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Move over Emoji, here comes Animoji

September 12th, 2017 Comments off

While it may just be a marketing ploy to get people to buy an iPhone X, Apple unveiled Animoji on Tuesday. A new feature in iOS 11, Animoji’s are animated versions of emojis found on the iPhone. Animoji will employ Face ID hardware face-scanning features found on the  iPhone X to create custom 3D versions […]

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Apple Does It Again: Names It’s New HQ “Apple Park” Doesn’t Own ApplePark.com (or the .net or .org)

February 22nd, 2017 Comments off

In a Press Release today, Apple announced that its new Headquarters will be named Apple Park. The new 175-acre HQ will have 12,000 employees in a ring-shaped, 2.8 million-square-foot main building which is clad entirely in the world’s largest panels of curved glass. Apple also announced the theater at Apple Park will be named the […]

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Is Apple Inc. Getting Ready To Use It’s New .apple gTLD Domain Extension?

September 18th, 2015 Comments off
Apple Inc. has registered 29 new .com domain names and looking at the list, the domains look a little "odd" but consider the fact that Apple Inc. has applied for the new gTLD .apple and things may make a lot more sense. We break it down for you here!

Apple Inc. Registers Several New iSurvey Domain Names

September 3rd, 2015 Comments off
Apple Inc. has registered several new domain names and the group of 5 domain names relate to "Survey", with a focus once again on an i term, iSurvey. Domains like AppleiSurvey.com were registered on September 1, 2015 just 8 days prior to its event on September 9, 2015.

Apple Inc. Registers 4 .org “Apple News” Domains 87 Days AFTER Announcing It’s News App

September 2nd, 2015 Comments off
Apple Inc. has registered 4 new .org domain names relating to the new "News app" they publicly announced on June 8, 2015... some 87 days AFTER they announced and now others own the .com domain names according to whois records.

Apple Is Going Head to Head with iHeart Music Festival With Apple Music Fest: Domain Regs Say So

August 28th, 2015 Comments off
Apple Inc. has registered 11 new domain names relating to a music festival and also announced on September 18, 2015 the rebranding of iTunes Music Festival to Apple Music Festival. iHeart Music Festival starts September 18, 2015 and Apple Music Festival starts on September 19th!

“Straight Outta” Viral Meme Launched On Days Old Domain By Apple / Beats By Dre

August 20th, 2015 Comments off
The viral meme generator Straight Outta, which then allows you to enter in a term and share the picture, was the brainchild of Dr. Dre and Universal Studios. They launched the marketing campaign on a now, 28 day old hand registered domain StraightOuttaSomewhere.com

Could Apple Surpass Google in Search One Day ?

July 3rd, 2015 Comments off
There was an interesting article on of all places LearnBonds.com with regards to Apple going after Google in search. The article discussed the fact that Applebot has been crawling the web for close to a year and that back in May, Apple made that clear. The article also delves into why Apple cannot collect as […]
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Apple Inc. Acquires 170 iCloud Domains From Xcerion

June 13th, 2015 Comments off
Apple Inc. has acquired 170 iCloud related domain names from the company it reportedly paid $4.5 Million to for the iCloud.com domain, Xcerion.

Mobile Advertising Prospects Take A Hit – Adblocking is coming to the iPhone with iOS 9

June 11th, 2015 Comments off
Mobile Advertising has been a hot topic for the last couple years, back in April there was an article by Business Insider titled, “Mobile is growing faster than all other ad formats.” From the article: Mobile is growing faster than all other digital advertising formats in the US, as advertisers begin allocating dollars to catch the eyes […]