Intel are finally set to launch their new Xeon E5 chips next week, which means we could potentially be seeing them in a future Mac Pro update.
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Apple released a new iMac firmware update yesterday, iMac Graphic FW Update 3.0, which is intended to fix issues with hanging and freezing on certain iMac models.
A shot of Best Buy’s inventory system may provide a clue to the iPad 3′s release date, showing that the retailer is expecting new iPad accessories to be in stock on March 11th.
Fortune Magazine has announced their annual rankings for world’s most admired companies, with Apple topping the charts for their fifth consecutive year, followed by Google and Amazon in the 2nd and 3rd place slots.
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster stated in an interview with Bloomberg Radio that not only is the Apple TV coming, but that it will make a pretty enormous dent in the consumer electronics industry.
Every other week I come across an Angry Birds rip-off on App Store. 9 out of 10 times the app is not even worth downloading. Today I’ll be reviewing The Drop Out – an app that at first glance looks a lot like Angry Birds, but seems to have much more in store.
Apple scored a significant patent victory against Motorola today, with a German court awarding Apple an injunction against any Motorola products that violate a patent relating to photo management.
It’s a common stereotype that Apple users are trendier or more fashionable than PC users, but according to a new study by Bundle, that stereotype actually seems to be true!
Popular web reading platform Readability has hit the app store with a gorgeous new app for iPhone and iPad. The app is designed to improve the readability of web articles, and to save them for reading later.
Today, the 1st of March 2012 is World Book Day, and to celebrate Ideal Binary are giving away their popular pop up book apps for free – yup, for 24 hours only all the books are absolutely free.
Apple’s stock has performed like a champ over the last year or so, leaving the company with a value of over $500,000,000. But that’s just the beginning – according to The Woz, Apple could easily reach $1000 per share!
AT&T announced this morning that they are backing down on unlimited data throttling, and will now only throttle customers who use more than 3GB of data per month.
Digitimes is reporting a rumor that makers in Apple’s supply chain have started delivering samples of 7.85 inch iPads for verification. According to industry sources, volume production could begin in the 3rd quarter of 2012 at the earliest.
Barack Obama has revealed that he has League Pass on his iPad. Now that’s a cool president!
New leaked photos of iPad 3 parts dismiss the ‘no home button’ rumor, something which has been talked about ever since Apple released the invites to the event.
It’s almost spring, and young man’s thoughts turn to… baseball! MLB.com At Bat 12 is now available in the App Store. The app lets you stay connected to your favorite teams and players all the way from spring training, right up to the World Series.