Have you heard the news? Apple is doomed because the iPhone 5c isn't low priced enough… or is it because they didn't announce preorder numbers for the first weekend? No matter, Apple executives just shrug and move on, apparently.
There are just two days to go before iOS 7 hits the streets ahead of new iPhones on Friday, and judging from the increasing volume of updates hitting our devices, developers have been working overtime to get their apps ready for Apple's latest mobile operating system. Let's kick off our weekend recap with one such up-and-coming release, shall we?
It was a relatively quiet weekend on the tech front, presumably the calm before the storm now that Apple's September 10 media event is only one day away at this writing. If you're simply too excited about the announcement of a new iPhone or two tomorrow, calm yourself down by boning up on everything else that went down this weekend, then head back here on Tuesday for the latest on what Apple has in store for us!
By all accounts, it appears that Ashton Kutcher's star turn as Steve Jobs only managed to scrape together a little over half of its $12 million budget during opening weekend, where estimates put the indie movie in seventh place. It probably didn't help that reviews were mixed, but feel free to chime in with your own thoughts in the comments if you ventured out to the theater to see for yourself… and maybe you even caught our first news item of the weekend as well…?
Okay, everyone -- you can stop feeling sorry for Nokia and shift that empathy to BlackBerry now that the former's Lumia line of Windows Phone handsets have officially out-shipped the latter over the last three months.
We don't know about you, but it's been a long week and we're looking forward to some vacation time in the weeks ahead! Apparently the folks at our favorite tech companies are working through the summer, however, because there's some cool stuff on the way judging from Thursday's headlines, which we put into snack-sized form to kick off your Friday right here...
Remember all those stories from years ago about the lengths wealthy Russians went to in order to get their hands on an iPhone? Apparently, Apple has fallen out of favor in the former Soviet country, where Windows Phone is becoming more popular.
Nokia executives may be playing coy when answering questions about whether or not the company will ever make a Windows tablet, but newly leaked photos reveal the Finnish smartphone maker has already abandoned one such device.
It's not often that a goliath tech company like Microsoft admits it was wrong and actually changes course before a highly anticipated new product release. Sadly we're not talking about Windows 8, but rather the company's even more lucrative Xbox One. Microsoft has responded to vocal gamers (and a little pressure from Sony didn't hurt), so read on to find out what they changed...