Reports say that the anticipated new building for Apple, the iPhone maker, won’t be available for the transfer of its employees until 2016 as the earliest.
The Cupertino-based company is known for its lavish attention to its details, big or small, and this philosophy seems to extend to the futuristic and anticipated new headquarters of the company in Cupertino. Some observers described it as a spaceship due to the curved design of the building.
According to a report in Bloomberg, the planned completion of the new building is dated in mid of 2016 for the pursuit of its perfection, which . . . → Read More: Anticipated new Apple headquarters postponed until 2016
Samsung won’t give up the fight just like that.
Reports are flashing that the patent war between HTC and Apple is now settled. A lot of observers have thought that Samsung might take this event as a cue for the company to settle its patent differences with Apple. But, the heat between Apple and Samsung might be in full steam.
Recently, the head of mobile and IT division of Samsung, Shin Jong-kyun told reporters that the company has no plans to have settlement with the rival company.
Jong-kyun stated that it may be true that HTC may have agreed to . . . → Read More: Samsung not giving up on patent right issues against Apple
The patent settlement between Apple and HTC, a Tawainese smartphone maker, has marked another milestone in the global war among the makers of tablets and smartphones.
But this remains to be not the turning point of this tech war.
According to observers of the settlement, Apple has just simply closed a front against one of the considered weakest rivals of the company, HTC. As a result, it has permitted Apple to focus more on battling against its more intimidating competitors that post threats to its market shares for tablet and smartphone. The company is paying more attention to two other . . . → Read More: Apple-HTC on patent settlement
Rumors came out last week that MacBook Pro users are expecting the Pro line to be stopped by Apple, an executive from Apple reported that new iMac and MacBook Pro is already in the works and might arrive next year, according to David Pogue of The New York Times on Monday.
In the WWDC or Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, the Cupertino, California-based company showed off a new line of MacBook computers. It includes the 15-inch Retina display for the MacBook Pro and updates to the MacBook Air. Apparently, upgrades for the iMacs is not available . . . → Read More: New iMac and Mac Pro Models in 2013 According to Apple Exec
Asteroid 2011 MD, a piece of rock estimated to be anywhere from 25 to 55 feet wide, is going to buzz the earth this Monday at a distance of below 8,000 miles over the surface of the planet. It’s a near call, one that places the asteroid nearer to the Earth than the world wide positioning satellites that orbit it. But everyone will be safe.
A research scientist at the Planetary Science Institute, Pasquale Tricarico crafted a sequence of animations to show the correct slingshot effect the asteroid will face once it strikes the edge of Earth’s . . . → Read More: Small Asteroid Gets Closer to Earth