Sunday, November 27, 2011

Apple's iCloud - The Basics

Apple's very own iCloud video to give you the basics of what it is all about. It works well so far for me as my 3 devices are all synced in iCloud with the standard storage setup. My iPhone, iPod amd Mac all sync perfectly and I can set how I want ot use iCloud's sync or not sync mucic, photos, documents and mail.

Friday, November 18, 2011

Jobs Secret Projects Come to Light

Apparently, you will find a lot of secret projects Jobs never ever saw to fruition, from an several secret projects Jobs by no means saw to fruition, from an Apple wireless companytowards the fabled apple iphone 5.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Monday, November 14, 2011

Apple and LG work on smaller iPad

Apple and LG working together on smaller iPad and larger iPhone. A 7" screen for a new iPad and a larger 4" screen for iPhone 5.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Siri, A Threat to Google?

Last week, former CEO and current chairman of Google Eric Shmidt published his answers to Senate subcommittee look at Google's dominance in the search industry. In recent years, Schmidt has an experienced and successful CEO to something like a loose cannon who spends most of his time pulling back or explain away, or laugh transitioned his earlier statements. So if Schmidt, referring to some of these commentators, the Apple Siri looked as Google rival, suggested that Siri was a force to be on the lookout, he drew a skeptical response. Some said that Schmidt was only downplaying of prominence on the Google search. Others pointed out that Siri's own default search engine Google.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Donald Trump uses Macbook Pro

Look in the picture here and see the brilliant Donald Trump's Macbook Pro in th back-ground on his desk as he records one of his weekly video's he does called "From the desk of Donald Trump".

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Rare Video: 1990 interview with Steve Jobs

PBS video has posted a rare 50-minute interview with Steve Jobs, conducted in 1990; complete with outtakes.

In the interview, Jobs re-does answers, explains why he considers computers “a bicycle for the mind,” why people buy personal computers, networking, discusses NeXT, the Mac, and much more.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Steve Jobs Last Board Meeting

After the screenings of sales reports were read in the conference, Jobs said he had something very personal to empart. Tim Cook, who was the confidante of Jobs, and served as CEO on leave of absence earlier, asked if he and other top managers must leave the meeting room. Jobs paused, then agreed that they should, Isaacson writes.

Once the room was cleared, Jobs says: "I always said if ever there came a day when I could not meet my expectations and duties as CEO of Apple, I'd be the first to let them know, unfortunately, on this day it has come.

There was a long silence. Although Gore and Levinson praised Jobs', "Campbell's eyes flowed.

During the meal that followed Jobs' saw a demo of the iPhone 4S. "Are you a man or a woman," Jobs asked the iPhone 4S. "They did not attribute to me a gender," the app of speech recognition (SIRI), said from inside the iPhone.

42 days later Jobs' passed away of a respiratory arrest due to pancreatic cancer.

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