Apple stocks continues to fluctuate on Wall Street

Yesterday Apple’s stock hit a 52 week low of $87.54 per share around 10:45 EST. By the end of the day yesterday the stock had recovered slightly ending at $98.14. As I type this this morning the stock is down again…sitting at $94.07. The U.S. stock market is still tumbling after the events of the Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 359 – Apple/AT&T lawsuit still on, RIM to make App Center and more!

podcast sponsor link:Click Here to check out Blogflux Groups! Today’s Show: Apple/AT&T lawsuit still on, RIM to make App Center 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 Read more…

Blackberry gets into the App Store game too…

Blackberry gets into the App Store game too...
The new Blackberry Storm is not only the debut of RIM’s first touch screen Blackberry, it’s also the debut of their new “App Center”. This service is going to be similar to Apple’s App Store, but the choices of the store will be dictated by the carriers rather than RIM itself. They will host the Read more…

Just so we’re clear, Steve Jobs DID NOT have a heart attack

Just so we're clear, Steve Jobs DID NOT have a heart attack
Over the weekend I had an inbox full of reports that Steve Jobs had a massive heart attack, and was rushed to the hospital. There was report on CNN’s iReport.com – which turned out to be COMPLETELY untrue, that stated this. Apple’s stock took a serious hit when the “news” broke, and closed at its Read more…

Sources say that “The Brick” is a manufacturing process…

Sources say that "The Brick" is a manufacturing process...
In an interesting turn of events it may be that Apple’s “Brick” rumor may not be a product at all – but a new manufacturing process that would involve 3D lasers and water jet cutting. According to 9to5Mac this new process would have several advantages: Carving out of aluminum eliminates the need to bend the Read more…

Apple releases iTunes 8.0.1

Yesterday Apple released a new version of iTunes that has the longest description of changes I’ve ever seen from the company. You can read the full copy here: iTunes 8 includes Genius, which makes playlists from songs in your library that go great together. Genius also includes Genius sidebar, which recommends music from the iTunes Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 358 – Android rant

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Nokia reveals their iPhone rival – and it is priced to compete

Nokia reveals their iPhone rival - and it is priced to compete
Nokia today announced their first touch-screen phone – and frankly – they threw the gloves off and came out swinging for Apple’s iPhone. The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic is a nice looking phone that has a resistive touch screen and a 640 x 360 display. Engadget have already had their hands on it and their review Read more…

Netflix “Watch Instantly” coming to Mac by year end

Netflix "Watch Instantly" coming to Mac by year end
One of the best features of a Netflix subscription is the “Watch Instantly” service where you can watch any of their online titles for free online with the click of a few buttons. It’s a great feature that they’re expanding to the Xbox 360, select DVD players and digital boxes, and now – thankfully – Read more…

Mac Sales up, even if the Economy is down

Register Hardware reports that even though the economy may be in a slump, Mac sales aren’t. According to their reports Apple’s market share now 35% (for revenue earned). For a look at the actual percentage of people that own Macs vs. PCs Computerworld reports that the Mac marketshare is 8.2%. They reach these numbers by Read more…