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Sep 19

Apple iPhone 6 iPhone 6 Plus CNET
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Photo from CNET

Today, Apple released the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, to its initial wave of countries. The USA is lucky enough to be in that list. People have been lining up at Apple Stores around the world, including Australia, for weeks.

I was lucky enough to go hands-on with both an iPhone 6 and an iPhone 6 Plus to check out their design, usability and iOS 8.

iPhone 6 with iOS 8 Hands-On by Chris Rauschnot @24k

iPhone 6 Plus with iOS 8 Hands-On by Chris Rauschnot @24k

Continue reading iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus iOS 8.1 USA Release From Apple

Mar 17

Visiting Northern California is always an adventure. I enjoy traveling back to places that have provided me with excellent photographic, social media and food related material. However, during this trip, I ventured over a 100 miles from home base to the Apple Inc Headquarters and the Apple Company Store in Cupertino, California.

Cupertino is a bustling city in the heart of Silicon Valley. Many startups and large multi-national corporations like Apple are located within a 20-mile radius. Travel a few miles in any direction and you might run into LinkedIn for instance, which I found totally by serendipity.

Chris Rauschnot @24k at Apple Inc HQ One Infinite Loop

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Nov 03

Sprint Overdrive 4G Mobile HotspotSprint and Sierra Wireless this January at the Consumer Electronics Show 2010, released what I consider the world’s fastest and most compatible 3G / 4G mobile hotspot. On June 4th, Sprint raised the bar by releasing the EVO 4G Android operating system based cell phone with built-in 3G /4G hotspot service. Continue reading Sprint Overdrive 4G & 3G Mobile Hotspot Review

Apr 15

Boxee App Box Preview

Boxee’s new app store brings along with it an API or Application Protocol Interface, which allows developers to extend the increasingly popular open source digital media center software. Some of these new apps integrate Pandora, an Internet radio site as well as RadioTime and a Mozilla-based browser.  The browser is very important in this upgrade to the Boxee software as it once again provides a way of accessing is a web site which aggregates television shows from its partners that commonly have episodes available within 24 hours after being on TV.
Continue reading Boxee Get's Open App Store, API And Is Expanding To Hardware in 2010

May 05

Apple iMac Personal Computer Turns 10 Years Young TodayIt was not that long ago, 10 years, that I first started hearing and getting excited about the new iMac’s. I was told from an Apple rep that this new computer was going to completely change the way normal consumers purchased computers. Studies had shown that people were using more space than what could fit on a floppy so they got rid of it. The studies also showed that the USB version of the Iomega Zip Drive was beginning to dominate the portable storage market. To completely change the way people bought their computer made sense after hearing the whole story.

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Dec 30

Apple TV Made Yahoo Techs Worst of 2007 ListApple consumer electronics devices almost always are on ‘Best of’ lists from a wide range of media outlets, small to mainstream.  Once in a long while a product will make it to a ‘Worst of’ list.  It seems this just happens to be one of those times.  The Apple TV is on the ‘Top 10 Worst Tech Product’ for 2007 by Yahoo! Tech.

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