October 6th, 201703
iPhone clock bug strikes again
Problems with the iPhone's clock and how it adjusts itself for daylight savings time have cropped up again.
The Telegraph reports dozens of people claiming on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter that their iPhones have gone back an hour, rather than forward by one hour as they were supposed...
October 5th, 201703
Video Game Olympics: World of Tanks Developer Announces $2.5m International eSports League | World of Tanks
World of Tanks developer announces $2.5m global competitive league to launch in 2013 and...
October 2nd, 201703
Opinion: Why Google is getting into the 'Like' business
Google announced this week a new social search feature called +1. The new offering competes in some ways with Facebook's "Like" button.
By clicking on an optional new +1 button on your Google search results, you can tell family and friends that you recommend certain...
October 1st, 201713
Apple hires Umax founder?
Apple may already have found a replacement for outgoing Mac hardware chief, Tim Bucher.
A report on MacCity claims that Umax founder Peter Mehring is set to take the role. Mehring works as Umax' general manager and vice president of research and development at the company. He last worked as senior...
September 29th, 201703
MWSF: Apple ships 'SpyTunes' MiniStore
Apple has introduced a series of new features to iTunes - and while some grab the critics, others are seeing a rain of criticism hail down upon the company.
iTunes 6.0.2 extends its support for AirPort Express. It now supports streaming to up to three Express units at once, rather than...
September 27th, 201713
Microsoft Q4 profits down 24%
Microsoft on Thursday reported a year-on-year profit decline of nearly 24 per cent in the fiscal fourth quarter of 2006 due partly to a one-time legal charge, and announced a $40 billion stock repurchase plan.
The company reported net income for the quarter of $2.83 billion sharply off the $3.7...
September 25th, 201713
Mathemagics adds to Mac App Store offerings
The makers of an iPhone app that teaches "math tricks" to aspiring mathletes have brought the program to desktop computers.
Mathemagics for Mac launched last week in the Mac App Store. Like its iPhone predecessor from Blue Lightning Labs in Austin, Texas, the app claims to teach users 60...
September 24th, 201702
Microsoft acknowledges Surface may trigger OEM hostility
Microsoft yesterday confirmed what most analysts and company watchers had concluded last month when the firm unveiled its own tablet, that it risks alienating the computer makers which account for the bulk of Windows sales.
In a document submitted Thursday to the U.S....