On Monday, the Wall Street Journal has reported that Apple Inc. is now having a collaborative work with manufacturers in Asia on a device that is anticipated to change the way people watch TV. However, it is not clear yet if it’s a TV set or just a simple robust version of the Apple TV set-top box that is already available on the market.
The report tells that the company’s television project remains to be informal and in its early phases of testing. Recently, Apple has been reportedly connected to its main assembler — Hon Hai Industries — to collaborate . . . → Read More: Apple TV anticipated in 2014, still in early phases of testing
After a big surprise of releasing iPhone 5 in September, Apple is now reported to launch iTunes 11 within the month of November. But the month’s almost over and there is still no sign of an event welcoming iTunes 11.
According to reports, the release date of the iTunes 11 is just within the coming days.
Feiyr, a German music distribution service has sent out emails to artists about its expectation that iTunes 11 will be available for download for the following days, saying that with the release of iTunes 11, users can have the opportunity to view galleries and . . . → Read More: iTunes 11 release date expected within the next few days
Apple Inc. is looking towards the application engineer who developed iTunes to assist direct its development of a tv set, reported by three people who have familiarity with the project.
Jeff Robbin, who assisted to develop the iPod, is currently leading Apple Inc.’s internal continuing development of the newest Television project, according to individuals, who refused to be recognized simply because his role isn’t public.
Robbin’s engagement is a sign of Apple’s dedication to stretching out its authority in tablets and smartphones into your living room area. Before the shocking Oct. 5 death, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs informed . . . → Read More: iTunes Creator Leads Apple TV Project
Razer has finally exposed the product behind its mysterious “PC Gaming is NOT Dead” website, which declared in a rather V for Vendetta tone that on August 26th the company would turn the PC gaming upside down.
At exactly 12 noon, EST Razer exposed its “Blade” gaming notebook, stating it the “World’s first true gaming laptop.” The last bit of marketing bait left us a small piece puzzled; certainly viewers of Razer has heard of such makers as Alienware and Voodoo PC? However the machine does appear shocking: it has that easy Apple artistic with nothing . . . → Read More: ‘Blade’ Gaming Laptop, Unveiled by Razer