The jokes began writing themselves after Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the much-anticipated iPhone 6 and Apple Watch on Tuesday. Aside from the watch’s dated 1980s design, the watch failed to impress stockholders and consumers. Shares of Apple plunged within minutes of the watch’s unveiling as Apple shareholders dumped the stock onto the open market.
Ravi Dalchand is so confident in the BISSEL “All-in-One Vacuum and Steam Mop” that he ate his pasta dinner off a subway floor after first using the vacuum to clean it.
Picture this: a baby stroller is rolling down the street unattended. Being the concerned good Samaritan that you are, you approach the stroller and peer inside. But instead of a sleeping baby inside, you’re shocked to see a screeching, puking devil baby!
Advertising and Internet search giant Google is set to roll out the much-hyped Google Glass. If you haven’t heard about Google Glass yet, you will.
The futuristic frames will allow the wearer to, among other things, record your image and your conversations without your permission. Sure, anyone can surreptitiously record or videotape you by using their smart phones, but Google Glass puts this technology literally in your face.
A North Little Rock man is using social media to track down the ‘thief’ who may have stolen his iPad. It shouldn’t be too hard to find the woman: her picture is all over facebook and Twitter, Fox Arkansas reports.
NY Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony had no idea his boss was spying on him by deploying high-tech, sensitive microphones to eavesdrop on his conversations.
NBA League sources confirmed to the New York Post that Knicks owner James Dolan ordered two technicians to hold high-tech, sensitive microphones at opposite ends of the Madison Square Garden court to record all conversations by Anthony and the other players around him.
Dolan took action in the wake of Anthony’s one-game suspension following a verbal altercation between Anthony and the Boston Celtics’ star Kevin Garnett that spilled off the court last week.
The Apple executive responsible for the colossal failure of Apple’s new Maps app was fired for reportedly refusing to apologize to Apple’s customers.
Scott Forstall convinced Apple execs to replace Google maps on the new iPhone 5 cell phone with his Apple Maps, which turned out to be a disaster.
Not soon after the iPhone 5 launched, consumers began reporting problems with Apple Maps. Well-known streets and even entire towns were left off of the Maps navigation. The app quickly became a target of late night talk show hosts.