20 December 2011
Posted in Apple
There's a new Apple product doing the rounds on the rumour blogs, and it's called the iTV. We've already heard the name once before, but this time it's for real: the Wall Street Journal thinks they've nailed down exactly what the iTV will be, including facts like how it will be very dependent on the cloud, will integrate with iOS devices, have an upgraded version of AirPlay, and more.
Steve Wozniak has been recorded as saying structured societies can't produce great companies like Apple, as they just don't contain the right ecosystem for innovation like Apple's. Don't get me wrong — it's not about the people, it's about what's seen as the "norm" — where are the crazy ones? The misfits? The square pegs in the round holes?
Image enlargement is something you don't usually want to do, as it can lead to some pretty ordinary results. Blow Up 3 is one piece of software that produces acceptably-sized images without compromising quality (too much), and Macworld take a look.
There's an article at the Bullish Cross blog that's filled with numbers. Numbers and graphs all about the way analysts predict Apple's forecast earnings using Apple's guidance. It's insanely detailed.