This week Austin takes on Sony’s ill-fated attempt at scooping up the mobile gaming market.
New York to L.A. in less than an hour? Sign us up! The Air Force is trying out a hypersonic unmanned superjet today that could change the way we fly.
If everything goes according to plan, the X-51A WaveRider will soar to an ear-popping 13.26 miles above Earth at an heart-stopping 4,000 mph — six times the speed of sound.
Tumblr for iPhone 3.0: Now available on the App Store
- Sleeker Dashboard: High-res images, Spotify support, improved photosets, and more.
- New post forms: Faster uploads and handy shortcuts (swipe the compose button up for camera, swipe left for text)!
- Offline support: Post, like, reply, and reblog even when you’re not connected!
- Speed: Faster, super-responsive interface.
- Tag search and Radar!
Rich text support would be nice too, but otherwise a good improvement.
What We Do: CM4 presents their signature Q Card Case Pacific Green.
Thanks to Quiyst for a great review of our Q Card Case!
I’m having all sorts of iPhone-related luck today!
I have a problem with iPhone cases. I have way too many of them, and I tend to dress my iPhone differently for each situation. (Really, I have more cases than my wife has pairs of shoes. Come to think of it, I have more shoes than she does, too.) I just received this case in the mail today, and I can already tell that it’s a keeper.
In a very slim but protective form, it combines an iPhone 4/4S case with a wallet that holds “three cards plus cash,” though I use it to carry three credit cards, my driver’s license, and my concealed carry permit (the latter two being as thick as a few bills).
I’m usually a “big wallet” guy, but this allows me to grab my phone and have everything I really need to leave the house (short of my keys). I even took well-cropped pictures of all of my insurance cards and put them into a dedicated photo album on the iPhone so that I at least have the information with me.
I carry a bag to and from work anyway, so I put my old wallet (which still holds all the “other cards” I might need in a week) into my bag, so those things will at least be as close as my bag or the parking lot. I put my cash into one pocket with a nice silver money clip I’ve had for years but rarely used, and I put my phone into the other pocket. Even with the above-mentioned cards, the case still feels slim and good in the hand. It comes in a number of colors and runs about $31-39 depending on where you get it. (I bought mine on Amex points through Amazon, so it was essentially free.)
This is just hour one with the case, but it’s already lightened the load on my pockets considerably. I see why almost all the ratings on Amazon are 5-star; this is good stuff.