Employees at major tech companies have spoken out on how they feel about their employers, and according to a recent study by Glassdoor, Apple, Google and Facebook have some of the happiest employees around.
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There will soon be a new Sonic game hitting an iOS device near you. Over a year after Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 hit the App Store, Episode II is on the horizon, and will be coming out sometime early next year.
The Loop’s Jim Dalrymple put his two cents worth in regarding this morning’s rumors that Apple may introduce an iPad 3 at MacWorld in January. His response, quite unsurprisingly, is something along the lines of “no chance in Hell.”
Kittens are universally amazing, and Fruit Ninja is a remarkably addicting game. So what do you get when you put the two together? This amazing YouTube video, that’s what.
The Italian company I’m is releasing the most progressive timepiece to-date and first smart-watch, simply named the i’mWatch. When paired with a smartphone, the i’mWatch will display inbound calls, text messages, emails, Facebook and Twitter notifications, and other requested information such as current weather forecasts.
Marketing technology company Fiksu has released their latest App Store figures, showing that the release of the iPhone 4S helped Apple’s download numbers increase by 83% in November year-over-year.
Didn’t get that Apple device you wanted for Christmas? Looking for a great deal on an iPod or iPad? Newegg.com is currently offering 10% off on all new iPads and iPods, which is a pretty great deal for any new Apple product.
Apparently orangutans at the Milwaukee County Zoo enjoy using apps, playing games, and watching video on the iPad almost as much as we do! The orangutans have been given iPads to use in an attempt to raise funds to help preserve the species.
A recent patent application reveals that Apple could be considering face recognition technology for their future iOS devices. The application, entitled “Low Threshold Face Recognition”, describes a new solution for accurately recognising a user.
Even though Apple already declared 2011 to be the Year of the iPad 2, 2012 is set to become an amazing year for the iPad as well. Nearly three fourths of small business are planning on adopting tablets next year, with the iPad topping the list of likely candidates.
MacTechnology has breathed new life into what was seemingly a museum piece. They have come up with a solution that will turn an old iMac G3 into a coffee table – you can be reminded of the first iMac whenever you have a drink.
The holiday season typically provides a nice boost to developer’s app sales, with many iOS developers rushing to put their apps on sale ahead of Apple’s annual iTunes Connect freeze. This year has been no exception.
Among the many fascinating things found in Stanford’s Apple archives was this fantastic Ghostbusters parody video recorded by Apple in 1984 for their international sales meeting.
In an interview, Steve Wozniak and the late Steve Jobs recall a notable moment in the annals of computer lore, the naming of their fledgling computer company some years ago.
Sporting two separate analog joysticks, ten action buttons, three menu buttons and a D-Pad, the GamePad promises to “significantly improve” the gaming experience on iOS devices. Now if only it was supported by more than two games…
The latest iPad rumor claims that the next iPad will have more than double the battery capacity, and that Apple will be releasing two new iPads next year at the MacWorld/iWorld convention (which they have no plans to attend)!