If you want to prove to a friend that we're truly living in the future, look no further than Air Display, an innovative iOS app capable of extending your Mac or Windows desktop using an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.
Apple is notorious for its product placement. Unlike most companies, Cupertino doesn't pay for placement--it offers product instead. Sometimes it's subtle, and other times writers (who are oftentimes fans themselves) create entire episodes centered around a devotion to Apple. From vintage Apple to the iPad, here are 10 shows that feature Apple computers.
Could Google’s Chrome browser ever come to iOS? At least one analyst seems to think so today, and they seem confident that the search giant may even have a final version of the app waiting for Apple’s approval in the App Store. There’s not much to dislike about Mobile Safari, but choice is always a good thing -- even though Apple isn’t likely to ever voluntarily let us change the default browser on our iOS devices. Meanwhile, here’s a look at everything else making news for Tuesday, May 15, 2012.
By default, Apple’s Safari browser is set to block cookies from third parties as well as advertisers, but it a new investigation has turned up evidence that this may not be preventing Google and others from simply ignoring the setting to better track the ads they are serving up.
Hey! You in the suit! Apple wants you to use an iPhone instead of whatever else you've carrying in your pocket. In the latest issue of The Economist, Apple has placed a full page ad on the back cover bragging on the iPhone being business class.
Cupertino knows you think you love your BlackBerry, but wait until you see how awesome BrickBreaker looks on a retina display!
Apple has certainly never been shy about using celebrities to pimp their products -- from the iconic “Think Different” print ads to U2 front man Bono joining forces for the original RED iPod. But did you know that the company commissioned artwork from a soon to be famous artist back in 1989?
We already know that Steve Jobs and Company love iAds, because they’ve made such a big deal about them at media events for almost a year. Apparently some of you must love ‘em too, because Apple has now introduced a free app dedicated to them called iAd Gallery.