It’s the weekend, and you can guess what I’m leading up to! It’s time to visit Siri again! This week, we’re going to visit with some folks who just might like Siri a little TOO much!
Latest Apple & Mac News
This week we learn how if you work for Apple a moustache can get you promoted, especially if you have some extremely prominent whiskers!
As the world breathlessly awaits the arrival of the Apple TV this fall, (or doesn’t, depends on who you talk to), some pundits are saying it will be the final nail in the coffin of the cable companies. Forbes contributor Eric Jackson doesn’t think so.
Wallpaper Weekends is a post series intended to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers. Featuring the first-ever Wallpaper Weekend MacBook Pro Retina wallpaper by Rodrigo Sarzosa. He captured the photo in beautiful Buenos Aires!
Great screen protectors are hard to come by, but Spigen SPG stands to change all that with the GLAS.t – a screen protector made from optical-quality tempered glass! Here’s how you can win one!
There have been a great number of ports to iOS from PC and consoles. Some of these stay the same with no additional features or upgrades, while others seem to take it a step further. Mutant Storm for iPad is just such a port.
There has been no shortage of companies that try to knock the iPad off its pedestal. The latest company to take up the mantle of would-be iPad killer is none other than Apple’s oldest opponent: Microsoft.
Can an app actually extend the battery life of your iPhone? A new app called Carat aims to do just that – and while I’d ordinarily be skeptical of such claims, Carat seems to put its money where its mouth is in a very interesting way.
Apple devices running iOS 6 will be able to receive United States government alerts during an emergency or disaster. The feature is expected to be available on all devices that can run iOS 6, including the iPhone 3GS, and the iPhone 4.
After half a dozen NFL teams made the switch to digital playbooks this season, the Cincinnati Bengals have followed suit, ordering 110 iPads to be used at pitch side for both coaches and players.
An original Apple 1 computer sold for $374,500 at an auction this morning, over double what it was expected to sell for. The package included a video terminal, keyboard, and operations manuals.
Following an observation that Apple had removed podcasts from the iTunes app in iOS 6, it now appears that there’s a good reason for that: Apple is planning to release a new entirely separate podcast app when iOS 6 debuts this fall.
A 13-inch version of the MacBook Pro with Retina Display is rumored to be launching sometime in October.
Apple’s new iOS 6 Maps app is certainly impressive, but many were disappointed to hear that the new 3D and turn-by-turn directions wouldn’t be available on the iPhone 4. One Russian iOS developer has taken it upon himself to change all that.
According to a report on Thursday from market researcher International Data Corp, the global market for tablet computers is growing at a faster rate than expected, and to no one’s surprise, Apple’s dazzling iPad is leading the pack.
We have hooked up with O’Reilly to give away 5 copies of iPad: The Missing Manual – the ultimate go-to reference for all things iPad! iPad: The Missing Manual would normally set you back $19.99, but we’re giving away 5 copies today for free! Details, as ever, inside…