It's easy to criticize, harder to compliment. The iPad isn't all about disappointments and missing features.
Apps are key to making tiny smartphone screens usable. But with a full-sized browser, apps are more of a convenience than a necessity for accessing web-based content.
Time Warner and Comcast today announced plans to expand their TV Everywhere initiative to iPad owners.
It looks like those crafty folks at Apple have equipped the latest Airport Extreme with three stream 802.11n capability, just waiting to be enabled. But they also threw in a manufacturing defect.
Apple says they have improved wireless range and performance. But that's not what we found.
I've been getting an unusually high number of requests for a review of Apple's latest tweak of its Airport Extreme. But you probably won't be getting a review, at least not any time soon.
Apple yesterday released new simultaneous dual-band versions of its AirPort Extreme draft 802.11n router and Time Capsule backup drive. See Glenn Fleishman's WiFiNetNews and MacWorld articles for more info.
Buffalo Technology today announced the addition of iPhone support to its LinkStation Mini's Web Access feature.
The new feature enables Apple iPhone to stream digital content stored on the NAS to their iPhones.
The new iPhone capability is available to existing LinkStation Mini users via a free firmware upgrade.