Apple has released a new update for iMovie for Mac, bringing the version up to 9.0.9. The update doesn’t add anything new, but rather focuses on minor bug fixes and performance improvements.
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As Apple continues to bolster their iWork development team (following a hiring boost back in February), the company has posted a new job listing for a software engineer to work on the next generation of iWork apps for Mac and iOS. Apple hasn’t significantly updated their iWork suite for the Mac since 2009, making a new version long overdue.
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins has just made an announcement that many have been anticipating for years – the official release of BlackBerry Messenger for iOS and Android! As revealed at the BlackBerry Live conference this morning, BBM is set to launch on both platforms this summer, and finally brings the best of BBM’s features to competing platforms.
The MiniDock for iPhone 5 eliminates the clutter of a charging cable across your desk or dash makes life appear a little simpler.
Heads-up, Daft Punk fans – The iTunes store is now allowing anyone who’d like the chance to stream the band’s latest album, “Random Access Memories”, for free through iTunes, before it is even released! They are also accepting pre-orders for the album, which will be available on May 21st.
T-Mobile’s $100 down offer for the iPhone 5 has now ended, the Magenta Network has raised the down payment to $150, with the monthly payments remaining at 24 monthly payments of $20.
There has been no shortage of rumors and speculation that Apple may launch a connected HDTV to compete in the television market – and plenty of rumored specs, release dates, and so forth to go along with it. Our friends at MacFormat have created a clever graphic that rounds up what they consider the most likely possibilities for such a device (if Apple indeed releases one).
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is calling on Apple, Google, Microsoft, Samsung, and Motorola Mobility to work with his office to curb smartphone thefts. Schneiderman sent a letter to each, criticizing the companies for potentially failing to meet security promises that he says they make to consumers.
The legendary creator of Apple’s retail empire is now looking for a job, and Apple really can’t turn him down. Here’s why.
AppleInsider reports that Apple has informed tech staff that major changes to the AppleCare and AppleCare+ are on their way, and will be enacted starting in the fall.
During an interview with Charlie Rose that aired on CBS’s “60 Minutes” Sunday evening, an emotional Bill Gates talked about his final visit with Steve Jobs, relating how the two tech pioneers discussed subjects ranging from their family life to the future of technology in education.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office has tentatively rejected certain aspects of a patent Apple holds regarding translucent images. This could potentially impact Apple’s ongoing legal struggles with rival Samsung.
The U.S. Department of Defense announced on Friday that it plans to allow Apple devices running iOS 6 onto the Pentagon’s secure network early this week, The approval opens the door for Apple to secure lucrative military contracts currently held in the most part by BlackBerry.
Samsung has announced that it has developed a wireless transmission standard hundreds of times faster that today’s 4G LTE standard. A network using the new standard could see users downloading entire movies in seconds.
The New York Times reports that ABC will begin streaming live content to iOS devices later this week in Philadelphia and New York City using a new “live” button in their app.
If you’re like me, you find yourself using your laptop for it’s intended use. computing in your lap. But, did you know the heat and the radiation from your laptop can adversely affect your health? Our Indiegogo of the Week is the SafeSleeve – a solution to allow you to use your laptop efficiently on your lap, yet protect you from any long-term effects on your health.