“We’re going to roll out a weekly animation series later this year of shortform content,” said Rovio’s head of animation Nick Dorra, at the MIPTV conference in Cannes.
Tim Cook, takes the top spot with a 97% approval rating. While many speculated how Cook would be received by employees and how he would lead the tech giant, he seems to have settled in quite nicely. By comparison, when Steve Jobs stepped down in August 2011, his cumulative rating was 97% approval, though his rating between March 2010 and March 2011 was 95%. One Apple Employee (Cupertino, CA) comments, “I think leadership is doing an amazing job. We have the best management team anywhere.”
At the beginning of 2011 Apple launched a competition, offering a $10,000 iTunes gift card to the lucky App Store user who downloaded the 10 billionth app from the store. The Cupertino company has since repeated that offering by giving away a gift card of the same value to whoever downloaded the twenty-fifth billionth app.
There’s no doubt that an iPad is a useful – even invaluable tool for those with a vested culinary interest. After all, there are literally hundreds of apps for cooking, baking, and preparing that perfect meal from the random scraps of food lurking in the refrigerator.
DFU means Device Firmware Update. If a restore using Recovery Mode doesn’t work you will want to use DFU Mode as a last resort. When placing your iPhone into DFU Mode it does not load the OS before attempting the restore
Over a year since the launch of the its latest iPhone offering, Apple has finally acquired domain name iPhone4.com, just days after purchasing WhiteiPhone.com for an undisclosed amount. Both domain names direct to the iPhone 4 product page which interestingly, according to a Retrevo study, one in three people mistake an iPhone 4 for a 4G capable phone.
According to a report over at Fusible, The Whois record for iPhone4.com changed two days ago from “Whois Privacy Services” to “Apple Inc”:
The iPhone location tracking issue reported last week by Security Researchers has raised quite a bit of controversy. As reported earlier today, Apple is being investigated by privacy regulators in South Korea, France, Italy and Germany, US Senators are writing open letters to Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs and some have already started suing Apple.
Apple has surprisingly been silent on the issue, which is usually a good time for Steve Jobs to clarify things.
MacRumors reports that Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs has responded to a concerned user clarifying that “We don’t Track Anyone”.
Whether it changed everything, made you think different, or was just a sideshow to the Windows centerpiece of your life, there’s no denying version X of Mac OS has been the most successful and enduring piece of software Apple has ever produced. It is turning 10 years old today, so we thought we’d spare a moment to say congratulations and to dust off an image of our favorite logo of the bunch. And who knows, with the next iteration being dubbed Lion and the lack of any more senior big cats available, maybe this will be the last big anniversary before Apple takes the leap into version 11.
You may have heard a thing or two about Steve Wozniak’s white iPhone from the Engadget Show this past Sunday, and while you should really go and watch the entire amazing interview, we’ve broken out the iPhone conversation. Enjoy!
Let’s be honest: you can never get enough of Angry Birds, but for those wandering around Guangzhou, China, you might be able to get your fix at this arcade booth. Like the game itself, there’s an actual slingshot for firing your enraged fowls at a bunch of plush doll piggies, except there are no special abilities like explosion or splitting — maybe the next version will take care of that, unless Rovio Mobile decides it’s game over for these guys.