By Cody Lee on Jan 22, 2012
Breaking news out of Waterloo, Canada tonight. Research In Motion’s Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie have stepped down from their co-CEO roles. The company’s former COO, Thorsten Heins, has been tapped as their replacement.
RIM’s board of directors and major stock holders have been calling for the move for quite some time now. The company, which was once a major player in the smartphone industry, is now holding on to a dismal 6% of the market… Read More
By Cody Lee on Aug 1, 2011
Just a little over a month after RazorianFly published a video showing off what appeared to be a native Skype iPad app, it’s finally here. The popular video-conferencing service can now be crossed of the list of companies withholding software for Apple’s tablet (looking at you Facebook).
9to5Mac‘s Mark Gurman sounded the alarm this evening that the Skype iPad app had finally gone live in the App Store, and it’s awesome. Not only is the interface extremely fluid, but the Skype team incorporated all of the iPhone app’s features including video conferencing over 3G… Read More
By Jeff Benjamin on Jun 6, 2011
Someone sent me a few exclusive photos of some of the new features in iOS 5, and it looks like a doozy folks.
If you tuned into this morning’s WWDC keynote, you are well aware that Apple is implementing a new PC Free strategy for iOS 5, and that includes the initial setup of your iPhone.
Inside we have a few interesting screenshots of the iPhone’s initial setup screens, along with the new Home screen equipped with a new iPod touch-esque Music app, along with a settings screen for iCloud.
Interested in seeing the iOS of the future? Check out the exclusive images inside… Read More
By Guest Author on Sep 20, 2010
The sign says it all. I love the pun and I love that it is located in San Francisco.
By Sebastien Page on Jul 14, 2010
Well, it took Apple just about 3 weeks to react to the negative press they were getting about the iPhone 4 antenna issue. Apple sent an invite to a few tech journalists for a press conference this Friday, and while it’s not clearly said the conference will address the “Antennagate”, one can only assume this will be the topic of choice.
The fact this problem was brought to the mainstream when Consumer Reports said they don’t recommend the iPhone 4 is probably the reason why Apple is having a press conference on this matter. The conference will be this coming Friday, at 10am PST.