Protestors from the environmental group Greenpeace staged an hour long demonstration atop Apple’s European headquarters in Cork, Ireland on Wednesday. They were protesting the use of coal-powered electricity to power the iCloud service.
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Back in 1989, Jordan Mechner, a Yale University graduate and video game designer, developed his first title for Brøderbund. The title might not mean much to younger Apple fans, but for the older Apple demographic it’ll bring back fond memories.
FoxTrot creator, cartoonist Bill Amend, has packaged his popular comic strip for the iPad, using Apple’s free iBooks Author publishing tool.
A report from Greenpeace says Apple lags behind other technology companies, such as Facebook and Google, when it comes to utilizing environmentally friendly power for its cloud-based services.
Recent rumors have suggested that Apple may be preparing to release a game console alongside the fabled Apple HDTV. We discuss why that’s unlikely to happen.
The Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher, which is scheduled to begin filming next month, now has a working title. “Jobs: Get Inspired” will cover the late Apple CEO’s life during the period from 1971 to 2000. Mark Hulme will produce.
There’s a new version of a backdoor trojan in the wild for OS X which spreads via an exploit in Microsoft Word. The “LuckyCat” variant allows take over by a remote user.
We’re back once more with another round of Siri’s best moments!
In today’s hectic world, everyone needs to be able to unwind and relax. When do you find time to do so? Where and when can you do it? What if you only have a couple of hours between appointments, or the 20 minutes before dinner is ready?
Over the last five years, Apple and HP have the “honor” of being sued by patent “trolls” more than any other technology companies. No one has been sued more by non-practicing entities over alleged patent infringements.
If you’re one of the more than 3 million lucky owners of Apple’s new iPad, you may have noticed something while using that fantastic Retina display; some of the websites you visit don’t look quite as sharp as they used to.
Apple is working on making it easier for people with no programming background to build their own iOS apps for the iPhone and iPad. A new patent application published this week reveals Apple’s proposed new authoring tool.
A working Macintosh 128k prototype is up for sale on eBay. It includes the rare “Twiggy” 5.25-inch floppy drive, original keyboard, mouse and power lead.
While everyone’s attention has been on the shiny new iPad, those slick folks at Cupertino have started quietly shipping iOS devices with the 32nm A5 SoC’s. (System on a Chip.) So far the $399 iPad 2 and the 3rd-generation Apple TV have been confirmed to use the chip.
Readdle, maker of Scanner Pro for the iPhone, has just released Scanner Pro 4, which is now a universal app and takes advantage of the new iPad’s high resolution Retina Display and improved 5MP camera.
The United States Federal Aviation Administration has found that use of the iPad has lowered costs and improved efficiency. The authority has decided to expand the use of Apple’s best-selling device, and also create its own app store containing aviation-specific software.