Cloud is a magic tech word today. "i" has been a golden prefix in tech for over a decade. iCloud, the holiest union of the two, could be the future of computing. For now? It's super convenient! But that's it.
Apple says Samsung's blatantly ripped off its device designs. Not true, Samsung replies! Too bad its lawyer blew that argument harder than a hydrogen bomb blowjob: they couldn't tell the difference between a Galaxy Tab and iPad. In court.
What happens when the extremely expensive helmet you cooked up for the extremely expensive F-35 doesn't, uh, work? You strap together a new one in a hurry. This wicked looking replacement was gutted and filled with crazy killer optics.
This is perfectly even mix of completely adorable and completely frightening. Adorable, because, well, it's a baby being cute and infantile. Frightening because her mushy baby brain's already been transformed by an iPad.
Awesome filmmaker, iPhone user, and guy with girlfriend problems Casey Neistat wanted to put Siri to the ultimate test: will it salvage his relationship? So he pitted his poor IRL personal assistant against Apple's virtual take. The results? Mixed! Hilarious!
Riding the orgiastic iOS 5 debut, Foursquare's pushed out Radar. It is a gamechanger, quite literally: It upends the basic social contract of Foursquare and harbinges the near-future of location-based social networking. And it's going to be weird.
This is one of those wonderful "I'll never take that for granted again" videos. Graphic design firm DKNG Studios put up this super-speed video of the process behind their latest work — the bajillion tiny steps will blow your mind.
iCloud's out today! And a lot of computing lives just got easier, assuming you could get all the requisite software to download and install. But one thing isn't cloudily fun: Photo Stream. It's a mess.
As great as great graphics are, splendiferously blasting sound can be just as gratifying. Sometimes we take sound for granted, or just don't care about it—but with Sony's great new 7.1 wireless surround headphones, you will care.
Find My Friends, Apple's your-friends-are-now-live-dots-on-a-map social network, is here! Do you like the idea of seeing the location of everyone you care about, constantly? Does this idea completely terrify you? Either way, take my hand, and let's use it right.
Apple's "iTunes Movie Trailers" app is one hell of a misnomer: it doesn't just beam down the giant library of trailers we love. The new app lets you buy tickets, find nearby cinemas, and chart film releases on a calendar.
Controlling your wireless network no longer requires a computer. Apple's dropped another app surprise this morning: an iOS Airport Utility. Change your passwords, reset your routers, update firmware—all in your hand. This computer-less computing thing is fun.