RetailWeek reports that filed former Apple Senior Vice President of Retail John Browett is taking a job as the chief executive of United Kingdom fashion and accessories retailer Monsoon Accessorize. Browett is set to start on March 4, almost 5 months after leaving his position at Apple.
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iPhone battery case maker Mophie has shared with the New York Times some of the actions Apple takes to ensure that it locks down its Lightning connector.
It’s possible that U.S. Judge Lucy Koh, presiding judge over the two California patent cases between Samsung and Apple, may put the second suit on hold until an appeals court comes to a decision on the first case.
We reported late last month that it looked as if Staples might be getting ready to start selling Apple products in their U.S. stores and on their website. Now, it looks like that deal has come to fruition, as Staples executives are blathering about it all over the Twitter-sphere.
We reported yesterday that a fix was on the way for the lockscreen hack we reported earlier this week. Now comes a report that the fix will come very soon, most likely before February 20th.
Sir Jony Ive has been honored with the Gold Blue Peter Badge, an exclusive award that’s only been given out several times in the past. I can already see Americans with a perplexed look on their face. What the hell is Blue Peter?
The world of iOS apps and games has now become so expansive, that it can allow us to experience the life of our dreams, and if your dream is to be like Justin Bieber, then Pop Rocks World HD may be the perfect opening to your life as the next big thing.
Fresh data provided by by ad network Chitika’s analytics arm Chitika Insights, shows that as of February, web traffic from devices running iOS 6 reached 83.1% of all iPhones, iPads and iPod traffic in North America.
Some of the big hedge funds that made Apple a superstar in the market lost their infatuation with the company, and dumped the stock in the fourth quarter of 2012, fueling the huge drop in the iOS device maker’s share price.
Have you ever wished you could just hide an entire folder on your Mac to guard it from prying eyes or accidental discovery? There are many reasons why you might want to secure or hide a folder on your Mac – especially if you use a shared computer. The good news is that Apple has built a way to to just that right into OS X, and all it requires is some quick work in Terminal!
With so many candidates and job openings to go over, it can take a while to sort through a great deal of interviews and resumes. Thankfully, there’s a new app for iOS that makes interviewing and hiring new candidates a lot easier for recruiters and business owners. Interview Recorder takes all aspects of an interview and gives you viable tools such as questions, options, live recording, and input and attachments of resume for contacts and new hires.
Earlier today, we told you about a massive security hole in iOS 6.1, allowing anyone to bypass the security code on an iPhone, and potentially access private information, including your Address Book. Apple has officially acknowledged the issue in a statement provided to AllThingsD.
Ever since Apple released the iPhone 4 and brought the “Retina” display into the consumer world, Apple and others have been hard at work boosting the resolutions of smartphones, tablets, and even notebooks to ultra-high resolutions. Apple was the first to bring a Retina display to a notebook with the Retina MacBook Pro – and now it looks like Google wants to play the game as well.
Mashed Up Monkeys hits the iTunes store today promising to take you swinging through the jungle in search of stars and fruit. Add to the simple mission some burping jokes, farting propulsion, and annoying sound effects and you have the gist of Mashed Up Monkeys.
Microsoft has only recently released their Surface and Surface Pro tablets to consumers – but according to Microsoft CFO Peter Klein, they may already be planning a smaller version of the Windows-based tablet to compete with the iPad mini.
As if the horrifying wave of malware affecting Android devices (which can now even infect your PC!) wasn’t bad enough, ZDNet reports that Google is also sending users’ personal information to Google Play developers (including names and addresses) without permission – a massive privacy violation if there ever was one.