Latest Apple Park Drone Footage Shows Basketball and Tennis Courts

Apple’s new campus is nearing completion. Apple employees will be able to shoot hoops and play tennis at the company’s new Apple Park headquarters. Aerial videographer Matthew Roberts released new drone footage Monday of Apple’s new headquarters, spanning 175 acres in Cupertino, Calif. The drone footage shows some overhead shots of the nearly-finished campus, with […] Read more »

This Time It Matters: Why Apple Is Falling

PrefaceApple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) is dropping hard after its event to announce the new series of hardware, in particular the new iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X as well as the Apple Watch 3. It’s Different This TimeNormally when Apple stock dives on lukewarm product reviews we stand firmly in our position that the stock market […] Read more »

Apple Watch Series 3 Has a Connection Problem

Apple Watch Series 3’s major new feature may not work as well as promised. The tech giant has acknowledged a problem with its Apple Watch Series 3 that causes it to try to connect to unknown Wi-Fi networks instead of a cellular network, creating a potential security problems, according to The Verge, which confirmed the […] Read more »

Apple embraces a multi-cloud future, and that’s exciting

We can all see how Apple has just created a brilliant bridge to the future with ARKit in iOS 11, but many may have missed another WWDC 2017 announcement that seems to show how bang-on-trend the company has got when it comes to enterprise IT—this time its readiness to support the multi-cloud environments that will […] Read more »

Apple grabs icloud.net domain to solidify links to sync and storage service

Apple this week took administrative control of the icloud.net domain, the last notable web address it did not govern that users could have linked with its online sync and storage service. According to WHOIS searches today, Apple acquired control of icloud.net on Tuesday. Apple already ruled the primary top-level domains for iCloud, the cross-device, cross-OS […] Read more »

Apple saves iPhone call history to iCloud, but barely mentions it

Modern smartphones make it easy to back up all your data to the cloud so you can keep it synced across devices, or download it to a new phone. That can have unfortunate consequences, however—especially when phones are syncing sensitive information that users aren’t explicitly aware of, and then a company famous for developing smartphone […] Read more »

How Google, Apple and Microsoft just saved the PC

The long-neglected PC got a massive injection of innovation this week with major announcements from Google, Apple and Microsoft. Each company introduced advancements that users didn’t ask for, didn’t think they wanted and are already complaining about. Why? Because we love new technology in theory but hate it in practice. Technology change is expensive, transition […] Read more »

Apple, Google App Store Changes Could Pay Off For Devs

Ahead of the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple has revealed plans to introduce search ads and expand subscription support for apps in its App Store, while Google is testing its own subscription changes. InformationWeek: Cloud Related Posts:How Google, Apple and Microsoft just saved the PCApple said to move part of cloud business from AWS to […] Read more »

Apple Gave Up User Data In 82% Of Feds’ Requests

Despite its high-profile challenge to the FBI’s iPhone data request in the San Bernardino terrorist shootings, Apple complied with 82% of data requests from US government authorities. InformationWeek: Cloud Related Posts:Microsoft sues US government over secret requests for user dataApple Acquires Feelings, Microsoft R Update, 2016 Predictions: Big Data RoundupLatest Apple Park Drone Footage Shows […] Read more »

Apple said to move part of cloud business from AWS to Google

Apple has moved some of its iCloud and services data from Amazon Web Services to Google’s cloud platform, in what is seen as a bid by the iPhone maker to diversify its cloud service providers, according to reports. The move comes even as the company is building its own new data centers, leading to speculation […] Read more »

Apple Should Have Same Confidentiality Rights As Attorneys, Priests

Technology companies know more about us than our loved ones, attorneys, or priests. To balance the availability of that information in matters of public safety, businesses should have a limited exemption to being required to provide such information. InformationWeek: Cloud Related Posts:Latest Apple Park Drone Footage Shows Basketball and Tennis CourtsThis Tech IPO Is the […] Read more »

Apple Buys Education Software Startup LearnSprout

Some of the tech industry’s biggest players — including Google, Facebook, and Microsoft, are battling for the supremacy in the education market. Apple’s acquisition of LearnSprout adds to its arsenal. InformationWeek: Cloud Related Posts:Companies Training In CompTIA Networking Support ConsideredTop 5 Cases for the Apple iPadThe TrendyDigital Waterproof iPad Case Puts Your iPad in a […] Read more »

Apple May Axe iAds Sales Team

Apple is reportedly moving to dump its in-house iAd sales team and making iAds solely a self-service platform. InformationWeek: Cloud Related Posts:Latest Apple Park Drone Footage Shows Basketball and Tennis CourtsMike's Hard Lemonade: Measuring Digital That Drives Retail SalesThis Time It Matters: Why Apple Is FallingApple Watch Series 3 Has a Connection ProblemApple embraces a […] Read more »

Apple Acquires Feelings, Microsoft R Update, 2016 Predictions: Big Data Roundup

Apple is getting emotional. The company has acquired a startup that claims its facial recognition software can read your feelings. Meanwhile, Microsoft gets ready to update its R strategy, vendors offer their 2016 big data predictions, and more. Here’s our big data roundup for the week ending January 10, 2016. InformationWeek: Cloud Related Posts:Microsoft Updates […] Read more »

Apple Reportedly Prepping High-Res Audio For iPhones, iPads

Apple may bring higher-quality music streaming to iPhone and iPad owners next year, according to reports. But details are still scant. InformationWeek: Cloud Related Posts:Latest Apple Park Drone Footage Shows Basketball and Tennis CourtsThis Time It Matters: Why Apple Is FallingApple Watch Series 3 Has a Connection ProblemApple embraces a multi-cloud future, and that’s excitingApple […] Read more »

IBM, Apple Deliver 100-Plus Enterprise iOS Apps

IBM announces that its partnership with Apple has yielded more than 100 IBM MobileFirst for iOS apps. InformationWeek: Cloud Related Posts:Apple iWork Refresh Updates iOS 9, OS X 10.11 AppsLatest Apple Park Drone Footage Shows Basketball and Tennis CourtsThis Time It Matters: Why Apple Is FallingApple Watch Series 3 Has a Connection ProblemDocker Enterprise now […] Read more »

Apple killing music streaming service? Beats me.

Apple is killing its Beats Music streaming service. It all kicks off the end of the month, when Tim’s crew want you to be on Apple Music. Did y’all think Tim’a let his dough freeze? Oh please. In IT Blogwatch, bloggers with no cheese listen up closely. Not to mention: bwk on pipes… Your humble […] Read more »

Apple iWork Refresh Updates iOS 9, OS X 10.11 Apps

Apple’s new support and features for the iWork suite of apps refine usability. InformationWeek: Cloud Related Posts:Office 365 Updates Add Machine Learning To AppsLatest Apple Park Drone Footage Shows Basketball and Tennis CourtsThis Time It Matters: Why Apple Is FallingApple Watch Series 3 Has a Connection ProblemApple embraces a multi-cloud future, and that’s exciting Read more »

Apple HomeKit Powers August’s Smartlock For Connect Homes

August unveils a new smart-home access platform that integrates Apple’s HomeKit and Siri. InformationWeek: Cloud Related Posts:Latest Apple Park Drone Footage Shows Basketball and Tennis CourtsThis Time It Matters: Why Apple Is FallingApple Watch Series 3 Has a Connection ProblemApple embraces a multi-cloud future, and that’s excitingApple grabs icloud.net domain to solidify links to sync […] Read more »

Apple drops iCloud prices, matches rival storage services from Google and Microsoft

For the second year in a row, Apple reduced prices for its expanded iCloud storage plans, putting costs in line with rivals like Google, Microsoft and Dropbox. Apple announced changes to iCloud extra storage pricing earlier this month at the event where it unveiled new iPhones, the larger iPad Pro and a revamped Apple TV. […] Read more »

Top 5 Cases for the Apple iPad

Now that the Apple iPad has made its debut, those purchasing the popular tablet computer should make sure that they have the appropriate case to protect the computer from scratches, dents, wet environments, and other situations. There are several protective cases and sleeves available for the Apple iPad. The following list highlights the top 5 cases for the Apple iPad. Read more »

The TrendyDigital Waterproof iPad Case Puts Your iPad in a Ziploc Bag

Did you preorder the iPad? Do you hate water? If so, there's great news ahead. TrendyDigital's WaterGuard waterproof iPad case accessory will protect your iPad from water, dust, sand, and dirt - but this waterproof case looks like an advanced Ziploc bag. Read more »

Review of the iPad Case Protection Cover for the Apple iPad

A must have accessory for all iPad owners, the iPad Case protects your iPad from scratches, dirt, and dust, and allows your iPad to be stationed in various positions for better viewing. The iPad Case supplies the necessary covering needed for the open faced iPad and at only $39.99, this protective iPad accessory is a bargain. Read more »

Best Cases for the IPad

The advent of new technologies nowadays such as diverse gadget leads to too many accessories in the market today. Many manufacturers are creating new product that make their way into the business world. It opens up a new business for them. New gadget such as iPad is now one of the latest gadgets today that people are dreaming to have. Because of the popularity of this newest gadget there are wide array of accessories coming out into the market scene. One of the most popular accessories today is cases for iPad. Cases are not only for iPad, but also for gadget such as mobile phones, iPod, mp3 and many more. Read more »