One of our Pioneer Newspapers sister papers published an interesting editorial this weekend about the Logan, Utah, area’s obscure connection to the history of Apple computers. Writes managing editor Charles McCollum: Iâ€™d never heard about this piece of Loganâ€™s past, nor had anyone else currently working in the Herald Journal newsroom, until Apple co-founder Steve… Continue reading Chronicle sister paper in Logan has connection to Apple history
Being something of an Apple fanboy, I am intensely interested in every tiny announcement they put out. Today’s announcement, however, was not a tiny announcement by any means, and, of course, I was too busy to watch it. The new stuff is going to be really cool for the people who have iOS devices. Also,… Continue reading Apple unveils iOS 5, cloud services
Apple, as it turns out, is so protective of the perceived value of its brand that it prohibits the use of the word “free” anywhere near its product names in promotional advertisements. Oh, and you can’t give away iPads either.
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle is giving away an iPad 2 to one of our Facebook fans, and we’re working on some other Facebook goodness too.
This morning, Verizon Wireless is expected to announced that it will carry the iPhone. This is big news in Montana, where Verizon is a major carrier and where AT&T — until today the only carrier with the iPhone in the U.S. — has played only a bit part so far. The announcement is going on… Continue reading Verizon expected to announce it has the iPhone
Image via Wikipedia Verizon stores will begin selling the iPad on Oct. 28, according to a press release on Apple’s website. Verizon will only sell the wi-fi version of the iPad, not the 3G model that currently has service exclusively through AT&T. The Verizon-sold iPads will be offered in three different bundles with Verizon MiFi… Continue reading Verizon stores to carry iPads starting Oct. 28
Apple has released a Bluetooth multi-touch trackpad for use with desktop computers.
Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock today announced an official app that lets the owners of iPod Touches, iPhones and iPads take practice driver’s ed exams on their mobile devices.
A recently approved deal between AT&T and Verizon will make AT&T’s mobile broadband services and cell phones — including the iPhone — available in Montana.
A recently approved deal between Verizon and AT&T could make some of AT&T’s more advanced network services and devices available in rural areas, including Montana.