iPhone 2.2: More Stuff We Don’t Need

I posted an article recently called “Apple’s Jobs Gives iPhone Customers What They Don’t Want” that discussed the upcoming 2.2 firmware and its new features. ┬áiPhone firmware appears to give us Google Maps’ “Street view” and several other “features.” ┬áIt does not, however, make available any of the most requested

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Shame on Apple!!

Shame on Apple. As a huge Apple supporter, I am shocked and dismayed by today’s news that Apple will be “bricking” – or fatally breaking – iPhones that are either unlocked or contain third party applications with their next update. Even more shocking is the comment section of this article

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2007 MacWorld Keynote a Bust

I’m sorry to report that Steve Jobs’ MacWorld keynote was a bust for me. The entire keynote focused on two new big products: AppleTV and the Apple iPhone. While both look neat, and I may well end up with an Apple TV in the not too distant future, this is

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NeXTSTEP: 11 Years Ago

So, I was recently pointed to Steve Jobs’ NeXTSTEP Release 3 demo. It’s pretty amazing to watch what would eventually become OS X in its first incarnation. What’s more amazing is how much of that framework still exists today. In fact, it almost makes you wonder what they have been

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