Tag Archive: Data


Apple acquires big data company to help improve iCloud

Rightly or wrongly, iCloud is one of Apple’s most regularly criticized products (speaking personally, I’ve never had any major problems with it, but I use Google’s rival service far more.) It seems that Apple is more than aware of the… Read more ›

It looks like that cheap cassette adaptor I bought for my first iPhone and that universal remote for all my TV gadgets at RadioShack in the last ten years may come back to haunt me. If you’re like me and… Read more ›

Apple has announced plans to open up two new data centers in Europe: its biggest European project to date. Located in Ireland and Denmark, the twin data centers will power the company’s online services including the iTunes Store, App Store, iMessage, Maps… Read more ›

The bigger the screen, the more data you use. That’s the maxim that anyone looking to min-max their data plan every month should follow if they want to keep their bills low. According to a new report from Citrix, if… Read more ›

The fate of GT Advanced Technologies’ failed sapphire plant in Mesa, Arizona has been decided. After committing to repurposing the 1.3 million square-foot facility, Apple revealed today that it will invest $ 2 billion in making a global command center for… Read more ›

There are some pretty hot savings on some spectacular products that are ending very soon at Cult of Mac Deals. Don’t miss out on getting yourself the NetSpot Pro Wi-Fi Optimizer, Stellar Phoenix Mac Data Recovery, the 10-For-$ 10 Mac App… Read more ›

Although unlimited data was a promise that carriers like AT&T once used to lure potential customers to their network, it doesn’t really exist anymore. Even if you have an unlimited data contract, carriers will throttle your connection once you push… Read more ›

There’s nothing more frustrating than a beautiful iPhone that has zero GB of storage left.Especially when you see that a lot of room is actually taken up a mysterious “other” section that just seems to grow bigger over time. In today’s handy video,… Read more ›

These days, any photo you shoot with your iPhone or other smartphone will typically contain location data (unless you have that feature turned off) to better allow apps like iPhoto place your images on a map. Even photo sharing services… Read more ›

Internet security has recently been a topic of much discussion, and for good reason. There have been numerous cases in the last year where hackers have caused huge problems for individuals and major corporations all over the western world that robbed people… Read more ›