According to a new report, Apple, under CEO Tim Cook, has an even greater focus on quality control and cost management. All of Apple’s suppliers are being “heavily evaluated.”
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Foxconn has been reported to be in talks to buy more shares of display panel maker Sharp, once again fueling speculation about Apple’s rumored television set.
It’s the weekend, and you can guess what I’m leading up to! It’s time to visit Siri again! This week, we’re going to visit with some folks who just might like Siri a little TOO much!
As the world breathlessly awaits the arrival of the Apple TV this fall, (or doesn’t, depends on who you talk to), some pundits are saying it will be the final nail in the coffin of the cable companies. Forbes contributor Eric Jackson doesn’t think so.
Apple devices running iOS 6 will be able to receive United States government alerts during an emergency or disaster. The feature is expected to be available on all devices that can run iOS 6, including the iPhone 3GS, and the iPhone 4.
An original Apple 1 computer sold for $374,500 at an auction this morning, over double what it was expected to sell for. The package included a video terminal, keyboard, and operations manuals.
According to a report on Thursday from market researcher International Data Corp, the global market for tablet computers is growing at a faster rate than expected, and to no one’s surprise, Apple’s dazzling iPad is leading the pack.
Speaking with Emily Chang on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West,” Noam Bardin, chief executive officer of Waze Inc., talks about the company’s mapping software and Apple Inc.’s decision to oust Google Inc.’s maps as the default application on the iPhone and iPad.
A Surrey, B.C. man is suing Apple for $25,000 after his Time Capsule backup drive crashed, losing what he claims was a year of photographs including those showing the birth of his first child.
According to a new report, Amazon will release a new 7-inch Kindle with a higher resolution screen at the start of the third quarter this year. It will sell for $199, pushing the current model’s price down to $149.
As of iOS 6, Apple will require any app that wants to use personal data to request your permission before doing so. This includes, contacts, calendars, reminders, and your photo library. iOS 6 will also include a privacy settings sections where you can manage controls over which apps can have access to your data.
By adding Chinese search engine Baidu to iOS later this year, Apple will get a cut of advertising revenue from the popular website.
Amazon updated their Kindle app for the iPad on Thursday. The new version adds support for children’s books, comic books and graphic novels purchased for use on the Kindle platform. The update is now available in the App Store.
HTC is dropping an appeal in a U.S. International Trade Commission of a ruling that Apple’s mobile devices aren’t infringing on patents it holds. In February, an ITC judge ruled that Apple’s iPhone didn’t infringe on four HTC patents.
Apple has released an update to its popular Apple Store app for iOS today. The update adds two new features sure to be popular with Apple Store shoppers.
Apple has posted a great video showing a “walk-through” of some of the features of OS X Mountain Lion. The 5:30 video doesn’t go into detail, or even show all the 200+ new features coming in OS X 10.8, but it should be required viewing for anyone considering an upgrade in the near future.