Some see a new Apple product and merely gaze at it and drink in its beauty. Others look at the same object and think, “How the hell do I pop this puppy open?” iFixit has performed one of its patented teardowns on the new 11-inch MacBook Pro, and found a smaller SSD, with a slightly larger battery that provides longer life.
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Samsung CEO J.K. Shin sounded off this week, reassuring investors that the Galaxy S4 is selling quite well thank you, and also dismissing any talk that his company is anywhere close to calling a truce with chief rival Apple.
Testifying in the Department of Justice’s antitrust lawsuit against Apple on Thursday, company executive Eddy Cue said the company “didn’t care” what price publishers set for e-books. “I didn’t raise prices,” he testified.
There’s good news for our readers living in any of the 27 European Union countries, As of July 2014, you’ll pay the same rate for calls and data traveling within Europe as you do at home.
Microsoft has released Office Mobile for Office 365 for the iPhone. The app allows Office 365 subscription users to access Word, Excel and Powerpoint documents from their iPhone. No native version for the iPad has as yet been released.
Many have been left wondering about the Macs Apple didn’t mention at their WWDC keynote. According to our sources, however, Apple is planning to launch new iMacs, Mac Minis, and Retina MacBook Pros at their fall iPhone and iPad event.
Apple has made the iWork for iCloud versions of Pages, Keynote and Numbers available to registered developers as a beta release. The new, browser-based version of Apple’s popular office suite was announced on Monday at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference.
While Apple’s new icon and design elements in iOS 7 are certainly radically different from prior versions of iOS, not everyone is a fan of the changes. Some folks are even questioning the design skills of those involved. Apparently there’s a good reason for that: the icons weren’t designed by Jony Ive or Apple’s design team at all!
The Huffington Post reports that law enforcement officials from several states and cities are joining to launch an investigation into why smartphone manufacturers haven’t been doing more to combat device thefts. MacRumors: The investigation will be conducted by attorneys general…
It’s about to get REALLY crowded in Best Buy stores, as Microsoft has made a deal with the big box retailer to open Windows stores in 500 Best Buy locations in the United States. Windows stores will also be opened in 100 more Best Buy and Future Shop locations in Canada.
Fair warning, Angry Birds creator Rovio has a new game on the way. The game developer, who is teasing the upcoming game on a new website that features a bird slingshotting down a path, says the game is unlike its standard Angry Birds titles.
You may have read our earlier report about the colorful budget iPhone that Apple is rumored to be readying for release and thought to yourself, “Self, where will Apple get the inspiration for the colors of their new budget handsets?”
Apple’s new U.S. built Mac Pro will reportedly be assembled in facilities run by Singapore-based Flextronics. The report did not specify the exact assembly location for the new cylindrical powerhouse.
If you thought finding out the clock icon in iOS 7 actually shows the current time was mind-boggling, then this will really scorch your shorts. The iOS 7 Beta allows you to redeem iTunes Gift Cards with your iPhone’s camera!
iOS 7 has been introduced, new MacBook Airs are on the market, and early summer is settling in. Now it’s time to get back to the real matter at hand… iPhone rumors!
Microsoft has released a new critical update for Microsoft Office for Mac 2011, containing a number of critical security vulnerabilities that could otherwise compromise your Mac.