Last week, we told you about the bi-coastal crime fighting duo, San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón and New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who this week brought a much-needed initiative to protect people from those dumb smartphones thieves.
The plan, called S.O.S. (secure our ... More >>
Apple, always thinking of the average geek, has announced it's going to make it a little bit harder for "Apple-pickers" to enjoy your stolen iPhone. Among the many cool-as-shit things Apple highlighted yesterday at the Worldwide Developers Conference, was the "kill-switch" for iPhones that'll be re ... More >>
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference opened in San Francisco today with as much fanfare as a coronation, or a Rose Day Parade for nerds.
Amid sunny sales projections and lighthearted disses on Android, Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the Cupertino company's new crown jewels, the OSX Mavericks opera ... More >>
Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference kicked off today at the Moscone Center. Here's a brief rundown on some of the highlights from the first day that are sure to get your iHearts pumping. The next generation of Apple notebooks New versions of the MacBook Air
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Will the iSpaceship be the end of Apple events in San Francisco?When Steve Jobs ambled up to the city council podium in Cupertino Tuesday night to deliver the news that Apple was planning a campus expansion -- a stunning, 12,000-person capacity space-age doughnut scheduled to break ground in 2015 ... More >>
The iSpaceship has landed.For a guy on medical leave since January, Steve Jobs is busier than ever. Just one day after announcing a raft of new software products at Apple's WWDC in San Francisco, Jobs appeared in front of a starstruck Cupertino City Council meeting, announcing plans to build a 12 ... More >>
Steve JobsApple is trying to hinder reporters' efforts to keep a stored obituary of CEO Steve Jobs up to date, according to the New York Post.In advance of the 2011 Worldwide Developers Conference, which starts today in San Francisco, Associated Press reporters called around to refresh quotes on ... More >>
What do you see in the iCloud?As expected, Steve Jobs took the stage at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco today, announcing the company's new iCloud product, which will allow users to upload and sync data across nearly every Apple device, for free.
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Is there room for one more at the WWDC?How much would you pay to hang out with Apple nerds for a week?Okay, now take that number and add $3,000 -- that's what sold-out tickets are now going for on auction sites. Tickets to the Worldwide Developer's Conference in San Francisco this summer sold out ... More >>
What will the next generation look like?Apple officials fired off an e-mail on Monday to developers, inviting them to the next conference where they can get a sneak peek at the future of iOS and Mac OS X and --as some analysts speculate -- view plans for the iPhone 5. The e-mail was also th ... More >>
Gerry Shih, via TwitteriPhone, iPhone, iPhone, iPhone!A massive line full of people who almost certainly never heeded their parents' entreaties to get off the computer and go outside and play thronged SOMA today for the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). The big draw today at Mosc ... More >>
How will this pretty little thing shake up the music world?Yeah, yeah, the new iPhone 4 is slick and skinny and sports two video cameras. But will today's news shake up the music world as Apple developments have in the past? Our thoughts below:Mobile music videos: Get ready for a world of iPhone- ... More >>