A year ago a sane person wouldn’t have trusted the directions given to you by Apple Maps, the app had a tendency of directing you across airport runways. But with that mess all sorted, Apple are focusing on the in-car interface.
The Internet is a big place, and a large number of sites have come and gone. This map of the Internet created by graphic designer Martin Vargic is insane. Representing the online world through cartography, with no detail spared, this map is worth checking out.
Rumours have been floating around the web of late regarding the iPhone 6. Apple keep their new projects under tight secrecy but someone, perhaps a disgruntled employee, always slips out a pic or two under Apple’s radar. These leaked images are of the iPhone 6, claims blogger Sonny Dickson.
Steve Wozniak has always had wacky ideas when the rest of the world looks mute and dull. He created the personal computer as a kid when experts said it can’t be done, remember? Although he isn’t an active member of the Apple engineering family anymore, he still has lots to say about his beloved Cupertino.
Online education in South Africa has joined a global revolution with Apple’s latest decision to open up iTunes U Course to another 70+ countries from around the world.
If you happen to see someone in Apple’s Grand Central store pick up an Apple product and walkout the store without ever talking to a salesperson or paying at the checkout counter, please don’t tackle them. It isn’t a case of daylight robbery – they may have used Apple’s iBeacon.
And if it wasn’t enough to get through a day without your phone bombarding you, every chance it gets with non-stop notifications! Now Apple plans to make your phone tell you how fat and lazy you are under the guise of tracking your fitness.
Apple celebrated the Macintosh computer’s 30th anniversary with the release of this video. The video is a compilation of footage shot during the span of one day across five continents in ten different countries, highlighting the Mac’s use in design, robotics, education and engineering. And the whole thing was shot on iPhones. Mental.
A prankster named Tyler pretended to be an employee at four different Apple stores in New York. Not only did he convince customers to wait for the up-and-coming iPhone 5Q and 5ZZ models, he also advised patrons that they ought to thank Apple for creating Polio and Syphilis.
2014 is the year of wearable technology, and although Apple has yet to even announce a smart watch to compete with Samsung’s offerings, the rumour mill is churning. The New York Times claims that the Apple smart watch might be equipped with a solar-charging layer that would top up the battery when the device is worn [...]
It’s been three long decades since Apple released its first-ever Macintosh computer for $2,495. Today, the company stands comfortably on top of the tech industry.
Samsung has already gone ahead and given the smart watch a go – with mixed reactions.
It’s hard to accept that it’s been three whole decades since Apple changed the tech marketing game with their iconic ’1984′ ad that aired during the Super Bowl.
Sweet Mary mother of Jesus – this one is a shocker. Apple’s App Store had to pull a ‘Barbie-inspired’ plastic surgery app off their digital shelves this week, because it was so obviously, clearly, unambiguously and definitely wrong.
Why would you need a camera app if you already have a pre-installed camera app that takes pictures just fine? Because it simply isn’t good enough as it is.
Apple app store’s mindblowing 2013 sales. SA ex-pats can vote. Mars 1-way ticket short list released. Downton Abbey breaks more US records. Intel drops McAfee name. Adele’s breakout album smashes records. Ralph Lauren’s niece in trouble. e-Tag sales revealed.
Apple just loves spoiling us, and that’s why we love Apple. The company is giving iPad and iPhone users the opportunity to download FREE apps, with its end-of-year promotional app, “12 Days of Gifts”.
This game is absolutely tearing it up on the app store charts. In just three weeks, the trivia game ‘QuizUp’ has amassed 3,5 million registered users. It reached its millionth user in just eight days. QuizUp is being called the “fastest-growing iPhone game in history.”
Smartphone cameras have come a long, long way since those crappy little one-megapixel cameras on the back of old Motorola clam-shells. And thank God for that. But if we’re honest, there are limitations to a any smartphone camera. But that’s where gadgets like this one fit in.
DA calls for Zuma impeachment. Taxis get free e-Tolll. Apple signs world’s largest carrier. Obama is not allowed an iPhone. Most silent films have disintegrated. Ron Burgundy gets his own Scotch. 2 million Facebook passwords dumped online.
The launch of the iPad Air in South Africa today reminded us of this special little moment. Professional genius and part-time eccentric, Steve Wozniak admitted on stage at the 2011 Engadget Show that he prints and spends his own $2 bills (he’ll also happily sell you a book of them), as well as numerous fake [...]
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There is hot competition out there for the first company who can successfully replace the physical wallet with a completely digital version. Google and Apple are the main contenders, but a small start-up may be inching ahead, with this amazing new piece of tech.
You see? This is what happens when you give your money to forward-thinking companies. Instead of cutting cost and building a massive grey block of an office building – Apple is constructing the one of the worlds most advanced office spaces, one that has will have a neautral carbon footprint after construction.
Is this a good thing,or a bad thing? The thought of your home being controlled by Apple gives off a distinctly ‘I, Robot’ kind of vibe. Imagine you come home and within minutes your TV is set to your favourite channel, your lights are all on and the kettle is already boiling – without you having to lift a finger. All because your iPhone sensed that you just got home.
If you have a MacBook and an iPhone, you can bid the annoying task of having to enter your lock screen password dozens of times a day, goodbye. A new app called Knock launched yesterday, which pairs your iPhone and Mac via bluetooth. When a phone is in bluetooth range of the paired mac, it’s [...]