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Archived Since:February 17, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Gigaom: A new digital reservation system could save you time in the iPhone 6 line

For some, standing in line to buy a new iPhone is both ritual and experience. It's also a big chunk of time from your day. With a reportedly new digital reservation…

Sprint rolls out a special plan for the iPhone 6: $50 a month for unlimited use

Sprint got a jump on its competitors by announcing a special promotional data plan and trade-in program just hours after the iPhone 6's unveiling. Sprint rolls out a special plan for the iPhone 6: $50 a month for unlimited use originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…

The iPod Classic has been removed from the Apple Store online

Apple’s online store went down this morning, which is normal before big Apple events, and when it came back up, not only had Apple added the newest iPhones and Apple Watch, but it had eliminated an old friend. When you navigate to the...Show More Summary

Some developers are reportedly already working on iWatch apps

Apple has seeded a pre-release SDK for its wearable computer to a few developers ahead of its official announcement, presumably so that high-profile partners can demo third-party apps at the launch event. Some developers are reportedly already working on iWatch apps originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…

Purported working iPhone 6 suggests Passbook will be Apple’s mobile wallet app

While the name iWallet makes sense, there may be no such app if a reportedly working iPhone 6 is any measure: The alleged device shows a Passbook app with new icon that suggests it will handle mobile payments. Purported working iPhone 6 suggests Passbook will be Apple’s mobile wallet app originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…

Technology conundrum: How to help seniors age in place without creeping them out

Anyone with an aging parent or grandparent who lives far away knows monitoring their well-being is a prime concern. New technologies make that easier, but there's a fine line between maintaining peace of mind and stalking. Technology conundrum: How to help seniors age in place without creeping them out originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…

Apple on the hook for Breaking Bad “Season Pass” lawsuit

Breaking Bad is finished -- but a legal dispute over the way Apple sold the final season on iTunes is not. Apple on the hook for Breaking Bad “Season Pass” lawsuit originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…

Apple hires prominent tech blogger Anand Lal Shimpi

Apple has hired Anand Lal Shimpi, the founder of hardcore nuts-and-bolts tech website AnandTech. Shimpi announced his retirement from tech publishing on the weekend, 18 years after he began blogging at age 14 – Ryan Smith is the newShow More Summary

A fun exercise in speculation: Would I buy Apple’s rumored products?

Apple's upcoming September 9th event is likely to introduce as many as three new types of Apple products. Based on the rumors and reports, which ones would I buy? A fun exercise in speculation: Would I buy Apple’s rumored products? originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…

Will Apple unveil the iWatch at the same time as the iPhone 6?

Apple is planning to launch its long-rumored wearable wrist device alongside the iPhone 6 on September 9, suggests a new report from Re/Code. Will Apple unveil the iWatch at the same time as the iPhone 6? originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…

Why it makes sense that the iPhone 6 could be thinner than its camera sensor

Fitting in with early pics of reported dummy cases for the iPhone 6, a schematic drawing suggests the iPhone 6 camera ring could slightly protrude outward: It's not easy to make a thin camera sensor with improved quality and lenses. Why it makes sense that the iPhone 6 could be thinner than its camera sensor originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….

Another possible iPhone 6 resolution discovered in iOS 8 files

An effective resolution of 414 x 736 was discovered in a file describing the home screen in the latest iOS 8 SDK beta. This implies that the iPhone 6 could be packing a screen with a 828 x 1472 or even a 1242 x 2208 resolution. Another possible iPhone 6 resolution discovered in iOS 8 files originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….

Apple Stores reportedly ready for iPhone carrier financing this month

With carriers changing up their handset upgrade and hardware subsidy strategies, Apple looks ready to keep you coming to its own stores to buy that new iPhone. Why? More foot traffic, exposure to other Apple products and a seamless buying...Show More Summary

Big revenue jump at longtime Apple supplier points to an order for aluminum iPhone casings

Catcher Technology posted sales in July that were nearly 37 percent higher than last year, which indicates that it may be filling a big order for aluminum iPhone cases. Big revenue jump at longtime Apple supplier points to an order for aluminum iPhone casings originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….

In-store, $149 screen replacements for iPhone 5s reportedly begin

In some Apple Stores you can now have that cracked iPhone 5s display replaced in under an hour; expect to pay $149 if you don't have AppleCare. In-store, $149 screen replacements for iPhone 5s reportedly begin originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….

How to increase security and privacy on your Android or iOS device

If you're concerned about your privacy and security while using a mobile device, here are a few tips. How to increase security and privacy on your Android or iOS device originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….

Yes, your pre-schooler can program too

ScratchJr is a programming language customized to help very young kids build interactive games and storage. Now a new iPad app brings it to that audience. Yes, your pre-schooler can program too originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….

Apple’s Retina MacBook Pros get updates with doubled RAM and slightly faster processors

Apple has doubled the RAM in its Retina MacBook Pros across the entire line, while also adding slightly improved processors and price cuts for select models. Apple’s Retina MacBook Pros get updates with doubled RAM and slightly faster processors originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….

Bose sues Beats over patents for noise-canceling headphones

Bose just fired a major shot across the bow of Apple-owned headphone-maker Beats, accusing it of infringing on five patents related to noise-reduction. Bose sues Beats over patents for noise-canceling headphones originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….

It’s not just the iPhone 6 screens that will be bigger: Reported initial production will be too

Apple is asking suppliers for a record first production of its new iPhone says the WSJ. While last year's initial production run of iPhone 5s and 5c phones was in the 50 to 60 million range, Apple wants nearly 80 million bigger iPhones. It’s...Show More Summary

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