The rumored Apple smartchwatch is gaining legs, as both The Verge and Bloomberg both reported on its current development status and its targeted release date for later this year. Bloomberg reported on Monday that Apple is building a team made up of “about 100 product designers” who are working on an
The third confirmation of the iWatch rumor has been revealed. After the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal’s sources whispered of Apple working on a wristwatch computing device, Bloomberg queried its own internal sources and published some juicy information about the iWatch project that Apple reportedly has in
Apple rumors are always juicy, but this latest one takes the cake. Apple is falling apart because Jony Ive and its design team have too much power, designing ultra-sleek products that are difficult to manufacture. This, according to a respected analyst.
After eighteen months of running Apple following Steve Jobs’ untimely death, dark clouds have gathered above Tim Cook’s head: Apple is expected to report its first profit drop in a long time. This begs the question: Is Tim Cook a perfect fit for the CEO position, or should the Apple board
Many iPhone fans remember the day that Jobs unveiled the iPhone at the Macworld Conference & Expo in 2007. It was at that event that he made the first public phone call on the iPhone, and that call went to Ive. Since then, the iPhone has become a pop culture
An update to the Skype iPhone/iPod Touch app [App Store, free] has hit the app store, and now supports calling over 3G. With Skype, users can call or text anyone else using Skype for free. However, Skype has announced that they plan to start charging a monthly fee. Their app description simply states, "Call using your 3G connection. Skype-to-Skype calls on 3G are free until at least end of August 2010, after which there will be a small monthly fee (operator charges for data will still apply)."
The app may still be handy for iPod Touch users, but I don't see why iPhone users will pay Skype to make calls if they're already paying their phone provider.
AT&T has just announced that they're now expanding the areas in which you can get one of those cool, little 3G MicroCell boxes. You know, the ones that create your own little AT&T cell tower using your home Internet connection?
In addition to North Carolina (AT&T's initial test area), the MicroCells are now available in parts of Georgia, South Carolina, San Diego, and Las Vegas. If you'd like to check for MicroCell availability in your area, head to att.com/3GMicroCell and enter your ZIP code.