Bottle opening iPhone cases are nothing new, but the Intoxicase is slightly different – it allows you to record your beer intake using a free app and is both practical and informative.
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When asked by a shareholder about the company’s relationship with Zuckerberg’s giant social network, Cook stated that he things the companies could do more together, and hinted at a possible partnership in the future.
Rovio has posted a new teaser for their upcoming Angry Birds Space game. It still doesn’t provide any actual gameplay previews, but does build anticipation for the game’s release!
Since the very first ad for the original iPhone, Apple has aired a total of 84 ads, and Adweek has assembled them all in one place (via iFans), sorted by air date. Which iPhone ad is your favorite?
The iPad is a fantastic device, but many people worry about using their device in the outdoors. Fortunately, Pelican has produced an insanely tough waterproof case for exactly that purpose – The Pelican i1075.
Following last week’s report that MacRumors confirmed via microscope that the display likely to be used in the iPad 3 is in fact a Retina display, iFixit has now taken a closer look.
CiccareseDesign has unveiled their latest iPhone 5 concept, showing a device with a curved back and teardrop-shaped casing that bears a strong resemblance to Apple’s Magic Mouse.
Samsung’s massive 5-inch Galaxy Note has been the butt of many jokes since it was first unveiled – too big to be a smartphone, yet too small to be a tablet. Scott Adams’ Dilbert strip is the latest to join in on the heckling.
T-Mobile announced their holiday quarter 2011 earnings today, revealing a loss of over 700,000 subscribers, which they say is largely due to not being able to offer the iPhone 4S.
Sources inside Harrods department store in London have disclosed that the Apple Store within their store is scheduled for a mid March opening, which could suggest that the iPad will go on sale at about that time
Hewlett-Packard and Dell are keeping a wary eye on the big jump in wages for workers who assemble Apple’s iPhone in China. They could be forced to bump up prices for their own products if labor costs continue to rise.
Ronald Wayne, Apple’s “forgotten” third co-founder, has now taken to Facebook, where he has published an essay about his decision to leave Apple and give up his 10% stake after just 12 days.
Apple is allowed to continue iPad sales in Shanghai after a local court sided with them in a trademark dispute with Proview over who owns the “iPad” name.
OnLive has now launched a new “Desktop Plus” premium service, which provides additional features, such as access to a Flash and PDF enabled web browser (with a fast 1-gigabit connection).
Apple could make its notebook computers and external keyboards even thinner and lighter than they are today, if their recently filed patent application is any indication of the direction they’d like to take.
In this Mac tip we take a look at how to hide background applications and their associated windows for new users to OS X.