Here's one that will likely chap the behinds of mobile executives who just spent the national gross income of a small country to attend Mobile World Congress: Apple's latest tablet was voted best, and they didn't even have to show up.
It's not the first time iTunes chief Eddy Cue has stepped in to accept an honor on behalf of his former boss, but this time, the Apple senior VP gave an emotional speech about Steve Jobs at the same time.
The results of the 2013 Harris Poll EquiTrend study are in, and once again Apple has nabbed the top of the charts for its performance in the computer, tablet, and mobile phone categories. As Cult of Mac reports, the charts in question covered a wide variety of aspects such as brand recognition, emotional response to the brand, and purchasing consideration. So much for all that doom and gloom about Apple losing its edge.
Few would argue that Apple has made a significant impact on the music industry in recent years, and over the weekend the company’s late CEO was honored with a posthumous Special Merit Grammy Award recognizing those accomplishments.
One of the caveats for developers when it comes to WWDC, is the chance to be considered in Apple's Apple Design Award Competition, which is a program that recognizes apps that "set the standard for excellence" on Apple's platforms. Quietly announced in today's WWDC details though, was that apps must be included in the App Store by May 23rd in order to be up for an award.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts held its annual video game awards ceremony last night in London. The awards come every year as a way to showcase excellent game design across the industry. They highlight winners in a number of categories, and this was the first year that an iOS game took home the honor of Best Handheld Game.
Congratulations to the winners of the Mac|Life Awards for 2011! We scoured the floor at Macworld Expo to find the coolest new hardware and software, and unearthed these geeky bits of goodness. Bust out your credit card, because we think you'll want them as much as we do.
We scoured the CES 2011 show floor looking for the best, most innovative products that this year's massive consumer trade show has to offer. Read on for a look at this year's most innovative iOS gadget, content creation device, lifestyle product and iPhone accessory, and audio dock, plus their runner-ups.
As the Mayan time-line nears its end, the job market continues to fluctuate and North Korea keeps on keeping on, the frightened, confused denizens of earth cry out to anyone that will listen, pleading for a calming voice of reason to give us something--anything--that resembles a spot of good news. What's that you say? PANTONE has announced their Color of the Year for 2011?