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Tag Archives: apple
Peter Kafka with the details: People familiar with the company tell me it has recently been netting around $250,000 a day from the game — that’s after Apple takes its 30 percent cut. Wow.
This morning Apple announced plans to pay dividends of $2.65 per share. This is the first time since 1995 that has Apple has pay a dividend. Apple last paid a dividend of $0.12. It is worth noting that Apple will … Continue reading
Apple will have a conference call tomorrow, 3/19, 9:00am EST: Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, and Peter Oppenheimer, Apple’s CFO, will host a conference call to announce the outcome of the Company’s discussions concerning its cash balance. Apple® will not be … Continue reading
This American Life has completed retracted it’s story called “Mr. Daisey and the Apple Factory”, as the theatrical performance portrayed in the story was just that — theater based on no actual investigative reporting. Though this is truly unbelievable for … Continue reading
Roku exec Anthony Wood: Personally, I think they call it a hobby not cause they’re not trying–they’re putting a lot of effort into Apple TV–but because they haven’t been that successful compared to the iPhone and iPad. So it’s a … Continue reading
An insight from Kit Eaton, Fast Company: What Apple is quietly doing is changing how you pay for things online, and the more speculative reader may wonder if this is a bigger step toward a long-rumored mobile payment system from … Continue reading
You may have noticed iPhoto for iPad using a different mapping service than Google’s. The reasoning, according to this article, is the push to monetize the service based on the number of impressions that the map makes. It is unclear … Continue reading
In this “patch” episode Tarun and Chris discuss the iPad Press Conference. Tarun and Chris give their thoughts on Apple’s “new iPad” and software Apple previewed. They also discuss what exactly this iPad update means for consumers and Apple as … Continue reading
The new iPad, featuring an A5X chip and retina display. Also worth noting is iPhoto for iPad+iPhone. Stay tuned for full coverage on a special episode of Weekly Download.
Claire Atkinson for the New York Post: Apple is pitching the idea of offering channels as apps for its devices, including its Apple TV set-top box. It’s unclear whether it would group the apps together and charge a fee — … Continue reading
Good ol’ Jim Dalrymple: As expected, Apple on Monday announced an event to show off the company’s next generation iPad. The invitation, sent to me by Apple, says the event will take place at 10:00 am on Wednesday, March 7, … Continue reading
This seems like the first time Siri has extended beyond core Apple applications. Perhaps a hint of what could be announced in March.
Earlier this week Apple acquired app search company, Chomp. What could this mean for Apple? Well, likely a much better, enhanced Genius feature for one.
ABC News gets the exclusive look of the Foxconn factories, largely due to the relationship with Apple and also due to the Fair Labor Association’s recent push to investigate the company.
Ars Technica documents an interesting case of a blatant ripoff app being approved and making its way to number 3 on the charts within the App Store. An interesting read on the Apple approval process and how this fake Pokemon … Continue reading
Looks slick. Update: Or not.
The chart is absolutely insane.
A few Apple rumors becoming confirmed: the launch date will be a week after an event held on March 7th, and it will include LTE capability on both AT&T and Verizon. Many enthusiasts (myself included) believe that the only way … Continue reading
As most have pointed out, this is a prelude of the capabilities of live streaming from Apple. But, this is also something they have full control over and a quicktime stream to boot.
Just two weeks after Apple announces iBooks author and textbooks for the iPad.
Good observation from Dan Frommer: As Apple’s retail expansion efforts will be increasingly international, I suppose it’s smart to bring in someone with international experience. That may not have been Tim Cook’s priority, but it makes sense.