Samsung already has a reputation for riding Apple's coattails when it comes to design, and now The Information is claiming (via AppleInsider) that the Korean tech giant has nabbed Tim Gudgel to design its own retail stores. Gudgel had formerly worked for Apple for almost six years according to his LinkedIn page, and The Information's two sources note that Gudgel will be working with Samsung to design stores as a part of Samsung's "deeper investment in U.S. retail."
We've seen scale models, we've seen a couple of works of concept art, but today Wired revealed an astonishing away of vivid and realistic images that show what life at Apple's new "spaceship" headquarters in Cupertino will look like once it's finished.
There’s something magical and fascinating about the time of the pharaohs that just grabs us. Whether it’s the boy king Tutankhamun, The Pyramids of Giza, or the extravagant hieroglyphic writing, ancient Egypt commands attention. We’re currently in the midst of Archaeology Month in more than a dozen U.S. states, so to celebrate, here are eight stellar apps that teach you all about the life, culture, history, and archaeology of one of the earliest and most celebrated civilizations.
If you've been wondering how things are progressing for Apple's shiny new "spaceship" campus, the San Jose Mercury News has some new information for you. With the help of a scale model Peter Oppenheimer, Apple's chief financial officer, showed the newspaper, it's possible to get better idea of what the actual 175-acre site will look like.
From The Louvre in Paris, to New York City's Grand Central Station, not only are Apple Stores considered the pinnacle of contemporary design, but they're placed in the most stunning and architecturally interesting locations in the world. This gallery showcases the 20 most beautiful Apple storefronts you'll find on earth. If you're traveling in any of these locations, be sure to stop by.
Should Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials give their approval on Wednesday, visitors to Grand Central Terminal will soon have a chance to pick up an iPad before catching the train. A couple of renderings of the new store were released today.
Lovers of all things architecture and Apple will appreciate this latest bit of news. Word has it that acclaimed British architect Norman Foster has been tapped to design Apple's new campus in the Cupertino area. The new land had been scooped up from HP last month for $300 million.
Steve Jobs now has the approval needed to tear down his 17,000 square-foot historic mansion, which once belonged to copper baron Daniel Jackling. In its place, he will build a new house--dare we call it, iHouse--that is somewhat modest for a billionaire technology CEO. Costing $8.45 million dollars, the 4,910 square-foot house will feature five bedrooms and plenty of windows and decks.