Happy 6th Anniversary dear iPhone, today; 6 years ago you were born and you revolutionized the world with your ease of use. Lets call it like it is; Apple changed everything when it came to smartphones. iPhone, iPhone 2G…iPhone First Generation (whichever you prefer) was released on June 29th, 2007 available exclusively for AT&T. ItContinue reading “6th Anniversary of the first iPhone”
Unfortunately, today’s Apple iPhone 5 press conference did not feature a Steve Jobs hologram showing off Apple’s new iteration of it’s insanely popular smartphone line, but that didn’t stop the folks at Mondo Media from releasing a parody video with a Jobs made out of protons and force fields
Steve Job’s eulogy that was given at his memorial service by his sister, Mona Simpson, on October 16th was published in the New York Times Opinion pages Sunday. It was a powerful and moving piece that truly was written from the heart.
Since Steve Jobs died Wednesday, October 5, I had gotten to do some thinking about how Steve has affected all of our lives in one way or another.
Just a matter of hours ago, Steve Jobs passed away leaving us with his legacy. All of us here at Techtronica were shocked and saddened about his passing and have decided to honor him here on the site.
The news came as a shock to the tech community not moments ago that computer luminary, Steve Jobs, has passed away. It has been known that Steve had been battling cancer for some time and now that battle has come to an end.
Finally the rumors can finally be laid to rest. Apple just issued an official press release on their website declaring the main motives behind this years’ World Wide Developers Conference. Here is the run-down…
If we may believe the Anti-Microsoft camp, MS is dead, at least in the mobile device arena. See this past week the bickering between Google and Apple. Before, these two were hand-in-glove to see to the demise of MS (even Eric Schmidt was on the board of directors of Apple), now they are celebrating the exitContinue reading “A Dude’s Dilemma in a Post Microsoft world”