On July 19, 2011, Apple CEO Tim Cook, during the Q3 Earnings Report, said that he loves competition, but "we want people to invent their own stuff." It appears that his wish was granted.
Google's latest surprise, the Chromebook Pixel, is a beautiful piece of hardware with one of the best displays ever seen on a consumer laptop. But is Google's effort to distinguish Chromebooks from cheap netbooks worth it to end users, or is the Pixel just a "$1,300 Web Browser?"
"Spaces" was a great virtual desktop tool first introduced in OS X 10.5 Leopard. But when Apple replaced Spaces with Mission Control in OS X Lion, many features were lost. We'll show you how to revive your love of virtual desktops with a handy third-party app: TotalSpaces.
Are your eyes and ears playing tricks on you? They can and do as Vern SEward walks you through this week's Free on iTunes offerings, Color Uncovered and Sound Uncovered. Check it out.
Some SEC documents filed on Thursday suggest that hedge fund selling contributed to the precipitous decline of $AAPL throughout the December quarter. Bryan Chaffin argues that this is a demonstration that ignorance has always reigned supreme when it comes to Apple.
There comes a time when an OS has to make a quantum leap. Mac OS 9 led to Mac OS X. Then, OS X went from being a very nifty UNIX OS with a great GUI in Snow Leopard to a modern, mobility and socially oriented OS in Mountain Lion. Things remain the same until it's time for a change. John Martellaro thinks iOS may be in that boat right now.
Years ago, Apple attended many professional conferences annually such as SIGGRAPH, Educause, Supercomputing and Macworld to name a few. In time, Apple felt that participation was no longer required. However, times have changed and so has Apple. What would be the effect if Apple were to make a return?
Over the last few years, The Mac Observer has reviewed many different styluses for Apple's iDevices -- or any capacitive touch screen, in fact. Here’s a summary of those reviews, the ratings and prices, all in one spot for handy references. We’ll update this summary as new stylus reviews are published.
Valentine's Day is upon us and what better way to show someone how you feel than to plan a romantic evening? Vern Seward points out 3 apps that may help you get you love groove on in this week's Free on iTunes. Home Depot Style Guide, Jamie's Recipes, and TuneIn Radio.
If Apple is going to offer its own mapping service and local search through Siri, a bona fide search engine would go a long way towards giving the company user data to improve them. It's like Google, but different, and Bryan Chaffin explains why.
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