Layoffs at Nike's FuelBand unit took many by surprise when the news broke Friday, a move that has further fueled speculation that Apple may be working with the sports-apparel maker to develop an iWatch A CNET report described the first rumblings of trouble at Nike's wearable-tech unit on April 9. Show More Summary
Amateur Cryptozoologists scouring Loch Ness Apple's map software have found an interesting image of a giant creature in the fabled Loch.Here is the details from The Daily Mail:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2607667/Is-THIS-Loch-Ness-Monster-Apples-Maps-satellite-image-Nessie.html
The Loch Ness monster was not discovered this week on Apple Maps. In related news, Big Foot still doesn’t exist, that Chupacabra is just a really sick and mangy dog, and the closest thing you’ll see to a unicorn is a skinny Rhino. Despite the fact that the Loch Ness monster is an imaginary creature, conspiracy […]
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Exciting news for "Nessie" enthusiasts: the plesiosaur (be she myth or be she monster) apparently lives! "Credible" images of the elusive beast have been taken for the first time in a year and a half, but you might need to be a Mac fan to find her.
It's Friday! Slip on a pair of loafers and browse today's Apple news in a leisurely fashion. Because it's Friday. And you're a boss. In an interview with Times of India, former Apple CEO John Sculley admitted that ousting Steve Jobs was a mistake....
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Android KitKat has been streamlined to increase the appeal of Android in emerging markets. But, will Google's new Android strategy let Apple capture a larger share of the premium-priced smartphone market?
UK brand consultancy Wolff Olins just lost its CEO–and gained another in short order. Last Friday brought news that global CEO Karl Heiselman would leave the agency after 14 years for an as-yet-undisclosed role atop Apple’s marketing communications team. Show More Summary
Apple is now selling refurbished iPad mini with Retina display models for the first time in its online store. The 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacity Wi-Fi models are being sold in both silver and space gray. Prices for the refurbished models are $339, $419, and $509, respectively. No refurbished Wi-Fi + Cellular options are currently available. [via 9to5Mac] ...
Yahoo is attempting to make its search engine the default option on Apple’s iPhone and iPad Safari browsers, Re/Code reports. Though it is a major goal for Yahoo, it “has not happened as yet officially and no deal is imminent.” Currently, Google is the default search on iOS, though users can change that to Yahoo through setting adjustments. Show More Summary
Apple is partnering with Shazam on a song discovery feature that will appear in a future iOS update, Bloomberg reports. The new feature will not require a separate download, and it will also incorporate Siri so that an iPhone user has the option of doing a voice search for what song is playing. Show More Summary
Official BBC and Sky apps for iOS have ceased to function as they should. According to a report over on BBC News, the issue is down to a fault with Apple's platform. Apps affected include iPlayer, Sky Go and Now TV on both iPhones and iPads. Neither party has been able to explain exactly what's causing the issue and why only a limited selection of apps are affected.
Our latest poll, Which potential iWatch feature are you most interested in?, has now closed. With new rumours continuing to circulate about Apple’s coming iWatch, including reports that the device may have a more health or fitness based focus, we were curious to know what our readers would most like to see in the new device. Show More Summary
Apple, Google, Samsung, HTC, and a handful of the other companies operating in the smartphone industry have entered into a voluntary agreement to add a global anti-theft "kill-switch" in their handsets from July 2015. The news reached...Show More Summary
A Google Fiber job posting in New York City has a bunch of tech news sites excited about the prospect of Google bringing its fiber Internet service to the Big Apple. It would certainly be a nice consolation prize for a city bemoaning the comical failure of the New York Knicks. But Google says there... Read More
That Mac Pro is still taking its sweet time getting to customers, and the 8 GB iPhone 5c reaches new countries in this morning's news roundup. Apple is now offering the 8 GB iPhone 5c in fourteen countries. Now customers in the Netherlands, Italy,...
Hyundai announced it is bringing Apple CarPlay functionality to its 2015 Sonata, making the Sonata one of the first vehicles to feature CarPlay. The functionality “will be available on 2015 Sonatas equipped with navigation later in the...Show More Summary
Hyundai today announced via Twitter that the new 2015 Hyundai Sonata would be among the first vehicles to offer Apple CarPlay support when it is released early this summer. This news follows a flurry of announcements from car audio manufacturers offering CarPlay aftermarket solutions. Show More Summary
Apple and a number of other smartphone makers have agreed to a voluntary commitment to include anti-theft technology on phones starting next year, Re/Code reports. Other smartphone makers, including Google, HTC, Motorola, Microsoft, Nokia, and Samsung have all agreed to make such a commitment, and the five largest U.S. Show More Summary