So… in order to get functionality that probably should have been included with the iPod touch to begin with… you’re going to charge me $20 for it. Are you out of your effing gourd, Apple? This is in bad form, especially considering this product is only around four months old, and today’s update was software… Continue reading WTF Apple. srlsy?
If you use Outlook 2007, Google Calendar and iTunes and own an iPod – this tip might be helpful to the two of you. It’s not really anything new… but I didn’t think Outlook would share calendars that it’s subscribed to… Fortunately, it does. In Google Calendar go to Settings > Calendars. Choose a Calendar… Continue reading Sync Google Calendar with iPod
Wow. Apple released the iPod shuffle in multiple colors today. I still love my little silver shuffle, though, I can’t lie… these colors are mesmerizing. Add to that, the fact you get the new headphones with these… Man… I love the color switcher they built into the site to play off the different colors. Will… Continue reading Color Shuffles
I’ve had a few people mention to me that they were considering a Zune. I won’t lie: I’m an Apple fanboy and I have never understood why someone would want one until today. The Zune is to the iPod as the Mac is to a PC. Make sense? I’ll try to explain… For years, Macs… Continue reading Success
John Gruber had a lot of interesting stuff to note aboot yesterday’s Apple Special Event: The new iPods do not support FireWire. Not just no FireWire cables in the box; no FireWire, period. Such is the price of smaller and thinner, I suppose. Highest capacity iPod is still 60 GB. There certainly exists a market… Continue reading Brief Observations on the Oct. 12 Apple Event