It looks like the folks in Cupertino have done it again, with Apple just having announced their newest and smallest Mac ever – the MacTini! While this is clearly not a really product, it nevertheless provides a few laughs.
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A cryptic screenshot posted on the Twitter and Facebook accounts of VoIP startup Viber suggests the company is working on a windows client to challenge the hold of Skype and other VoIP apps. We have contacted Viber for comment and asked whether or not we can expect to see a Viber Mac app in the near future.
Check out Steve Jobs’ calendar now that he is retired from day to day activities at Apple. He is still pretty active but I’m not sure Tim Cook appreciates all the check ins.
A fresh report from DigiTimes has poured cold water on the previous rumors of a 4.2″ display for the iPhone 5. The DigiTimes report claims the screen will still come in at under 4″.
In a memo to their dealers, Sprint informed its staff to reply with “no comment” if asked whether or not the iPhone 5 will arrive on their network. Is this an orchestrated denial that simply confirms the iPhone 5 is Sprint bound? Read the memo to find out for yourself.
We’re a bit spoilt for choice when it comes to email clients for OS X. The default Mail.app is no doubt a popular choice, but which email client is the most popular on Mac? Vote in our poll and have your say.
Steve Jobs is a legend, we’ll all miss his incredible keynotes, but let’s celebrate them by listening to a bunch of them auto-tuned!
As we previously reported back on the 9th, Apple has one again surpassed Exxon Mobile in market cap, once again becoming the most valuable company in the world, which is especially impressive considering Steve Jobs’ recent departure as CEO.
MacRumors is reporting that Apple will be closing many of their New York City retail stores this weekend in preparation for Hurricane Irene.
Although rumors have already indicated that Apple and TSMC have already begun trial production of the next-gen quad-core A6 chip, a new report from CNET now suggests that full production on the new chips won’t begin until Q2 2012, delaying any device using that chip until at east June 2012.
Rumors have been surfacing about a possible Amazon tablet for some time, but until now, there has been very little to go on. The New York Post is now reporting, however, that Amazon is set to enter the tablet market with a $299 Android tablet.
Without either warning nor explanation, it appears as though Apple has just eliminated all $0.99 TV show rentals from iTunes, taking away a factor that was a major selling point for the Apple TV 2 just one year ago.
Even though OS X Lion is an exceptional operating system, having received overwhelmingly good reviews, it’s not for everyone. Some applications haven’t been updated to Lion yet, causing some people to have need to revert to Snow Leopard. Here’s how it’s done.
Although a long-time producer of critical parts for Apple’s products, Samsung may be on the verge of a financial blow as a new report claims that Apple will be dropping them as their exclusive chip provider, and going elsewhere for their A6 chip.
Salesforce.com Founder and CEO Marc Benioff revealed to Bloomberg that Steve Jobs had been a particularly helpful mentor to Benioff and his organization, and repaid the favor by giving Steve Jobs the App Store domain name and trademark.
Just moments ago, Apple released updated beta seeds of OS X Lion 10.7.2, iCloud for Lion beta 9, and iPhoto 9.2 beta 3 to developers to update and refine iCloud support on OS X.