Susan Kare, who created many of the elements of the user interface of the original Apple Macintosh in the mid-1980s has reflected on her work with Apple in an interview with Path to mark her creation of an “sticker” pack for the popular “Path” social networking app.
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Time Warner Cable has added a live “out-of-home” programming feature to its iOS TWC TV app, removing limitations that required a user to view such content from a Wi-Fi network associated with a Time Warner cable subscription.
Evernote has released a significant update for both the Mac and iOS versions of Skitch – a popular image annotation app which they purchased late last year. The update adds a number of new features, including support for PDF annotation, and a new Stamps feature, allowing users to add one-word reactions to images and notes, such as “Yes!,” “No!,” and “Tell me more”.
It’s time for Opera’s State of Mobile Advertising report for Q1 2013, and it looks like the iPhone is back on top when it comes to generating traffic to mobile ads, regaining its throne from Android. iOS also is king of the hill when it comes to monetization among the mobile platforms.
Pearson’s Penguin unit has made an offer to the European Union to end the deals it made with Apple over ebook prices, bringing the nearly year and half long ebook antitrust investigation involving Apple and a handful of large publishers nearly to an end.
Slowing year-over-year growth of sales for Apple’s iPhone appear to be part of the cooling off of sales for the entire smartphone industry.
We’ve gotten our hands on 5 copies of Words for Mac to give away – the ultimate “read later” client for OS X, complete with a beautiful minimal interface, and support for Instapaper, Pocket, and Readability! Words would normally set you back $5.99, but we’re giving away 5 copies today for free!
A Chinese website appears to be distributing pirated versions of iOS apps for free, and it seems they’re using a system powered by Apple’s own enterprise licensing technology!
Another day, another rumor… And, a couple more photos said to be from the upcoming new iPhone. Alleged images of a camera component, and an as yet unidentified part from a supposed “iPhone 5S” have hit the internet.
A new survey shows there would be good demand for an Apple ‘iWatch” if such a beast ever came to exist. 19% of surveyed consumers say they are “likely” to buy such a timepiece.
Apple has always remained rather coy on exactly what they do with your Siri data, but today that was finally clarified by Apple to Wired.
Looks like Google’s new Babel messaging platform will soon be available, and there will be an iOS version available at launch.
Apple and Exxon Mobil have been playing leap frog for a while over which company’s stock had the highest market cap, and accordingly, the title of most valuable company. With Apple’s significant slide today in the stock market, Exxon Mobil has once again dethroned Apple for the title. Apple set a new 16-week low today for their share price.
Apple’s stock continued it’s decline today, dropping another 2.67% to close at $392.05. The stock briefly dipped below $400 yesterday on claims that Apple’s device claims may be significantly lower than expected, and today’s fall has cemented the stock below $400 for the very first time since it closed at $381.02 on December 16, 2011.
Apple’s design chief Sir Jonathan Ive has received another honor, as he’s been named to Time Magazine’s annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world.
Apple had been talking to popular book recommendation service Goodreads about a partnership between the service and iBooks, but that was quashed when Amazon acquired the company earlier this year.