Monday, March 18, 2013
An exclusive Apple computers collection will be on display in Roswell, Saturday April 20 and Sunday April 21.
Techies and history buffs are drooling over Apples - of the electronic variety. A special Apple Pop-Up Museum is headed to Roswell for one weekend only in April and the virtual world is buzzing with excitement. According to information from organizers, the museum will exhibit in conjunction with the Vintage Computer Festival Southeast 1.0, at the former CompUSA store at Kings Market Shopping Center in Roswell. They hope it will tell "the story of how a small start-up company founded in a garage by two young friends, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, became the leading consumer electronics and personal computer company in the world...forever changing how we interact with others and the world around us." The 6,000-square-foot exhibit will …
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
The festival will be held April 20-21 at Kings Market Shopping Center, 1425 Market Boulevard, Suite #200.
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Consumer Reports thinks so, apparently. Do you agree that Apple is slipping behind its rivals in the smartphone market?
A recent issue of Consumer Reports that ranked the top smartphones in the U.S. placed the iPhone 5 behind its rivals among many carriers; the trendy phone didn't even crack the top three for Verizon. Business Insider picked up on the magazine's story and speculated that while the iPhone has been a "mind-boggling" success for the past five years, other smartphone makers are starting to catch up, pointing to the success of the Samsung Galaxy S3 among others. The worry is that Apple will soon be eclipsed as the already hyper-competitive and ridiculously lucrative smartphone market continues to heat up. Of course, slipping from complete dominance to near-dominance isn't entirely bad, plus rumors are already swirling that the software giant …
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Rumor has it that Apple will debut its latest upgrade to the iPhone, Wednesday, Sept. 12. But will it have everything buyers hope for?
For the past several weeks, the Web has been buzzing with the prospective news that Apple will announce its latest iteration of the popular iPhone - mostly likely dubbed the iPhone 5 - Wednesday, Sept. 12. USA Today's Jefferson Graham says the new phone is expected to be slightly bigger with a larger screen, faster processor (iOS 6) and better camera. The phone should also have a new mapping feature - called Apple Maps. The Huffington Post reports that Apple is likely to change the phone's look, shrink the charging dock and equip it with a bigger battery for longer life on one charge. A JP Morgan economist has said he believes the release of the new iPhone could result in a major boost to the nation's economy during the last quarter of the…
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Apple made the announcement late Wednesday, Oct. 5.
Just a day after it released news of the iPhone 4S, Apple has announced the death of its co-founder and visionary, Steve Jobs, according to the Huffington Post. Jobs recently stepped down from his position as the company's chief executive officer. He was 56 years old. Apple, which has posted a tribute to its website homepage, is asking people to send memorial e-mails and tributes to email@example.com.