Steve’s Jobs yacht design is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen. As such, when Phillippe Starck gave an interview to SuperYachtTimes revealing the thought process behind it, I was fascinated.
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While Siri can certainly be a useful tool for a variety of purposes, it doesn’t offer the best support for languages other than English. According to a new job posting on Apple’s employment site, however (via9to5Mac), Apple is planning to bring support for at least 9 additional languages to the service.
Parents: If you’re wondering what your kid wants for Christmas this year, the latest data from Nielsen provides a fairly clear answer: Most kids want Apple products, and in particular, iPads. Big surprise there, right? Just like pretty much every other year!
Samsung will get another chance to prove to the U.S. International Trade Commission that Apple’s iPhone and iPad infringe its patents.
HTC chief executive Peter Chou says the company is happy with its patent settlement with Apple, but calls the media estimates that has HTC paying the Cupertino company $6 – $8 per phone “very, very, wrong.”
Google says they’re working on an open alternative to AirPlay, the Apple technology that allows users to share photos, audio, and video to the Apple TV and other devices.
If you develop apps in either the iOS or Mac App Stores you know how important it is to promote your apps. You need to get your app noticed. One way to do so is to give promo codes to reviewers, media contacts, or use them to give away your app through promotions.
Nokia announced last week that they were working on a new iOS mapping app. Today, we get to see the fruits of their labor. Nokia’s new HERE Maps app for iOS has launched.
Here’s some more cool footage of a this time fully haired Sir Jony Ive (that tells how long ago it was), talking about the design of the 20th century Mac way back in 1997.
Locking and unlocking your Mac to dissuade prying eyes can be a hassle – an extra step you may have to perform multiple times per day! What if there was a way to automatically lock your Mac whenever you are away, and unlock it when you’re nearby? Good news: there is!
Apparently Apple ia now getting into the swing of eBay! The company has apparently opened a new eBay store for refurbished Apple products, with pricing identical to what’s available in the refurbished section of the Apple Online Store.
A report from Bloomberg says that a new filing in the ongoing court battle over the patent dispute between Apple and Google’s Motorola Mobility unit reveals that both sides would like to use binding arbitration to resolve the issues related to their dispute.
According to an unofficial report from AppsFire – an app promotion and discovery firm – the App Store has now seen (or soon will) 1 million approved apps pass through it after a little over four years in operation.
In terms of preserving the original product, this is the perfect mod. Patrick Blampied of Ultimate Hipster Tech has gutted a retro Macintosh Portable, inserted the hardware of an NB100 netbook into it, and somehow got OS X running.
Apple’s stock has been in a massive slump lately, but fortunately for investors, that slump is likely very much over now. Shares of AAPL rose a historic 7.21 percent today, up $38.05 – the second-largest gain in the history of AAPL stock.
A report says that Apple’s suppliers should be enjoying a particularly strong 1st Quarter of 2013. The reason? New iPad and iPhone products “around the middle of 2013”.