Tuesday, September 14, 2010 -
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Steve Jobs Ninja Throwing Stars Story Untrue, says Apple
Apple spokesperson Steve Dowling called Techland to address the Steve Jobs ninja throwing star story. According to Bloomberg, Jobs was stopped at Kansai International Airport for trying to carrying a deadly weapon – the …
Update: Apple called Techland saying that the story is “pure fiction.” According to the New York Post, Steve Jobs himself has told them the same.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs was barred from taking ninja stars on board his private plane at Kansai International Airport, near Osaka, Japan. SPA! Magazine reports that the CEO said he would never …
Apple announced today that it will try again with Apple TV, unveiling a smaller, all-HD device that eliminates storage, available to customers in about four weeks.
Here’s what we know so far: (Updates as they’re available.)
Quarter of the size of the 1G Apple TV
Built-in power supply
HDMI port (Cord sold …
Today’s special event will be streamed live to any Safari browser on a Mac running OS X 10.6 and any iPhone, iPod touch or iPad running iOS 3.0 or higher. If you’re on a PC then you can follow our liveblog starting a little before 1PM ET.
Thank you, Steve Jobs.
A Taiwanese news station has created its own animated time line of Apple’s iPhone 4 antenna fallout, Sims-style.
An evil Vader-like Jobs defeats Bill Gates in a light saber duel before force choking the daylight out of Gizmodo editor Jason Chen and brainwashing consumers into being tethered to AT&T. Happy Monday, everybody.
If you’re iRate that your new iPhone seemingly gets all wonky when you cover the lower left corner with your hand, Fast Company has what may be the least expensive fix short of following Steve Jobs’ advice of “Just avoid holding it that way.”
The basic idea is to cut a tiny piece of Scotch tape and place it over the little black …
If you were following along on Monday during our WWDC keynote live blog then you know why today’s Penny Arcade strip is HI-larious. If you didn’t, you should really go and read the live blog or watch the keynote.
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If you’ve got two hours to spare then I’ve got a video for you, friend! Watch yesterdays Apple WWDC 2010 keynote address, which includes Steve Jobs’ mini tantrum over all the Sprint Overdrives and MiFis clogging up the spectrum and his FaceTime with Jony Ive.
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Hands-on with the iPhone 4
Here’s what we know so far about Apple’s new iPhone 4. And in case you missed it, check out the liveblog and our hands-on demo for more information and other announcements.
$199 for 16GB, $299 for 32GB
Available in black or white
Preorders begin 6/15, devices ship 6/24
4.5 inches (H) by 2.31 inches …
Are you ready to rumble? It’s here’s-a-bunch-of-stuff-that-you-really-want-but-can’t-buy-today day aka new iPhone day and maybe a few other things. Join us while we cover Steve Jobs WWDC 2010 keynote live from San Francisco.
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iPhone 4: The Specs …
Without fail, the month of June stands for two things – the start of summer and a new iPhone. Summer weather may be scattered throughout the country but one thing is for sure, Steve Jobs will take the stage Monday morning at Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference in San Francisco and officially unveil the fourth generation …
Hell hath no fury like Steve Jobs really, really pissed off at you.
From a post earlier today, we’ve learned that not only has Gizmodo not been granted press credentials for Monday’s Apple Worldwide Developer’s Conference (and rumored iPhone 4 announcement), Apple never even responded to their request. Ouch.
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