Apple has invented a new 3D imaging camera that might arrive on future iDevices, such as the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad. The camera has the ability to view 3D imagery, photos and videos, according to Patently Apple.
Ten years ago those people who had networks in their homes were considered fringe geeks and gluttons for punishment. Nowadays, however, home networks are as common as cable television and dishwashers, but they can still be a source of frustration for many, especially to do it right! With that, Dave Hamilton — someone who was a fringe geek and has gone through all the punishment — will teach you all the tips and tricks he has learned over the past decade (or more) so you can get this stuff to work just right in your house.
It’s 2012 and that means two things: iPad 3 and iPhone 5. We’ve already figured out the iPad 3 will be announced sometime early next month and it might have had a weight gain. However, we’re still unsure about the iPhone 5′s release date or design.
Quartet of updates for 2011 Macs improves stability for three instances of system booting. (Free, each approximately 4 MB) Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet.
Apple's 30-pin Dock connector has spawned generations of cables, docks, and accessories that all use the wide dongle we've all become familiar with. But is it something that has outlived its usefulness and is ready for replacement?
Apple Inc's Tim Cook, on his first trip to China as the chief executive officer, has visited an iPhone production plant run by the Foxconn Technology Group, which is being accused of improper labor practices.
Apple’s newest iPad hit the market three weeks ago and already their have been a number of controversies surrounding the device. As expected, all of the issues fizzled out because there was really nothing there in the first place.
January’s education event was a big hit for Apple. Within days of releasing iBooks 2.0 and introducing its e-textbook framework, the company has seen rapid public adoption and overwhelmingly positive critical praise.
While much of the chatter over the upcoming release of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion has focused on the Gatekeeper security feature and unifying the Mac and iOS experience, Serenity Caldwell at Macworld delves into 10 less-heralded system changes,...
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