It’ll cost you $ 85 to get a copy of this portrait of Steve Jobs
What’s a better way to strike fear and admiration into your house guests than a portait of Steve Jobs dressed as a Russian Army General? Nothing, that’s what. Except maybe a flamethrower, or pet crocodile. But you don’t have either of those do you?
Replaceface is now selling prints, canvases, cards, cases, skins and even [Read More...]
A mass graves for (fake) iPhones.
If you’re an iPhone lover, this video of an excavator destroying one hundred and twenty-seven iPhones underneath its treads is sure to stand your hair on end. It’s like watching a bulldozer dig a mass grave.
Don’t worry, though: these aren’t real iPhones, convincing as they might seem. They’re merely convincing replicants.
The real story behind this video is that earlier this year, authorities in [Read More...]
Apple got sued by the Swiss Federal Railway Service in October over use of theirÂ clock-face,Â and now another European railway has decided they want some money from Apple too.
Russian Railways has filed a trademark lawsuit against Apple for about $ 65,000 (2 million roubles). The reason behind the lawsuit isn’t really clear at this point, but it’s been speculated that Russian Railways is mad about people using their logo in the [Read More...]
In Russia, you don’t buy music… you pirate it, along with pretty much everything else digital. That could soon change, though, as Apple is apparently now inviting a small group of Russians to an iTunes event scheduled to take place in Moscow tomorrow, December 4.
Mailed out by Apple’s local PR person, Irina Efremova, the Russian iTunes event will reportedly take place in GUM, one of Moscow’s more upscale shopping centers located [Read More...]
Apparently, some conservative Orthodox Christians in Russia are offended by Apple’s logo, which they believe can be seen as a symbol of the apple or original sin from the Bible story of Adam and Eve. Some have even begun covering up the logo, replacing it with the image of a cross, reports CNET.
While less conservative thinkers might see Apple more as a way to engage in the sin of spending too much [Read More...]
A Russian hacker has successfully figured out a method to obtain in-app purchases from iOS apps for free. The “in-app proxy” method is simple, doesn’t require a jailbreak, and allows users to install in-app content for free. The hack works on all iOS devices 3.0-6.0. We do not condone the stealing of content in any form, and this story, like the 9to5Mac piece, is being written to alert the developer community. The hack is already gaining [Read More...]