You know him from Breaking Bad, you may remember him from Malcolm in the Middle, but now you might be able to say you know actor Bryan Cranston as "the guy from the Apple ads." The news first surfaced when a number of perceptive listeners noticed an all-too-familiar voice in Apple's new "Pencil" ad.
When the jury gathers in November to determine the new amount that Samsung owes Apple for copying the iPhone and iPad, Samsung would like it very much if no one was allowed to tell the jury about how it copied the iPhone and iPad. Also, Apple has decided to break down and take care of Breaking Bad viewers who didn't know they had to pay twice for the final season. Another week of adventures for the Cupertino legal team!
Oh, Microsoft… you're back at it again with a new generation of Surface tablets, but we can only imagine that buyers will forget all about them when Apple unveils its next iPad, presumably at a media event next month. But kudos to the Windows maker for adopting the old saying "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again…"
America is addicted to AMC's Breaking Bad, a series that launched in 2008 and has seen its viewership double in the last year alone. Now in the middle of its last season, the series is one of the most hyped, watched, and talked-about cable television shows in the United States. However, something about the way AMC has cooked up this last season is causing some bad blood, and one consumer decided the best thing to do is to lawyer up and sue Apple.
Here we are looking at the final weeks of yet another year. While plenty of media outlets are pushing out best-of lists for 2012, Apple has today announced its own picks for the best movies, App Store games, music, and even podcasts in the iTunes store. The honorees include Action Movie FX as iPhone App of the Year, and The Room as best iPad Game of the Year.