks, good to be back.

Here’s what I have so far…


Apple Inc. is dropping the retail price of the least expensive iPhone to $99 from $199 and introducing new models.

Apple executives said Monday at an annual conference for software developers that the newer iPhones will include some sought-after features such as a video camera, a compass and an auto-focus function on photos. A 16-gigabyte version will cost $199 and a 32-gigabyte model will be $299. They go on sale June 19.

Apple also cut prices on MacBook Pro laptops.

Despite anticipation that he might make a cameo, Apple CEO Steve Jobs did not take the stage at the event.