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When Apple first showed their MacBook Pro with Retina Display to the world, one of the apps they demoed was Adobe Photoshop – and now the moment Retina MacBook Pro owners have been waiting for has finally arrived! Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator CS6 have now been updated with Retina Display support!
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has released a report closely looking at apps aimed at children on the Apple App Store and the Google Play marketplace.
The original Angry Birds celebrates it’s third anniversary today, after spawning after spawning no less than 4 spin-offs and sequels, as well as a completely unrelated Rovio game, Amazing Alex. Rovio is celebrating by releasing 30 new levels, adding the Pink Bird, and more!
A report by Strategy Analytics shows Apple as having a 27 percent share of the global LTE smartphone market.
Guy Kawasaki became known as one of the marketing team for the Macintosh back in 1984, but a year ago, he switched to Android. And he’s never looked back. It’s a remarkable transformation, and he even went as far as stating that ‘real men use Android’ and that nowadays it is Android not Apple that symbolizes ‘think different’.
Microsoft and Apple are in a dust up over Microsoft’s SkyDrive cloud-storage app for iOS. The companies are reported to be duking it out over a 30 percent taste of the action from purchases of SkyDrive storage.
Apple’s Find my iPhone feature has been popular from day one, and has been used to solve numerous crimes. Today, Apple has updated their Find my iPhone feature with a new feature which takes matters even further by providing driving directions to the location of a lost or stolen device!
Back in June 2011, Foxconn CEO Terry Gou announced that his company was planning to deploy one million robots across factory assembly lines. The plan was part of a company-wide effort to adopt more automation in the manufacturing process.
Brother looks to shake things up a bit with one of their latest printers: The Business Smart MFC-J4510DW, which offers advanced features at a value price, and brings some interesting innovation to a category that rarely sees such defining moves.
Google CEO Larry Page sat down for an in-depth interview with Fortune recently, and discussed his company’s mobile strategy, its current performance, and future goals. He also had something to say about the current state of relations with Apple.
Mac minis as servers are nothing new. In fact, since the Xserve’s discontinuation, they’ve probably been the best selling Apple server machine, ahead of the Mac Pro. However a man called Steve has designed and built probably the most kickass Mac mini server rack out there.
It’s been a long time coming, but the folks at Rovio have just announced official plans for an Angry Birds movie with John Cohen as the producer (also produced Despicable Me). Iron Man executive producer David Marvell will also be joining as the executive producer for the upcoming film.
In a quarterly report, research firm IDC finds that Samsung has sold the bulk of “connected devices” in the third quarter of 2012, but Apple’s products have netted the most cash.
A new survey finds that consumers are quite interested in the possibility of an Apple-branded television, and are willing to pay a 20% premium over the price of existing TVs.
Time Magazine has once again published their top 10 gadgets of the year – and this year, the iPhone 5 took the top spot. Surprise, surprise! Then again, it’s no secret that the iPhone 5 has been immensely popular, and one of the most desired gadgets of 2012…