Jun 11

If you’ve missed the live blogs of many website or the live stream from Apple’s WWDC 2013 keynote yesterday, there is still hope. You can watch the keynote on Apple’s website and enjoy how Tim Cook, Phil Schiller, Eddy Cue and Craig Federighi announced products like new MacBook Airs, Mac OS X Mavericks, iOS 7, and even a sneak peak of the all new Mac Pro. Click on the image above to go directly to the keynote video.

Jun 21

On Monday, Microsoft held a secret press event in Los Angeles where it announced a new family of tablets under the name Surface. Along with Surface, the event revealed a branding shift for Microsoft, one that values the unity of hardware and software, and the idolization of aesthetics. Something about it felt familiar… » Microsoft Surface vs. Apple iPad Press Event

Apr 07

For the real Apple and Steve fans, a rare video can be seen above of Steve Jobs giving a Presentation in ca. 1980 on what Apple is all about. Enjoy. » Vintage Steve Jobs Presentation on What Apple Is All About

Apr 06

Walter Isaacson, author of the Steve Jobs biography, appeared at the John Adams Institute in Amsterdam where he gave a presentation sharing anecdotes about his time with the Apple cofounder and discussing the process of writing the book. Check out the video after the break. » Walter Isaacson Gives A Presentation About Steve Jobs

Jul 04

iDemo is an iPhone application that enables you to create real-time demonstrations of iPhone apps and games, just like Steve Jobs did during the keynote. You simple connect your iPhone with your Mac via Wi-Fi and a USB cable, and you will be able to see you iPhone in real time on your desktop. iDemo is just submitted to the App Store and is waiting for approval. You need iOS4 to make it work. We will let you know when iDemo has been approved. » iDemo For iOS 4 Submitted To The App Store

Jul 02

wwdc2009jpgApple has put videos of the developersessions of WWDC 2009 online. There are dozens of presentations, and a large amount of those presentations are about the development of applications for the iPhone. Each video is around 150MB large and can be viewed for free, if you are a member of the Apple Developer Connection. » Developer Sessions WWDC ’09 Put Online

Mar 19

images-1Starting on March 26th AT&T will sell the 8GB and the 16GB iPhone 3G with no contract for $599 and $699. Besides the no-commitment part AT&T will also not require any in store activation. That means you can get the handset and activate it later on. Unfortunately you won’t be able to buy iPhones in bulk as there’s a one per lineĀ rule in effect. Check out the AT&T presentation after the break.
» AT&T will sell the iPhone 3G with no contract and no activation

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