There isn’t a much sadder sight in the modern urban landscape than a pair of friends walking together, both isolated by their own music playing on their own headphones. Why even bother meeting your friend i all you’re going to do is ignore each other?
Now, it gets a little better – and quite a lot cuter – when those friends share one pair of earbuds, maybe to listen to the same piece [Read More...]
If you’ve got a jailbroken iPhone, it can be a little bit confusing to manage the settings of your various tweaks. Sometimes they are in an app, sometimes they are in ‘Settings’ and even when they are where you expect them to be, they can often be buried.
PreferenceOrganizer is a new Cydia tweak that keeps your default iOS settings and jailbreak settings separate, like you’d expect them to be. Unfortunately, though, [Read More...]
Hugs all around, guys!
The band, OK Go, known as much for its fabulously nerdy and complex videos as for its quirky and upbeat pop music, have made an app. Before you go, “meh,” and move on, thinking that this is another one of those record publishing tie-in apps that, really, no one loves but the publicist trying to push it, take a look at the video here.
Get it? [Read More...]
Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets have been some of the best competition to the iPad, mostly because they’re cheap but come with good software. It seems like Amazon would sell the Kindle for as cheap as possible if it meant taking a slice of Apple’s pie.
Earlier this morning, a rumor was floated by TechCrunch that Amazon is making a $ 99 tablet to compete with the iPad mini. It sounded crazy at [Read More...]
Bem’s Wireless Speaker Trio: Fully charged and ready for action.
If you’ve ever had a party with people in various rooms of your house, maybe even outside, Bem’s Wireless Speaker Trio was made just for you.
Wireless Speaker Trio by Bem Wireless Category: Cases Works With: iPod, iPhone, iPad, Mac, or anything with Bluetooth Price: $ 299.99
The Trio is a neat idea: [Read More...]
There was a time when companies feared going into negotiations with Apple. When Steve Jobs walked into a meeting, he demanded that your company bend to his every whim, or he’d walk away.
Now that Steve’s gone, other companies have noticed that Apple is actually a lot easier to deal with. At least, that’s the observation from France Telecom-Orange CEO, Stephane Richard, who thinks Apple’s not as arrogant as they used to [Read More...]
This guy likes the new Apple.
One of the world’s most outspoken telecom CEOs recently talked about how he has seen Apple change under the guidance of Tim Cook.Â Stephane Richard runs Orange, a leading French carrier and longtime Apple partner. During Mobile World Congress inÂ Barcelona,Â Richard spoke to reporters about how he has seen Apple become “more flexible” and “less arrogant than they used to be.”
Apple has historically been a company that [Read More...]
Steve Jobs unveiling the iMac G4 at Macworld 2002
The 2002 iMac G4 is one of our favorite Apple products ever. It had a dramatic design that no one had ever tried by emulating the sunflowers growing in Steve Jobs’ backyard.
Apple discontinued the iMac G4 in 2004, but thanks to Apple’s solid build quality and engineering, a herd of over 1,300 iMac G4′s have lasted a full decade in the service [Read More...]
“I know there have been rumors about order cuts…” – Tim Cook
During Apple’s Q1 2013 earnings call, CEO Tim Cook addressed recent reports regarding iPhone order supply cuts overseas. Publications like The Wall Street Journal recently claimed that Apple has significantly slowed iPhone production, causing rampant speculation that demand has been weakening. Apple’s stock has slid since the rumors started [Read More...]
Google just announced its earnings for Q4 2012, and guess what? They made a ton of money. We’re shocked.
Actually, Q4 2012 was really great for Google. The company earned $ 14.4 billion in revenue, which is 36% better than what they did last year. While we tend to think of Google as an American company, only $ 5.99 billion of that revenue came from the U.S. while the rest was made in international markets.