The Atlantic recently profiled Intel CEO Paul Otellini, who ceded his post after 8 years helming the renown chip maker. Yesterday was Otellini’s last day in the office. Though his Intel colleagues, and even former rivals, like AMD CEO Hector Ruiz, were willing to praise Otellini’s accomplishments, the man himself admits that he could have done even more for the company had he agreed to make chips for the iPhone prototype
Last week, Bloomberg reported that Apple’s iOS devices were on the short list for mobile devices that would be approved for Pentagon use. This approval would allow the iPad maker to dig in deep for a long-lasting contract with U.S. Military
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US Military Give the Thumbs up to iPad and iPhone
EA’s The Simpsons: Tapped Out [ Free ] received a new update the other day, adding in a bunch of new stuff especially for maxed out players. Of most note, the update expands the cap to level 29 and allows you to pick up Agnes Skinner. Also, new buildings, including Sprawl-Mart have been added in addition to a new quest involving Agnes and new Springfield Park Entrance and Cobblestone Wall decorations
This year is not faring well for Apple. The company’s stock prices have gone down, consumers are claiming that there is no more innovation. It seems like Apple spends more time in court than it does on creating products
Whether you are gearing up for the return of Arrested Development or engrossed in edge-of-seat dramas such as Top of the Lake or House of Cards , most Netflix fans find it’s even easier to blow through an entire season of content thanks to the iPad app ‘s new post-play feature. Anyone watching Netflix on the PS3 or web has already enjoyed post-play, a feature that starts the next episode in a series automatically within 10 seconds, skipping over the credits, unless the viewer intervenes to stop it. I had noticed this feature on the PS3 and thought, “hey, I wish the iPad did that.” And lo, I got my wish.
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Netflix iPad App Update Adds TV Episode ‘Post-Play’
Back in October of last year we learned that Pixbits, makers of the awesome side-scrolling Minecraft -alike Junk Jack [ $2.99 ], were considering making a new 2.0 version of the game.
Fortune Magazine just released their list of the top 500 companies in the world, ranked by revenue. This includes retail giants like Wal-Mart, oil companies like Exxon Mobil, and car manufacturers like General Motors.
So at about this time last week we were letting you know that Paradox Interactive’s nautically-themed turn-based strategy title Leviathan: Warships [ $4.99 (HD) ] had jumped the gun of weekly Thursday releases and had launched early in international markets with a spot on the shelf of the US App Store reserved for 11pm EST that night. Except… that never happened
‘Leviathan: Warships’ for iPad Returns to the App Store
According to a recent survey by hospitality industry Wi-Fi provider iBahn, travelers are leaving their laptops at home and using iPads instead. For the first time in history, the past nine months saw a drop in laptop use. How does lighter computing affect the business world?
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How the iPad has Changed the World of Business