Tag Archive: After


Teenage developer Ryan Orbuch already has an Apple Design Award under his belt thanks to Finish, his popular to-do app that’s billed as an anti-procrastination tool. Today Finish is going free in the App Store for good, but there’s a catch.… Read more ›     

The Apple TV made a staggering $ 1 billion in sales in 2013. Tim Cook shared the news during Apple’s annual meeting with shareholders today in Cupertino, California. “It’s a little more difficult to call it a hobby these days,†said… Read more ›     

Some iPhone and iPad users, myself included, have experienced an unusual level of battery drain after updating devices to

Well-known jailbreaker “winocm“ announced today that he will be taking a job at Apple later this year. When reached for comment, the 17-year-old hacker declined to elaborate on what his new role at Apple will entail. He also declined to provide… Read more ›     

When T-Mobile sent out an email to BlackBerry-using customers suggesting that they switch to an iPhone 5s, the response from the BB faithful was loud and angry. Even BlackBerry CEO John Chen said that he was “outraged” by T-Mobile’s behavior.… Read more ›     

Getting so many naked pictures from beautiful, nubile women that are in love with you that your iPhone crashes? That sounds like one of those good problems to me… and to Russian snowboarding athlete Alexey Sobolev, whose iPhone was bombarded… Read more ›     

Just a few months after its launch, LinkedIn has made the call to kill controversial feature LinkedIn Intro — which embedded LinkedIn profiles inside your iOS Mail app. Despite being a cleverly designed solution, LinkedIn Intro was cricitized almost immediately… Read more ›     

  No one but actual, honest-to-God bicycle messengers had the authority to wield a Timbuk2 messenger bag. If you were an iron-assed hard case living life on a bike, you’d probably earned the right; though you might still have found… Read more ›     

Google made a surprise announcement at the end of January that confirmed it was selling Motorola to Lenovo for $ 2.91 billion, but the search giant seemingly forgot to tell us that it made a big investment in the Chinese consumer… Read more ›     

Russia’s second-largest mobile carrier MegaFon will start selling iPhones again in its retail stores — for the first time since 2010. MegaFon’s new three-year contract with Apple comes after the Cupertino company relaxed its sales policy in Russia. In the… Read more ›