The seemingly troubled Steve Jobs biopic now being produced at Universal Pictures apparently wasn't always so complicated, as newly leaked emails from the Sony hack reveal in our Friday Morning Report. We've also got details on a new Adobe pickup, and the addition of PayPal to Apple's Online Store, so get ready for the weekend by clicking ahead, won't you...?
Christian Bale seemed so perfect for the role of Steve Jobs in the upcoming Danny Boyle biopic. He had the acting chops, the looks, and of course, the temper. Alas, it's not to be. Despite a wave of excitement for his casting that brought coverage all the way to Conan O'Brien's show, the Hollywood Reporter claims that Bale stepped down because he believed he "was not right for the part."
A new report claims that Christian Bale is currently in talks to star in the upcoming Aaron Sorkin-penned biopic, which has been plagued with false starts and changing team members almost since news of it first surfaced. Just last month, Leonardo DiCaprio was considering portraying the Apple co-founder, but he reportedly withdrew out of a desire for a lengthy break.
Will your next iPhone cost you $100 more? As we reported Monday, at least one analyst seems to believe so, and like it or not, that could be the price of everyone clamoring for a bigger iPhone 6. Thankfully, other companies appear to be eyeing ways for their customers to actually save money, and we've got at least two such examples in today's news roundup...
A big week for stories about Apple competitors. There's a real rogues' gallery of names here from Google to Samsung from Microsoft to Amazon. And if you're a fan of the actor Christian Bale, then you're in for a treat. Meanwhile, it's not too early to start thinking about your summer vacation. All that and more beneath the fold.
Security issues and games dominate this week's exciting round up of news stories. It's the end of the week and the end of the month, so we've got your app games in roundups galore so you can find the best of the best of what's out there. Meanwhile, if you lost your shirt in a Bitcoin hack, Angry Birds could be to blame. Wait, what? Find out what the heck that's all about and so much more, by digging in to the news of the week.