AT&T has released a new report explaining their data throttling practices for users of unlimited data plans. Unfortunately (but not unexpectedly), they end up blaming their customers.
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Thanks to a new app called AirParrot, you can now mirror your entire Mac’s screen to your television through AirPlay and the Apple TV.
Apple has responded to a Congressional privacy inquiry by stating that they will begin requiring explicit permission to collect such data in the future, and that the issue will be fixed in a forthcoming update to iOS.
Congress has issued a letter to Apple requesting information on the company’s data collection policies, and how those policies apply to App Store developers.
After reaching 85 million users at the end of January, iCloud has now broken the 100 million user mark. CEO Tim Cook announced the news in his speech at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference.
FLA president Auret van Heerden has stated that Apple’s manufacturing facilities are “far above average” compared to other factories that the FLA monitors, and that the main problems are of boredom and monotony.
Following the Little Big Disk, LaCie has released a new Thunderbolt equipped hard drive called the 2big which packs a real punch, both in terms of data transfer speeds but in terms of storage.
Apple’s iPad 2 has been removed from Amazon China, likely over the recent trademark dispute from Proview Technology. The exact reasons for the removal, however, have yet to be determined.
The highly anticipated iPhone app, “Clear” is now available in the App Store. The “to-do” list app offers an innovative and easy to use interface for entering and clearing reminders and lists.
We’re giving away a Pad & Quill iPhone (or iPad if you choose) case once we hit 10,000 fans! If you’re not already one of our Facebook fans, now would be a great time to start!
Apple has reportedly made substantial changes to its struggling iAd advertising platform. Changes include reducing the minimum campaign amount, increasing developer revenue share and adjusting its fees.
Apple has requested permission from a judge to sue Eastman Kodak for alleged patent infringement. The approval is necessary, as Kodak has recently filed for bankruptcy.
Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke at the Goldman Sachs Internet and Technology conference. A full transcript and audio recording is now available for those who’d like to know what he had to say.
Siri herself has now admitted than she can speak Japanese, despite not having been confirmed officially by Apple. Apple’s Siri FAQ also details some of the languages that will be added later on in 2012.
Money Story Book, a new personal finance app from ReadyXtion, aims to set itself apart by offering infinitely customizable settings and a more graphical user interface than other apps in its category.
In this Mac Tip we take a look at how to remove authorized computers from your iTunes account when you run out of spare spots or no longer own a specific computer.