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Good news, everyone: Google just patched iOS6. 

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"It Just Works." is a total bullshit lie.

"It Just Works." is a total bullshit lie.

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How I feel about my Retina MacBook Pro after installing Mountain Lion.

How I feel about my Retina MacBook Pro after installing Mountain Lion.

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Basically, a list of my recommended apps from the 2 weeks I’ve spent with my Mac so far. 

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I didn’t have the time to write about the experience of riding this new wave of future technology when it first arrived. My take on going from a life run on Windows to my very first Mac.

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This is kiiinnnddd of a big deal. For the first time ever, there’s hardware out there that isn’t playing “catch up” with the iPad.

Here, Microsoft isn’t saying “we too have a tablet device that you can install apps on” like Android tablets have.

What Microsoft is presenting here is a brand new and innovative and attractive product. Where the iPhone killed the need to carry both a cell phone and an iPod, the Surface looks primed to eliminate the need to carry a Metro tablet for tablet-related work and an Ultrabook for full on traditional computing on the go.

Are we headed back to the good old days of Microsoft vs. Apple that kept innovation fresh and constant? I sure hope so.

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Microsoft’s big announcement at their E3 keynote today. This is a pretty big deal - it’s a feature that targets both Apple’s AirPlay and the Wii U’s tablet-pad controller, and it’s ambitious enough to aim for ALL smartphones & tablets, not just Windows devices.

I’m going to be really hoping this takes off and makes a huge splash in home entertainment.

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The new jailbreak is awesome. Installs cydia directly, no need to “finish” the install on the device by tapping the Absinthe icon - but it still works flawlessly.

Well done, jailbreak team.

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Retina Display is real. I want one now, and feel like a total consumer whore.

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This inspired a tweet this morning where, if I’m not mistaken, I said the first legitimately nice thing about Apple, without a single “but” or “if” in sight. Well done, T. Cook & Co.