We've all been through the frustrations of parking our vehicles, finding our vehicles, and dealing with rogue parking garages. A patent that was made public shows Apple is trying to ease some of those frustrations with a new app.
If there's one thing for certain in all the hoopla about the impending
Apple event on January 27th, it's, to quote Hollywood screenwriter
William Goldman, nobody knows nothing. Rumor, speculation, innuendo,
gleanings from patent applications, all of this rounds up to a big fat
zero until the magic day.
But here's one more rumor to keep your thirst almost-slaked.
In what will certainly be viewed as an escalation of the Google vs. Apple tensions, a new report finds Cupertino in talks with once bitter rival Microsoft to make their Bing service the default search engine on the iPhone.
If an analyst from Canaccord Adams is to be believed, next Wednesday Apple CEO Steve Jobs will not only unveil the fabled tablet, but cap it off with “two more things” -- one of which is an announcement that Verizon is getting the iPhone in June.
Old-school gamers look back fondly on consoles such as the Sega Genesis, which launched the esteemed careers of such characters as Sonic the Hedgehog. Very soon, you can relive those bygone gaming days on your very own iPhone.