Despite a rocky start to Apple's livestream yesterday, everyone is still buzzing about the new iPhone 6 models, Apple Pay, and the forthcoming Apple Watch. Wednesday's Morning Report has a few items you might have missed in the excitement, including rumors of a Path acquisition, the possibility of Discover joining Apple Pay, and the fate of the iPod classic. Read on to find out all of the details!
The 2013 holiday season is upon us, and for many of us, that means getting saddled with a stack of prepaid gift cards. PayPal is making them less of a hassle this year by now accepting such payment methods anywhere the service is used.
It's been almost a week since Apple's media event that unveiled more products than you could shake a stick at, which means that pundits have had ample time to scrutinize the keynote and weigh in on the fate of the company. Overall, the event lacked surprises, but all of the free software available the same day certainly was enough for us. Hungry for more? Tune into Cupertino's quarterly earnings call, which kicks off in just a few short hours...
A sixth-generation iPhone isn't the only thing many people are looking forward to this fall -- it's an election year, and that means political fever is at an all-time high! If you can't enough of the rallies and following the daily ups and downs of your favorite Presidential candidate, hit the App Store and help Rock the Vote with a free app that pits Obama against Romney in a light-hearted cartoon game -- then be sure to register to vote right from inside the app when you're done! Curious to know more? Then read on and find out all the news for this Wednesday, August 22, 2012.
There are almost as many Wikipedia-based apps as there are articles in Wikipedia. Okay, that's an exaggeration, but there are tons of apps that help put everyone's favorite online source of data in your pocket. While you could read Wikipedia’s article on apps, we think our article is much better [need citation].