Apple ID – How to Reactivate A Disabled Apple ID

How to Enable A Disabled Apple ID: Did you disable your apple id and looking for a comprehensive and straight to the point guide on how to enable a disabled apple ID step by step. So if you are here to figure out how to enable disabled ID on apple, this article has gotten you … Read more Apple ID – How to Reactivate A Disabled Apple ID

Google Steals Senior Apple Executive for Project

Google is definitely one of the most prominent and influential technology businesses in the world. I can’t think of anybody who doesn’t use the Google search engine on a daily basis and the features like Gmail, Google+, Google Docs and others make the site all the more accessible for everybody. Being the technological giant that … Read more Google Steals Senior Apple Executive for Project

Apple’s iPad Outsells HP’s PCs in Q1 2012

It’s no surprise that Apple is one of the top PC and technology makers in the world. What may be surprising is the fact that Apple has surpassed HP in computer unit sales and revenues for the first time ever, making the Cupertino giant the number one company. Apple can attribute a lot of this … Read more Apple’s iPad Outsells HP’s PCs in Q1 2012

Italian Government Slaps Apple with $1.2 Million Fine

Apple has been hit with quite a hefty fine from a somewhat surprising place today, Italy. That’s right, on December 27, 2011 the country of Italy fined the tech giant 900,000 euros, or roughly $1.2 million, for allegedly encouraging its customers to sign up for AppleCare, the official tech support of the company, without informing … Read more Italian Government Slaps Apple with $1.2 Million Fine

Computer History Museum Opens New Online Exhibit Dedicated to Steve Jobs

In what is perhaps the biggest show of remembrance for him since his death, the Computer History Museum has just launched an online exhibit completely dedicated to former Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs. Jobs, as many of you know, passed away back in October, a great loss for Apple and the world. The exhibit, … Read more Computer History Museum Opens New Online Exhibit Dedicated to Steve Jobs

School Computers to Be Replaced by School iPads in 2016

With the technological age in full force, computers have become a staple in schools. Every single grade it seems is using computers for learning and entertainment while teaching. But, could the age of classroom computers be over? Is there a new piece of technology that will undoubtedly dethrone the computer in the classroom? Maybe, as … Read more School Computers to Be Replaced by School iPads in 2016

Will March 2012 Give Us the iPad 3?

I wrote recently abut the iPad getting a possible discounted release and a new name (iPad Mini?) in the early part of 2012. While that was sure to spark the interests of iPad and tablet users a little bit, a new report should make that excitement grow exponentially. According to a report from Macotakara, which … Read more Will March 2012 Give Us the iPad 3?

Microsoft’s IE9 Strategy Fails to Produce Results

As the rise of other browsers, like Google Chrome, begin to show, so does the demise of others, namely Internet Explorer. The web browser, designed by Microsoft, continued to lose members last month, losing the largest number of users since December 2010. During September, Internet Explorer lost nine-tenths of a percentage point of share, dropping … Read more Microsoft’s IE9 Strategy Fails to Produce Results

Steve Wozniak Says the iPad is for Normal People

Here’s something interesting for you. While speaking at an event in Santa Clara, California, co-founder of Apple Steve Wozniak stated that the “iPad is for the normal people of the world.” Wozniak was speaking at the Storage Network World conference and made a clear distinction between his “technological audience” and the average consumer. According to … Read more Steve Wozniak Says the iPad is for Normal People

Intel’s Light Peak to Debut Thursday

The technology world loves rumors, in fact, I think that they live, breath, eat and sleep rumors. I feel that if there were no internet rumors, then we would have a lot of depressed computer people out there with nothing to do to fill their free time. It’s quite sad really. But, alas, we have … Read more Intel’s Light Peak to Debut Thursday