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Logo designer Graham Smith is the man behind a series of jarring “brand reversions”.
Apple just filed a patent for a combination USB port and SD card reader.
In other words, future iterations of the already impressive MacBook Air could be even thinner and lighter than they already are. That’s kind of ridiculous to think about, actually.
A new report from Juniper Networks says the rate of malware infection on mobile devices is up by a staggering 614%. A full 92% of infections occurred on Android devices.
This does not bode well for the cell phone and tablet industry. It won’t be long before we’re all going to have to install anti-malware and antivirus apps on our devices.
Dear lord, this is going to be awful.
Rumors are circulating that Apple plans to add games to Apple TV after it included a “Game Controller Framework” document with the pre-release documentation for iOS 7 devs.
This is the first time Apple has ever released a document to guide the development of third-party game controllers. If this happens, it would be a quantum leap for Apple TV.
Microsoft Office is now available for iOS devices. Because why the fuck not?
Apple is finally adding a zoom function to video recording with iOS 7.
The new MP looks like a trash can. The new Air is a beast with a massive battery and blazing fast new Intel chips. The new Mac Pro comes out in fall. The new Air starts shipping today.
For whatever reason Apple decided that it would be a good idea to try to compete with E3 2013 by holding their Worldwide Developer’s Conference on the same day.
The big announcement, of course, was the completely redesigned iOS 7. It’s due out this fall. I don’t really know what else to say. It’s new. It’s shiny. But at it’s core it’s still iOS.
Last night, the Washington Post and The Guardian both blew the lid on a nasty NSA program called PRISM. It’s a collaboration between the NSA, FBI, and almost every tech company we use daily. PRISM has given these agencies access to our information for six years.
Gizmodo has a full breakdown on the incredibly invasive program.