A reader with no tech skills and little money has a great idea for an app. He thinks Apple and Android will both want to make it a standard feature. You know this isn't going to end well.
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A hacker hired by Apple, in recognition of his skills in breaking iOS, has lost his job after simply forgetting to reply to an email.
Facing the grim prospect of a smartphone market controlled by Apple and Google, Nokia and Microsoft form a desperate alliance to make Windows Phone relevant again.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs details the latest iPhone's gyroscope feature while showing off his skills at the game Jenga.
It appears that the Apple tablet rumors just won't die.Today, the age-old story of an Apple tablet got resuscitated by The China Times who reports (Mandarin, English translation) that an Apple tablet is planned for release in October for $800.
On Friday I posted a piece titled The correct way to use your MacBook's battery that was based on my experience with an Apple Genius and a two-year old MacBook battery that had failed while covered under AppleCare.The long and short of it was that the technician covered and replaced my battery under warranty because it had been "used properly" -- translation: it had a sufficient amount of charge cycles to indicated that it hadn't been permanently plugged into AC power.
My colleague David Morgenstern today noted that the number of employees at Apple rose about 50 percent during the past year, according to the company’s 10K reportsetteB.IT (English translation) also points out some other items of interest from the SEC-mandated Form 10-K:Tony Fadell, Apple's outgoing SVP of the iPod division, will receive a salary of US$300,000 dollars per year from Apple for consulting.
I've been investigating Apple Cocoa API as I plan to complement my Windows and UNIX development skills with skills in Mac development. That doesn't mean I am willing to accept weak attacks what I consider to be a superior development platform: .NET.
Salesforce.com's chief executive discusses his early work as a programmer for Apple, honing his sales and marketing skills with Larry Ellison at Oracle and his current role
In this Super Techies interview, tech star Marc Benioff talks with CNET News.com's Dan Farber about his career as a business entrepreneur in Silicon Valley. Benioff discusses his early work as a programmer for Apple; honing his sales and marketing skills with industry mogul Larry Ellison at Oracle; and his current role as CEO of Salesforce.com, providers of on-demand software services.
The South Australian government is looking at a software overhaul that could see Apple or Red Hat taking over from Microsoft on the state's PCs. Analysts warn, however, skills costs could still lead to a software environment dominated by a single platform.
I might have bought a Zune recently, but that doesn't mean I can't appreciate the design skills of the team at Apple. I knew that Apple would do a phone at some point, but I didn't know what it would look like (well, nobody did).
Former Apple exec Tim Schaaff expects to make sense of Sony's software plans. He'll need all the diplomatic skills he learned working with Steve Jobs.
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