Review: Vapor Dock from ElementCASE

ElementCASE is well known for their expensive, yet well crafted accessories for the iPhone and iPad. Their Vapor 4 case established the market of deliciously high-end cases milled from ingots of forged, aircraft grade 6061 aluminum here in the USA and accentuated with colorful anodizing and back plates of carbon fiber. now superseded by the... Continue Reading →

Update To My DRO Concepts Fiasco

as of today, I still haven't received a response or refund from DRO Concepts. they have long since stopped responding to my emails or phone calls, now hanging up immediately after giving them my name and email address. the tracking number still shows the delivery has not been accepted and hasn't been returned to me,... Continue Reading →

Pirate Whitney’s Music. Screw Sony.

In the wake of Whitney Houston's death, Sony Music has raised the prices of her albums in a move to capitalize on the sudden popularity of her music. Along with Michael Jackson's death a few years ago, these were two artists helped to shape a decade with their talent, and like the cockroaches who attempted... Continue Reading →

Apple Is Not Foxconn, Foxconn Is Not Apple

let's clear something up. it's very simple yet the mainstream media nor the bloggers seem to point this out and is resulting in the masses continuing to be misinformed, and worse, take inappropriate action: Foxconn is NOT owned, or in any way affiliated with Apple. they are an OEM manufacturer, hired by Apple (and many... Continue Reading →

Some Thoughts On iPad…

as we recently passed the second anniversary of the iPad's introduction to the world, some questions have arisen. here are my opinions on some of them.   iPad is not a PC in the latest quarter, Canalys began computing their PC sales numbers with the iPad included. because of this, Apple became the number one... Continue Reading →

Debunking: Slider Cases Do Not Harm iPhone

since the introduction of the iPhone 4, it seems the outspoken few in the blogging world have come out against slider cases, providing anecdotal proof in the way of photos of broken iPhones, claiming their InCase slider style cases had caused the damage. this is clearly and patently false. yes, the iPhone is constructed of... Continue Reading →

a paradigm shift in how we compute

Apple just had their keynote to kickoff WWDC yesterday and went into the details of OS X Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud. it was iCloud and the merging of features from iOS into Lion that were most intriguing, some of the most powerful signaling a shift into what was once called "dumb terminal" computing. back... Continue Reading →

one more thing…

with WWDC '11 coming up on Monday and Steve Jobs already committed to giving the keynote speech, the question is, "so what will he announce?" Apple has uncharacteristically already revealed iCloud during a statement earlier in the week detailing the conference's focus on iOS5, Mac OS X Lion, and the aforementioned cloud service that many... Continue Reading →

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