Articles By Dave Smith

From Companies Aug 12, 2012

Apple iPhone 5 Rumors: 15 Brilliant Concept Designs We're Still Hoping For [PICTURES]

We're about a month away from the alleged reveal of the iPhone 5 which will reportedly take place at an Apple media event planned for Wednesday, Sept. 12. But what if every rumor up until now has been fake? What if all of these reports were planted by Apple to throw us off the scent? For more t...

From Companies Aug 11, 2012

Apple iPhone 5 Rumors: Can We Trust The Photos, Components, Features Are Legitimate? [PICTURES]

Apple plans to finally launch the iPhone 5 on Sept. 12. Since May, however, photos and pictures of future iPhone components have been popping up around the Internet, and by now, most people think they know what the iPhone 5 looks like.

From Art Aug 11, 2012

Wendy's Lobster & Caviar Burger: A Revelation In Cuisine, Or Just Wrong?

On Aug. 3, Wendy's added two new ridiculous sandwich items to its menu in Japan to take advantage of the record low prices on the lobster market, including the Premium Caviar & Lobster Burger, and the Lobster Surf & Turf Burger.

From Companies Aug 11, 2012

Apple iPad Mini Rumors: 7 Likely Features, Specs

A report from Rene Ritchie says Apple plans to release a brand-new "mini iPad" when it launches the iPhone 5 in September. Even though most people can assume a 7-inch "mini iPad" would be able to do most -- if not all -- of the same things a typical iPad can do, there are a few n...

From Tech Aug 10, 2012

Ouya Closes On Kickstarter, Begins Pre-Orders; Release Date Scheduled For Early April 2013

Ouya's Kickstarter campaign finally closed on Thursday morning, and just as Uhrman predicted, Ouya has finally arrived. Gamers, developers and fans looking to pre-order an Ouya can now do so via the company's website. Ouya said the expected release date for its Android-based gaming console is April 2013.

From Tech Aug 10, 2012

Mac OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.1 Update Coming: Which Problems Will Apple Fix?

Mac OS X Mountain Lion has been running in the wild for exactly two weeks now, and millions of downloads later, it looks like Apple is already prepping its first maintenance update for the new platform, which is good news for all those early adopters out there complaining of bugs, errors, and other assorted issues.

From Companies Aug 09, 2012

Apple iPhone 5 Features: Will The Smaller Dock Connector Be MagSafe?

Almost every major news outlet has said Apple plans to slim down its traditional dock connector -- the outlet for connecting the iPhone to power sources, devices, utilities, and other accessories -- from 30 pins to either 19 pins, or possibly even just nine pins.

From Science Aug 09, 2012

‘Medical’ Marijuana: 10 Health Benefits That Legitimize Legalization

Prescription drugs kill between about 100,000 people in the world each year, but marijuana, medical or not, has caused absolutely zero deaths. Weed, pot, ganja, or whatever you want to call it, cannabis has actually been a favorable treatment in the treatment of about 200 different medical conditions. Here are 10 ways marijuana can improve your health.

From Tech Aug 08, 2012

Watch The Landing Of NASA's Mars Rover Curiosity [VIDEO, PICTURES]

After its Curiosity rover successfully landed on Mars yesterday, NASA posted a video on Tuesday that offers viewers another chance to "relive the nail-biting terror and joy as NASA's Curiosity rover successfully lands on Mars the evening of Aug. 5." NASA's video of the Curiosity landing on Mars' Gale Crater is embedded at the bottom of this page.

From Companies Aug 07, 2012

iOS 6 Features: Why Losing YouTube Hurts Google, Not Apple

Since the first iPhone launched in 2007, YouTube has always been prominently featured as a built-in iOS application. According to the beta 4 build of iOS 6 released this morning, however, this is no longer the case. Citing an expired license, Apple said the native YouTube app will no longer be a built-in application in iOS 6.