Apple was PISSED.
It's for a good cause.
According to Steven Frappier, the laptop deflect a bullet from the gunman.
It's the iPhone you didn't know you needed.
The new iPhone 7 definitely isn't perfect.
But there's a way to prevent it.
Behold: the new iPhone 7.
You can expect new colors and much more!
Say goodbye to your headphone jack!
People shot down the idea.
Guess Adele can stop yelling at us for recoding her now.
Because you KNOW you want to.
If it's not broken, don't fix it.
"I have no use for an Mp3 player."
Apple just unveiled the iPhone 6S Plus (iPhone S6+).
The iPad Pro was announced today.
September 9 is going to be a big day for Apple.
"I guess I'm stuck with an iPhone for the rest of my life."
What is the meaning of life? "All evidence to date suggests it's chocolate."
We don't even want to know what their dog houses look like.
Thank you Apple!
Well, I'd never guess it was a middle-aged woman from Atlanta!
When adapting a recipe, it is important to identify the key flavors, and replace them with something similar. Here, I replaced the sugar, crème fraîche, and caramel with honey, as I don't keep crème fraîche on hand. I also added the gouda cheese because... well, I'm an apple and cheese fanatic.
Food is such a central part of Southern culture, and my childhood was a reflection of that. As I have established myself in a new city, I find that most of the memories I am making now are also centered around food: trying new restaurants, introducing new ingredients into my repertoire and spending some time each week working on material for this column!
Dear iPhone, I know we've been together for a few years, but we need to talk.
I never knew what I was missing in life until I found you. The ease in which I can search for things, write scholarly articles, and watch reality TV amazes me.
Hold onto your glasses, geeks! The iPad 3 might get here sooner than we all thought. I have the iPad 2, and to be honest with you, I'm completely in love with it.
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I think that most college women want to be informed on current events and the news but they feel like they can’t. Log onto CNN.com or The New York Times website and there is so much information- what is the most important? The most current? What actually matters? What is relevant to me?
On October 4th, Apple made the huge announcement all technology geeks were waiting for -- the iPhone 5...oh wait. Just as we were all anticipating the announcement of the iPhone 5, Apple laughed in our faces as they announced the iPhone 4s.
Last night after work, I signed onto my Macbook and saw the news. The innovator who created the computer I was typing on...had died. Steve Jobs changed the world, and we can all learn a few things from him. Whether you’re a freshman just starting college, or a senior on the verge of graduation, you could probably learn a little from Steve Jobs.
Rumor has it that the iPhone 5 will be announced in a few days. What? I feel like the original iPhone was announced like a month ago. People are going CRAZY for the new iPhone, like crazier than people during the hype of Beanie Babies. I don’t really understand why, because how different can it be from the iPhone 4, which came out two minutes ago, or the iPhone 6, which will probably be out by the time you’re done reading this?
Steve Jobs and Apple Inc. held their press conference earlier today regarding all the controversies swirling about the defects found in the iPhone 4. If ya'll remember correctly, I was the geeky nerd who stood in line on June 24th at the Apple store and waited for two hours (with the rest of the Apple fanatics) to get my hands on the new iPhone.
The iPad. Steve Jobs' newest brainchild, and a super....whatever it is. Despite the fact that we're not always sure what point Apple's devices serve, we always seem to get them, love them, and become suddenly unable to live without them. But this thing? Meh, not so much.