With millions of apps, movies, TV episodes, and albums available for purchase at our fingertips, it can be hard to keep track of it all. iTunes' new history tracker shows us what we've browsed, but it's not very discretionary, and there's no such feature for the App Store. Whatever your preferred method, if you're a rabid list maker, there's a good chance that Recall - Reminders for Recommendations will replace it. Basically, it does what iTunes and App Stores should have done all along: Keep lists of the digital media you might want to buy and make sure you don't forget about them.
As if the idea weren't already absurd enough, analysts are saying that even if Apple did consider a recall of the iPhone 4, it would simply cost way too much money. According to estimates made by Bernstein Research analyst Toni Sacconaghi, a full product recall of the iPhone 4 would coast Apple $1.5 billion, or about 3.5 percent of its total earnings from the device.
With the iPhone 4 antenna problems, Apple could have set itself up for a PR nightmare. With Consumer Reports flip-flopping between "Best Smartphone" and "Not Recommended," what will Apple do? Some crisis management people suggest Apple will inevitably issue a recall of the newest iPhone to smooth things over.
If you’re one of the many who purchased a 2008 model Time Capsule and have had problems with it, Apple has some good news for you: You can now get it repaired or even replaced free of charge, and if you’ve already paid to have it fixed, you could have some money coming back to you.
For those obsessed with the very real, and very frightening, theory of spontaneous combustion. This story provides all the proof you need to become a recluse shut-in that consumes ten times the daily recommended amount of water and to wrap yourself up in ice packs. KABOOM!