iPad Mini release date confirmed & Microsoft Surface price revealed

This is a big week for the tablet market, two new competitors were announced, well one, as usually Apple sent the media invitations but they don’t say what is about but we are 90% sure that is going to be the new iPad mini or nano. Microsoft on the other hand has announced the Surface RT price and they are ready to be pre-ordered.

The price of the Surface is quite a big surprise, 499 USD (the same as an iPad) and being honest, I can’t find what justify that big price. The Surface is bigger than the iPad (10.6 vs 9.7 inches) but it lacks on some points as for example the connectivity  Wifi only, and the big weak point is the screen resolution, it is a 147 ppi screen (the iPad has 265 ppi) which is just lame. Microsoft has announced the dead of Surface when they announced those prices. You can’t compete with the iPad if you have less things to offer than the iPad and definitely, you can’t put a 499 price tag on it. The so announced Touch Cover is going to cost an extra 100 USD so the model with the touch cover or the type cover will cost 599 USD.a

The rumors about the iPad mini are very strong but we know very little about it. We think the iPad mini will be as same as technological level as the iPad 2 but a little bit smaller and cheap. We are betting on a 299 USD price tag for the basic 16 GB version but we don’t know that yet, next week we will have the Apple presentation and the summary of it.

Microsoft Surface Pre-Order Website


OSX 10.8.2, Finally Facebook is here!

Today not only iOS 6 was released, also a new update for Mountain Lion which enable several new functions. Here’s the list of the new things for OSX 10.8.2


But hell, lets get to the point. Integrating your Facebook account in OSX 10.8.2 (Mountain Lion) is incredibly easy:

1) Go to System Preferences and click in “Mail, Contacts & Calendars”

2) In the right column you will be shown all the different services that you can set up and integrate. Among them Facebook will show up. Select it. (Note: if there is no such list at the right column, click on the ” + ” symbol to add a new service.)

3) Fill your account login data and select what features you want to share with Mountain Lion.

4) There is no step 4. You have already configured and integrated Facebook!

From now on, on the notifications area you will be able to update your status just like you were able to send tweets. Enjoy!

iPhone 5, Should I buy it?

Well let’s be really quick here for the answer, if you have an iPhone 4S the answer is that IS NOT WORTH IT, but if you don’t have and iPhone or do you own the iPhone 4 or 3GS yes, you should buy the iPhone 5, why and why not?.

Why not if you have the iPhone 4S?

Well…the change is not that big, I mean, getting another iPhone just for what Apple announced if you have the iPhone 4S is not very clever, let’s list here the things that Apple presented and we think is not a big advantage above the the iPhone 4S.

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iPhone 5 Presentation September 12th

The Keynote includes the iPhone 5, iPod touch 5th Generation, iPod Nano 7th Generation, new iTunes and a few more things


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KeyCue review: All your Mac’s apps’ shortcuts in one place!

You always forget the hotkeys of Finder, Chrome, Photoshop, or any other app? You want to have an easy way to acces all those complicated shortcuts from one place? You want to discover new hotkeys and speed-up your workflow? Well, if you answered “yes” to any of the previous questions, keep reading!


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Boom: Raise your Mac’s volume to the sky and more

This time we are bringing you an app that will transform you Mac’s built-in speakers (or any connected to your Mac) into high-power speakers, making you forget about those awkward moments where you were watching a video in an open space and couldn’t hear a thing, when you were showing your friends a new song but they couldn’t hear, or maybe that time when you simply wanted more power into your music!


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Voila Review: Capture your Mac Screen and take it to a new level.

Voila is a software from Global Delight developed for OSX, is a Screen Capture and Editing software that’s pretty handy and it offers more options than the competition. This is not just a screen capture program: you can record parts of the screen, full-screen or objects in the screen. The interface is simple and useful, in the top section we can between the capturing options of the program.

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Drive Genius 3 Review: The best choice to keep your Mac in shape

In this occasion we are presenting you the most powerful Mac hard drive utility, the best way to keep it as fast as new!

Yes, we all know that Mac computers have the best performance of the market, but even they are susceptible to losing it after some time without proper maintenance. If you feel that your Mac has began to lose some speed, files take ages to load, or simply want to check what is going on on every hard drive connected to it? You want to clone your drive? Maybe get rid of useless file stored in the depths of your HD?  Well, search no more, and keep reading to discover all the functions of this awesome software, so great that is used by Apple itself and Genius Bar members!

Image from Official Site

Image from Official Site

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Hear Review: Improve your Mac’s or Windows PC sound!

The sound from our Mac may be good, but if you have a speakers set, a home theatre or a pair of high quality headphones you may be lacking the proper equalization to truly exploit all the potential those sound systems have. The easiest way to improve your computer’s sound is through a sound card, but they are not only expensive, but many times your computer is not compatible.

In OSX and Windows there is an easier (and cheaper) way to do it: Hear

Hear is a simple yet powerful application that allows you to fully customize all the audio coming from the computer, from equalizing and selecting volume base on decibels, to more complex things, like adding a 3D-effect to your music and sounds! This software is fully compatible with Mac OSX 10.5 /10.6 /10.7 /10.8 or Windows XP/Vista/7.

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