Sonic the Hedgehog was Sega’s answer to Nintendo’s Mario showcasing exactly what the Megadrive could do back in the day and spawning the urban legend of “burst processing”. It is crazy how excited we get about turning the latest technology into throwback machines but we do it.
It’s that time of year again, Apple’s 12 days of Christmas (not the generic holiday term) where the Cupertino giant gives away freebies starting from the 26th December. To get your daily freebie all you need to do is grab the app from the and I’d recommend leaving on push notifications to get alerted when the next freebie lands.
Apple on Tuesday announced plans to introduce a new fourth-generation iPad model with 128GB of storage, twice the capacity of its previous high end model. The new version goes on sale Feburary 5, 2013 for $799 for Wi-Fi only and $929 for the Wi-Fi + Cellular model. Besides the additional storage capacity, the iPad is a standard fourth-generation model. It comes equipped with a 9.7-inch “Retina” display with 2048×1536 pixel resolution. Under the hood is Apple’s A6X dual-core microprocessor, with quad-core graphics. The iPad comes with front and rear-facing cameras and a Lightning connector. Pricing & Availability The new 128GB versions of the fourth generation iPad will be available starting Tuesday, February 5, in black or white, for a suggested retail price of $799 (US) for the iPad with Wi-Fi model and $929 (US) for the iPad with Wi-Fi + Cellular model. All versions of the 128GB iPad will be sold through the Apple Online Store (www.apple.com), Apple retail stores and select Apple Authorized Resellers. The 128GB model will be available…
Apple today posted its earnings for the final quarter of 2012, which was “disappointingly” the largest corporate earnings year in human history by a tidy margin, causing many investors to panic as Apple clearly circles the drain in what will be the first step in a short road to the demise of the most valuable company in the world (If Exxon hasn’t indeed surpassed it tomorrow morning). Apple’s 13.1B in earnings this quarter was the 4th largest of all time according to the same metric.