Posts tagged "Apple"

‘Kill switch’ debate turns to control after wireless industry offers an anti-theft tool

After resisting calls for a "kill switch" inside smartphones, CTIA, the wireless industry group, and major industry players wisely reversed course and announced this week they would voluntarily add one. CTIA calls it "a baseline anti-theft tool that is preloaded Read More →

Shuffle time at Apple

Greg Christie, one of the brain trust behind Apple's iPhone, is reportedly retiring. And Jony Ive, the English-born design guru who worked closely with Steve Jobs for years in coming up with many of the gadgets that have made Apple enormously Read More →

What’s ahead for Apple: SV 150 growth profile

While fanboys and fangirls anxiously await the Next Big Thing from Apple, whether it’s the rumored iWatch or the rumored upgraded TV or the rumored whatever, the Cupertino tech giant rolls ahead as a revenue-heavy, cash-laden, globally-expanding behemoth. With a market Read More →

Does Apple need saving?

There are those who see Apple as a glass half-empty ever since the death of Steve Jobs, while others see it as half-full and getting fuller all the time, with CEO Tim Cook doing a yeoman's job running the ship. You Read More →

Apple developers, start your engines!

It's springtime, which means it's time to get ready for the next Apple fanfest: its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, running this year from June 2 to June 6 in San Francisco. The annual powwow is a chance for iOS developers from Read More →

How green is your screen?

Greenpeace, the self-assigned savior of the planet, has directed its greening attention to the Internet. The headline on a report it released this morning reads: Your Online World: #Click Clean or Dirty? And in a pretty cool interactive graphic, the group Read More →
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