The iPhone 5C is Unapologetically Plastic for $99September 10, 2013 | Dionicios
Today, along with the iPhone 5S, Apple unveiled the less expensive iPhone 5C. Apple is discontinuing the iPhone 5 and instead stuffing its guts into a hard-shell, colorful plastic case. In keeping with their colorful theme, they are selling an … Read More
The iPhone 5S is here, and it’s 64-bitSeptember 10, 2013 | Dionicios 2
Apple unveiled the iPhone 5S today during their yearly press event at their campus in Cupertino, California.
Apple’s next flagship iPhone physically resembles the iPhone 5, but comes in three colors. The addition of a golden color scheme with white accents … Read More
Apple announces Sept. 10th event, get ready for the new iPhonesSeptember 3, 2013 | Dionicios
After much rumor and speculation, Apple has confirmed reports that they will be holding their next event on September 10th, and you can bet your ass they will be showing off some new iPhones.
The general consensus is that there … Read More
The Digital Distribution DilemmaAugust 5, 2013 | Dionicios
Something has been really bothering me lately and since I’m almost thirty, I feel like I need to practice my old man ranting…
A few days ago I tried to play Battlefield 3 online with my brother. … Read More
Long live Steve JobsOctober 6, 2011 | Dionicios
Steve Jobs was a cherished innovator and genius who’s legacy can be found in nearly every aspect of modern technology. His passion and vision helped shaped personal computing in every way, from using a mouse to having a computer with you wherever you go, in your pocket. Read More
Apple Unveils the iPhone 4SOctober 5, 2011 | Dionicios
At a press event in Cupertino, CA on Tuesday, Apple executives, without former CEO Steve Jobs, showed off the next generation iPhone. Like the jump from the 3G to the 3GS, this iteration is only an incremental upgrade and not a radical redesign like the iPhone 4 before it. In fact, from the outside it looks almost identical to the iPhone 4. Read More
Windows Phone Mango to start “rolling out” next week…September 21, 2011 | Michelle
According to the most recent Windows Team blog post, Mango is set to begin rolling out within the next two weeks or so. The Windows Phone 7.5 update, or Mango, has been the most anticipated and talked about update for Windows Phone and according to Microsoft- it will be the best thing since sliced bread… for Windows Phone users anyway. Needless to say, we are excited! Read More
Steve Jobs resigns as CEO of Apple; recommends successorAugust 24, 2011 | Michelle
Jobs, 55, has resigned as CEO of Apple today after his 14 year reign with the tech giant. In his letter of resignation, Jobs recommends Tim Cook to serve as the new CEO in his place. Read More
iPhone headed to T-Mobile customers? Not so Fast!March 20, 2011 | Michelle 3
According to a press release out Sunday, AT&T has acquired T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom for a $39 billion cash-and-stock transaction. This will include a $25 billion cash payout with the rest being sold in stocks.
Give me buttons or give me death!March 9, 2011 | Dionicios
There is a ton of buzz around Nintendo’s new portable, the 3DS. With good reason of course. It looks like a fantastic machine and the japanese are reviewing it favorably. A 3D screen with no need for glasses, backwards compatibility, and a Zelda remake that I’ve been begging for since Mario 64 came out for the DS are the reasons I’m planning on getting one when it comes to the states. But you know what? I’m probably going to play it and leave it at home. Portable? Mostly. Convenient? Not really. And don’t even get me started on that behemoth Sony NGP.
My new addictionMarch 9, 2011 | Dionicios 3
Tiny Wings is an adorable iPhone game that is exactly the thing I needed to tear me away from freakin’ angry birds. No, not just because it’s about birds. Yes, because it is just as addicting. Is it okay to replace one addiction with another? I digress. Read More