NBC announced on Friday that Apple CEO Tim Cook will be the subject of a special interview with NBCs Brian Williams. The profile is scheduled to air on Rock Center, next Thursday, December 6th.
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A small set of media types have been invited to an iTunes related Apple media event to be held in Moscow on Tuesday. The event is leading to further speculation that the iTunes Store is about to debut in Russia.
Apple today announced that it is on track to meet its goal of launching the iPhone 5 in at least 100 countries by the end of 2012, saying that it will be bringing the device to more than 50 new countries this month.
Everybody has past dates to remember, or other dates to look forward to. How can you keep track of both? LifeTicker Pro from Novitet is here to help you keep track of all the important dates in your life, whether they’re in the past or the future.
We all know the two sentences you find on every Apple product. ‘Designed by Apple in California. Assembled in China.’ But wait a second. Fortune reports that some customers have reported seeing ‘Assembled In USA’ on their new iMacs.
The folks at iFixit have maintained their faultless teardown record, getting their hands on the new 21.5 inch iMac. However the bad news is that, rather predictably, they uncovered an upgrade nightmare, making it impossible for the average person to bump up their hardware.
Love to follow sports? Want to have the latest schedules, scores, stats, and rosters at your finger tips? No matter what sport you follow? (OK, within reason.) Well, here’s how to use Siri to follow your favorite leagues, teams, and players.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch; however, with the release of the new iMac models, we wanted to get you MacTrast-ready.
Apple released a new Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update this week, version 4.0.2, adding RAW image support for a variety of recent cameras, including the new Sony NEX-5R and Sony NEX-6, to their iPhoto and Aperture image editing software.
Do you love your iPhone? Do you love coffee? Do you want to protect your iPhone in a stylish case that has the look and feel of a coffee bag? Then have I got an iPhone case for you!
Consumer Reports has once again published their annual report ranking U.S. wireless carriers, and once again – continuing a tradition that has spanned many years – AT&T has managed to come in dead last in terms of customer service, and in overall rank.
A mere few hours after Apple began taking orders for their new iMacs this morning, estimates shipping tomes for 27-inch models from the Apple Online Store have already slipped from 3-4 weeks, making it unlikely for anyone who orders from this point onward to receive the 27-inch iMac before Christmas.
Google Play continues to see strong growth, as its revenue is 311% higher than last year. This is according to a new study by App Annie Intelligence. However, Apple’s iTunes App Store made four times as much revenue over the same period.
According to a regulatory filing, Apple Senior Vice President of Technologies Bob Mansfield has cashed in over $20 million of his Apple stock. He sold 35,000 shares at a price of $582.21 per share.
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) staff has upheld the preliminary ruling by Administrative Judge Thomas Pender that said Samsung violated four of Apple’s patents.
Myth busted. Apple does not make expensive tablets. Microsoft announced that its Surface Pro model will start at $899, and that’s without the Touch Cover keyboard which costs $129.