Over at Gizmodo, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak calls the minute-long preview scene from the upcoming jOBS biopic – starring Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs and Josh Gad as Steve Wozniak – “totally wrong.”
Twitter has rolled out Vine, a video-sharing service that limits clips to six seconds, embeds them into tweets and loops the playback.
What originally began as a five-year DARPA-backed project to build an intelligent virtual assistant “that could reason and learn” eventually morphed into the Apple-owned iPhone-embedded Siri we know today.
Bloomberg reports that several of the newfangled body scanners found in U.S. airports are to be removed.
Apple has massively overhauled iTunes. The newest version, iTunes 11, is now available for download.
Bonnie Cha over at All Things D has put together a handy chart comparing Microsoft’s new Surface tablet, Apple’s iPad and Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 Android tablet. All three tablets are in the 10-inch range and all three feature a starting price of $500. Cha compares operating systems, physical dimensions, displays, cameras, processors …
Reuters reports that Google CEO Larry Page and Apple CEO Tim Cook “had a phone conversation last week” to discuss patents:
One possible scenario under consideration could be a truce involving disputes over basic features and functions in Google’s Android mobile software, one source said.
Apple’s $1.05 billion patent lawsuit win over …
Matt Macari of The Verge reports that in light of its $1.05 billion patent victory over Samsung, Apple has requested that eight Samsung smartphones be banned from sale in the U.S.
Models are generally older and include the Galaxy S 4G, several versions of the Galaxy S II, the Droid Charge (available as a freebie from Verizon, for …
Here’s a handful of interesting tech stories from around the web for Wednesday, May 30.
Tim Cook at D10 on Steve Jobs, Apple TV and Facebook [All Things D]
The Apple CEO was unwilling to tackle questions about any future
Here’s a handful of interesting tech stories from around the web for Tuesday, May 29.
Flame, which is designed to steal stored files and information about targeted
Here’s a handful of interesting tech stories from around the web for Friday, May 25.
Curt Schilling’s 38 Studios lays off all staff [Boston Globe]
Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling’s video game company, 38 Studios,