The cost of delivering mobile data could rise sevenfold to $370 billion by 2016, according to a report this week by Juniper Research, which urged operators to tackle the issue by offloading more traffic from their macro networks.
Archive for the “Mac” Category
Aug 04 2011
The Apple Macbook Air is lighter than ever and can even fly. All the features of the Macbook Air air are now more exciting when the laptop can fly. Video after the break!
Aug 03 2011
Having recently been introduced by my grandmother (68) to ‘Angry Birds’, I have swiftly been drawn in to this world of virtual wonder and sanitised destruction. Watching her play avidly on her iPad, my curiosity took over, and I installed the original version on my Mac and played with similar vehemence. Much has been said about Angry Birds, but this is a unique case, where the concept, the narrative, is seeping into other areas of popular culture.
Aug 02 2011
Heres another preview of the upcoming iCloud.com. The site is a web interface for Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Find my iPhone, and the iWork apps with your information stored on iCloud.
Aug 02 2011
iCloud demo – In this video the web applications found on iCloud.com are demoed giving you an idea of what will come this fall. iCloud will be priced at the following:
Aug 01 2011
Mark Malkoff sets out to see what crazy stunts he can get away with at the Apple Store.
Jul 31 2011
Another video after the break!
Jul 29 2011
The U.S. International Trade Commission released details of an earlier ruling against Apple that said some of the consumer electronics giant’s products had violated patents owned by a company being acquired by a competitor. The ruling said Apple’s computers violated two patents owned by S3 Graphics Co., which is being acquired by handset maker HTC Corp. The ruling said Apple had not violated S3’s patents in its mobile products, the popular iPhone and iPad devices.