Originally Posted by Ithian
Protective films, or "skins", are typically a great way to protect your sensitive and portable electronics. I've used Zagg's Invisible Shield on my iPod Touch 1st gen. and a BodyGuardz cover for my Macbook Pro for years now, and they've saved my equipment from some serious degradation.
Today I received the Wrapsol Protective Film Kit for the new iPhone 4. I learned earlier this week on the
Finally, a break from my final exams. I'm going to use the free time to study but first, a little blog post. Let's see what's been happening over the last month. It's been quite alot being chugged out by Apple, Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony. So don't be suprised if I leave somethings out.
Microsoft xBox360 Slim Announced! This new xbox360 packs 250 GB of storage as well built-in WiFi Adapter. No need to buy an extra adapter for Wifi anymore. The 360 Slim is
Wiihacks now has an official iRC Channel just for WiFi Gaming. Join #wiihacks_wifi on irc.uicn.net and play with fellow WiiHacks members over Nintendo WiFi Connection using your Nintendo Wii or DS. For those who do not know about iRC, read this on getting started. You might want to have your friend codes near by. The idea of this channel is to get members to participate and have fun with other
Updated 06-06-2010 at 05:26 PM by ShadowSonic2
The Australian iClothing team of Davina Reichman and Luke Staley has created a line of iPad-compatible clothing. The entire current clothing line consists of one dress and one tee-shirt. The iDress (AUD$89.95) is a variant of the classic "little black dress" with a protective iPad pouch. The iTee (AUD$49.95) is a white or black Tee-shirt that also comes with sewn-in iPad
Originally Posted by ShadowSonic2
Well, I've tried many Twitter Apps on my iPod and I must say Tweetaholic is the best I've ever seen. This one takes the cake when you're talking Twitter on your iPad/iPhone/iPad. That's right, its on iPad too.
Tweetaholic is a simple and easy app to use. Most things are done from one single screen. All options are on a 'rotating wheel' side-bar moved