Siri was the guest star in last Thursday’s episode of “The Big Bang Theory”. Raj, one of the featured characters on the show, gets an iPhone 4S, and soon falls in love with Siri, the device’s personal assistant.
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Hiring in the tech sector is gaining momentum, and Apple is leading the way as they have increased their workforce by over 50 percent in the last two years. Some however, are fearing a repeat of the bubble that occurred in 2000.
For those unfamiliar with Parallels, it’s an application you can run on your Mac that will allow you to run Windows, and various other operating systems side by side with your Mac applications.
One of the biggest problems with virtual keyboards on a touchscreen display such as the iPad’s is that it offers no feedback, which makes them harder to type on than a conventional keyboard.
Cult of Mac gives a quick peek at an app that looks to be the answer to my prayers. “Launch Center” allows the user to set up a a single tap to accomplish tasks that normally would take multiple taps and gestures on your iPhone.
Earlier this week, the New York Times published a report with details about the harsh conditions of working in the factories of an Apple parts supplier or Apple product manufacturer.
Apple’s former retail chief Ron Johnson has outlined plans to use what he learned at Apple to revitalize struggling retailer J.C. Penney, which he now heads as chief executive.
Following the announcement about Apple’s “iBooks 2.0” and “iBooks Author” platforms, a new report says that 27 German textbook publishers are joining together to battle Apple with an open digital textbook platform of their own.
In an effort to give back something to the people who work so hard to put Apple where it is today, Tim Cook has announced a new employee discount program on Mac and iPad purchases.
In its earnings report Apple revealed that it had sold 37.04 million iPhones in fiscal Q1 of 2012. This is more than any other manufacturer, and beyond any industry estimates.
Apple’s iPhone generated more revenue during the fiscal 2012 first quarter than all of Microsoft. (iPhone: $24.42 billion in revenue, all of Microsoft: $20.89 billion.)
“You only have a limited time,” said Microsoft Co-Founder Bill Gates, referring to former colleague and competitor Steve Jobs in a Yahoo and ABC News interview.
It’s official, Apple is now the largest semiconductor chip customer in the world, spending some $17 billion on them in 2011. Apple beat out rival Samsung to take the No. 1 position.
As almost everyone knows, Apple sweats over every little detail of their products – an obsession that even extends to the product’s packaging.
Apple has filed another patent, and from the looks of it, their Siri voice activated personal assistant could play a major role in a long list of Apple’s future products.
Damning evidence has emerged in the class-action civil lawsuit against Google, Apple, Pixar, Lucasfilm, Adobe, Intel, and Intuit. The plaintiffs claim that the companies conspired to eliminate competition for skilled labor.