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February 16, 2013
No, this guy isn’t going to fix your iPad. In fact, his shop had to change its name because they were getting inundated with support calls. Seriously. “Over the last 12 months I have been inundated with calls and it has reached as many as 25 a week,” the British shop’s owner, Geoff Fisher, told a local newspaper. (photo via Wroxham Barns website)

No, this guy isn’t going to fix your iPad. In fact, his shop had to change its name because they were getting inundated with support calls. Seriously. “Over the last 12 months I have been inundated with calls and it has reached as many as 25 a week,” the British shop’s owner, Geoff Fisher, told a local newspaper. (photo via Wroxham Barns website)

20:57 // 1 year ago
December 31, 2012

How Google is subverting Apple through the iPhone’s app store

usnews:

Over the past six months, Google has begun to systematically replace core, Apple-made iOS apps with Google-made iOS apps. In July, Google launched Chrome for iPhone – a Safari replacement. Then, in October came Google Search – which included a voice search feature to compete with Siri. In December, Google launched Google Maps to replace Apple Maps, and a much-improved Gmail to replace Apple’s core Mail app. It also put out a new YouTube app, to replace the one that Apple removed during its last iOS upgrade.

In a way, Apple shot itself in the foot because, by dropping Google’s apps, they effectively allowed Google to prove is better at iOS app development than they are. (Barring the Gmail app, but that’s a different story.)

Expect iOS7 to have an updated design philosophy, because it’s beginning to feel dated now that developers are increasingly outpacing Apple itself at app design.

11:40 // 1 year ago
December 28, 2012

DBstep - NASDAQ Dubstep

Because why not? Here’s a dubstep tune created based on NASDAQ trading volume, along with Apple’s performance against the market, since 2009. The wobblier it gets, the more volatile the market. (ht Hacker News)

22:45 // 1 year ago
December 27, 2012

Apple, sliced: Tim Cook took a 99% pay cut in 2012

  • $376M the amount Apple CEO Tim Cook took home in 2011, buoyed by massive stock options. Cook will receive two further stock options in 2016 and 2021.
  • $4.17M the amount Cook took home in 2012, which is fairly low for a CEO of his stature (he must be starving), though far higher than the $1 paychecks which Steve Jobs was famous for. source
18:51 // 1 year ago
December 11, 2012

Adobe Photoshop finally looks good on Retina Display

  • 2,500 the number of icons and cursors that had to be replaced in Adobe Photoshop to give the program support for high-resolution retina displays. Six months after the Retina MacBook Pros went on sale, the killer app finally has it, with Adobe launching the updates for Photoshop and Illustrator on Monday. About time. source
0:24 // 1 year ago
December 6, 2012
richardturley:

Apple CEO Tim CookExclusive Interview
Photograph by Platon

Speaking of Tim Cook, Looks like Bloomberg Businessweek scored a good interview.

richardturley:

Apple CEO Tim Cook
Exclusive Interview

Photograph by Platon

Speaking of Tim Cook, Looks like Bloomberg Businessweek scored a good interview.

8:48 // 1 year ago
breakingnews:

Apple to manufacture Mac line in the US
NBC News: In an interview with Brian Williams airing tonight on “Rock Center,” Apple CEO Tim Cook says one of the existing Mac lines will be manufactured exclusively in the US next year.
Cook says he believes it’s important to bring more jobs to the US. “We’ve been working for years on doing more and more in the US,” he says.
Photo credit: NBC News

There have been rumblings that the new iMac was being manufactured in the U.S., but now we have confirmation that at least something is U.S.-produced.

breakingnews:

Apple to manufacture Mac line in the US


NBC News: In an interview with Brian Williams airing tonight on “Rock Center,” Apple CEO Tim Cook says one of the existing Mac lines will be manufactured exclusively in the US next year.

Cook says he believes it’s important to bring more jobs to the US. “We’ve been working for years on doing more and more in the US,” he says.


Photo credit: NBC News

There have been rumblings that the new iMac was being manufactured in the U.S., but now we have confirmation that at least something is U.S.-produced.

8:22 // 1 year ago
December 3, 2012
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November 27, 2012
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November 15, 2012
19:06 // 1 year ago