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Category Archives: Apple
A day AFTER the Microsoft announcement for Windows Phone 8. Probably two different agendas, but interesting that both companies are attempting to preempt any Apple announcement.
I wonder what would happen if they carried an iPhone?
Basically, AT&T sees them in the right to limit FT to shared data plans, even though iPhone users demand a more “open” policy on the usage of their data. It’s actually a pretty complex situation: a user sees their data … Continue reading
Apple is now backpedaling on a recent initiative to decrease retail staffing and make cuts at some of their more “bloated” international stores. This is the second high-profile acknowledgment of a “mistake” on Apple’s part in recent weeks, with Apple … Continue reading
It’s no secret Apple and Samsung are one of the largest patent battles in recent tech history. Things have gotten quite heated over the pas few weeks in the trial. It was just revealed that Apple is licensing Microsoft some … Continue reading
Phil Schiller: Just a year after the incredibly successful introduction of Lion, customers have downloaded Mountain Lion over three million times in just four days, making it our most successful release ever. And by incredibly successful, he means 1 million … Continue reading
It’s always a pleasure to read his reviews, and that’s largely due to his intense attention to detail. Here are some highlights of things that I found to be “additional” of what most already know about the OS: Coverage of … Continue reading
I find Geekbench to be the most accurate predictor of products that Apple will release, hence why I will repost it here.
This is actually pretty big news, and here’s why from Edward Moyer for CNET: The U.S. government requires that 95 percent of its electronics bear the EPEAT seal of approval; large companies such as Ford and Kaiser Permanente require their CIOs … Continue reading
This is awesome: The design for three Galaxy tablets doesn’t infringe Apple’s registered design, Judge Colin Birss said today in London in a court fight between the world’s two biggest makers of smartphones. Consumers aren’t likely to get the tablet … Continue reading
Tarun and Chris discuss the announcements of Google I/O, including the Nexus tablet and the exciting Glass product. We also touch on the Podcasts app from Apple and say good bye to Bob Mansfield. Thanks for tuning in! Podcast: Play … Continue reading
The first time in a long time that people get delayed orders. Apple’s high quality standard is likely effecting display creation, which probably doesn’t have the best yield right now.
Interesting finding in the new Podcast app from Apple. I think that paid podcasts would certainly be a possibility, especially ones that deliver high quality content. I’d even take it a step further and say that traditional print media would … Continue reading
Great find by Graham Cluley: Apple has changed their marketing messaging to reflect the recent malware attacks. I guess this means that Macs are PCs as well.
The Windows 8 announcement has jipped some current Nokia handset owners, including myself. I understand why — my device doesn’t support most of the capabilities the new software includes (NFC support, shared core). No beef with that, and I’m happy … Continue reading
Joshua Topolsky: There is a gray area that exists for me with the iPad. I love using it to read, to browse the web, to share content, to occasionally create content. But there is a moment when I have to … Continue reading
While the innovation is with the software and accessories, but the tablet itself looks slick and elegant. It will be available in Intel and ARM (with WinRT), but the former tablet has USB 3.0 and a tactile keyboard cover.
WWDC 2012 was the best keynote in years. Here’s why. Continue reading
The WP7 Marketplace has reached 100,000 apps, faster than Android but slower than iOS. Kevin Tofel at GigaOM thinks this doesn’t mean a whole lot: Here’s the funny thing and part of the reason that the number of apps really … Continue reading
These quips make me wonder who the target audience for an Apple product is. The first two things are heavily focused on media consumption. The latter thing, retaining talent, is more of a point to keep developers on board so … Continue reading
Great headline. Brian X. Chen for NY Times: Customers with unlimited plans will get to keep their unlimited plans. But when shared data plans become available, the unlimited option will no longer be available to customers when they buy a … Continue reading
Apple said in a recent court case that if a customer has a problem with Siri they should probably return the phone and buy a different one.
Interesting thoughts on USB 3: It will be interesting to see if Apple addresses this rumored MacBook Pro’s lack of Firewire 800 and Gigabit Ethernet by making adapters available, and if so, whether those adapters use USB 3 or Thunderbolt. … Continue reading