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An Australian indie developer flown out to Cupertino by Apple to work on an Apple Watch app, alongside giants such as Twitter and BMW, has come under fire for reportedly falsifying a story about suffering from terminal cancer. Created by… Read more ›

Cameras and sensors assist us with backing up, parallel parking and eliminating blind spots, but technology that makes sure drivers don’t nod off still hasn’t found traction. Australian company Seeing Machines wants to change that with its dashboard device that… Read more ›

Something you hear over and over are stories about Steve Jobs being, well, a jerk. A recently released anecdote, however, tells a different story: about Jobs caring so much about workaholic Tim Cook having a life outside Apple that he even… Read more ›

The more we hear, the more Apple’s reported web TV service sounds like a dream come true for cord-cutters! With previous reports suggesting that the subscription service will offer around 25 channels in total, a new Wall Street Journal report claims… Read more ›

The video game world rejoiced yesterday at the news that Nintendo is finally backing down on its anti-smartphone and tablet stance, and is working to bring its most beloved franchises to Android and iOS. But gamers aren’t the only ones… Read more ›

Fast Company is pumping out the Apple-related content as we get closer to the March 24 launch of the upcoming book Becoming Steve Jobs by veteran journalists Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli. Viewing the book as a way to set… Read more ›

What browsing Apple.com was like in 1997

  Young Apple fans may not remember the unveiling of the original iMac that put Apple back on the map, but now you can experience what it was like to learn all about the iMac on the World Wide Web… Read more ›

Turn your iPhone into a microscope for $10

Taking macros of your monitor or American Apparel hoodie with your iPhone is so last year. A Make Magazine tutorial shows you how to make a powerful microscope with up to 375x magnification using just your iPhone, a clear plastic… Read more ›

Although he ultimately ran the show at Apple until the middle of 2011, Steve Jobs began thinking about succession plans as early as 2004, when he was just 49 years old, according to a new Fast Company excerpt of the… Read more ›

You know that old saying about buses: you wait ages for one and then several turn up at the same time? Well, according to analyst Timothy Arcuri from Cowen & Co, the same is about to prove true of Apple Watches.… Read more ›