Saturday, October 16, 2010

Washing Machine That Uses Tiny Beads Instead Of Water To Remove Stains

Friday, October 15, 2010

John Sculley On Steve Jobs, The Full Interview Transcript

"The thing that separated Steve Jobs from other people like Bill Gates — Bill was brilliant too — but Bill was never interested in great taste. He was always interested in being able to dominate a market. He would put out whatever he had to put out there to own that space. Steve would never do that. Steve believed in perfection. Steve was willing to take extraordinary chances in trying new product areas but it was always from the vantage point of being a designer. So when I think about different kinds of CEOs — CEOs who are great leaders, CEOs who are great turnaround artists, great deal negotiators, great people motivators — but the great skill that Steve has is he’s a great designer. Everything at Apple can be best understood through the lens of designing."

Continue reading the full story at Cult of Mac by Leander Kahney

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Verizon To Start Selling iPads Starting October 28

Apple's Mac Event Is A "Non-Event" For Investors, Says Gene Munster

Facebook offers temporary log-ins for public computers

Facebook is launching one-time passwords in an effort to make it safer to log on to the social network from public computers.

It also claims the system will help prevent cyber-criminals accessing users' accounts.

Users need to text the words 'otp' to 32665 and they will be sent a temporary password that will expire after 20 minutes.

But security experts questioned whether the system was safe.

Continue reading the full at the BBC

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Mac Users Are Getting New Outlook From Rival

"A new, faster, better version of Microsoft Office is coming out Oct. 26. But it isn’t for Microsoft’s own Windows operating system. It is for the Macintosh computers made by the software giant’s archrival, Apple. And, among other things, it will bestow upon the Mac a benefit heretofore available only on Windows: Outlook. The popular email, calendar and contacts program is finally arriving on the Mac in a version that looks and works very much like the Windows version."

Mac Users Are Getting New Outlook From Rival

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Apple Bull Gene Munster Says Apple TV Will NOT Be A Hit

No, GM Didn't 'Lie' About The Volt, The Press Got It Wrong

Dear "Middle Class" Americans: Most Of You Are Debt Serfs With Zero Assets

Apple shares near milestone of $300

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Shares of Apple Inc. are drawing near the $300 mark, though most Wall Street analysts covering the company expect the stock to move even higher.

On Tuesday, Apple (AAPL 298.50, -0.24, -0.08%) shares rose another $1.70 to $297.04, driving the company’s market capitalization to about $271 billion. Even considering Apple’s strong performance in previous periods, the shares have had a good year, with investors continuing to show their faith in the company’s focus on mobile devices such as the iPhone 4 and iPad.

The stock now sits at an all-time high, and is expected to continue to push ahead, especially after Apple releases its September quarter results next Monday.

Read the full story by Rex Crum at MarketWatch