Technoodling

Apple news/gossip site 9to5 Mac noticed something unusual in Intel’s new ad for its Core i5 processor: in it, you can see what seems to be a black MacBook Pro.

So what are my top five fave apps?

We gotta admit, we’ve been making fun of the Windows Phone 7 branding for some time now.

And it’s mainly about that Phone word. After all, you can talk about an Android phone and an iOS phone. But… a Windows Phone 7… phone?

Need to confess? There’s an app for that.

When it comes to mobile devices, how much processing power is too much?

Yahoo’s recently-launched iPad app, Livestand, mimics Flipboard. But this time, it comes with a revenue-generating business model: ads.

It occupies the limbo between a web-browsing tablet and a dedicated eBook reader — It’s the Note Slate

As the resident BlackBerry guy, it falls on me to put together the list of what I consider to be my favorite freeware apps for the OS. I’ll be honest; this is one of the hardest articles I’ve ever had to write for Technoodling. While I continue to swear by the BlackBerry platform, scouring the internet for genuinely useful BB freeware just makes me want to swear, period.

Impressed by the Huawei E5 pocket WiFi router? If so, now is the best time to get one.

We called it last year: the trend was headed towards phones with bigger screens. And now it seems that even the iPhone is following suit!