By now, you may have heard about the major changes coming to Facebook, as announced at today’s F8 conference. Namely, the overhauled Timelines and new apps that use the next generation of “Open Graph” technology to make them deeper and more relevant to your life.
Apple didn’t miss any opportunity to take a pot shot at the iPad’s competitors pointing out their low sales, small number of third party Apps and their reluctance to leave “The PC era.” Steve Jobs’ speech revealed part of what makes the iPad great: the competition. Low Sales, Low App Numbers, Low Everything Before the […]
Everyone has been eagerly awaiting the newest update to the MacBook line who have been teased by rumors and speculation. Unfortunately, Intel recently announced a massive recall of all Sandybridge CPUs due to a chipset flaw which causes it to break down overtime. While I could quip Intel shouldn’t have initiated a recall in the […]
Over at TUAW TJ Luoma posted commented on developer Brittany Tarvin’s great entry about free software and why free is a misnomer in her opinion.
Many people start the new year off with a few resolutions (my personal resolution being 720p – I see an AppleTV coming soon) but I’m more interested in looking at the potential in tech companies, mainly Apple. What’s in store for us as consumers in 2011? My personal hope is the death of the optical […]
Apple has made the tablet and the smartphone intimate. It’s personal, touchable and everywhere you are — a revolution years in the making — here’s how it happened. Touch computing was at the forefront of futuristic concepts for computers and has appeared in many kinds of gadgets over the last decade. It wasn’t until the […]
Richard Branson and Rupert Murdoch are both moving in to the iPad subscription business — uncharted territory even for a media tycoon and an ambitious entrepreneur. Their foray in to iPad content distribution will come as Apps, digital magazines that will hopefully give new life to an aging Â method of printing information. Murdoch and Branson […]
Nvidia officially announced the Mac edition of its powerful Fermi Quadro 4000 today which will allow Mac Pro users to upgrade their existing video card to something that packs a serious punch. The Quadro shares the same specs as its PC counterpart. 256 CUDA cores power the 4000 which is complimented by a 256-bit memory […]
Last week CNBC had a panel discussing stocks and how they were performing in the recession. The video clip above is from their discussion on Apple, which seems to be invincible right now as it has grown 40% so far this year. While they may have a hard time understanding what makes it “untouchable” I […]
IDG World Expo has announced that Macworld 2010 will be moving from it’s original January 4th – 8th slot next year, to February 9 – 13. The question of if Macworld can survive without Apple is still up in the air, but IDG is making some changes to Macworld 2010 in an effort to drum […]