With new hardware options and an app store, Apple TV is expected to substantially increase its revenue potential, says JP Morgan analyst Rod Hall.
Intel's new processors are about to make their debut. We test them out for the first time in a pair of laptops. Do they make great strides over last year's Sandy Bridge processors? Here are the results.
Apple has released a small update to iTunes 10.3 on the heels of its initial release, to address a problem with iPhone syncing.
iTunes 10.3, which supports automatic downloads and previously purchased downloads from the iTunes store, is now available. The iCloud service will be available in its entirety later this year.
Nexus Prime sightings, Google Wallet Hacked, in a good way, and HTC security flaws. All that and more on this week's episode of Android Atlas Weekly for October 5th, 2011.
Apple's iCloud is available as a beta for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch running the latest iOS version, but that leaves the Verizon iPhone in the lurch--it's stuck several releases behind.
The new iCloud storage service headlines the company's Worldwide Developers Conference, which also delivers the lowdown on version 5 of iOS and the Lion version of Mac OS X.
On today's show, it's the Summer of Hackers: Anonymous hits the Spanish police website and threatens the Federal Reserve (which, frankly, we find to be a target that's probably worthy of a little DDoS action). Plus, a nation-state may have hacked IMF, but they're not saying much, and the Bitcoin market crashes (buy low!). Plus, scientists create jellyfish that can shoot tiny, weak lasers ... a stepping stone to the scariest sharks ever.
Zynga tries to trademark the use of -ville as a suffix in everything from games (including the games it shamelessly ripped off) to clothing stores. Won't someone stop the madness? Please? Also, Goldman Sachs states from its highly compromised position that Facebook could be a credible threat to Netflix, and credulous reporters and shareholders eat it up. Plus, HP makes a SERIOUS move: putting WebOS on all new PCs. --Molly
Over the years Apple has incorporated various ways to connect audio devices to the computer, starting with the standard headphone jacks and including support for USB and FireWire, as well as Bluetooth options for those who have a Bluetooth headset. In mos