As Apple’s rumored iPad Mini gets closer to its expected October announcement, Instapaper developer Marco Arment just found a bit more evidence that Apple is already testing the device – it appeared in his code logs!
A report today says Apple and several major publishers have agreed to offer concessions to put a close to the ongoing European Union antitrust investigation over alleged e-book price fixing.
A new set of leaked images of Apple’s next iPhone show the device fully assembled and placed directly next to the iPhone 4S, as well as the iPhone 3GS. The images really show off how incredible thin the ‘iPhone 5′ looks like compared to its predecessor.
Following our report earlier this week on a dangerous bug in Java SE 7 for Mac, which could post a significant risk for a number of users, Oracle has now released an update patching the exploit.
Many have wondered or worried about how a taller 4-inch screen might affect the size of the next iPhone. According to new leaked images, it appears that the answer is: not much.
“The cloud” may be the buzzword of the year in tech circles, but the average Joe and Josephine on the street haven’t the foggiest idea about what it’s all about and how it works. The results of a survey commissioned by Citrix show that while the cloud is widely used, it’s totally misunderstood.
Adobe’s popular image apps are about to be updated for the Retina MacBook Pro! Adobe just announced that both Photoshop CS6 and Lightroom for will receive a Retina update, which will be a free update coming sometime this fall.
A Reuters report this morning says that Google’s Larry Page and Apple’s Tim Cook are planning on conducting preliminary talks regarding the companies’ patent disputes. It is hoped that the series of talks may lead to a truce deal in the upcoming months.
College football season “kicks-off” this weekend, and the Pac-12 has released a new iPad app just in time for college football fanatics. The app will allow users to stream college sports directly to their iPads wherever they are, so they won’t miss a punt, pass, or kick!
All us geeks love a bit of retro gaming now and then, and Activision has brought back 45 of its greatest retro hits to create a blast from the past Activision Anthology for iPhone and iPad.
Samsung is moving to “strike back” at Apple by strengthening its partnerships with mobile carriers to develop new technologies in order to move away from the Cupertino firm’s claims on designs.
If you were hoping to snag one of Amazon’s $199 Kindle Fire tablets before the school season hits full swing, you’re out of luck. Amazon announced this morning that the Kindle Fire is officially out of stock. At least, that’s what they want you to think…
Apple latest version of OS X has only been around for a little over a month, but according to the latest data from web analytics firm Chitika, over 10% of all Macs are already running Mountain Lion – a new all-time record adoption rate for desktop operating systems.
A new survey shows that most young consumers between 18-30 disagree with the jury’s verdict last week in the Apple vs. Samsung trial. However, most would still prefer an iPhone over a Samsung smartphone.
Apple has now released a second build (12C35) to developers for testing, with developers asked to focus on Facebook integration. Apple initially began seeding the update to AppleSeed members two days ago.
Terry Gou, founder of Hon Hai Precision Industry, will show off an advanced LCD panel factory he jointly owns with Sharp to a delegation of fellow Taiwanese on Thursday. Details of a Hon Hai investment in Sharp may be announced as early as Friday.