More ridiculous Steve Jobs health news, Apple finally frees developers from the chains of the SDK NDA and listeners share their fun "Brick" speculations.
An indie super-band is chosen for our weekly, "Keep or Delete." Each week we download and review the free iTunes song of the week and decide whether we're going to keep or delete the file. This week's artist:
Don’t tell hardcore Mac user (and Republican) Rush Limbaugh, but Apple’s market share skews towards Democrats. According to Vincent Vizzaccaro, executive vice president of Marketing and Strategic Alliances, there “seems to be quite a strong correlation between typically Democratic voting states and higher concentrations of Mac usage.”
The trick for the engineers is to create gadgets with features galore that can still be fueled by batteries small enough—and efficient enough—to make sense for portable devices. The trick for us, meanwhile, is to keep our power-hungry gear charged. In the search for alternative battery chargers, we present our favorite innovative, earth-friendly power providers.
Nearly one week into the month-long Blogger Challenge, here's an update: We've got tons of great prizes, you've got a better-than-great chance of winning one if you participate, and I've got the Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Do So Today.
Apple’s reputation as a leader in innovation is well established, even legendary. But Apple’s successes aren’t just good business for Apple…they’re the source of competing and complementary inventions that never break orbit from Apple Inc. In other words, while some companies build products, Apple builds entire industries.