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Latest iPod shuffle the quintessential Apple product
Perhaps more than any other Apple product, the iPod shuffle is the perfect example of the Steve Jobs Reality Distortion Field in action. When...
Google Latitude: a stalker's wet dream
Geolocation is already one of the next big trends in mobile devices. Most premium cell phones have GPS capabilities, and those that don't can use...
Can you hear me now?
I recently found myself in the biennial* position of needing a new cell phone, and that reminded me of an aggravating fact: buying a cell...
The €40 iPhone
When Apple first unveiled the iPhone last summer, my first reaction was, "Yes. This is what cell phones are supposed to be like." Looking at...
David Lynch on the iPhone
I've never quite understood how some folks can stand to watch movies and other video content on the tiny little screens that permeate portable media...
Apple jacks early iPhone adopters
When Apple first introduced the iPhone, the device was criticized for being too expensive. $599 for a phone? Surely you jest. But...
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