News tagged ‘Player’
Chad Knight and Jeff King, who are professional skateboarders, purchased a brand-new Apple iPad and decided to check if it can replace the standard skateboard. Another crazy test - on the video above!
- Addressing some issues that improve stability and performance.
- Addressing a usability issue with VoiceOver and Genius Mixes;
- Addressing several stability issues with VoiceOver;
- Addressing issues with converting songs to 128 kbps AAC while syncing (this function was previously available only for iPod shuffle)
Recently Apple Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook and Chief Financial Officer Peter Oppenheimer had a financial conference call with the press and analysts. Here are some interesting facts we gained from the conversation:
Here is a video posted by hacker cdevwill. We can see the Voice Control app used on the jailbreaked (hacked) iPad. Take a look:
Watch the next video - 5 reasons NOT to buy an iPad.
We all like jokes. But what are the best practical tech jokes? CNet specialists know the answer. Let's find out:
Guess what gadget won the first place? Well... wrong answer, this one got the second place. Take a look at the video:
This week Apple posted ten new vacancies on its site. They all are related to North Carolina Data Center. Currently Apple is looking for Engineers and Technicians, though the position of Chief Operation Engineer hasn't been filled since January.
Apple's new North Carolina Data Center is approximately 5 times bigger that existing 109,000 sq. foot Newark facility. It is supposed to be a key component of the company's cloud computing strategy. Apple is going to invest in this project $1 billion for the next 9 years and expects to hire at least fifty full-time employees.
The flyover of the North Carolina data center is under the cut.
Here is the top 5 worst product names according to CNet. Guess who's got first place? Let's watch:
After the news about Apple's lawsuit many of us have been wondering why Apple did this. Obviously, the thing is not about money as the company already has $40 billion of cash and investments. Digital Daily's editor John Paczkowski thinks the reason is a desire to extend iPhone's growing lead on the market.
"Apple is suing to make an example out of HTC and lengthen the engineering time-to-market for Android handset builders."
Ok, this is clear, but why Apple accused HTC now?