Tag Archive: Remains


Battle over the Empire’s ragged remains in Star Wars: Uprising

An upcoming mobile game will throw players into the struggle immediately following the death of the Emperor in Return of the Jedi. Star Wars: Uprising, which is due out later this year for iOS and Android, is a real-time strategy…Read more ›

It’s so September 2014: Teen interest in Apple Watch remains ‘tepid’

The iPad may be more popular than ever among young people, but according to one analyst that same level of excitement doesn’t carry over to the forthcoming Apple Watch. In a research note to clients, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster describes reaction…Read more ›

Steve Jobs’s office remains untouched at Apple HQ

In an excerpt from an interview with Charlie Rose, Tim Cook revealed that Steve Jobs’s office “is still left as it was” on the fourth floor of Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino. “His name is still on the door,” said Cook. That says a…Read more ›

Nikon P7800 Regains A Viewfinder, Remains Pedestrian

Viewfinders are the new fast lenses, or something. At least according to Nikon, which has put a proper viewfinder back in its P-series cameras with the new P7800. And when I say proper, I mean “proper” – the viewfinder isn’t a nice bright optical one but an electronic model. Since I got a Fujifilm X100S […]

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PC Shipments Continue To Decline During Post-PC Revolution, Apple Remains Third Largest Vendor In The U.S. [Report]

PCs are quickly going out of style.

When Steve Jobs said that the iPad was ushering in the “post-PC’ era, he was right. Gartner has released its PC shipment results for the third quarter of 2012, and things aren’t looking good for traditional computer makers like HP and Acer. The rise of smartphones and tablets has caused PC shipments to decline drastically in the last year, and it doesn’t look like  [Read More…]

Apple Remains Top Stock Pick for 2012, Says Leading Analyst

On Tuesday, the first official full day of trading on Wall Street for 2012, shares of AAPL surged more than $6 to hover above $411 per share, rapidly approaching the stock’s all-time high following a few rough months for NASDAQ and the tech sector as a whole. Not surprisingly, this week many Wall Street analysts are making their top picks for stocks to watch in 2012. And despite some initial concerns in late 2011 –  [Read More…]

VMWare Fusion 4 Adds Lion Support & Virtualization, But Remains Hard To Use

VMware released version 4 of Fusion for the Mac earlier this week. Fusion 4 virtualization software will let Mac users run Windows, Linux and now Mac OS X Lion along with the native Mac OS X operating system. VMWare claims that the new version if optimized for Mac OS X Lion and that it offers over 90 new features. The biggest new feature is the apps ability to virtualize Mac  [Read More…]

The iPhone 4 Remains Top Selling Smartphone Despite the iPhone 5 Hype

Source: Canaccord Genuity/AppleInsider

You would think all of the hype surrounding the much-anticipated iPhone 5 would leave consumers waiting for Apples new handset. Well, youd be wrong. The iPhone 4 remains the top-selling U.S. smartphone at AT&T and Verizon, one analyst says. The iPhone 4, introduced more than a year ago, and the earlier iPhone 3GS rank as the No. 1 and No. 2 sellers at AT&T, according to Canaccord Genuity  [Read More…]

Two Years After Release, iPhone 3GS Remains 2nd ‘Most Popular’ Smartphone in the US

Americans have an ongoing love affair that just won’t quit with their iPhone 3GS. Two years after its release, the iPhone 3GS remains the second most popular smartphone in the United States according to data derived from a new report published Monday by NPD Group. Google, however, was right along for the journey, joining Apple as a leading maker of a hugely popular mobile operating system (Android). Apple and Google were the big winners during  [Read More…]

“Little” Remains Between Apple and Music Publishers (Cloud Streaming Deal)

As the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is approaching and with only two weeks left, Apple is continuing to push on as negotiations for the launch of cloud streaming are underway. With hopes of showcasing this service at the conference, Apple has to make a few major steps to reach their goal. The remaining hurdle is that Apple needs music publishers, labels, and others to sign on with them giving the rights required to start this  [Read More…]