Tag Archive: Push


Apple To Dow Would Instantly Push Market to All Time Highs

For close to a year, the word from Wall Street to Silicon Valley is that Apple will eventually depart NASDAQ to join the Dow Jones Industrial Average. And based on the latest industry projections, such a move would represent a massive gain for the Dow. This week investors rejoiced as the Dow Jones Industrial Average poked above 13,000 for the first time in almost four years. Of course, if you think that’s impressive, just image  [Read More…]

How To Enable Push Notifications For Tweetbot [iOS Tip]

Tweetbot is undoubtedly the hottest Twitter client available for iOS right now, and thanks to its arrival on the iPad last week, there are thousands of new users discovering the app for the first time. If you’re one of them, the first thing you’ll want to know is how to enable push notifications. Push notifications aren’t setup when you first install the app, so you’ll need to do it manually.  [Read More…]

iCloud Solar Farm And Spaceship HQ Could Push Apple Costs To $8B

Photo: Chandra Marsono

Apple’s massive new solar farm and their next-gen spaceship campus will boost the tech giant’s 2012 expense to $ 8 billion — a 73% hike over this year, one analyst told investors Monday.   Apple’s capital expenditures are expected to jump by $ 3.4 billion in 2012, according to the company’s annual 10-K report with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Part of the reason why is the  [Read More…]

Empty Newstand Shelves Push Record iPad App Subscriptions [Report]

Want another example of how Apple’s masterful use of design fuels sales? Like the empty iPod that just screams out for you to buy music, the empty shelves of recently-unveiled iOS 5 Newstand begs to be filled with magazine and newspaper subscriptions. When Newsstand first appears on your iPhone or iPad, the app displays empty shelves. The empty shelf is a powerful enticement – just look at your own home.  [Read More…]

Apple Continues to Push Towards iCloud Public Launch with Latest OS X Beta

Apple has seeded OS X 10.7.2 Build 11C62 to developers with areas of focused testing for iCloud. As we near Apple’s next media event, developers are putting the finishing touches on iCloud integration. Apple has promised that iCloud will go live alongside iOS 5 to the public sometime “this Fall,” with the event estimated to take place on October 4th. This latest beta version of OS X comes 6 days after the previous  [Read More…]

China Telecom Spending Hundreds of Millions on iPhone 5 Push

China Telecom is pulling out all the stops ahead of the Chinese mobile operator’s forthcoming introduction of the iPhone 5. As MMi has reported throughout the summer, China Telecom is said to possess a childlike excitement for the iPhone’s arrival on their network, a development that will add better than 100 million more possible iPhone customers within the world’s largest mobile market. And while Apple’s bottom line stands to benefit greatly from this reality, so  [Read More…]

It’s Not The Size That Counts: Overcompensating Smartphone Rivals Push Bigger Screens To Woo iPhone Customers

Bigger isn’t better, smartphone makers are learning at a Berlin trade show of new devices going up against Apple’s iPhone. After striking out with pricing and features, competitors are now turning to larger screens as a way to set themselves apart. One minor problem: consumers hate them.   Apple may be watching the reaction to the larger screens as well, given reports the upcoming iPhone 5 will sport a 4-inch screen,  [Read More…]

How Far Can You Push Apple Store Geniuses Before You Get Kicked Out? Pretty Far. [Humor]

The Geniuses at your local Apple Store are trained to be some of the most confident and unflappable retail employees in the biz, but how far can you push it? Can you order a pizza in an Apple Store? Can you take your wife on a date to one? Can you get your iPhone repaired dressed as Darth Vader? Can you bring your pet goat into the store?   Comedian Mark Malkoff set to find out, and the answers are  [Read More…]

Airlines Push for iPad As In-Cockpit Paperless Flight Aids

You know iPad has been to places you probably never thought of. It has been used by medical students, soldiers in military, by directors in Hollywood, in restaurants as menu cards, as inflight entertainment system, installed in cars as navigation system and now finally iPads are in cockpits too.

Apple’s iPad has recently been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration to be used  [Read More…]

Facebook May Take a Bite Out of Apple with New Streaming Content Push

Click the image to open in full size.  Facebook is joining the ranks of major streaming content providers by beginning to offer online movie rentals. Warner Bros. has already been announced as Facebook?s first official partner in the effort, making The Dark Knight available through the movie?s official Facebook page. ?Every digital heavyweight is making a play for your living room,” writes Peter Kafka of All Things Digital. He adds that Facebook clearly has designs  [Read More…]