Posted On Monday, April 30, 2012 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: birds, climate-change, copyright, corruption, discovery, front page, game-console, hardware, mac, macrumors, microsoft, security, trademark
Apple today sent out an email encouraging Mac developers to sign up for the company's Developer ID program so that their apps can be properly signed ahead of the launch of OS X Mountain Lion later this year. Mountain Lion's Gatekeeper feature gives users the ability to set limits on app installation, with the new "Developer ID" program providing a middle ground of security by which developers can certify that they are the developer behind a given application package. Should the developer be found to behave maliciously, Apple will be able to revoke the Developer ID associated with that developer, preventing applications signed with the ID from running and causing further harm to users
Posted On Sunday, April 29, 2012 By temp. Under 9to5Mac Tags: 9to5mac, blizzard, blizzard entertainment, diablo iii, gravatar-init, may 15, stress test, var-elem, youtube
Blizzard recently wrapped up a Diablo III open beta weekend to stress test the game’s servers and today they are once again building anticipation for the upcoming title with a new TV spot .
Posted On Sunday, April 29, 2012 By temp. Under 9to5Mac Tags: bank of america, dow, gravatar-my, gravatar-profile, ibm, reuters, stock split, var-elem, var-scpt
A new report from business weekly Barron’s ( via Reuters ) claimed The Dow Jones Industrial Average stock index could potentially replace stocks from Alcoa, Bank of America, or Hewlett-Packard with Apple or Google. There’s no exact timeframe for the overhaul of the Dow index, but Barron’s said Apple would have to split its shares to guarantee a spot.
Posted On Sunday, April 29, 2012 By temp. Under 9to5Mac Tags: 9to5mac, apple, apple inc, european union, gravatar-my, gravatar-profile, img, samsung, san francisco, tim cook, var-scpt
Earlier this month we reported Apple CEO Tim Cook and Samsung Chief Gee-Sung Choi had agreed to an Alternative Dispute Resolution with Judge Lucy Koh in a California district court. The agreement, described as “semi voluntary” by media covering the case, would see the two CEOs and their legal counsels meet within 90 days for court-moderated, patent related settlement talks. According to a new report from Foss Patents, Magistrate Judge Joseph C.
Posted On Sunday, April 29, 2012 By admin. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: apple, california, climate-change, iphone apps, ireland, irish, mac, microsoft, navigation
In the latest installment of its "iEconomy" series, The New York Times takes a look at how Apple minimizes its corporate tax burden, taking advantage of a number of legal maneuvers and loopholes around the world. Apple's strategies are of course fully legal and used by many other corporations, but with a spotlight on Apple as it has rapidly risen to become the world's most valuable publicly-traded company with record-setting profits, it has obviously attracted much attention about how it handles its money. Apple, for instance, was among the first tech companies to designate overseas salespeople in high-tax countries in a manner that allowed them to sell on behalf of low-tax subsidiaries on other continents, sidestepping income taxes, according to former executives
Posted On Friday, April 27, 2012 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: android, article, copyright, entertainment, facebook, iphone, iphone apps, mac, podcasts, trademark, violence
Reuters reports that Apple has been negotiating with movie streaming service EPIX for the rights to stream content to the Apple TV set-top box. According to sources, the deal would also extend to future streaming devices such as the much-rumored Apple television set.
Posted On Friday, April 27, 2012 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: android, apple, celebrity, chinese, climate-change, discovery, facebook, fall, iphone, ipod, microsoft, navigation, outlook, trademark
Advertising tracking firm Ace Metrix today shared its data on viewer reactions to Apple's new celebrity iPhone 4S ads featuring Siri and starring Samuel L. Jackson and Zooey Deschanel