It’s April Fools’ Day 2014, and true to form, many sites and companies are rolling out their gags. Here’s a few of our favorites…
Latest Apple & Mac News
A new study shows smartphone users are seven times less likely to use mobile web browser based apps than native apps, but when they do, Apple’s Safari is the web browser of choice for most.
The theory goes that if you want to quietly announce bad news, you do it late on a Friday, so no one will notice. However, T-Mobile waited until last Friday afternoon to announce its latest “Uncarrier” move, and it appears they were not able to slip the news past angry Twitter and Reddit users.
Apple will announce its earnings for their second fiscal quarter of 2014, (Q1 calendar quarter), on Wednesday, April 23.
Following an all-day jury selection process, the jury is set for Apple’s second California patent trial against Samsung.
Apple has debuted TD-LTE capable models of the iPad Air and the iPad mini with Retina Display in China. The new models add to the existing models that support other cellular networks in China.
Say what you want about Samsung, the fact remains that they make excellent monitors. Now, the South Korean firm has debuted a 29-inch 4K 3,840 x 2,160 resolution monitor which is available for pre-order at $700.
Independent analysis has shown that Apple was not overstating the capabilities and power of their A7 microprocessor when they called it “desktop class.” The chip is used in Apple’s iPhone 5s, iPad Air, and iPad mini with Retina Display.
Watch as the Filmmakers Behind ‘Noah’ Control a Huge Overhead Rain and Lighting System With Just an iPad
The special effects geniuses behind the new biblical epic Noah needed to control a huge overhead artificial rain and lighting rig that could deliver 5,000 gallons per minute of water and could turn night into day. How did they control all that? Why, with an iPad, of course!
Federal Judge Denise Cote has granted class action status to a group of plaintiffs suing Apple over its collusion with publishers to fix the price of e-books.
Ryan Seacrest is not the BlackBerry Idol, as the company has obtained a court order stopping all sales of Seacrest’s Typo Keyboard for the iPhone. The Typo is a $99 snap-on Bluetooth accessory designed for use with the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s.
Reports today suggest that the real target of Apple’s latest courtroom patent skirmish against Samsung may be Google and its Android operating system.
What if there was a watch that offered much of the same functionality as the Pebble and other smartwatches do, and yet doesn’t require syncing it with an iPhone, and dispenses of the need to charge the device every few days? Meet the Phosphor Touch Time.
Just one day after their release, Microsoft’s Office apps, (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), sit atop the App Store charts as the top three free apps in the store. Microsoft’s recently redesigned OneNote sits in the number four spot.
Foxconn has record iPhone and iPad sales to thank for a reported 13% rise in their net profit in the fourth quarter of 2013.
Just a little over a week since the last seed, Apple has dropped OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 build 13D28 to developers.