Steve Jobs: MobileMe To Get Better Next Year

MobileMe has been the subject of criticism for its previous stability issues, lack of new features and annual fee. Justifying the cost for MobileMe became harder when Apple’s Find My iPhone service – one of the main selling points of the online service – went free. However, Steve Jobs is looking to improve MobileMe. A […]

Apparently, Everyone Either Wants or Has an iPad

The iPad was released internationally recently, and with that, came yet another record for the iPad. In just under 60 days, the iPad has sold over 2 million units. From the fancy Apple press release: CUPERTINO, California—May 31, 2010—Apple® today announced that iPadâ„¢ sales have topped two million in less than 60 days since its […]

Apple Now Worth More Than Microsoft

I’m not a stock guy, and I have an accountant to handle many of my business items. As such, some of the subtle nuances of the business world are lost on me. Fortunately, I can read. Like this article from yesterday’s Business Insider: Apple’s stock market capitalization (AAPL) has not yet quite surpassed Microsoft’s (MSFT), […]

Steve Jobs to Do WWDC Keynote

That’s kind of a spooky photo, isn’t it? Anyways, as most of you have probably heard, June 7th is the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), and Apple has officially announced that Steve Jobs will be giving the keynote address. 2 years ago this wouldn’t have been anything shocking, but since Steve had his transplant, any speaking […]

Apple Buys Siri

Apple has a lot of money. So much so that they can do anything they want right now, including buying 2,668,445,630 copies of Avatar from the iTunes store, or maybe bailing out Greece. But recently, they decided to spend a little bit of cash on Siri, an app that we reviewed in February. For the […]