It had its share of problems, but Apple Maps is back with a vengeance. Powered by some jaw-dropping 3D graphics and enjoying an aggressive multi-platform strategy, Apple is finally set to redefine our geospatial expectations – and take Google down a few notches.
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If it rains while the sun shines, you get a rainbow. When the sun shoots a filament toward Earth, you get an aurora. Amazing NASA cause and effect photos over last weekend, from Sun to Yukon.
A sun bathing glamour puss gets hot by the poolside. She sprays. The same technique could cool down beautiful planet Earth.
Trouble with your GPS? Your computer is mysteriously rebooting? It's probably due to the effects of a solar storm.
Although the iPhone 4S wasn't the earth-shattering announcement we were hoping for, somehow the iPod still got lost in the shuffle.
Earth Day Special Feature 2011: "Big Bud" is a trailer that allows owners to control agricultural processes remotely from their iPhone.
The sun shines on New York City's first solar-powered electric vehicle charging station. Beautiful Earth Group brings photovoltaic panels, steel shipping containers, and an electric MINI Cooper together at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Remember that cool WiFi hotspot feature that was revealed at the Verizon iPhone 4 event? Remember how we all salivated? Well, it's time for our dreams to come crashing back down to earth as we get a look at the pricing.
The Android phone-maker has launched a pre-emptive strike against Apple, arguing that the patents it is using to sue HTC are invalid and unusable against Motorola
Network down? It's the Sun what done it...
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory is sending back photos and data from the sun that could tell us a great deal about the earth.
Like most mobile tech enthusiasts I followed the Gizmodo iPhone story, but just finished reading a comment posted on Andy Ihnatko's Chicago Sun Time site that indicate Gizmodo may have been punk'd by Apple and the device may just be one of many prototypes floating around and have no relation at all to the upgraded iPhone we all except this summer
The camera manufacturer wants the US International Trade Commission to halt imports of iPhones and camera-enabled BlackBerrys into the US
Google Earth 2.0 for iPhone now allows you to log in and view your saved maps and maps shared by others.
Sunday night McNealy gave the audience at Oracle OpenWorld several more McNealy-esque quips on his take of the tech world and Sun's role in it.
VentureBeat reports (via News reports coming out of China) that 25 year-old Sun Danyong committed suicide on July 9 after a fourth-generation iPhone prototype he was responsible for went missing. Danyong worked for Foxconn in Shenzhen in Guangdong province near Hong Kong which manufacturers iPhones for Apple.
There's new research on the links between solar cycles on the Sun, and the weather here on earth. This work was done by American scientists and finds connection between the 11-year solar cycles and El Nino and similar weather events on earth.
ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das speaks with senior editor Sam Diaz about the efforts of Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace to up their Web 2.0 game. Diaz also discusses the significance of the Sun-Oracle deal to the data center market and the rumors swirling around Apple and Verizon. Will there be an alternative to AT&T for iPhone users?
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