Apple CEO Tim Cook took the stage in San Francisco to talk about the company's latest retail store in China, a price reduction for Apple TV, and the new HBO Now streaming plan before moving on to updates on how the iPhone is selling.
Those of us who have been around the personal computer block for a while remember the pain and agony of having to download and install software updates — a practice that now looks positively quaint in the era of app stores and stealth updates. The folks at Opera announced this week that Opera 22 for Mac and Windows is jumping on the silent update bandwagon, along with fresh new theme-based looks. And hey, after you update to the latest version, surf back here to catch up on everything you missed yesterday...
Originally we heard that Apple would be hosting its next press event on October 15, but that date looks as though it was off just a tad. As reported by AllThingsD this afternoon, Apple's next event will fall on October 22, and the focus will center squarely on the upcoming fifth generation iPad and the new iPad mini, although some attention will be given to the Mac Pro and OS X Mavericks as well.
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First, TechCrunch claimed Facebook's June 20 event would unveil a news reader, and now the website has an insider tip that the social network may go head-to-head with Vine by introducing video to Instagram instead.
The main event at Adobe's MAX 2013 conference in Los Angeles was a pair of two-hour keynotes that focused on the company's new Creative Suite, as well as on how its users embrace the creative process. While Monday's keynote heralded a big shift toward the subscription-only Creative Cloud software, Tuesday morning's keynote, "Community Inspires Creativity," focused strictly on the creative process as four designers from different fields hit the stage to talk about inspiration and their different approaches to work.
There's nothing gamers like better than updates to their favorite titles -- especially when it's new cross-platform support for Borderlands 2 for Mac, or rumors of a possible Xbox event being held next month.
Do you often find yourself skipping out on events because you don't have the time to attend? Temporal angst is on the rise despite all of the modern conveniences around today, as we've decided to fill our free time with that much more work. uTemporis's Time to Enjoy arrives on the scene, ends excuses and commands you to have fun.