The Top Announcements From Apple’s WWDC 2017

Apple’s WWDC 2017 keynote just wrapped, where key executives Craig Federighi, Phil Schiller, and, of course, Tim Cook, took the stage to announce updates headed to iPhones, MacBooks, Apple TV, and more. The rumors for this year’s WWDC came in the final hours leading up to the event, with hints of new hardware and, of…

Here’s Why Apple May Sue Microsoft For It’s Surface Studio Desktop

Microsoft’s new Surface Studio is an intriguing, albeit incredibly expensive, new PC geared for creative professionals. Boasting an impressive 28-inch display, the Surface Studio’s underlying appeal is a specialized hinge design that allows users to collapse the display to a 20-degree angle. In turn, users can more readily use the generously sized display for artistic…

Microsoft Announces A New iMac Knockoff

Microsoft today revealed the Surface Studio, an ultra-thin transforming all-in-one aimed at transforming your desk into a fully-fledged workstation studio,The iMac knockoff. As reported, Microsoft’s new transforming all-in-one is called the Surface Studio, and is aimed at 3D artists and businesspeople who need a sleek, versatile and powerful PC. The Surface Studio is incredibly thin…

Today in Apple history: Power Mac G5 goes on sale

Sometimes affectionately called the “cheese grater,” the original Power Mac G5 first went on sale on June 23, 2003 — offering what was then Apple’s fastest-ever machine and the world’s first 64-bit personal computer. Check out the video of Steve Jobs introducing the computer 13 years ago today.     Internally, the Power Mac G5…

WWDC’16 Summary

Holy moly, Apple fans… that was a wild ride. The huge WWDC 2016 keynote was packed full of announcements spanning nearly every single one of Apple’s product lines. Software was clearly the star of the show — this is, after all, a developer conference first and foremost — and we all know where everyone’s focus…

Microsoft trolls Apple with a WWDC afterparty

Microsoft has an ingenious plan to get the attention of everyone attending Apple’s big developer event on Monday: offer them free food and drinks. After WWDC’s first day wraps up, Microsoft will be throwing an afterparty basically next door to discuss “the future of apps.” This will probably not be the hippest party in San…