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The All New Mac Pro: Sleeker, Sexier and More Refined

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

While everyone waits for Apple to update their Mac Pro workstation, we felt it best to render out some 3D concepts based on what we hope to see, coupled with what makes most sense for Apple moving forward with the machine.

Originally announced on August 7, 2006 at the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) the Mac [...]

Saab To Be “Apple of Car Brands” After Split From GM

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

As Saab looks break away from sickly General Motors, they are aiming to follow Apple’s style of consumer focused design and innovation.
From UK based Autocar:
Knut Simonsson, the Saab’s director of Global Brand and Sales, told a Dutch auto magazine that the Saab DNA underpinning future models will be represented by “innovation, aircraft history and Scandinavia”. This [...]

The Next iPhone: 60GB, Physical Keyboard and a D-Pad (Concept)

Sunday, December 28th, 2008

There is a large amount of speculation and heated debate over what Apple will do with diversifying its iPhone family. While we know new models are needed, this sector of Apple’s business is arguably the most important, thus making every decision incredibly crucial.
Gizmodo has put together some concept art for a product they call the [...]

New Patent Outlines Swipe Gestures for Touch Screen Keyboard

Thursday, December 25th, 2008

MacRumors points us to a new patent application titled Swipe Gestures for Touch Screen Keyboards that was unveiled by the United States Patent Office today.
The patent application gives credit to Wanye Westerman, who along with his partner John Elias were brought onto Apple’s touch technology team after founding Fingerworks. While it may not be [...]

One More Thing: Apple’s New Multi-touch Mighty Mouse

Friday, December 19th, 2008

Let’s face it, the Mighty Mouse is flawed. Luckily, Apple has filed for numerous patents directly hinting at a multi-touch Mighty Mouse, which could prove to bring us an unexpected treat sometime in the near future.
The Mighty Mouse made its public debut on August 2, 2005 becoming Apple’s first multi-button mouse ever. Its [...]

January 24th 2009, Macintosh’s 25th Anniversary, A Few Ideas

Saturday, December 13th, 2008

January 24th 2009 marks the 25th anniversary for the Macintosh. While we don’t expect Apple to release anything special for the occasion, it’s still fun to speculate on what may come.
Architosh amusingly lists off three products they’d like to see released. First is an all aluminum updated version of the original Macintosh — “would [...]

CrunchBase Should Rollout An iPhone App Section (

Thursday, December 11th, 2008

In response to the ongoing, back-and-forth dilemmas between iPhone App developers and Apple, is perfectly setup to rollout a bridge that could play an integral role in in the current App Store/iPhone App setup.

As the website itself states, “CrunchBase is the free database of technology companies, people, and investors that anyone can edit.” The [...]

Apple Patent Reveals 3D Desktop User Interface

Thursday, December 11th, 2008

Among the host of patent applications released today shines a gem above the rest, a 54 page filing divulging research conducted in 2007 that displays a “Multidimensional” or true 3D desktop user interface.

Macrumors reports that one in the series of these patents, dubbed Multidimensional Desktop, contains diagrams that reveal how the desktop [...]

AT&T Testing Femtocells, Home Reception A Top Priority

Wednesday, December 10th, 2008

As Crave’s Nicole Lee explains, AT&T is experimenting with in-home cell phone boosters, also known as femtocells, which are designed to boost the cell phone signal via your high-speed Internet connection.
According to one iPhone Atlas reader’s experience with the already-on-the-market zboost, “It’s a pricey solution at around $250 US, but it does work. [...]

Apple Patent Reveals Dual Backlit iPhone Status Indicators

Thursday, November 20th, 2008

An Apple patent has been published showcasing Apple’s intentions to conserve iPhone battery power, by allowing users to check the status of their iPhones with dual backlit status.
The patent is primarily focused around conserving power and allowing users to easily check the status of services such as Email, phone calls, low battery warning, SMS messages [...]

Macbook Nano, Cupertino’s Long Lost Father and Son Team

Monday, November 10th, 2008

In the land of mini Mac computers, the Macbook nano pictured below should command attention from lovers of all things tiny across the land. If not for its concept, but for the surprisingly impressive specs.

As Gizmodo explains, we still don’t know if these things are one-time hacks, or if they’re officially being sold by someone [...]

The End All Be All of a Fanboy’s Dream Ride

Thursday, October 23rd, 2008

Looking to tap into the the heart of every Apple Fanboy’s fantasy, Hyundai Motors America and RIDES Magazine have teamed up to form the ultimate mobile computing experience by tricking out a custom Hyundai Genesis, set to be unveiled at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show next month.

Dubbed the RIDES Digital Genesis, [...]

iShow Micro Projector Concept Leaves Me Wanting More

Wednesday, September 10th, 2008

The iShow concept is a portable home cinema device designed to work with Apple’s iPods, iPhones and Notebooks that packs an LED pico projector within a sleek yo-yo-esque casing.

Created by designer Moti Barzilay, the round design opens to reveal the micro projector which makes use of LED light to beam images or video [...]

Feature: [video] Google’s “Chrome” and Mozilla’s “Ubiquity” – Changing the Way We Web

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2008

Mozilla and Google are trying to change the way we browse the web. Google with the release of a new web browser called “Chrome”, and Mozilla Labs with mind-blowing projects like “Ubiquity.” Google’s “Chrome” browser is being released today, and the far more impressive “Ubiquity” has been available only as a prototype.

Browsers like Apple’s Safari [...]

[Updates] Apple iTube TV Set; Now Is As Good A Time As Any

Thursday, August 7th, 2008

On February 17, 2009 analog TV will be a thing of the past as the country will make the transition to full digital broadcasts, as mandated by the United States Congress. All “over the air” broadcasting will cease to exist be converted to digital. And those of you hanging on to those old analog [...]

[Image] 2009 Apple Cinema Displays; What We’d Like to See

Wednesday, August 6th, 2008

Earlier today we reported about a rumor that new Cinema Displays are set to be released at the upcoming MacWorld conference in San Francisco scheduled for January, 2009.

The below concept art represents some nice changes that Apple could make to bring the Cinema HD Displays up to speed. Aside from the obvious LED changes that [...]

Apple iTube Released ?

Tuesday, May 20th, 2008

Apple iTube. Simply Amazing.

I advise any Apple fan to take a long, hard look at this video. Prepare to get your mind blown !
Keep in mind, the above video represents a concept that we feel everyone can enjoy ! This is NOT an endorsed rumor, yet simply displays a well-done visual representation of something [...]