Well, looks like the hackers have done it again. This time they have gotten Siri to run on any device. In theory at least. The guys over at
Archive for year: 2011
Today was a hard day for many Apple fans. At 4:30pm pacific time, the news was released that Steve Jobs has passed away. Steve was more than just a visionary he was an amazing CEO and entrepreneur and an amazing father. Here are some of the statements released.
Apple is famous for allowing customers to record themselves on webcams and to upload videos to youtube. They even allow you to bring in your dog. But Mark Malkoff takes this to a whole other level when he tries the Apple Challenge, You must watch the video below. Hilarity ensues.
Well, Apple is up to it again. First, it was the Louvre, now it is another iconic building. If Apple is successful with this then they will be building up a resume of being able to do business where very few other companies are allowed to and at a scale which is unparalleled.
Well, looks like Apple is about to release a thunderbolt cinema display. This picture was released on Apple’s servers.
Well, it seems like forever ago when we wrote about Swype for iPhone, but now it has finally been released. Not officially of course, as you’re going to have to get it through Cydia.
A new study of 43 countries and over 34,000 people has concluded that Canadians are the leader in mobile communications. 41% of Canadians use smart phones compared to only 26% of the rest of the world.
There has been much speculation over who is the best CEO in America, but according to Howard Davidowitz there really isn’t any debate needed.
I think this is a likely integration to happen. iMessage is a very useful app, it’s one of the great apps of iOS5. The Styling is basically the same as iChat for OSX with a lot of the same features. When the other person types you can see that they are about to send a message, as well as delivered times.
Well, things have been tough for Rim (Research In Motion). The news came out today that they need to restructure a lot of their businesses.