So how about that Super Bowl? Given that your faithful recap writer isn't a particular fan of football, we largely missed the festivities, but that doesn't mean we weren't able to indulge in the commercials or partake of the requisite pizza and snacks just the same. It wasn't quite the same without an Apple commercial, but thankfully we've got some Cupertino-related news to kick off the post-Super Bowl week ahead...
eBay-owned PayPal is about to get even more up in your virtual grill this holiday season as it launches a new Digital Gifts initiative, kicking things off with electronic codes that can be spent on Apple's iTunes.
Apple issued a press release to remind the world that there are new iPhones arriving this Friday, while the latest flagship iPhone 5s appears to have sold out almost immediately after preorders launch early in China.
No doubt about it, the big news on Thursday was our top recap story: The lightning fast sellout of WWDC 2013 tickets. Judging from our own Twitter feed, there are plenty of bummed-out developers who didn't whip out the credit cards quite fast enough, a situation that has many calling for Apple to change how they sell tickets next time around. But there's a little something for everyone in today's recap, so read on...
The analysts can stop wringing their hands in anticipation, because Apple has just announced some first weekend sales figures for the company's latest iPad models, and they effectively double the previous launch.
Have your eye on one of those speedy new fourth-generation iPads but figured there was no hurry because Apple made plenty of them? Think again, buddy -- Cupertino's online store now shows all Wi-Fi models out of stock.
With a week to go before Amazon holds a media event, the e-tailer has announced its best-selling Kindle Fire is now sold out -- which certainly sounds more like "we stopped making them because a new model is coming" to us. While that seven-inch slate was quite nice a year ago, Google's Nexus 7 has pretty much made many of us forget all about the Kindle Fire, so Amazon is going to have to pull a real rabbit out of its hat to wow us once again. In the meantime, let's get caught up with the day's news for this Thursday, August 30, 2012.
Confirming Friday’s report that new iPad preorder ship dates have slipped past this Friday’s launch date, Apple says that demand for the new tablet has been “off the charts” -- with many eager buyers already lining up outside Apple retail stores to make sure they get one on March 16.
MacTech Boot Camp 2011 kicked off in San Francisco at the end of January to a sold-out crowd, and managed to do the same last week in Dallas. So where is the next event taking place, and how can you attend? We’re glad you asked.