Tag Archive: Today


Appy Birthday: iTunes App Store turns six today

The iTunes App Store turns six today: an anniversary which makes us feel like the last half-decade (plus twelve months) has gone by in the blink of an eye. To mark the occasion, TechCrunch (drawing on the work of several… Read more ›

iOS 8’s Handoff feature looks totally rad. Imagine starting off a task on your Mac and then being able to continue where you left off on your iPhone or iPad without waiting. Just pick up the device and everything has… Read more ›

It was just a few hours ago that we told you that Apple had patented new transparent texting system which would help users who walk while typing be more aware of their surroundings. If you thought the patent sounded like… Read more ›     

Mac OS X Became A Teenager Today… Happy Birthday!

Yup. Thirteen years ago today, on March 24, 2001, Apple and Steve Jobs unleashed the first version of Mac OS X 10.0 (code named ‘Cheetah’) on to the world. Despite officially being a teenager, OS X is holding up better… Read more ›     

Want to supercharge your stock music player? If you’re on a jailbroken iPhone, check out Aria. It’s a new Cydia tweak that adds a number of new improvements to the stock Music.app in iOS 7.1, including the ability to see… Read more ›     

Remember Twitter’s #music app? It was basically D.O.A. when it launched in the App Store last summer, and it hasn’t been updated since September. Twitter has announced that it is officially pulling the plug today. The app will no longer… Read more ›     

Thirty years ago today — January 24, 1984 — the Apple Macintosh went on sale for the first time. Arriving in stores two days after the SuperBowl airing of the famous “1984″ television commercial directed by Ridley Scott, the Macintosh… Read more ›     

For any longtime Apple fans, it’s amazing to think that today marks 30 years since the January 22, 1984 airing of the Nineteen Eighty Four-inspired Macintosh commercial, directed by Ridley Scott. Not only did the commercial usher in Apple’s most… Read more ›     

Apple released iOS 7.1 beta 3 to developers today, and like always, many have already combed through the new software to find what’s new. The second beta of 7.1 brought a few additions and UI tweaks, and beta 3 also… Read more ›     

Yesterday the White House announced that President Obama would be meeting with a number of tech executives today about HealthCare.gov, the NSA, and how tech is converging the public and private sectors. Another topic of discussion ended up being Netflix’s… Read more ›