Apple has released a statement outlining testimony due to be delivered this week to the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation by Apple CEO Tim Cook, CFO Peter Oppenheimer, and head of tax operations Phillip A. Bullock.
The NPD Group’s latest numbers on domestic Mac sales shows that sales are about even year-over-year for the month of April. One analyst sees that as a potentially positive thing for Apple.
Samsung is looking for developers that will make apps specifically for its flagship smartphone, announcing that it’s offering $800,000 in prize money for Galaxy-specific apps.
Apple’s retail stores in the United States not only make more money than any other store per square foot, they also take the crown when you measure things via revenue per visitor.
Yahoo announced on Monday that it will purchase popular microblogging platform Tumblr for $1.1 billion. While Yahoo has promised “not to screw it up,” the number of blog posts being imported from Tumblr to WordPress has risen from 400-600 an hour to 72,000 ever since the purchase was announced.
According to a pair of reports today, Apple has begun sampling 1.5-inch OLED displays from RITEK subsidiary RiTdisplay.
This week’s featured project is a little different. I’ve always had a soft spot in my heart for robots. Heck, I’m a geek, big surprise right? I also have another soft spot for programming. I am all for teaching beginning programming to kids in school. Here’s a project that combines both: Sparki – The Easy Robot for Everyone!
Earlier, we told you about a major new update to Pixelmator, a popular and affordable Photoshop competitor for Mac. The update introduced over 100 new features – and Pixelmator’s customers were swift to show their appreciation by downloading over 500,000 copies of Pixelmator 2.2 in just one week!
Skype release a significant update to their Mac video client this week, adding a number of improvements and fixes. I’m particularly thrilled with the improved chat scrolling, which fixes a gripe I have had with Skype for Mac for a long time.
As Intel CEO Paul Otellini steps down from his post today, The Atlantic has published a lengthy profile of the outgoing CEO. In the article, Otellini reveals what might have been: He says that he personally shot down a chance to put Intel processors inside the original Apple iPhone.
Apple has apparently decided it will no longer be a part of any desire Facebook users may have to “Bang With Friends,” and has removed the slightly notorious app from the App Store.
Sony and Warner are reported to be holding out on signing a deal with Apple for their streaming music service, even though market king Universal had agreed to terms. Now, many are wondering how did Google announce its own music service ahead of Apple?
The U.S. Air Force’s purchase of 18,000 iPads for use as electronic flight bags could save the armed forces branch more than $50 million over the next 10 years.
In his interview with Politico, Apple CEO Tim Cook shared some new information about the new “Built in the USA” Mac model that will be officially announced later this year. Cook says that not only will the new machine be assembled in the U.S., it will use many components from domestic suppliers as well.
Availability of Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Air has begun to dry up at major authorized retail sellers, leading to speculation that the ultraportable notebook just might possibly be due for an impending product refresh.
The CW television network announced on Thursday that it’s content will soon be available for streaming on Apple’s popular Apple TV. The CW was previousl available on Microsoft’s Windows and Xbox platforms.