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Apple's New Building

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A mysterious building is being constructed by Apple and anticipation is growing about what the tech giant is hiding behind door number one.

The building is going up at the Flint Center for Performing Arts in Cupertino, California. According to local media construction crews have been asked to sign non-disclosure agreements and security is tight. Speculation is that it has something to do with the event Apple is holding on September 9th.  read more »

Apple Rumors


It looks like another apple is about to fall from the tree.

There are reports that September 9th will be the release date for Apple's iPhone six. The news comes from a managing editor at the independent tech site re-code. A site that has an excellent track record for covering Apple and its big announcements.

In the past Apple has made its new products available to shoppers ten days after sharing it with the world. So if history repeats itself that means you could get your hands on the newest iPhone on September 19th. So what can you expect come next month?  read more »

Apple Maps


Apple maps is back in the news and still in need of direction.

A few months ago Apple kicked Google maps to the curb and began relying on its own navigation app. Unfortunately the company hit a few roadblocks in the form of roads that no longer exist and unnecessary detours. Then Apple seemed to smooth out the road and get people heading in the right direction; until now.

According to the British newspaper “The Independent” Apple's map app is misleading drivers again and steering them right down an airport runway. Fairbanks International Airport in Alaska says that twice in the past three weeks out of town drivers have driven through the airport after been given bad directions on their iPhones.  read more »

The Trouble With Texting


The world is at our fingertips; and you might need to censor them.

With all the handheld gadgets on the market everything we need to get through the day is only the swipe of a screen away. If necessary the business of the world could be conducted with hardly any human contact. But when does too much technology become too much technology?

Experts say while it saves us time it also causes trouble; especially when it comes to everyone's daily habit of texting. And while it might be your favorite way to pass a message; there are some things better said in person or at least on the phone.  read more »

The Christmas Season


It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas; even in September.

We're a few months from the holiday season but some of the biggest electronics companies want their gadgets to appear on your shopping lists. So far we've seen the introduction of new iPhones that come in different colors, new video game players and competition is heating up among developers of smartwatches.

Samsung is releasing its $300 Galaxy Gear. The watch can be linked wirelessly to newer Samsung phones and tablets and allows you to do everything from checking your email to making phone calls all from the device worn on your wrist. The watch will be available in a few weeks in six different colors.  read more »

Apple's Golden Ticket


Apple is working on a new flavor and it’s not sitting well with the target audience.

According to its supply source in Taiwan Apple's new iPhone will come cloaked in gold. The Silicon Valley powerhouse has yet to comment; but experts say with China expected to overtake India as the world's biggest gold consumer this new option is clearly aimed at the Far East.

Unfortunately they might not be buying it; literally. Shoppers at an Apple store in Beijing say gold should not be coupled with what they consider the pinnacle of modern technology. They say they are more concerned with screen size and operating system then color.  read more »

The iPhone 5


It’s official; the iPhone 5 has arrived.

Earlier this week Apple introduced what it’s calling its smartest, lightest smart-phone ever. After weeks of hinting at the big reveal Apple is delivering a phone they say is everything consumers want it to be.

The phone will run on a higher speed network and is made entirely from glass and aluminum. It features a large four inch screen that displays five rows of icons on the sharpest resolution ever. The phone’s network is called the A6 and is twice as fast as the previous generation. Topping off the latest gadget is three microphones and an eight megapixel camera.

Tim Cook; Apple’s new CEO calls the new iPhone an absolute jewel. Cook says it is the most beautiful product the company has ever made.  read more »

A Successful Debut


The iPhone 4 four has officially hit the market. And it hit hard.

Apple’s latest gadget made its debut about a week ago and within the first three days sold more than one point seven million units. The high number makes the iPhone 4 the most successful product launch in the company’s history. And the demand was felt, with some stores in the reporting shortages and unruly crowds.  read more »