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Richard Howarth and Alan Dye get all the credit for Apple’s iconic brand

Adweek has released its Creative 100 list, honoring the people it views as the “current masters of the creative idea” across advertising, branded content, technology, products, and pop culture. While it’s no surprise that Apple would make such a list,… Read more ›

Everything we know about Richard Howarth, Apple’s new ‘badass’ head of industrial design

This is Richard Howarth, Apple’s newly appointed vice president of industrial design, and the man who has to fill Jony Ive’s (calf-leather) shoes. Ive has been promoted to chief design officer to do more “blue sky thinking,” leaving Howarth to… Read more ›

Richard Branson claims to have invented iPod and iTunes as April Fool’s joke

There are always going to be debates about who came up with an idea as transformative to Apple’s business as the iTunes and the iPod, but here’s one you may not have heard before: Richard Branson. In a new interview… Read more ›

Apple SVP Eddy Cue Fires Richard Williamson For Botching Apple Maps

The world has hated Apple Maps with a fiery passion, and Apple is ready to clean house and get rid of key people who were incharge of the disaster.

According to a tweet by Bloomberg news, Richard Williamson, the executive behind Apple’s new Maps app, just got fired by Eddy Cue. After Scott Forstall was recently fired, Cue was given the reigns on the Maps app and it appears that he’s wasting  [Read More…]

Richard Solo Speakers For Bike Helmets

There’s so much wordplay to be had in this post that if I start now, I might just forget to write about the product itself. So if you want dick jokes and Star Wars references, you’ll find them at the end of this post. In the meantime, let’s take a look at Richard Solo’s horribly-named FreeWheelin Audio System For Helmets.

The FASH, as I shall call it to further belittle the stupid name, is a pair  [Read More…]

Listen To Richard Dreyfuss Read The Apple EULA You’ve Never Read

Those nasty little End User License Agreements we so willingly accept every time a piece of software is updated, or every time we sign up for a new new social media service are paint to read. CNET decided to capitalize on this fact, and some negative publicity Apple got earlier this year involving their EULA, by having Richard Dreyfuss do a dramatic reading of Apple’s EULA. The results are pretty funny. Follow the link here to listen  [Read More…]