According to a new report by research firm ComScore, the iPhone is the most popular smartphone in the U.S for May 2014. 169 million mobile users use smartphones, that’s 70% of overall mobile users.
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And so it’s finally done. In one fail swoop, Apple has killed development of both its consumer and pro photo editing suites on OS X – iPhoto and Aperture. Apple had previewed the upcoming Photos app at the recent WWDC. The new Photos app for OS X isn’t due to land on Macs until next year, so users will have […]
In mid-April this year, WD introduced the My Passport Pro, the world’s first portable Thunderbolt dual-drive storage solution, aimed squarely at creative professionals and hardcore enthusiasts on the Mac platform. Bringing ultra high speed performance and user configurable RAID to end users, My Passport Pro is also ultra convenient, not needing external power, nor extra cables. I unboxed it recently, […]
Apple, as expected, will be live streaming next week’s big Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2014 keynote address, which will take place in San Francisco. The event kicks off at 10AM Pacific Time (1AM GMT +8) on Monday, 2 June 2014.
Warning: Mac fans may go ballistic on this. What do you get when you pit one of Apple’s quintessential Macs – the iMac against a Finnish WWII anti-tank rifle. Lots of shrapnel, broken hearts and a very epic slow-mo video.
At the two-day Pwn2own contest last week, all major web software were “pwned”. Sponsored by Hewlett-Packard and organised by HP-owned Zero-Day Initiative, a total of US$850,000 in prize money was paid out to winners. Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox browsers were hacked successfully, as well as Adobe Reader and Flash.
Apple may be offering an even cheaper iPhone this week – an 8GB iPhone 5c, making it the new entry-level iPhone model. The 8GB iPhone 5c will be available in the full gamut of 5c colours. Apple currently offers the iPhone 5c in 16GB and 32GB configurations.
In true stealth mode, Apple’s ‘hobby’ device – the Apple TV set-top box sold close to 10 million units in 2013, raking in sales revenue of more than US$1 billion. Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed at Apple’s annual stockholders meeting in Cupertino today that this is roughly double the 5 million units it sold in 2012.