Facebook today unveiled its plans to take the popular social networking
service into the next decade. Max Zuckerberg, CEO and Founder of the
company, announced the roadmap at a private, catered dinner he held for
journalists, investors and socialites.
Salty the iPhone was once dunked in the ocean and nearly abandoned for dead. But he emerged from his ordeal with super powers, like advice-giving, a good grasp on sarcasm, and the very human need to be held. Pose your iPhone-related and/or philosophical quandries at email@example.com, and bask in the glow of his latest round of wisdom after the jump...
While running errands, I decided to check out the ongoing train wreck that is, Circuit City. The stores are in the final days of liquidation and I frankly can't remember the last time I've been inside one. On my official last visit to a Circuit City, I found a bit of hilarity.
A tiny typo has Apple fan all up in arms, one loyal Mac user was heard saying "If they can't type their product's name correctly, what reason do I have to go on living!" That man was later seen weeping over his newly purchased Windows machine trying to figure out Vista.
When was the last time a tech device captured the pop-culture imagination quite so completely? So we thought we’d note the most prominent iPhone sightings in the pop-cult sphere. Here, our favorite iPhone film, TV, and Web-video cameos from the last year or so.
It's the stuff of analyst's dreams. A $99 iPhone with an incredibly cheap data plan. Our Mac|Life super spies snuck into a top secret Apple building in Cupertino and "borrowed" the prototype for the $99 iPhone. Check out the incredibly fake image after the jump.
We know you're excited about Woz's upcoming appearance on "Dancing With the Stars," (premiering March 9 zomg!), and so are we. But then we got to thinking...what other reality shows would be made a million times more awesome with the addition of an Apple bigwig to the cast? Um, yeah, that would be all of them. Like these here, after the jump: