Think about it. A tiny USB powered box that could detect your movements like Microsoft’s Kinect, But instead of tracking your throwing motions, or interpreting your jerky, manic dance moves it watched your hands and fingers.
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Even Apple makes mistakes. Former Apple employee Joe Moreno shares a tale on his blog of how the Apple logo used to appear upside-down on MacBooks when the screen was open.
There’s been a great deal of excitement (and a whole lot of rumors) surrounding Apple’s next-gen MacBook Pro, but what should we really expect from the next round of MacBooks? We’ve rounded up the most significant and credible rumors.
Foxconn, a major operating partner of Apple, is reported to be planning to invest $210 million in a new production line in China’s Jiangsu province.
While the iPhone 3GS may already seem antiquated for a lot of people (certainly not me, I still use one), it might get a completely new lease of life in the prepaid and developing markets.
The iPad has become a great tool for artists and illustrators, giving them the ability to work wherever they are without the need for watercolors and paper, which can often take up a lot of space – something which British artist Tim Vyner is incredibly grateful for.
Big happenings today in the court case between Apple and Samsung. The big boys are sitting down in San Francisco to hash things out, as Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook, and Samsung CEO Choi Gee-sung try to work out a settlement that the lawyers have yet to achieve.
Leading Chinese search engine Baidu has unveiled its low cost smartphone which runs its own OS called Cloud. Priced at less than 1,000 yuan ($158), it enters a market already full of rivals including Huawei and ZTE.
Judging by a new warning dialog in iOS 5.1.1, Apple may finally be preparing to enable FaceTime calls over 3G networks. Although some clues have suggested that this may happen as early as June of last year, the warning message found in iOS 5.1.1 is unique.
The latest build of OS X Mountain Lion Developer Preview 3 appears to include an option for automatic app downloads, allowing you to make a purchase on one Mac and have the app automatically download to all of your other Macs.
The long-anticipated untethered iOS 5.1.1 jailbreak is expected to be released within the coming days. The jailbreak will reportedly work on all iOS devices, including the new iPad, although it will not work on the latest Apple TV.
Shrinking iPads, growing Kindle Fires, and the iPhone might get some girth too, only one thing stands firm in today’s crazy world, Siri. And she always has something to say.
If you’ve read my recent review of the ZAGGfolio keyboard case for the new iPad, you’ll know that I kind of liked it. A lot. I want to share that joy with you! That’s why we’ve teamed up with ZAGG to give away 5 ZAGGfolios to 5 lucky readers!
Wallpaper Weekend is a post series intended to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. “Orange in Aqua” captures the bright beauty of sea life.
The Joy Factory’s Joyful Wish and Connect-the-Dots cases combine the Smart Cover functionality with a complete case, giving your iPad front and back protection as well as a cool designer look.
The App Store has spread like a virus ever since it was launched, and now has well over 600,000 apps. As such, it’s worth noting why Apple launched the App Store in the first place. Here’s what Steve Jobs had to say about it in 2008!