Apple released the newest 2013 MacBook Air 13 inch on June 10th, and about a week later, I bit the bullet and bought one. Read my thoughts about the machine.
You may already have an iPad and like me, wonder why you would need to invest in Apple’s iPad Mini. But it wasn’t until I put it in my hand and used it for myself that I was sold on it. Let me tell you why.
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Preorders for the iPhone 5 begin this morning, right now at 8am. Pretty much every location that sells phones will be preselling the iPhone 5 including Apple, Walmart, Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, etc.
As a former cubicle dweller and heavy traveler, I have come to rely on Pandora to serve me streaming music content based around my likes and needs.
Back to School means hitting the books and studying hard to make the grade. Here is a list of 9 amazing Back to School apps that will help you ace that test!
There have been plenty of rumors about the new iPhone 5: what it will look like, what it’s capabilities will be, and how it will be different (and better) than the current iPhone 4S. TheCubicleChick.com contributor MsPrina, gives you the scoop on the iPhone 5 released date, and much more!
It would be so nice if I could go out and get the latest Apple release or smartphone whenever it came out. But in reality, just because you have the funds doesn’t mean you should spend it. Are you going for broke for the latest technology, only to not get a real return on your investment?
There was a time that I swore that I would never be one of those obnoxious Apple users with their crisp gadgets. iPhone users walked around like they ruled the world. So I swore to say no. And then it happened. I became one of them. Not once, not twice, but three times.
The Cubicle Chick Technology writer Kid Noble takes a few stabs at what he feels will mostly likely be the changes to the upcoming iPhone 5. Even though Apple has been pretty hush hush about the newest version of their popular smartphone, you can bet that everyone is anticipating its release.
One of the reasons why I wanted to ditch my Sony Vaio PC and “upgrade” to a Mac was because of the video editing opportunities.
In a world where Mac reigns supreme, a recent study indicates that Mac users are more fashionable than PC users. Is this all a bunch of fluff or is there real science behind the numbers?