At Apple's highly anticipated "Wonderlust" event, the tech giant unveiled a plethora of exciting new features and announcements that left tech enthusiasts and casual fans alike buzzing with excitement.
Whether you're an iPhone fan or not, you're probably well aware iOS 7 was released yesterday. For all non-users, this basically means the phone's software was amped up a bit, which sounds like it'd be totally cool, but as soon as people could download it, Twitter exploded with complaints.
Siri, iPhone's voice-activated personal assistant, has a reputation of being kind of a jerk. Sure she's a tad snarky and sometimes sarcastic, but she's totally misunderstood, guys. In fact, Siri's actually pretty darn funny!
Yes! It's finally here! If you're wondering why the hell I'm jumping around the studio in totally uncalled for excitement well, it's because I finally got my hands on something I've been pining for for a very long time.
A little over two years after the Beatles‘ classic albums finally arrived in the iTunes store, another of the band’s classic works is arriving in Apple’s digital emporium. But this time, fans can look forward to an a more interactive offering from the Fab Four.
Who guitarist and rock legend Pete Townshend recently called Apple a “digital vampire” that is “bleeding” musicians and “destroying copyright as we know it.” Townshend was quoted in Rolling Stone while delivering the John Peel lecture in Salford, England on Monday...