Apple WWDC 2014 – OS X Yosemite, iOS 8 and Swift

After a brief video about Developers, Tim Cook took to the stage to a packed crowd at this years WWDC 2014 with the clear focus on software. No hardware announcements at WWDC is becoming a trend over the last few years, but let’s be honest, rightfully so, this is a Developers Conference after all, andContinue reading “Apple WWDC 2014 – OS X Yosemite, iOS 8 and Swift”

Is Microsoft becoming the Apple of old? Innovative and Cool!

Microsoft has long been a company that we all love to hate, and it’s not just IE, it’s just been one of them companies. In the moments of laughter one thing always seemed to occur, we’d all look up to Apple with all their competing and innovative ways against Microsoft, Apple were the cool companyContinue reading “Is Microsoft becoming the Apple of old? Innovative and Cool!”

Blackberry CEO Thorsten Heins claims Apple now lacks Innovation

In an interview in The Australian Financial Review, Blackberry CEO Thorsten Heins described the Apple iOS platform as an outdated user interface, claiming that the iPhone is “at risk of being replaced in the popularity stakes” due to a ‘lack of innovation’. Quote: “Apple did a fantastic job in bringing touch devices to market … They didContinue reading “Blackberry CEO Thorsten Heins claims Apple now lacks Innovation”

Apple and the tech industry remember Steve Jobs 1 year on!

Apple have dedicate their homepage do Remembering Steve, as October 5th 2012 remembers the one year anniversary of his passing due to his suffering with Pancreatic Cancer. When visiting Apple.com from any of Apples products whether being a Macintosh, iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad, or even on a PC, you are greeted with a 2Continue reading “Apple and the tech industry remember Steve Jobs 1 year on!”

Apple’s ‘Lets Talk iPhone’ Event Recap

Well, it happened, Apple did indeed talk iPhone on the ‘Lets Talk iPhone’ event on Tuesday, but did they introduce what we all wanted? Well, that depends who you are, what do we mean by that, well we’ll get in to that. Some interesting stats Apple kicked off the keynote like they always do, withContinue reading “Apple’s ‘Lets Talk iPhone’ Event Recap”

The Late Late Show – 5th October 2011 [HD]

http://blip.tv/play/h6EsgteOTgA.html?p=1 The Late Late Show 5th October 2011 The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Craig kicks of the show with guests Joel McHale and Elizabeth Cook. *The Late Late Show is now available in 4 versions. The desktop Flash version (Mac or PC) in 720P. Or available in 3 non-Flash versions. All 3 versionsContinue reading “The Late Late Show – 5th October 2011 [HD]”

The Late Late Show – 7th September 2011

http://blip.tv/play/h6EsgtKMQgA.html?p=1 The Late Late Show 7th September 2011 The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Craig kicks off the show with a slow mo Secretariat, chat from James Marsden and Wolfgang Puck cooks with Craig. *The Late Late Show is now available in 4 versions. The desktop Flash version (Mac or PC) in 720P. OrContinue reading “The Late Late Show – 7th September 2011”

Tim Cook responds to Steve Jobs’ CEO Resignation

“Apple is not going to change” Tim Cook responded to being appointed as the new Apple CEO following the resignation of the post from Steve Jobs, who is now the Chairman of the Board of Directors with a letter to the Board saying “Apple is not going to change”, the letter is shown below; Team: Continue reading “Tim Cook responds to Steve Jobs’ CEO Resignation”

Steve Jobs Resigns as Apple CEO

Steve Jobs has resigned today as Apple CEO in the form of a letter sent out to Apple’s board of Directors. In the letter, Steve Jobs makes the decision to appoint Tim Cook as the new Apple CEO. Tim Cook did fill in for Steve Jobs as CEO in medical leave, but now that isContinue reading “Steve Jobs Resigns as Apple CEO”