Vern Seward is wondering what Steve Jobs was holding in his other hand at the iPad announcement
Vern does some deep thinking about what Apple may introduce during its San Francisco media event on January 27.
Femtocell technology is not new, and could make cell service better for everyone. So why don't we have it?
OK, here’s an idea, make a 22” touch screen iMac. You know, it’s an iMac, but you make the screen so that you can touch it to do stuff on it. Vern Seward thinks this is a stupid idea, and in this installment of Just a Thought, he'll explain why.
Vern Seward agrees with what some folks have been saying: Google's Nexus One is just an iPhone clone, but that's necessarily a bad thing.
Vern Seward thinks that the next big thing from Apple isn't a tablet device but iChat.
For this year's Cracked Carol, Vern Seward focuses his cracked musical tribute on the problems AT&T seems to be having with its 3G network coverage. Enjoy!
Vern Seward puts on his shiny tin foil hat and shows us "hard" evidence of the much rumored Apple Tablet device.
The Mac Observer's Vern Seward is taking a look at the features Apple bundled with the iPhone. This time he takes a hard look at the iPhone's built-in GPS.
Not completely satisfied with iPhone OS 3.0, Vern offers up his wish list for the next update.
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