The latest news from the folks over at The Onion: Apple is working hard to move streets, buildings, and natural features of the Earth itself to be consistent with their heavily criticized Maps software.
Apple debuted the hotly anticipated iPhone 5 in San Francisco today, and it looks to be worth the wait, if you're into that sort of thing.
With a longer design allowing for a fifth row of icons, it's also 20 percent lighter and 18 percent thinner than the iPhone 4S. The new phone also features ultra-fast wi-fi, a super-fancy new camera, and a twofold CPU speed increase.
Apple is also promising "full console quality" graphics, if you can still get past touch controls for your gaming on the go.
Battery life is going to see improvements: eight hours making calls, and up to 225 on standby.
It's nice to know that Apple hasn't skimped on the features, but can it live up to the expectations of such an opinionated user base?
The iPhone 5 will ship on September 21.
In something that is both dated, awkward, and just unintentionally hilarious, this Apple-produced video, "Blue Busters," takes shots at IBM using Ray Parker Jr's "Ghostbusters" as its reference point. Even better are the cameos by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, which puts them in the unique position of being innovators of dis videos.
Deathxploitation of the Day: Sony Music and Apple are being criticised today for capitalizing on the death of Whitney Houston by raising the price of her Ultimate Collection by nearly five dollars.
The Guardian reports that news of the singer's demise led Sony Music to raise the wholesale price of the 1997 hits compilation, prompting Apple to increase
RIP: Steve Jobs, co-founder and former-CEO of Apple Inc., passed away today at the age of 56.
Jobs was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2004. His failing health forced him to resign his role as Apple's CEO earlier this year, as he felt he could "no longer meet my duties and expectations."
"Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world has los