Such a lovely shade of mauve!
Citigroup sees a $10 billion market in four years. Dumb watches keep selling too.
Well, not everyone knows, I guess.
Security researchers say Apple may not be directly at fault in what some have called an “iCloud leak.” Key new features depend on a safe and secure cloud. Update: Apple says there is no wide iCloud breach.
Why Jennifer Lawrence’s “dirty” photos shouldn’t — and probably won’t — make you think differently about her.
“Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.”
Break an apple in half with your bare hands.
Cupertino will be the first California market in which AT&T will deploy its fiber network. The telecommunications giant, whose $67 billion deal to acquire DirecTV is under regulatory review, may also expand the rollout to San Francisco, Oakland, and parts of San Jose, including Mountain View.
You’ll never look at watermelons the same again!
How many of you does it take to light a bulb?
In the past week, two new smartwatches have been unveiled. But neither are running a phone operating system, and both are being marketed largely around their looks.
“This is a big deal,” Blockchain CEO Nicolas Cary said. The app had been removed in February but has now returned following Apple’s publishing guidelines for digital currency apps released in June.
There’s a dog out there, somewhere…making someone waffles. And I need to find him.
Lululemon now has 31 design patents and is taking action against rivals who infringe on its styles.
The company reported its third-quarter results today, and it missed analyst estimates on revenue and quarterly guidance. Then again, there were no new products.
The New Yorker is open for business.
Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and Apple are effectively driving the cost of online storage to zero. Where does that leave the collective $15 billion of startups that cropped up charging for it?
If Apple doesn’t allow the word “vagina” to be engraved in an iPad, what words will it let you use?
Now usually I don’t do this but, uh… 2003 was the best.
CEO Tim Cook tweeted the video with “Inclusion inspires innovation.”
Cook wore the Apple Pride shirt Sunday along with other Apple employees at the parade.
Your commute sucks. There’s an app for that.
Then awkwardly backtracks: “Oh dear, was that an error?”
Want to know why Aereo is dead? Follow the money.
Just remember, life is not a race. It only feels that way.
There are too many silly apps to choose from, but these are actually super useful.
Starbucks isn’t the only company to offer to pay for most, if not all, of the tuition costs to send its employees to college. Here’s a look at some other companies that offer to pay anywhere from $5,000 per year to 90% of tuition costs for their employees.