Apple has been known to reject apps from their iOS App Store because they’re too similar to features already built into iOS. Siri seems to be one feature they are particularly defensive of.
Articles by Chris Hauk
If you have an iPhone 4S, you have the best way to search the web with your voice. Ask Siri, she finds what you want. (Most of the time.) If you’re using an iPhone 4 or earlier, Siri isn’t an option.
There are some things that are cool just because they’re cool. One of these is the ritual of The Woz, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, standing in line outside an Apple Store on release day. He’s done it again for the new iPad release.
You can’t accuse Sean Parker of not thinking big when it comes to Spotify, the company he backed with $15 million in 2010. At SXSW 2012, Parker said that Spotify will become more important to music labels than iTunes is today. He says that it will do so in two years.
Opening Day of the new baseball season is just a few weeks away, but for many major league players, coaches, and scouts, Friday’s release of the new iPad is the reason they’re excited.
Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster raised his price target on shares of Apple to $718 from a prior $670, to account for upwardly revised growth rates for the smartphone and tablet markets.
AT&T is offering to discuss a settlement with an iPhone user who won a small-claims case that alleged the carrier was slowing down his “unlimited” data service. And to prove how sincere they are, they’re threatening to shut off his phone service if he doesn’t sit down for a talk.
Electricpig reports that “one anonymous vendor” is saying that Apple is likely to launch a 15-inch MacBook Air in April of this year, basically killing the MacBook Pro for the average consumer.
Celebrities often get hot products handed to them, while the rest of us stand in line. But during lead-up time to a product launch at Apple, nobody’s stardom status gets them a break.
Despite a stack of lawsuits between Samsung and Apple that seems to grow by the day, Samsung is the lone display supplier for Apple’s new iPad that goes on sale March 16th.
According to a new report by analyst Peter Misek, suppliers have begun to ship parts for Apple’s new television set, as the company gears up to begin production as soon as May.
Apple has chosen not to publish images of Google’s mapping data on the new iPad. This could be taken as more evidence that Apple plans to transition away from Google Maps in iOS.
During the introduction of the new Apple TV last week, we learned iCloud users would now be able to access purchased movies, and that would include digital copies uploaded from DVDs. Unfortunately, content from Comcast’s Universal and Fox would be blocked due to exclusive rights in place through pre-existing deals with HBO.
Rockstar Consortium today announced that the waiting period for the US Department of Justice’s review of Rockstar’s acquisition of a majority of the former Nortel Networks patent portfolio has expired, and the company is free to complete the acquisition.
CBS CEO Les Moonves says he was approached about a year ago by then Apple CEO Steve Jobs to provide content for Apple’s rumored television service, but he declined.
It’s another weekend, a two day break from the work day world. Time to kick back, watch a game on TV, do some errands, maybe fix that creaky board in the hallway, and most importantly, time for “Siri Says the Darndest Things”!