During their March 2015 Special Event, Apple unveiled their “reinvented notebook,” dubbed The New MacBook—adhering to the new naming convention Apple began with “The New iPad” in 2012.
The Interview has been subject to much controversy over the past few weeks, in the wake of a massive cyberattack against Sony. The cyberattacks—originally “confirmed” by the FBI to have originated in North Korea—resulted in the leaking of tons of confidential information, personal details and emails. The cyberattacks were subsequently followed by terrorist threats against Sony and any theater on board to show the controversial comedy, starring Seth Rogen and James Franco.
When Spotify made its U.S. debut in 2011, I was pretty skeptical of how well it’d do here. With dozens of free music streaming options which run right in the browser (read: YouTube, Vevo, SoundCloud), why would anyone want to install another application? How well would it integrate with our existing music libraries? Could Spotify ever replace iTunes?
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A video which may be of the iPhone 6
…just leaked online, showing off its size, features and more. The original video was released in Chinese, but was translated to English in this video by the good folks over at AskMen.
Apple will be unveiling the iPhone 6 tomorrow at its event in Cupertino, California. They will be live-streaming their keynote on their website, as well as on every iOS device with an active data/Wi-Fi connection at 1PM Eastern Time!
You can read about what to expect here.
What are your thoughts?