Apple announces “iPhone Tech Talk World Tour”

Early this morning Apple sent out an email to developers announcing an “iPhone Tech Talk World Tour”. The message reads: Apple technology evangelists will soon be traveling the globe to bring iPhone application development expertise to a city near you. Learn about the tools and technologies you’ll use to create great iPhone applications, then work Read more…

Apple cancels Colorado call center over economy and reduced need for support

Apple Insider reports that Apple has canceled plans to open a new customer support call center in Colorado Springs, due to the troubled economy and a reduction in the number of calls regarding the iPhone since the release of the 2.1 firmware. This call center was always meant to be a temporary service, but the Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 361 – Apple issued patents, iPhone wins awards, and more!

podcast sponsor link:Click Here to check out Blogflux Groups! Today’s Show: Apple issued patents, iPhone wins awards, and more! You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can listen to the episode right here: right here In addition to that, you can also download the Apple Gazette Daily Widget and listen to Read more…

Weird Al’s new parody single “drops” in iTunes

Weird Al's new parody single "drops" in iTunes
Many recording artists are trying new things with digital distribution these days – and one of my personal favorites – “Weird Al” – is using iTunes to strike while the iron is hot with the new single off his next album. The song is a parody of the T.I. #1 hit “Whatever you like” – Read more…

Mozy launches business level online backup

Mozy launches business level online backup
Many of you may remember Mozy’s Home remote back up client for Mac. We’ve talked about it before. Yesterday Mozy launched a Beta version of their Mozy Pro back up solutions for Mac as well. The service allows back ups of all your business computers while managing both backup and restore processes from a web-based Read more…

Woz talks to the Telegraph about iPods, iPhones, and the Economy

Woz talks to the Telegraph about iPods, iPhones, and the Economy
Steve Wozniak was recently interviewed by The Telegraph, and the big news many sites seem to have pulled out of it is that “Woz says the iPod is Dead!” or “Woz called the iPod a fad!” Of course, if you actually read what he said, you’ll quickly see that neither of those things is true. Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 360 – Android, iPhone, Politics and more!

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VIDEO: Microsoft’s PDC 08 video…just…what the hell?

The Seinfeld/Gates thing was weird. The “I’m a PC” thing was better, but one could argue that it was a concession that Apple was certainly making a mark if MS had to directly respond. The Mojaive thing was just kind of pointless, because in a controlled environment any OS is going to look awesome. This…THING…in Read more…

T-Mobile claims Android pre-orders are stronger than expected

T-Mobile claims Android pre-orders are stronger than expected
T-Mobile is shouting to the heavens that pre-orders of the T-Mobile G1, the first phone to feature Google’s Android OS, are stronger than they expected, and they can no longer guarantee that you’ll get one on Oct. 22nd if you pre-order it…but they do say that you’ll be able to walk into a store on Read more…

Users report problems with Apple TV 2.2 update

Last week Apple released an update for the AppleTV that allowed HD downloads of TV shows, adding Genius playlist support, and a few other things. Many users have reported issues with the AppleTV being rendered non functional after the update according to Mac Fix It. The main problem was that the unit would go into Read more…