Using a Mac – Hearing/Visually Impaired

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Spicy Horse Unleashes Hell Invaders This Fall

Spicy Horse has announced their next project will be a collectible card game/RTS tentatively titled Hell Invaders. Shooting for a fall release, Hell Invaders is being developed for PC, Mac, Linux and tablets. Hell Invaders will consist of actual card battles, instead of two cards fighting on a table. The creatures of the cards will … Continue reading

Five reasons Apple is doomed, doomed, doomed!

“You don’t have to turn the dial too far in order to find somebody singing the death knell for Apple [AAPL] and here’s five reasons they’re singing those shanties,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. Apple is losing to Android: Marketshare based on sales figures should be a big indicator of platform popularity. The ascendancy of … Continue reading

Forrester Report: Apple will sell $39 billion in Macs and iPads to businesses over next 2 years

“Forrester Research is reporting that Apple will sell $39 billion in Macs and iPads through 2014,” Alex Williams reports for TechCrunch. “According to the firm’s latest report, Apple will sell $7 billion worth of Macs and $11 billion in iPads to the corporate market this year,” Williams reports. “In 2014, Apple will sell $8 billion … Continue reading

Fujitsu President: Weak demand for Microsoft’s Windows 8 killing PC Sales

“Fujitsu Ltd., Japan’s biggest provider of computer services, said the company will miss its annual shipment target for personal computers amid slow demand for Microsoft Corp.’s Windows 8 operating system,” Naoko Fujimura and Shunichi Ozasa report for Bloomberg. “Initial appetite for the software, introduced in October, is ‘weak,’ Fujitsu President Masami Yamamoto, 58, told reporters … Continue reading

Apple product thefts in New York City outpace rise in overall crime

“Thefts of Apple Inc. products in New York City increased more since last year than crime overall, according to the police department,” Chris Dolmetsch reports for Bloomberg. “The Cupertino, California-based company’s products were stolen in a total of 11,447 incidents between Jan. 1 and Sept. 23, an increase of 40 percent over the same period … Continue reading