Apple just refreshed their iMac line, and while the external design will stay the same the company has put a ton of effort into refreshing the insides to make them competitive with other professional-grade computers. Continue reading
A North Korean technology company—Myohhang— recently launched a brand-new tablet that has been named after Apple’s trademarked iPad making it the first device launched out of North Korea that directly uses Apple branding. Continue reading
Though 5G remains a somewhat nebulous concept because standards organizations have yet to formally classify it, the successor to LTE is broadly understood to be capable of gigabit speeds that rely on mmWave tech. Because mmWave transmits data at a higher frequency, and thus a smaller wavelength of between 30 GHz and 300 GHz, the technology is capable of reducing latency and expanding data transmission capacity. It also opens up possibilities for cutting down on antenna size and for packing more powerful multi-band antennas into a single device. Continue reading
The Native Doctors of Nollywood come and see oh, the gods have answered your prayers! Finally a black and red phone to scare my people in the village back to the stone age, just imagine walking around with this phone in rural Nigeria #CultBoys
Lol, but on a serious note this phone is sexy as hell like literally. The only downside is that the black and red Iphone look does not exist (silently crying), what exist is more christ like, and that’s the white and red iphone look see more. Continue reading
Apple’s new campus has a name and a move-in date. With that said i will put in a little Yass! for Tim Cook..
On Wednesday, Apple announced that its 175-acre ring-shaped futuristic campus will be called “Apple Park” and employees will being occupying it in April, although construction will continue through the summer. By the end of this year, Apple expects to move more than 12,000 employees into the new Cupertino campus. Continue reading
Speculating about Apple’s next iProduct is part of the fun and imagining how the adopted technology would be rendered via Apple’s design scheme. Many muse that Apple’s next big endeavor will be a car, which isn’t surprising given the automotive market’s focus on shifting from fuel to electric. Continue reading
Give it up to youtubers to make a video on how to crash an Iphone! I swear somewhere out is a youtube video were North Korea are watching to learn how to build their reactor lol… Bad news for iPhone users with envious frienemies , there is a new video that shows people how to crash an iPhone by sending them a text that contains emojis. Continue reading
One Trillion Dollar Market Evaluation, is like when a company becomes a country!! #BrainFreeze Despite the fact that the Microsoft’s market value currently trails both Apple and Alphabet, analyst Michael Markowski of Equities.com believes that Microsoft’s $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn could help them reach the $1 trillion milestone.
Here are the market caps of the top 5 tech companies via GeekWire Continue reading
Pokémon GO, Niantic announced today that the app is now available on the Apple Watch. The new smartwatch version is scaled back to fit the smaller user interface and thus will not allow trainers to catch the creatures — an alert from the watch notifies you when you are close to a Pokémon and then you have to pull out a phone in order to catch it. Continue reading
Call it a total waste of hard earn or luxry or fandom, but whether you actually like it or not people will still buy the half a millionaire laptop. Apple just let one of its own secrets slip. The new MacBook Pros are supposed to be announced on Thursday, and it looks like Apple accidentally leaked some photos of the computer and its touch-activated ‘Magic Toolbar.’ Continue reading
Though it may be delayed until 2021, Apple’s Project Titan is anything but dead if The Financial Times‘ new report proves to be true. According to the paper, the Cupertino tech giant has held talks with, of all people, British supercar manufacturer and Formula One imprint McLaren regarding a potential acquisition. The deal, which could instead result in “a strategic investment in the company,” may ultimately be valued between $1.3 billion USD and $1.9 billion USD. For comparisons sake, the Beats acquisition ultimately cost Apple about $3 billion USD back in 2014. Continue reading
Apparently Apple fan dogs now existed, and i am hearing that they are a very rare breed. Sicong, the only son of China’s richest man Wang Jianlin, worth $30 billion according to Forbes, has made the news again for pampering his dog – Coco the Alaskan Malamute. He bought the dog ‘eight iPhone 7 handsets’. Continue reading