Review PowerMat iPhone Charger and Case

The Powermat Wireless Charging System for the iPhone provides iPhone users a protective case that also charges cable free. Powermat sent the Geeks a Wireless Charging System for both the iPhone 3G/3GS and the iPhone 4 and we put the case in the hands of some of our reviewers for a couple months to test… Continue reading Review PowerMat iPhone Charger and Case

Review: Krypton iPhone 3G/3GS Case

The Geeks received some Krypton Products a couple months ago then put the products to real world testing. This review concentrates on the Krypton iPhone 3G/3GS Flex Case. The iPhone 3G/3GS Krypton Flex Case includes several funky styles: Black Pyramids, Black Groove, Orange Groove and White Spiral. As mentioned, these cases were tested by several… Continue reading Review: Krypton iPhone 3G/3GS Case

Google eBookstore Online

Google’s eBookstore has opened their virtual doors with the goal of capturing some market share away from other eBookstore’s including Amazon for the Kindle, Apple’s iBooks, Barnes & Noble’s Nook and Kobo from Borders with over 3 million titles from some 4,000 publishers. Google provides a web reader but the iOS and Android apps have… Continue reading Google eBookstore Online

iOS 4.2 Released to Developers

Apple started notifying iOS developers that version 4.2 is in GM status and available for download. In addition to fixing the iOS 4.1 DST bug, iOS 4.2 will bring the following features to the iPad: – Multitasking – Folders – AirPlay wireless music, movie, and photo streaming – Printing support over wireless networks – Game… Continue reading iOS 4.2 Released to Developers

iOS 4.1 DST Bug causes Europe to Oversleep

A couple of weeks ago New Zealand and Australia iOS 4.1 device owners lost an hour of beauty sleep thanks to a bug in iOS 4.1. People with recurring alarms had their alarms trigger an hour earlier when the countries switched to DST. While Apple states that the bug will be fixed in a software… Continue reading iOS 4.1 DST Bug causes Europe to Oversleep

Apple iLife and OS X Updated

The 8th major version of Mac OS X was officially announced on 10/20/2010 at the Apple Media Special Event. Codenamed “Lion”, Jobs calls this release “OS X meets iPad” with features including multi-touch gestures, Mac App store, auto install apps, one-click download for apps, auto update, licensed for all personal Macs, app home screen called… Continue reading Apple iLife and OS X Updated

Apple outgrows PC industry 4.5 years straight

At the Apple Special Media Event this past week, the Apple slogan was “Back to the Mac”. We found out that the Mac makes up 33% of Apple’s revenue stream which is equal to $22B. If Apple spun the Mac division off, the Mac division would instantly rank as a Fortune 110 company. Last year,… Continue reading Apple outgrows PC industry 4.5 years straight

Thinnest MacBook Air hits market

At Apple’s Special Media Event on 10/20/2010, Jobs announced the newest version of the MacBook Air in his typical “one more thing…” fashion during the keynote. While referring to the theme “Back to the Mac”, he showed how features Apple learned and used in iPods and iPads will now be used in Macs… or as… Continue reading Thinnest MacBook Air hits market

Web Browsers Benchmarked

Ars Technica performed a battery of tests with modern browsers. All tests were run on the latest stable and the recent nightly build of each browser. The tests included SunSpider JavaScript Benchmark to measure JavaScript performance, V8 Benchmark Suite which is developed by Google, Nontroppo General Browser Load-Time Test and the Peacekeeper: The Browser Benchmark.… Continue reading Web Browsers Benchmarked