While speaking at the NAB conference on Wednesday, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam made the claim that he was the one who sold the late Steve Jobs on adding 4G LTE capabilities to the iPhone.
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Katy Huberty’s note to investors on Thursday saw the Morgan Stanley analyst opining that Apple could debut new internet-based services as well as a “killer app” later this year. The comments follow her recent meeting with Apple management.
This is when you know you’ve made it. The Lyon Opera in France will be staging Steve V, an opera which crosses the life of Steve Jobs with the destiny of Shakespeare’s Henry V.
If you right-click and use the “Open With” menu to load a file into a specific app, you may begin to notice multiple listings of the same application names in the list. Here’s how to delete the duplicates, and have a clean list to choose from.
According to the latest market research from analysis firm Piper Jaffray, Apple’s popularity is continuing to increase significantly among teenagers – a key segment of the mobile market.
I’ve thought that EA and Maxis’ new SimCity game looked pretty awesome ever since I first heard about it – except that it was missing one critical feature: Mac support. That’s about to change. According to a new announcement posted on the SimCity message board, SimCity for Mac will be released on June 11 – and buyers of the PC version will get the Mac version for free!
Research firm IDC says the performance of PC shipments for the first quarter of 2013 was the worst year-over-year in the nearly 20 year history of its tracking studies. According to IDC, worldwide numbers for the PC market declined nearly 14% compared to Q1 of 2012, with the U.S. market declining by nearly 13%.
Looks like Apple is definitely interested in exploring how they can use flexible displays in their products, as they’ve posted a job looking for someone with experience in the design, development and technical investigation of display technologies.
AppGratis CEO Simon Dawlat issued a statement yesterday about the recent removal of the AppGratis apps from the App Store. He confirmed that they were pulled for violating App Store guidelines 2.25 and 5.6
Rumor: Next Office for Mac Release Set for Spring 2014 Launch, Office for iOS Delayed Until Fall 2014
A new “leaked” roadmap revealed by ZDNet casts some negative vibes on the release date. According to the report, Microsoft Office for iOS isn’t scheduled for release until October of 2014. Meanwhile, the next version of Office for Mac is set for a Spring 2014 release.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple is in talks with Yahoo to bring more of the search company’s information to their iOS devices. Yahoo has long been a provider of data for the devices, the iOS Stocks and Weather apps use data from Yahoo, and Siri uses the service for sports information.
In what is perhaps the most concrete evidence so far that the new Macs will have 802.11ac WiFi, a snippet of code from the OS X 10.8.4 beta has been unearthed by 9to5Mac, indicating just that.
Apple is reportedly looking for fresh ideas for the designs of its retail stores, and it has turned to the design firm that is responsible for its “Spaceship” campus design.
Sales were down 19% in the first quarter for Foxconn, a major Apple manufacturing partner. The decline is reportedly due primarily to lower than expected iPhone sales.
T-Mobile, who will officially launch Apple’s iPhone on their network on Friday, has announced details on a trade-in program they hope will lure current iPhone 4 and 4S owners onto the magenta network. By trading their old device in, new customers can drop the down payment on a 16GB iPhone 5 down to $0.
A new report says that Samsung has indeed been cut out of Apple’s plans for its next-generation A7 system-on-a-chip which is expected to power the Cupertino firm’s upcoming iOS devices.