With the extended Thanksgiving weekend upon us here in the U.S., it's time for one final Morning Report for the month of November. Our Wednesday edition includes details on the fate of iPhone 5c, as well as Google's coveted deal as the default iOS search engine, plus a swanky new version of HandBrake for Mac has hit the street with new encoders in tow. We'll be back on Monday, December 1 in time for Cyber Monday — see you then!
In what has to be one of the quickest turnarounds in Hollywood history, the Steve Jobs biopic dumped by Sony last week has a new home at Universal, complete with a new leading man to play the iconic Apple CEO. Our Tuesday Morning Report also has the details on a pair of new iPhone 6 commercials, and an opportunity to win $5,000 for you and good cause just by giving Adobe Voice a spin on your iPad. Click to read more!
Seeing some of your favorite iOS apps going (RED)? Don't worry, it's all part of a new Apple promotion that also includes donations to the Global Fund for the fight against AIDS this Friday and next Monday as well. Our Monday Morning Report has all of the details, along with news that Square will be adding Apple Pay support in 2015, and an innovative new way to record Mac-based FaceTime calls. Don't delay, click ahead!
We're now officially one week out from that notorious shopping holiday known as Black Friday, but judging from the number of deals retailers have been throwing out over the last couple weeks, it's hard to imagine there will be much left to offer next week. Our Friday Morning Report casts a spotlight on iPhone 6 Plus availability, along with improvements to Plex and BitTorrent Sync, so click on to read more!
Hollywood loved former Apple CEO Steve Jobs, but Sony just can't seem to get an official screen adaptation of the iconic figure's life off the ground. Our Thursday Morning Report has details on how Sony grounded the high-flying project and what happens next, along with a nifty new Mac app for syncing video and music, plus an update to Adobe Lightroom. It's all right here, and only a click away!
Our Wednesday Morning Report is a veritable cornucopia of good news, particularly for the residents of Mesa, Arizona, who may get a reprieve following the failed sapphire manufacturing facility former Apple partner GT Advanced abandoned last month. Chrome for Mac also gains 64-bit support, and owners of the latest iPad models have a great new case option as well. Don't delay, click ahead to read more!
It's good to be the king, and when it comes to mobile payments, Apple executive Eddy Cue is the lord of the manor after spearheading Apple Pay. Our Tuesday Morning Report follows Cue around Santa Monica presumably spending corporate cash, while AT&T Mobile Share Value customers get another data bump, and Wi-Fi issues continue for OS X Yosemite users. Clickety-click, the news awaits!
Apple's App Store ambitions in China just got significantly larger with the addition of UnionPay, perhaps the biggest payment option available to billions of customers in that country. In addition to that announcement, our Monday Morning Report also has details on the new Skype for Web beta, and the resurrection of another Amiga gaming classic. Don't delay, click ahead and find out all the details!
They're manufacturing how many Apple Watches?! Judging from sources in the supply chain, Apple appears to be anticipating yet another runaway hit for the wearable device, and we've got all the details in our Thursday Morning Report. There's also a new Office for Mac 2011 patch and the complete rundown on Google's new YouTube subscription service for music lovers. All the news that's fit to print is just a click away!
Apple appears to finally be shaking off the iOS 8 blues, judging from the rising rate of adoption detailed in our Wednesday Morning Report. We've also got news about Nautilus jumping on board the HealthKit bandwagon, along with a bunch of cool digital goodies coming up in two weeks courtesy of Verizon Wireless. You'll have to click to find out all the details!