Jeremy Meentemeyer

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HD Photo of the Day: A Killer Seafood Platter From Fenton's in Dingle, Ireland

After making the requisite joke's about how funny Irish city names like Dingle sound to Americans (<i>ah, to be single and mingle in Dingle</i>) we walked down the quaint, pub-lined street of the small seaside fishing town on the West coast of Ireland to Fenton's, a restaurant with a description that …

Thirsty Thursday: Beat the Heat with Icebreaker Mojitos

Stephen Murello, Stephen Murello<p><b>It’s more than just alliteration;</b> <b>it’s a statement, a proclamation that Thursdays are when the weekend should really</b> …

Apple patent hints at possibility of Liquidmetal iPhone and iPad

For all its tough chemical properties and unusual capacity for intricate molding, Liquidmetal is apparently too uneconomical for anything much bigger than Apple's SIM ejector tool or, perhaps, the chess pieces rendered above (for illustrative purposes only!). Attempts to use so-called "metallic …

Next-Gen iPhone Production Kicks Into Gear; Will There Be a Mid-Tier iPhone, Too?

Martin Hajek<p>Apple is ramping up production of its next-generation iPhone ahead of an expected fall introduction that could include a second, …

How Apple could use a fingerprint scan to unlock your iPhone

Advertisement<p>12 Comments<p>Credit: Thinkstock<p>Apple(s AAPL) has stayed quiet — as usual — on what it’s been up to with AuthenTec since it acquired the …

Apple’s Quarterly iPhone Sales Could Hold an Upside Surprise

When Apple reports earnings next week, its fiscal third-quarter financials could include a surprise: Better-than-expected iPhone sales.<p>This according …

The iWatch Could Be Made Of Liquidmetal

Apple has had an exclusive contract to use the next-gen Liquidmetal alloy for almost three years now. Theoretically, Liquidmetal could allow Apple to realize thinner, lighter, more resilient devices… but the Liquidmetal fabrication process is hard to work with, which is why, so far, we’ve only seen …