Now that the rumor mill can stay quiet for a few hours as Apple has unearthed iPhone 5, keynote press are making their way over to the demo units that are on-hand for their first look at the next-generation of iPhone. With a glowing consensus provided by press thus far, Apple has been true to their word announcing features as each addition was deemed to be a noticeable nicety in the few minutes that have been spent so far, making going back to the iPhone 4S all the more difficult. Previews have highlighted the display, with the increase in size and vibrance being welcome additions. These critics observed a significant decrease in weight immediately, with zippier performance also apparent after just a few minutes.
Most blogs have been posting their annual 2011: The Year in Review posts recently. They're popping up everywhere, all the time and to call ourselves unique, we'll be posting, on the contrary the quite opposite: what we think, or in some cases know, will go down come next year. Check it out.
A 9to5mac reader noticed a new feature on their device’s safari which just could save you some time and keep you from cursing every time you navigate to an unwanted webpage. Google relatively recently added a new feature to their engine that allows you to preview pages that pop up