Apple’s plans to bring the world’s largest iStore to Grand Central always seemed to defy all laws of taste, landmarks preservation and possibly even physics.
Apparently, Apple has reached the same conclusion, because a source close to the M.T.A. has confirmed that the company has backed out of plans to bring computers to Read More
Magazine publishers were some of the first big believers in the potential of Apple’s iPad, with Conde Nast saying they expected as much as 40% of their revenues would come from tablet devices in the future.
But the romance has quickly soured, as publishers push back against Apple’s increasingly domineering stance to subscriptions and advertising. Read More
The Daily was News Corp.’s valentine to Apple, a premium tablet product that was unveiled this month by Rupert Murdoch, Jesse Angelo, and Apple’s Eddy Cue.
But when it came to the advertising that would be featured in The Daily, the logical choice for ad placement, Apple’s iAd, lost out to the New Read More
It was a little over a year ago that David Carr first wrote about the, “so-called Jesus tablet that can do anything, including saving some embattled print providers from doom”.
The notion that the walled garden that Apple was creating would encourage users to purchase content they were accustomed to getting Read More
No more “Droid Does.”
Verizon has uploaded its first self-congratulatory iPhone commercial to YouTube, and it’s just about the opposite of the ridiculous robot-themed campaigns it’s been running to promote Android phones.
The Android ads were dark and scary, with evil-looking machines poking at touchscreens with their creepy metallic fingers.
By contrast, Read More
The Observer broke the story a few weeks back about Fei Lam, the 17-year old kid from Queens who sold more than $130,000 worth of parts for the unreleased white iPhone 4.
Last week Steve Wozniak revealed his personal copy of the white iPhone 4. At first major outlets like CNN assumed he Read More
Apple is ready to play hardball with Fei Lam, the teenager from Queens who built a six-figure business selling parts for the unreleased white iPhone 4.
According to Lam’s attorney, Andrew M. Jaffe, private investigator Jimmy Robbins, who first contacted Lam, was working for Apple.
But when Jaffe called Robbins, he was informed that Robbins Read More
UPDATE: Now It’s Personal: Apple ditches private investigator, personally taking on teen who sold white iPhone 4 kits > Read the breaking news here !
A 17-year-old geek from Queens has turned the fervor for the unreleased white iPhone 4 into a six-figure business — enough to send himself to Read More