Apple posts ‘Celebrating Steve’ Tribute video on YouTube

October 7, 2021
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Apple commemorated the tenth death anniversary of Steve Jobs on Tuesday, October 5, by transforming its website homepage with a letter signed by Steve Jobs’ family and a short video entitled ‘Celebrating Steve’. The statement from the Jobs family says: For a decade now, mourning and healing have gone together. Our gratitude has become as […]

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How to Get Back Your Lost or deleted Photos From iPod (Mac)

January 18, 2015

Apple introduced iPod a as a Music player with a little storage capacity but with time it has improved a lot and still continuing. Now, it is sixth iPod generation and it supports large memory up to 160 GB of any type of file, lots of audio, video and image files and various types of […]

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Top Gadgets and Gizmos for Your Car

May 5, 2013

Our cars are often our most prized possessions. They cost us thousands of pounds to buy, and with all of the annual fees on top, it’s no wonder why really. There’s also the fact that we couldn’t live without them in our everyday lives, making it a mystery how people ever survived in the pre-car […]

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Next generation iPod Touch and iPod Nano released

September 26, 2012

Last week Apple had another one of it’s famous press conferences, which the main reason for the event was to launch the iPhone 5 which was just as momentous as it was excepted to be. The Pre orders for the device have already met and then passed Apple’s expectations, which was definitely quite predictable. How […]

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Microsoft’s New Tablet is No iPad Killer

June 25, 2012

The Microsoft Surface tablet is one good lookin’ product. The frame is made of rugged magnesium, which Microsoft is calling VaporMag. The tablet is also thin and lightweight, giving it maximum portability. In terms of design, the surface tablet has two standout features: the attachable keyboard and the integrated kickstand. When combined, these two features […]

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Customizing Your Ride the Techie Way

May 27, 2012

We all love our cars! Those machines we use to go around the metro and we will do anything to convert those to eye candies. Lots of customizations are available like upgrading muffler, springs, tires, decals and body kits etc. But have we stopped for a while to put useful techie upgrades? More than beauty […]

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The Best AirPrint Compatible Printers

April 3, 2011

Don’t go wild when you hear you can print wirelessly from your iPod, iPad or iPhone without installing any print drivers or even setting up any printer configurations. Yes, there is a Print icon among all the new standard apps on your i-device, but not only do you have to be running iOS 4.2 or […]

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Top 10 Gadgets I Want For Christmas – And Maybe You Would Too? [2010]

November 12, 2010

Christmas is closing in on us, but according to the stores and malls it kinda looks like it’s Christmas already. It’s amazing how they manage to make everything look Christmassy sooner and sooner almost every year. Anywho, what’s a tech blog without a top 10 list of some of the greatest gadgets that most of […]

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New Sony speaker dock for iPhone/iPod refines design and focuses on sound

September 13, 2010

Sony just announced a new speaker dock for the iPhone/iPod with even more focus on sound. Adding to the growing range of speaker docks for Apple iPod and iPhone, Sony have added the RDP-X50iP. With a compact minimalist design, this latest model has been designed to deliver the best possible audio quality at an affordable […]

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Wrapup: Apple Music Event September 1st – iOS, iPods, AppleTV, AirPlay

September 1, 2010

Steve Jobs and Apple just wrapped up their September 1st music event in San Francisco, showing us the next two updates to iOS, new iPods, new AppleTV, new iTunes, new AirPlay (previously AirTunes) and a new social media site called Ping. Here’s a complete overview of all that has happened in the 1.5 hour long […]

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Apple Live Video Streaming of September 1st Event – for Mac’s & iOS only!

September 1, 2010

Awesome! For the first time since early 2000, I think, Apple is back with online streaming from one of their events and it’s all going to happen today/tonight (depending on where in the world you’re located, it’s tonight for me). An interesting twist though, Apple’s press release on the matter states that: Apple® will broadcast […]

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Review: Sony DS11iP – iPhone/iPod Docking & Clock Radio

July 28, 2010

Sony DS11iP is an iPhone/iPod dock and a clock radio – at the same time. It has a built-in 3.5w+3.5w speakers that plays decent tunes, like what you’d expect for a product like this and in this price range. Before we dig into what it does, let’s quickly look into what comes in the box. […]

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Wrap-up: Apple’s Record Earnings Q3 Fiscal Results 2010

July 21, 2010

Last night (for Europeans), Apple posted its Q3 earnings for fiscal year 2010. And, I know this might sound as an old record going in loop, but Apple once again beat its own records with an amazing $15.7 billion in revenue and a profit of $3.35 billion. Apple was already the second most valuable company […]

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Review: Sony MDR-NC300D Noise Canceling Earbuds

March 31, 2010

SONY MDR-NC300D. Perhaps not the most appealing name and probably also not an easy name to relay to older family members when you tell them what you would like for your birthday. The name, however, becomes totally irrelevant once you find out exactly what these earbuds are made of and what they can do… In […]

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Is Flash A Goner In The Future? What Will Happen?

February 22, 2010

Google just finished taking over On2 Technologies and their video format, VP8,  so Free Software Foundation (FSF) sent an open-letter to Google where they encourage Google to release VP8 as an open-source format and also use it themselves on YouTube. By doing that, Google will “free” the world from patented and proprietary formats such as […]

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Apple Q1 2010 Financial Statement: Fantastic Result!

January 26, 2010

Bad news first: The only bad thing to report from Apple’s Q1 earnings 2010 was a decrease in iPod sales by 8%, but still a total of 21 million iPod’s sold in Apple’s Q1 fiscal year (which is actually Q4 of 2009). The good news: Apple sold 8.7 million iPhones during that quarter, an increase […]

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iPhone iPod Bug & How To Fall Asleep Fast And Efficient With Megan Fox

November 19, 2009

This is a very short post on these topics: Personal, iPhone, introvert brains and Megan Fox. Last night when I couldn’t sleep, I decided maybe it was time to try something new. I went on to the iTunes Wifi store on my iPhone to find the most boring podcast out there, to help me fall […]

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I Washed My iPhone Earbuds! Bugger it…

November 17, 2009

During the weekend when I wanted to go for a walk, I couldn’t find my iPhone earbuds. After searching for a few minutes I remembered that I stored them in my pants as I walked up the stairs, coming home from my last walk. Where were those pants now? In the washing machine! Not much […]

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Summary: Apple Q4 2009 Quarterly Financial Statement

October 20, 2009

Apple once again delivered a great quarterly result by breaking their own record, again. The turnover for Q3 2009 was 9.87 billion dollars with a profit of 1.67 billion dollars. An increase in turnover of almost 2 billion dollars from 7.9 billion dollars compared to the same period last time. Profit increased by 410 million […]

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NPD Report: 12% Of U.S. Households Own A Mac

October 10, 2009

According to a new study from market research firm NPD, 12% of all U.S. households own a Mac. A big increase for Apple, moving up from 9% just a year ago. Out of those 12%, almost 85% also own a Windows-based PC. Actually, 66% of Apple households own three or more computers while only 29% […]

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EU To Lower Volume On Your MP3 Player / iPod?

September 30, 2009

Meglena Kuneva, Commissioner for Consumer Affairs within the European Commission, believes that the volume in our iPod‘s and MP3 players is way too loud, especially for the young people. EU previously made sure to reduce the volume on music devices to 100 decibel and now they want to lower it 80 decibel because their research […]

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Hitler Finds Out iPod Touch Didn’t Get A Camera – And He’s Not Happy About It

September 16, 2009

Hitler learns that the new generation of iPod Touch doesn’t come with a camera and when he finds out that the camera instead was put into the Nano….. well, take a look for yourself 🙂 It’s a fun video and probably funnier if you understand as little German as I do.

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Steve Jobs Is Back On Stage At September 9th Keynote

September 10, 2009

I’m sure by now you must know all about the It’s Only Rock And Roll keynote from Apple yesterday, where a new iPod Nano was announced as well as iTunes 9 and iPhone OS 3.1 software. The video from that keynote is now online on Apple.com, you can watch it right here. It’s one hour […]

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23 MacBook Pros, 14 iPhones And 9 iPods Stolen In 31 Seconds

September 4, 2009

31 seconds was all it took for five masked thieves to bust an Apple Store i New Jersey wide open and steal 23 MacBook Pros, 14 iPhones and 9 iPod Touches while being recorded by the surveillance cam. The thieves smashed the window with a blunt object, ran into the store and threatened the security […]

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