Last Tuesday, current Apple CEO Tim Cooks made his first appearance at the annual D: All Things Digital Conference. However, Steve Jobs was previously the star at these popular interviews, and he shared some pretty interesting information at all six years that he attended.
An announcement made on May 1st denotes that the Smithsonian will be hosting an exclusive exhibition for a limited time only. Highlighting the many patents of Steve Jobs, the exhibit will be titled “The Patents and Trademarks of Steve Jobs: Art and Technology that Changed the World.”
Based in Utah, a YouTube channel, namely InTheGarageTV, has featured a unique tribute to the garage where the roots of Apple were augmented and nurtured. This garage in Los Altos, CA, is where Apple Computers' foundations were first established between Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.
Way back in December of last year, 2011 if you’ve only woken up now after years of rest, it was rumored that one of Apple’s manufacturers based in China, Foxconn, was planning a large expansion. In hopes of eventually hiring 100,000 workers to work production jobs at their factory, the
“Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish”, a famous quote from a large figure in the history of our modern day, who has unfortunately passed, namely Steve Jobs. That quote not only symbolizes Jobs’ lifelong ethics, but it’s also the line cleverly painted into one of Virgin America’s numerous aircrafts. The Airbus-A380, one
iPhone/iPad Manufacturer Foxconn Replacing Workers with a Million Robots, Beginning of the End for Human Employment?
This story is more breaking, significant news than it may seem at first glance: Foxconn, which manufactures products for a wide array of electronics companies including Apple’s iOS devices, is going to replace workers with a million robots. The company is already using 10,000 with plans for 300,000 next year
350.56 -7.74 (-2.16%). That’s what Apple’s stock page reads over at Google Finance (the close of the market yesterday). If you take a look at Apple’s 1 day or even 5 day stock progression, you’ll see that’s it’s dropped considerably. The significance? This is the period when much speculation has
FutureTap today released an update to its popular points of interest finder, Where To, which now includes TomTom integration. The new feature allows users to save a location to their TomTom app for quick and intuitive navigation to their chosen point of interest. The "Add to My TomTom" feature requires version 1.3 of the TomTom app.
FutureTap also added a variety of other features to the Where To, which are listed after the break.
Today TomTom released another impressive update for its iPhone app, including optional traffic updates (via in-app purchase) plus a slew of new features, such as Google local search, pinch to zoom, automatic day/night mode, and music fading for voice directions. The update is free to existing users, and the app is now $30 cheaper for U.S. and Canada.
The list of new features follows the break.
TomTom announced this week that version 1.3 of the TomTom iPhone app has been submitted for consideration to the App Store. The new version will include real-time traffic speed and incident reports, local search powered by Google, as well as some other tweaks and improvements. The update will be free for all previous owners, although we're not sure if TomTom plans to charge for the traffic data.