The Xbox One may make Apple's smart TV obsolete before it's even released.
A lot has been said about Microsoft's Xbox One since it was introduced on Tuesday. However, here's something that you probably haven't heard: Xbox One is a preemptive strike on Apple. Think about it. Apple is working on a smart television. Show More Summary
Today was the big day, the day that an Apple 1 computer was going up on the auction block. There are only six of these devices that are said to still be working and having one in your collection is said to be the holy grail of tech collectors. (...)Read the rest of Apple 1 [...]
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We first heard about the uChek urine-testing iPhone app back in February. At the time the question was whether it would make it through Apple's rigorous and arbitrary app approval process, but it turns out nobody thought to ask the Food and Drug Administration to approve the app. The FDA sent the company behind uCheck a letter to say they feel left out.
Apple's first computer, Apple-1, was sold at an auction in Germany on Saturday for around $670,000, a record price for this kind of machine, news reports said on Saturday.
$671,400. It seems like rather a lot of money for any personal computer — and especially for one which is too out-of-date to run the latest software. Except that the computer in question is an Apple-1, the bare-bones machine which Steve...Show More Summary
(Credit: Breker) One of what's believed to be only six still-working Apple 1 computers set a record at auction Saturday, selling for $671,400 in Germany. The machine, built by Steve "The Woz" Wozniak in Steve Jobs' parents garage back...Show More Summary
BERLIN (AP) — An auctioneer says one of Apple's first computers — a functioning 1976 model — has been sold for a record 516,000 euros ($668,000). German auction house Breker said Saturday an Asian client, who asked not to be named, bought the so-called Apple 1, which the tech company's founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak built in a family garage. Show More Summary
National Review senior editor Ramesh Ponnuru appeared on Bloomberg TV’s Political Capital on Friday evening to discuss two of the week’s big stories in financial news: the Senate hearings on Apple’s tax payments and the survival of Jamie...Show More Summary
The popularity of Apple's MacBook Pro and Air laptops is one of the reasons that Mac sales have increased while PC sales are waning. But if there's one thing that the laptop experience is lacking, it's a plethora of USB 3.0 and video ports. Show More Summary
The Apple 1 is a little piece of history, the first in a lineage that's taken the world by storm since its birth in 1976. And that piece of history is worth a lot. An anonymous collector just picked up a still functioning(!) one of the suckers at auction for a cool $671,400. And you thought gaming PCs were expensive. Read more...
The New York Times reports that a working Apple 1 computer has sold at auction in Germany for a record $671,400, breaking the previous mark of $640,000 set last November at the same auction house. That November record has eclipsed an...Show More Summary
Apple’s iBooks provides one of the best, most accessible ereading experience on the iPad, in my opinion, and it’s pretty darn simple to use. That said, there’s always room to learn just a few more tricks to make the experience even better for you. Here, then, are five tips to master iBooks on your iOS [...]Show More Summary
That’s right, it’s business time! And by that the Macalope sadly means trying to figure out why business folks never get Apple. Sorry for any confusion. Hope you weren’t thinking of something else. Any-hoo, we’ll first look at a consultant with a surprising motivation in talking about Apple (note: not that surprising). Show More Summary
How much has Apple's iPhone camera improved over time? The makers of Camera+, a filtered-photos camera app for smartphones, did some cool tests to find out. Our first test is a a well-lit macro setting, to test the detail and quality of the cameras This is a macro test using the very iPhone. Show More Summary
On Friday, Apple aired a new TV ad for the iPhone, dubbed "Music Every Day." The new commercial is part of the new ad campaign by Apple that shows a specific feature from the iPhone and how it is used in the real world. In Music Every Day, Apple shows all of the places that its customers use the iPhone to listen to music in their everyday lives.
The iPhone 6, iPhone 5S, and iPhone Mini rumors say the iOS 7 interface will be “black, white, and flat all over.” The Apple iPhone Mini, which is the long rumored cheaper version of the iPhone, will feature colors including navy, gold-orange, white, and gray, or possibly white, pink, green, blue, and yellow-orange. The signature black will be [...]Show More Summary