Posted On Monday, March 11, 2013 By admin. Under 9to5Mac, DVICE, iPhone Apps, MacRumors, TechCrunch Tags: 9to5mac, android, apple, dvice, firefox, friends, ipad, iphone apps, ipod, lighting, mac, mozilla
Forbes reports that Apple and Brazilian company IGB have agreed to end their lawsuit over the iPhone trademark in Brazil, and are close to reaching a settlement agreement. According to Brazil’s largest daily, Folha de S
Posted On Thursday, January 10, 2013 By temp. Under DVICE, iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: apple, copyright, desktop, digital, dvice, facebook, german, google, imac, ipad, iphone, iphone apps, jordan, macrumors, software
As part of an extensive look at HP and whether CEO Meg Whitman will be able to turn the legendary computer company around, Bloomberg Businessweek shares an anecdote revealing how Steve Jobs reached out to ousted HP CEO Mark Hurd in 2010 both to provide support and to offer assistance with repairing Hurd's relationship with HP in an unsuccessful effort to prevent the company from entering a tailspin.
Posted On Saturday, November 17, 2012 By admin. Under BoyGenius, DVICE, Yahoo! Answers Tags: boygenius, business, dvice, events, friends, gaming, hardware, humor, internet, iphone, police, review, security, software
I don’t believe in cases for your smartphone. Why cover up your svelte phone with a piece of cheap silicone or a plastic when its designers worked so hard to get its form down to be perfect enough for you to buy it?
Posted On Wednesday, August 8, 2012 By admin. Under DVICE, iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: amazon, america, answers, apple, backup, credit-card, dvice, facebook, front page, imac, iphone apps, racing
Wired reports that Apple has ordered its support staff to temporarily stop processing AppleID password changes over the phone. The move is a response to the experience of Wired reporter Mat Honan who had his iCloud account hacked which resulted in the remote-wipe of his iPhone, iPad and MacBook Air. An Apple worker with knowledge of the situation, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Wired that the over-the-phone password freeze would last at least 24 hours.
Posted On Wednesday, August 8, 2012 By temp. Under DVICE, iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: amazon, answers, copyright, credit-card, dvice, facebook, gaming, google, imac, racing, security
Wired reports that Apple has ordered its support staff to temporarily stop processing AppleID password changes over the phone. The move is a response to the experience of Wired reporter Mat Honan who had his iCloud account hacked which resulted in the remote-wipe of his iPhone, iPad and MacBook Air
Posted On Saturday, August 4, 2012 By temp. Under DVICE, TUAW, Yahoo! Answers Tags: aunt-tuaw, dvice, features, mac mini, macmini, mountain lion, mountainlion, refurb, the-end, tuaw, up to date, uptodate, yahoo! answers
Dear Favourite Aunt TUAW, I'm using British spelling in honor of the Olympics.
Posted On Thursday, July 12, 2012 By admin. Under 9to5Mac, DVICE, iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: 9to5mac, apple, catawba-county, comic, deal, dvice, facebook, front page, google, ipad, iphone, ipod, modern, oregon, twitter
GigaOM takes a look at how Apple's data center in Maiden, North Carolina came to be, interviewing Catawba County Economic Development Corporation president Scott Millar for the story behind the deal. According to Millar, Apple was initially interested in building its data center within an abandoned textile mill in the area, but almost pulled out of the deal entirely when it decided that the building would be too small for its needs.
Posted On Friday, June 15, 2012 By admin. Under DVICE, iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: amazon, apple, chicago, dvice, facebook, front page, google, ipod, mac, music, podcast, racing, social network, software
Earlier this week, AppAdvice noted that three categories of content had disappeared from the iTunes app in iOS 6: Podcasts, Audiobooks, and iTunes U.
Nothing Advertising Agency's office is undeniably brown. That's because its entire spacial occupancy is made of cardboard. Just like Lego, there is undeniably nothing that can't be made with cardboard.
Posted On Wednesday, April 25, 2012 By admin. Under DVICE, iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: apple, business, corruption, dvice, mac, macrumors, microsoft, outlook, philosophy, technology
While Walter Isaacson's authorized biography of Steve Jobs received significant attention for its glimpse into the life of the Apple co-founder and CEO, others with recollections of Jobs have over the years stepped forward with their own accounts and anecdotes serving to provide a picture of his life. One of those people is Ken Segall , the longtime creative advertising director who spent several stints working with Jobs at various ad firms including the famous TBWAChiatDay that has been responsible for many of Apple's landmark ad campaigns. Segall's new book, Insanely Simple: The Obsession That Drives Apple's Success , offers an interesting blend of business advice and anecdotes designed to help readers understand how Jobs and the culture of simplicity he fostered enabled Apple to reach the loftiest of heights.