Strange thing happen when you mix the new Apple TV with and old plasma TV, as Vern Seward laments in this installment of Just a Thought.
There are some e-magazines that are worth you time and cost you nothing, and this installment of Free on iTunes, Vern Seward points you to three: National Geographic, NASA, and the newly upgraded Discover.
Vern Seward plays with Game Center and tells us what he thinks.
It’s no secret that Apple’s product road map is always a moving target, but that’s not stopping Vern Seward from offering up his ideas on what the future may hold for Apple TV, FaceTime and the iPad.
Apple and Liquidmetal Technologies? Could it be better Macbook bodies or somthing even grander?
Vern Seward wonders aloud why other TV studios haven’t stepped up with apps like ABC Player and ABC New for iPad.
Vern Seward offers his thoughts on the current controversy over the iPhone 4 Retina Display.
Is it me or are iPhones screens really getting smaller?
If you got a hold of a prototype iPhone from Apple what would you do?
This is the last article I intend to write about the iPad until I can actually get one in my hands and play with it. Until that happens the only thing I or any tech writer can do is hypothesize, speculate, and fantasize. As fun as that can be I’m about hypothesized, speculated, and fantasized out. So this is it for me until March when I can get a 32GB WiFi iPad and give it a good once over.
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