December isn't off to a particularly great start for Apple, with news that a lucrative contract with the L.A. Unified School District is being abandoned. Find out why in our Wednesday Morning Report, along with details on a pair of new Mac products to help you write better and expand the horizons of those Thunderbolt 2 ports. It's all just a click away!
We're still recovering from a lack of sleep after waking up in the middle of the night in an effort to place a preorder for the iPhone 6 Plus, and it seems we certainly weren't alone. In addition to that misadventure, Friday's Morning Report also dishes on new LaCie d2 drives and the ability to upload 10GB files to Microsoft SkyDrive. Onward to the news!
Video and multimedia professionals converged on Las Vegas over the weekend for the start of this year's National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) conference, where software and hardware makers will roll out a bevy of new products this week. And hey, some of them are already landing in our weekend recap, so read on and get up to speed on what's new...
Thursday was certainly not a dull day when it came to iOS apps, and we've got a trio of them to share with you to cap off the week. There's also some chatter about new hardware coming down the pike, including details on how shutterbugs can throw their hat into the ring to try out the latest Eye-Fi hardware. Read on for more, and enjoy the weekend!
Apple's Thunderbolt is a technically superior connection to USB 3.0, but its advantages may soon be outweighed by the price factor thanks to the arrival of USB 3.1. Announced this week, USB 3.1 offers speeds up to 10Gbps, matching Thunderbolt every step of the way, but at a cheaper cost to manufacturers. Even with the more powerful Thunderbolt 2 coming soon, the writing is already on the wall for the expensive port.