Reports have surfaced that point to the iPhone being exclusive to AT&T until 2012. By then John Cusack will saved us all from the end of the world and the iPhone on Verizon will be the least of our worries.
Remember that brouhaha over at Gizmodo about the next generation iPhone? Well the story continues with super-secret informants. Riveting stuff.
Perchance AT&T and Apple could come to together to learn a thing or two from Spanish Telefonica, no? If you have a smartphone in Spain, you get a microSIM duplicate to share your existing Internet plan, all for the low low price of…free.
Welcome to Steam, the digital distribution client that's been in the PC gaming sphere for around seven years now. Steam allows you to purchase Valve games with a PayPal account or a credit card. Once the game is downloaded, the game title stays forever in your name and tied to your user account, so you can play it on virtually any system that has the Steam client installed--including that PC you have locked in the basement. Additionally, the client makes it so you never have to pay for that game again, even if you lose all of the data off of your hard drives and misplace the game's original discs.
Final Cut Pro is much more than an video editing program. You have at your disposal hundreds of filters you can apply to your clips and you can buy countless others produced by different companies. All these effects are housed in the Menu Bar’s Effects menu. But there’s another effect that isn’t available from there called "composite mode." Essentially, they’re designed to control how one layer of video affects another. We’ll be showing you how they work in this video tutorial by creating a backdrop for your lower-third title that fades to the right of the screen.
Valve has officially announced that Steam will launch for the Mac OS X operating system tomorrow, May 12th. The company will also subsequently release additional collections of Mac titles that are individually designed to highlight specific functionalities of Steam on the Mac.
The latest has the prosecutors having filed an argument that says details of the search are to be kept sealed to protect the identity of an informant who had confidentially participated in the investigation.
While it's been rumored in the past, new findings from court documents suggest Apple and AT&T did indeed have an exclusivity deal for the iPhone up through 2012. You can almost hear the collective groans now...
Simon Sinek, the author of Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action, explains his theory as why the world might be so Apple crazed. In one of the 600 and more talks that were filmed at TED this year, Sinek tries his best to justify the reason Apple has been so innovative over the decades.