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.
Articles by Chris Hauk
Although NFC, (Near Field Communication), has yet to take off, many of the iPhone’s competitors are already producing smartphones with NFC capabilities. There has been some discussion of whether Apple will join the NFC fray, or come up with an alternative of its own.
Google is expected to pay a $22.5 million fine, the largest in the history of the Federal Trade Commission, for bypassing the privacy settings of users of the Safari web browser.
According to a new study, Objective-C, the programming language used to build applications for the Mac, iPhone, and iPad, is now the 3rd most popular coding language among programmers.
Visiting a new place can be a pain in the butt. A new area, unfamiliar streets, maybe even an unfamiliar language. LinkDotz brings us PlaceBox, an app they say will help you find your way in the world.
Amid reports the Apple will release the “iPad mini” by years end, comes an analyst who says Apple could sell 4 to 6 million of the “minis” during the upcoming holiday season.
If your Mac doesn’t meet the minimum recommended system specifications for OS X Mountain Lion, the App Store may not let you download it.
Ultrabook PC makers are reported to be facing legal threats from Apple over Ultrabook designs that resemble the MacBook Air.
While lacking availability on China’s largest mobile carrier, the iPhone’s market share in China has grown from 9.9 percent a year ago, up to 17.3 percent in the June quarter.
We’ve seen the iPhone remotely control toy helicopters, model race cars, even work remotely with your computer, but now we have a hack by Avadhut Deshmukh that combines all that. It’s an iPhone controlled laptop on wheels!
Research in Motion (RIM) customers, which include GoDaddy Group Inc. and asset management firm Thames River Capital UK, are preparing for the worst: losing the BlackBerry service their employees depend on for their communication.
Apple has announced their decision to stop participating in a major program devoted to the production of environmentally friendly products. Reports say Apple feels that its design direction is no longer in line with the program’s requirements.
Hotels want to offer guests cutting edge technology, but they want it to be something they’ll understand and use. A boutique hotel in Vancouver has come up with what they think is a valid plan. They’re replacing the “normal” hotel room phone with an iPhone.
An unverified report from the ever popular rumor monger DigiTimes claims that Apple is looking at returning to a one-LED backlight module instead of the two-LED design in the current iPad.
Everyone likes a little luxury in their lives, and why not extend that to your MacBook Air? If you can also protect it from scratches at the same time, all the better. Twelve South has been kind enough to let us try out their SurfacePad for the MacBook Air.
Ah the weekend! Running errands, washing the car, playing golf, and another visit with Siri.