Apple-owned Beats Electronics has just released a new promotional video pushing its new Beats Solo2 headphones. The new campaign, “#SoloSelfie,” features various celebrities taking video selfies while they wear their Solo2 headphones.
Natalie Portman may become attached to the Steve Jobs biographical film at Universal, reports Deadline. No word on what role she’s up for, but there are reportedly many female roles in the biopic, including that of Jobs’ daughter Lisa Brennan.
The Reverend Jesse Jackson has written to Apple CEO Tim Cook to ask that the company improve their treatment of low-paid contractors, such as security guards.
It appears that GT Advanced Technologies’ creditors will be getting a peek behind the curtain at Apple’s secretive business goings-on. This, as Apple and GT work toward finalizing their settlement spurred by GTs bankruptcy filing.
If you’ve been waiting for a great price on a Misfit Shine or Flash fitness tracker, this coming Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend will likely be your best bet.
While numerous third-party keyboards have been released since Apple enabled them with the release of iOS 8, The DrawType Keyboard may be the most entertaining one so far. The new extension allows you to respond to messages with drawings in place of text.
With Mozilla moving to Yahoo as its default search engine in the US, a spot formerly held by Google, all eyes are moving toward Apple, as their Safari browser search deal will be up soon for renewal.
Shoppers are embracing location-based shopping offers, and retailers who are using the technology, including Apple’s iBeacon, will have an edge over their competitors this holiday shopping season.
Universal Pictures is reported to have picked up the Aaron Sorkin penned Steve Jobs film, after it was dropped by Sony Pictures last week. X-Men: First Class star Michael Fassbender will reportedly star as Jobs.
Apple has launched two new iPhone 6 ads, once again featuring voiceovers by Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake.
Apple and the City of Cupertino, CA have shared the latest aerial shot of the progress being made on Apple’s Campus 2 construction project.
Strong device sales, driven by the debut of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, pushed Apple’s iOS App Store download numbers to record levels in October.
Sunday saw Apple announce its campaign to support the upcoming World AIDS Day. Apple has now confirmed the items it will be offering a special (RED) gift card with on Black Friday.
If you’re holding your breath waiting for a virtual copy of such well-known watch faces as Omega, Cartier, or Fossil, for your smartwatch of choice, you might want to take a deep breath, because the big brand watchmakers are already making moves to prevent virtual clones from showing up on wearables such as the Apple Watch.
KGI Research’s Ming-Chi Kuo, who has a fair track record in these sort of things, predicts Apple’s iPhone lineup will sell 71.5 million units on Q4 2014, before dropping to 49.4 million units in Q1 2015.
Apple has announced a World AIDS Day 2014 campaign to benefit (RED). For the next two weeks, a special section of the App Store called Apps for (RED) will offer 25 apps with exclusive new content where all proceeds will go directly to the Global Fund to fight AIDS.