Coming off a week of surprise product-related announcements, Apple was expecting to have a great week to close out March. The company held a star-studded event in Cupertino, California, where it unveiled its ambitious TV plans. But a handful of not-so-great things also happened to Apple last week. Last Monday, Apple held a big event at the Steve Jobs Theatre at its new headquarters in Cupertino, California, where it unveiled a handful of new premium services: for news and magazines, video games, and TV shows. Apple’s big event went off without a hitch: Hollywood A-listers like Steven Spielberg and Reese Witherspoon unveiled their exclusive new shows for Apple’s TV Plus service, and CEO Tim Cook spent quality time with Oprah Winfrey during and after the event. But that was just Monday. The rest of the week was not so glamorous for Apple. Here’s what happened. MONDAY: The week started off pretty good! Apple unveiled three new premium services at its big event, … [Read more...] about Apple had a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week — here’s what happened
Justin Jaffe, provided by Published 1:30 pm PST, Tuesday, February 26, 2019 Photo: Angela Lang/CNET Photo: Angela Lang/CNET Image 1 of / 20 Caption Close Image 1 of 20 Photo: Angela Lang/CNET iPhone 11 rumors: Price, specs, features and everything else we know 1 / 20 Back to Gallery This article, iPhone 11 rumors: Price, specs, features and everything else we know, originally appeared on CNET.com. We probably won't see Apple's next iPhone -- possibly called the iPhone 11 -- until this fall, but 2019 is already a dramatic, game-changing year for phones. We're at the dawn of 5G, the next generation of cellular technology, which promises to increase connectivity speeds by an order of … [Read more...] about iPhone 11 rumors: Price, specs, features and everything else we know
Vanessa Hand Orellana, provided by 5:01 pm PST, Thursday, February 7, 2019 Apple began selling refurbished iPhone X's online. Apple began selling refurbished iPhone X's online. Photo: Screenshot Apple.com Photo: Screenshot Apple.com Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Apple began selling refurbished iPhone X's online. Apple began selling refurbished iPhone X's online. Photo: Screenshot Apple.com The iPhone X is back on sale, but for how long? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery This article, The iPhone X is back on sale, but for how long?, originally appeared on CNET.com. The iPhone X has been spotted again on the Apple Store at a discounted price. The 2019 iPhones are rumored to have … [Read more...] about The iPhone X is back on sale, but for how long?
By Martha Ross | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: January 9, 2019 at 10:35 am | UPDATED: January 9, 2019 at 10:35 am Three days before world’s-richest-person Jeff Bezos announced that he and his longtime wife, Mackenzie, were getting a divorce, the Amazon chief and founder played one of his many boss roles: entertainment mogul. Bezos, 54, attended the Golden Globe Awards Sunday night, apparently solo, and schmoozed with the stars, as his Amazon Prime streaming content provider had three shows nominated for major awards. Bezos had attended the Academy Awards last year with Mackenzie, and the pair turned up together at the Golden Globe Awards in 2017. Amazon’s nominated shows Sunday were “Homecoming,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and “A Very English Scandal” for, respectively, best drama series, best comedy series and best limited series. Gold Derby oted that Amazon stood a chance of being the first TV network … [Read more...] about Before divorce news, Jeff Bezos’ Golden Globes night didn’t go as hoped
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper DealBook | DealBook Briefing: Feeling the Bite of the Government Shutdown DealBook Supported by Jan. 9, 2019 Good Wednesday morning. Want this by email? Sign up here . The pain of the government shutdown is showing President Trump escalated the border wall fight in a televised speech last night, at the cost of leaving the government partly closed. He criticized political opponents for blocking the wall, although Democrats have offered $1.3 billion for border security measures like surveillance and fencing. The effects of the shutdown have begun to ripple across the economy, with mortgage applications delayed or canceled, public companies unable to complete deals and the well running dry for many federal employees. • Payday would have come this week for many of the 800,000 federal workers affected. With no … [Read more...] about DealBook Briefing: Feeling the Bite of the Government Shutdown