Nov 26

Last week, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak stepped on the TEDx stage in Brussels for the first time ever to discuss his view of technology and innovation. “Steve Wozniak is a pioneer of the digital age, he was one of the three founders of Apple Computer, setting up in Steve Jobs’ garage in 1976. Woz, as he is almost universally known, designed the hardware, circuit boards and operating system for the Apple I. After a plane crash in 1981, Wozniak played a reduced role at Apple, ending full time employment in 1987.” » Technology & Social Revolution: Steve Wozniak at TEDxBrussels

Nov 26

As most of you know by now, Apple has dropped the YouTube app from the list of pre-loaded stock Apps in iOS 6. Google already released a stand-alone YouTube app which can be downloaded here. But today I would like to introduce you to something different, Jasmine. Jasmine is a fast, full-featured YouTube client for iOS, is compatible with the iPhone 5 and Retina iPad and can be downloaded here for free. » Jasmine: A Minimalist & Full Featured YouTube Client For iOS

Nov 25

Telegraph reports that the Black Eyed Peas star will be launching an iPhone accessory next week that promises to transforms the eight megapixel smartphone camera into a 14 megapixel camera. There are not much details available about this camera accessory but it is described as interfacing to the iPhone through the dock-connector and has its own camera and flash hardware. » To Launch 14 Megapixel Camera Add-on For iPhone Next Week

Nov 24

Harry McCracken from Technologizer has posted some photographs taken by Paul Terrell of the Byte Shop in Mountain View (one of the only computer stores in the world), California in 1976. Terrell said that Jobs and Wozniak came into his shop with the first version of the Apple-1 asking him to sell it to his customers. Above you see a photo of the circuit board hooked up to a keyboard and monitor. » Photographs Of The First Apple Computers Ever Made

Nov 23

Rockstar games has just announced that Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 10th Anniversary Edition will launch for iOS via the App Store and Android through Google Play on December 6th, with both versions priced at $4.99.

This 10th Anniversary Edition brings the full experience of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City to mobile devices, with native high-resolution graphics and several enhancements unique to the iOS and Android platforms including updated character models and lighting effects, new and more precise firing and targeting options, a fully customizable control layout and native support for Retina display devices.

Vice City will work on the iPad, iPhone 4, 4S & 5, iPod touch 4th & 5th Generation. After the break you can find a full list of compatible phones and tablets. » Grand Theft Auto: Vice City For iOS To Be Launched On December 6th

Nov 23

Apple has began its one day Black Friday sales. People in Australia and New Zealand are among the first who can enjoy discount on Apple products. The discount in these countries can be found below.

– iPad with Retina Display. A$ 41.00 Off
– iPad 2. A$ 31 Off
– iPod touch. A$ 31 Off
– iPod touch 4th Generation. A$ 25 Off
– iPod nano. A$ 11 Off
– MacBook Pro with Retina Display. A$ 105 Off
– MacBook Pro. A$105 Off
– MacBook Air. A$105 Off
– Various Accessories

The prices above are for Australian residents, but the discount and prices should be the same in the U.S.. However both Best Buy and MacMall seem to have bigger discounts than Apple.

Nov 22

According to a post on the macrumors forum, Apple is asking record labels to submit pictures and galleries of their artists to iTunes for use in iTunes 11’s new Music Store layout. The email above was sent to artists by German music distribution service Feiyr. iTunes 11 was supposed to be released last month, but was delayed and is supposed to ship by the end of November.

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