Tag Archives: apple

The Student Reader

In a month of big tech news, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos made the biggest tech news on September 28th. Speculation about Amazon’s “iPad killer” tablet had been floating around for months, but what Bezos revealed was even bigger: a family of new Kindles with almost shockingly low prices. Leading the pack is the brand new… Read More »

Mac vs PC

The Mac vs PC debate is an interesting one.  PC dominates the market place, so why is there such strong opinions?  Often times it seems people prefer which ever they started on.  Although in cases like mine, that isn’t really true. Myself, started as an Apple geek.  My first computer (which came from my Dad)… Read More »

This install of Windows will self destruct in 30 days

Ed Bott at ZDNet is reporting that Microsoft will soon make installation of WGA (Windows Genuine Advantage) mandatory. Not only will it become a mandatory install, if WGA isn’t installed within 30 days, the install of Windows will cease to operate. If WGA becomes mandatory, would it mean that Microsoft could prevent Windows from working… Read More »

Apple Console Rebuttal

A reader has commented on our speculation about “Apple’s Next Move” as possibly producing a console system. I found this an intriquing line of discussion and thought I’d bring it up again with my comments and responses to the readers comment. See the original article here. 1. Christian Koster says: Look, Apple is not entering… Read More »

Video Ipod? Hell No!

If I see one more article speculating on Apple’s next announcement being a video iPod I’m going to scream. The media speculated that the nano and the rockr announcements were going to be announcements for a video iPod. I remember speculation that Apple’s x86 platform switch announcement was going to be a video iPod. I’d… Read More »