Apple’s App Store Celebrates 10 Years

Time does surely fly, it seems like only yesterday that Apple unveiled the iPhone App Store to the world. The exact date was July 10th, 2008. At its launch the App Store had 500 applications, which seemed like so many at the time. Today there are millions of applications. It is very likely that without […]

Apple App Store Improvements

Earlier this week Apple made some surprise announcements about changes occurring to its App Stores. It is not surprising that the changes are being made, but instead their timing is the interesting aspect. With Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) beginning next week, one would think that this information would be announced at the conference. […]

Daily Run Down 05/23/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down. Apple is claiming that Amazon’s AppStore isn’t an “app store”. The Face of a 49-million year-old spider has been constructed in 3D. Zynga is being sued over the use of “Oregon Trail”. The RIAA has requested a subpoena of Box.Net for the files its customers upload. Apple is working […]

Daily Run Down 04/30/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down. The Federal Government is going to remotely remove the ‘Coreflood’ botnet off of computers. The US Army is going to launch it’s own App Store. A Class-action lawsuit has been filed against Sony for the PSN breach. MIT’s Genetically modified viruses to boost solar-cell efficiency by herding nanotubs. New […]