Is Apple Collecting and Selling Consumer ID Information?

Apple is no stranger to lawsuits – from both sides of the coin – but this time, the company is facing a class action lawsuit from three guys in Boston, Massachusetts. The plaintiffs are Adam Christensen, Jeffrey Scolnick, and William Farrell. Source The complaint? That Apple has violated (and continues to violate) Mass. Gen Laws chapter. 93 […]

Apple to Use More Sapphire Glass?

If the postcard that GT Advanced, Apple’s sapphire glass manufacturing partner based in Arizona, is anything to go by, Apple just might be looking at using more sapphire glass in its products. Source It’s no secret that Apple has relied on Corning for its durable Gorilla Glass from the beginning, but when sapphire glass came […]

How Apple Technology and the Evolving Server Business Make Flexibility at the Office Possible

In today’s business world it’s more common to hear the terms “remote worker” and “flexibility” than ever before. In the past, corporations and business owners needed their employees front and center, present in the office to ensure that work was being handled and productivity didn’t dip. Today, however, flexibility and the freedom to work remotely […]

Controllers For All Allows You to Play iOS Games Using Your DualShock 3 Controller!

Steve Jobs may not have thought of the iPhone or iPad as the ultimate mobile gaming device, but you wouldn’t be far off the target if you thought that! Think about it – how often do you play games on your iPhone or iPad? From two-year-old kids to 60-year-old grandparents, these mobile devices have opened […]

Is Freemium the Future of Making Money With Apps?

The iOS App Store started its life all the way back in 2008 with iOS 2.0.1. At launch there were 500 apps available and by 2009 there were a total of 500 million apps downloaded. This seems like a pretty huge number until you see that this last December 2013, Apple posted $1 billion (yep, […]