Apple shocked the industry with 64-bit support within the A7 processor and iPhone 5S. Less of a shock but also surprising the M7 motion co-processor opens up opportunities for future low-power companion devices as the company begins to focus on fashion as a market ripe for wearables, such as…
Apple CEO inspired by The Fancy for iPad Apple Store app?
Tweet The iPad invasion has devoured the netbook business and driven the PC industry into the ground, so expect a price war this Christmas as PC manufacturers, led by Acer [ACER INC] and Lenovo [LNVGY], struggle to woo new customers with a PC price war. But, with a reputation as a top-tier computer maker which […]
Tweet So the news is that Apple may acquire Cambridge-based chip designer, ARM Holdings for $8 billion. Chips designed by ARM now feature in nearly every one of the 4bn mobile phones in use around the world. ARM designs are deployed in Apple iPhones and iPads. Analyst Richard Holway of TechmarketView said. “I have no […]
Tweet Here, courtesy of Silicon Alley Insider, is a nice graph which shows you – plainly – just how important iPhone is to Apple, representing 40 percent of company revenues.
Tweet From the archives, cheers 9to5 for the tip.
Tweet Alright people, you know the drill. Apple’s expected to introduce new MacBook/Pro/Air today, and the Apple Store went down around five minutes ago at c. 11.39 UK time. Sure enough around 1:30pm the Apple Press Release appeared – so read all about the new Macs in the release below – they’re faster, offer excellent […]
Tweet Amazon has kept its promise with the introduction of “Kindle for Mac”, a free application which lets you read Kindle titles on your Mac.
Tweet TalkTalk is dumping Windows to make the switch to Apple Mac, revealing it intends giving MacBooks to its 1,500 UK staff as it demerges from Computer Warehouse. The company told The Times it is currently testing MacBooks with 150 staff members at its London head office. Once the trial succeeds, TalkTalk will introduce MacBooks […]
Tweet Apple has climbed one spot on its November 2009 online retailers position to claim fourth place in the latest chart as defined by IMRG and HItwise. Amazon UK (which does sell “electricals”) continues to hold first place in terms of the number of visits, followed by Argos and Play.com. And while both Amazon and […]