Greenpeace has admitted today that Apple’s clean energy policies have “significantly improved,” thought the activist organization still takes issue with what they say is Apple’s reliance on coal power for iCloud services.
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Adobe’s online forum has been filling up with reports from InDesign software users reporting problems with the application crashing since the Ivy Bridge MacBook Pros were released in mid-June.
How do you protect yourself and your loved ones? A company named Yellow Jacket has a novel idea – an iPhone case that doubles as a stun gun? It’ll also give you an additional 20 hours of battery life for your iPhone.
Quarterly PC shipments in the U.S. market declined 5.7 percent year over year in the second quarter of 2012, but Apple showed a 4.3 percent growth in the same period.
Facebook today announced the release of its biggest iOS SDK update yet, with the release of SDK 3.0 Beta for iOS, which includes iOS 6 integration for native Facebook login.
As Research In Motion’s customers prepare for its impending demise, RIM’s new CEO vowed on Tuesday to turn the troubled company around with a new generation of BlackBerry devices, saying he would transform RIM into a “lean, mean, hunting machine.”
Amid reports last week that Amazon is working on a smartphone, The Wall Street Journal says the online retailer is already testing handsets with displays between 4 to 5-in, and could begin production of the device as early as late this year.
A new browser based cross-platform malware can give hackers remote access to your computer, be it a OS X, Windows, or Linux based computer.
Deron Williams, one of the most coveted players in the free-agent class of 2012, re-signed with the Brooklyn(?) Nets early this morning. Why is the news of the re-signing of a NBA star on an Apple news site? He signed the new contract with his finger… On an iPad.
Amazon has just announced their competitor to Apple’s Game Center. It’s called GameCircle, and Amazon says it will be a new gaming experience for developers and the Kindle Fire.
The European Union has proposed changes that will ease licensing rules that currently prevent Internet music stores, such as Apple’s iTunes, from selling digital music across the bloc of 27 nations.
There’s a fun little photo app now available in the App Store, PhotoMojo! (From HalfPeeled.) It’s just been released for both the iPhone and the iPad. Ii allows you to add effects, blur, text, stickers, and a whole lot more. Using these tools you can have fun with your photos, while sharing the memories with others.
o you have a brand-spanking new Retina Display MacBook Pro, and you’re seeing less than half of the battery life that Apple claims? It could be because of a file that Migration Assistant corrupted. That file can be removed with a simple command.
Following news that Apple is pulling its devices from the from the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT) registry, The city of San Francisco has become one of the first local government entities to announce that it will be barring most purchases of Apple computers.
A firm called “Noise Free Wireless” has filed suit against Apple, saying that the iOS device maker is using proprietary information obtained from meetings to develop its own noise reduction technology.
We’ve all seen iPads being used “out in the wild” Hotels use them for concierge services in their rooms, airlines are offering them for in-flight entertainment. Now comes news that the U.S. Navy is planning on using them for a very important purpose… The Executive Dining Facility at the Pentagon.