In continuing their strong international expansion, Apple has announced that the iTunes Store has launched in 16 Latin American countries, and that iTunes Match has now launched in Brazil.
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Looking toward the upcoming travel season, one could easily be daunted by the disaster-inducing adventures of airport travel. Traveling is a pain, but using the right equipment can make things easier until you actually survive.
The “One Last Thing” documentary on the life of Steve Jobs, originally aired by PBS on November 2nd, is now available on DVD, and features interviews with a number of Jobs’ close friends, including Steve Wozniak, Ronald Wayne and Ross Perot.
A Nokia executive claims that today’s youth are fed up with iPhone, and baffled by Android, and that many youth are beginning to turn to Windows Phone as an alternative.
Apple released Thunderbolt Display Firmware Update 1.1 late yesterday to address fan noise issues, as well as provide continued stability enhancements for the Thunderbolt Display released earlier this year.
The latest sales data for the Mac lineup shows a 13% year over year growth in the first two months of the current quarter. Wall Street watchers expect Apple will that growth number when the December quarter is concluded.
Apple has lost ground to Google in the fast growing mobile ad space, and is changing its approach as it tries to bring more advertisers to its mobile advertising platform, iAd.
In this how to article I take a look how users of Windows 7 can use the iCloud service and specifically Photo Stream.
Apple is in talks to acquire Israeli flash storage company Anobit for approximately $400-$500 million dollars. Anobit develops a unique technology that can significantly extend the performance and durability of flash-based storage.
Apple may be planning to add Bluetooth 4.0 support to their AirPlay protocol, making it easier for manufacturers to create Bluetooth-based accessories for iOS devices.
Microsoft has released a native iPad version of their OneNote note-taking and information management software, alongside an updated version of OneNote for iPhone and iPod touch.
Apple has updated iTunes to version 10.5.2 today, improving iTunes match and repairing and audio distortion issue with certain CDs, as well as general enhancements and bug fixes.
Following the discovery of iPad 3, iPhone 5 and Apple TV 3 references in Apple’s first iOS 5.1 beta, Apple has now added dozens of references to fake products within iOS 5.1 beta 2, such as the iPhone 11, iPad 10, Apple TV 8 and more.
The holiday season is in full swing, and Apple Retail Stores always have clever displays this time of year. This year’s display is especially interesting, and really highlights what the iPad 2 is capable of.
While the iPad 2 is impressive, there are a few things it can’t do – survive a Blend-TEC blender, leap tall buildings with a single bound, and so forth. ZooGue provides something new to add to the iPad 2 “can’t” list – withstand molten lava.
New data released by research firm Strategy Analytics predicts that Apple will sell around four million Apple TV units by the end of 2011, giving them a 32% share of the year’s set-top box market.