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Archive for July, 2013

FileMaker discontinues Bento

Apple subsidiary FileMaker, Inc. has announced the end of its Bento database application for OS X. FileMaker’s official announcement, verbatim:

FileMaker, Inc. is increasing its focus on FileMaker Product Line software. Thanks to the ease of creating iPad and iPhone

 

Time to drop Dropbox?

“Nothing has changed the way I use computers in the last few years more than Dropbox. The ability to get at my files from anywhere has made a huge difference. But it’s the cloud — not Dropbox specifically — that …

 

Six years later, how Apple keeps the iPhone revolution rolling

“This past quarter, Apple says it shipped 31.2 million iPhones, which amounts to growth of 20 percent from the 26 million iPhones shipped the same quarter a year ago,” Erica Ogg reports for GigaOM.

“Despite the increasing saturation of the …

 

First Test: iWork for iCloud beta

Following the activation of iWork for iCloud beta this morning, I’ve completed my first test.

I logged into my web-baaed iCloud account and the cloud versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote appeared. I launched Pages, another window opens  with a …

 

iWork for iCloud beta invites expand

As work continues on Apple’s newest cloud application suite, iWork for iCloud, the circle of access for non-developers appears to be widening.

Yesterday, I received an email invitations to join the iWork for iCloud beta. The email encourages users …

 

Fortune Global 500: Apple up 36 spots to #19

In the Fortune Global 500, companies are ranked by total revenues for their respective fiscal years ended on or before March 31, 2013. Revenue figures include consolidated subsidiaries and reported revenues from discontinued operations, but exclude excise taxes. For banks, …