I’m seriously not making this up. It’s right there on 9to5Mac.
MacRumors gets the goods, based on photos of the case for the iPhone 5 which apparently have been arriving in AT&T stores and photographed by super-spies who leaked them to the press. (Right.) As you can see in the photo, there are huge changes coming. Once again, Apple has rewritten the rules of the game. One enormous design shift: The mute button now has been moved to the other […]
Chris Espinosa is impressed by the Silk browser which will “capture and control every Web transaction performed by Fire users.”
Amazon now has what every storefront lusts for: the knowledge of what other stores your customers are shopping in and what prices they’re being offered there. What’s more, Amazon is getting this not by expensive, proactive scraping the Web, like Google has to do; they’re getting it passively by offering a simple caching service, and letting Fire users do the […]
As I tried to point out yesterday in the post about all the nutty reports about the features that the new iPhone 5 might or might not have, it’s really pretty much impossible to guess in advance what some new product will look like.
Nevertheless people keep trying, because let’s face it, stuff like this drives […]
That anyway is what Business Insider now suspects or surmises or infers or reports in the latest bit of foaming-at-the-mouth SEO-bait speculation about the iPhone 5 announcement. See, the number 1 in the invitation that Apple sent out (above) “could be a clue that Apple is only releasing one iPhone,” rather than two, or three, or seven, or twelve, BI claims. Or the number 1 could mean something else. […]
It's official: Apple will announce one new iPhone, or possibly several; they will be bigger than iPhone 4, or smaller, or about the same size; and will be radically redesigned, or will look pretty much like iPhone 4
The magic happens Oct. 4 on the Apple campus in Cupertino. Sources say the model(s) will be called iPhone 4S or iPhone 4 Plus but definitely there’s also an iPhone 5, although Apple might introduce all of them, and the new ones will boast a radical new look (photo above) and will look nothing like the iPhone 4 unless they look exactly […]
These are the subjects tackled in this week’s episode of the Double D Guys, which you can listen to here, or download from iTunes. There’s also some discussion of my own attempts to become the Tony Robbins of tech, a motivational speaker who can inspire hungover nerds and restore their sense of childlike wonder.
All of life has been utterly, profoundly changed thanks to Facebook's new features, and nothing will ever be the same, and all I can do is sit here and weep at the beauty and magic that Mark Zuckerberg has brought to this world
I don’t mean to overhype this, but frankly I don’t think it would be possible to overhype something as huge and profound as what Facebook introduced yesterday, at least from what I gather reading the reports coming out of F8. Timelines. Open Graph. Apps. Music. Video. Bam! It’s all there and it’s all amazing and huge and life-changing and mind-blowing and nothing — nothing — will ever be […]
You may not have heard of Ann Livermore. She’s not a big flashy A-list name in Silicon Valley. But Ann Livermore has been at HP her entire career. She joined in 1982, right out of Stanford B school. She has run huge parts of HP’s business, and knows the company inside and out. She’s a true HPer in the old sense of that word: quiet, competent, loyal to the company. […]