Troubled electronics manufacturer Sharp may have only one way to survive, become a component maker for major Apple assembler and supplier Foxconn.
Articles by Chris Hauk
If you’re like me, your fat thumbs may not have a problem doing emails and text messages, (thank you autocorrect). But when it comes to entering passwords, well… Now Nuance has released a new software platform that promises to allow developers to authenticate a user by the sound of their voice.
Siri can easily find the nearest Apple store, but can’t find a spot that should be a little closer to home. But give her your number, and she’ll give you a call, maybe.
Senior Vice President of iOS Scott Forstall has been called to testify this afternoon in the Apple vs. Samsung legal battle. In his testimony, he gives some great behind the scenes looks at the creation of the iPhone and the iPad.
Apple vs Samsung just keeps bringing us insights into a company known for its secrecy. Here’s more testimony of Apple Senior VP Phil Schiller today where he revealed advertising costs for the iPhone and iPad, and what his reaction was when he saw Samsung’s “slavish copies.”
The Apple vs Samsung legal wingding continues to give insights into a company known for its secrecy, and its ability to keep information close to the vest. The testimony of Apple Senior VP Phil Schiller today gave us a peek behind the scenes at the creation of the iPhone.
Apple took two hits today in a California courtroom, as the Judge overseeing their legal battle with Samsung said she would not be sanctioning Samsung for their release of excluded evidence to the press, and also said that Apple can’t keep secret a customer marketing survey.
LaCie released the RuggedKey this week, it’s a water and dust resistant USB 3.o stick with speeds of up to 150 MB/s and a bumper that provides protection from “heat,cold, and 100-meter drops.” LaCie also announced they have updated their entire USB 3.0 portfolio optimized specifically for the new Apple MacBook lines.
Samsung has asked a California court to strike down Apple’s recommendation of sanctions against the Korean electronics company for releasing to the press documents that were not allowed as evidence in their patent dispute.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Allan Gropper ruled on Thursday that Apple does not have ownership of two of the patents that fallen photography giant Kodak plans to sell at the end of this month.
Everyone knows about Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, etc. But how about some of the lesser known social apps for iOS devices. Let’s take a look at some of these low profile apps that will help you socialize without ever leaving the house.
Ever feel wasteful using Macaroni to create your masterpieces, but you just can’t bring yourself to work in another medium? How about being able to help feed the hungry while you’re saving your macaroni for the thing it was intended for, yummy Mac & Cheese. With Kraft’s new iPad app, you can do both.
It’s well known Steve Jobs had no tolerance for employees who leaked company info. However it was Jobs who almost blew the biggest secret Apple has had to date. The original iPhone!
A new bill has been introduced in the House of Representatives in an attempt to deter patent trolls by forcing unsuccessful patent plaintiffs to pay for defendants’ legal costs.
There have been some interesting bits and pieces of info coming out of the Apple vs. Samsung trial. In one deposition, former Apple designer Douglas Satzger told how Apple had “strong interest in doing two pieces of shaped glass,” for an iPhone prototype.
The Nevada Board of Economic Development gave the green light on Wednesday to plans to give Apple $89 million in tax cuts for their proposed data center and other buildings in downtown Reno, and the town of Sparks.