We’re still waiting to hear whatever became of Dr. Dre’s Apple series with Sam Rockwell and Ian McShane, but in the meantime, Apple is preparing to launch its first reality show with Planet of the Apps. It’s basically Shark Tank, but for app developers, with bonus Gwyneth Paltrow!
On Tuesday, Apple announced a bunch of new products, including two new iPhones, a watch and a wireless payment system.
The big news with the iPhone 6 was that it comes in two sizes, 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches.
While discussing the new products, "Live with Kelly & Michael" hosts Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan were having some trouble visualizing the screen size for the iPhone. So,
It's been a few months since we've played a news story about someone who claims they see Jesus in something.
There was the infamous Jesus grilled cheese sandwich years ago. Then, Jesus appeared in a window. In another appearance, Jesus showed up on a piece of toast.
And, now, a New Mexico man claims to have found Jesus in an apple.
New York Times columnist James Stewart was a guest on CNBC the other day, talking about former BP executive John Browne's book, "The Glass Closet: Why Coming Out Is Good for Business." The book focuses on gay executives, including CEOs of big companies.
During the segment, Stewart commented on how he called many companies for comment, but no one was willing to go on the record about th
What many people consider as their favorite fruit, including me, apples are great is almost every way. They're inexpensive, they're versatile and they're common enough that you can find them just about anywhere. Most of us eat around the core but in doing so you're wasting about 30% of the apple. Instead, why not try eating an apple from top to bottom, or bottom to top?