Steve Jobs has been honored with a special lifetime achievement Grammy award to recognize his contributions to the music industry. The award ceremony will be held Saturday, February 11, 2012.
Articles by Chris Hauk
Research in Motion has reportedly turned down offers from potential buyers, and is instead hoping to remedy its woes by leveraging upcoming BlackBerry handsets and existing services.
Apple has started posting job listings for its upcoming retail store in Berlin. The store, which will be in a nearly century old theater building, will be the company’s first in the city.
The Mac Observer reports that there’s a new Phishing scan targeting MobileMe customers. The scam tries to get users to send their MobileMe login information by posing as their Internet service provider via a spoofed e-mail.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has delayed the date for a final decision on Eastman Kodak’s patent infringement complaint against Apple. It has been pushed back from this month to September 2012.
Bloomberg reports that Apple, who has $81.6 billion in cash and investments on hand, will probably issue a “significant” dividend next year. This is according to Howard Ward of Gamco Investors, Inc.
Last month, Apple initiated a replacement program for the first-generation iPod nano because of possible battery related overheating issues. MacRumors reports this morning that Apple may have begun replacing the returned units with current-generation nano models.
Some folks already wear their heart on their sleeve, and now, according to an article from The New York Times, Apple and Google want you to wear your computer there too.
Research in Motion’s performance in the smartphone market has been so bad, that its stock price is now valued at less than the value of Apple’s App Store alone.
The Wall Street Journal offers up some hints about what Apple’s television plans might be. In recent weeks, Apple executives have disclosed their vision of the future of TV to media honchos at several companies.
Apple is famous for using low-cost Asian manufacturers for both sourcing and assembling it’s popular devices, but the consumer device monolith recently started receiving one critical component from a little closer to home… Texas.
Amazon’s Kindle Fire is set to to take market share away from Apple this quarter, dropping the iPad’s share of the market down to 59 percent, according to a new analysis by market research firm IDC.
Ever wonder how famous tech companies got their name? What exactly does a huge river in South America have to do with selling merchandise via the web? (Amazon)
Flipboard’s new iPhone app has been downloaded a million times in the week since it has been available. The app has “tripled” page flips over the what Flipboard was previously seeing with its iPad only app.
Forbes has a lengthy post by Rob Siltanen telling the real story about Apple’s famous “Think Different” campaign. It’s an interesting peek into the behind the scenes story of a legendary ad campaign.
Reports say stolen iPhones are still receiving iMessages being sent to the original owner, despite measures such as remote wiping, or changing old Apple ID passwords.