Well, Apple's future is getting close to becoming clear as the date for WWDC 2014 has finally been let loose. Looks like some tech journalists are going to be revamping any early summer vacation plans. Meanwhile, it feels like it's been so long since Microsoft had a hit that this week's news of how well Office for iPad did can't help but be a shot in the arm. Plus games, leaks, updates and new stuff all in this week's hottest news.
"Going green" has been a bit of a buzz-phrase for some time now, but it's definitely not a passing trend. More and more people have made the effort to live their lives in ways that reduce the mark they leave on the environment. You don't have to make major changes to your entire lifestyle; even the smallest modification, like biking to work one day a week or unplugging the television when it's not on, can help make your way of living more sustainable. We've collected eight apps that can help put you on the track to a greener lifestyle, which will benefit you just as much as it does the earth and its many inhabitants.
The Kindle, and later the iPad, have sparked a huge interest in e-books, but most merely replicate what we’re used to on the printed page. Well, that's not good enough for our former vice president. Al Gore has worked with Push Pop Press to produce something different: a digital version of his book Our Choice that takes advantage of the unique technologies offered by Apple’s iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone.
Greenpeace giveth, and Greenpeace taketh away. The international environmental advocacy group is once again criticizing Apple, this time over the iPad’s addition to the growing market for cloud computing.
has released their 2010
Responsibility Progress Report, an annual summary of the
company's efforts to ensure that all suppliers “provide safe
working conditions, treat workers with dignity and respect, and use
environmentally responsible manufacturing processes.”