Heads up if you hold a degree in math, science or engineering and have logged hours flying high-performance jet aircraft. NASA is looking for its next class of astronauts!
All week the Internet has be forecasting the death of the iPod classic. Well, it looks the classic isn't going down without a fight.
Apple's shown off some impressive gaming action, in the form of Infinity Blade 2, but apparently all game saves will be synched to the iCloud, once the service becomes available October 12th. Game Centre updates also include profile pictures; friends recommendations, and overall achievement scores. [Kotaku]
Apple just announced the iPhone 4S and it looks exactly the same as the iPhone 4! Does that mean it's plagued by the iPhone 4's notorious attenuation problem? No, not anymore. This time around, they fixed the antenna.
The new iOS 5 will go live October 12. It brings revamped notifications and more than 200 new features for your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. These are the top ten, and then some more.
Apple's new iPhone 4S is just last year's design loaded with a new brain and more memory. It will run your apps faster and Apple's new iOS5's Assistant, an artificial intelligence program that listens and interprets your orders. It just looks exactly the same.
Apple's boosted its petite iPod offering, with a new scrolling touch UI (no more grid!), built-in sensors for fitness tracking, and—wait for it—an assortment of virtual watch faces. Oh, and it plays music. Available today.
Apple just announced a new app called Find My Friends. The app will show you where your friends are on a map so you can find them when you're lost, meet up with them if they're near or just plain stalk them.
Apple's iCloud is launching October 12th, providing wireless backup and syncing for your apps, songs, documents, books, photos, videos, calendars and contacts. Best of all, it's free. Here are a few of iCloud's more notable features.
This is probably a joke by someone in Spain, but a Gizmodo reader just took this photo of this banner. It says "Presenting iPhone 5. Now available." It appeared a few minutes ago at the FNAC store in Madrid's center.
Forget that slightly ramped-up iPhone 4S: the first picture of the Nexus Prime has leaked out to GSM Arena. While it doesn't give away much about the hardware's aesthetics, it does confirm it's got a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED screen with 320ppi density.
The next iPhone, whatever it's called, will be announced tomorrow. Our Yankee older brother will be bringing together the best coverage from our amazing friends all around the web, like gdgt live, Ars Technica's liveblog and more, over at live.gizmodo.com.
Tim Cook won't be happy. His Japanese boys have let the cat out of the bag already. Kind of ruins the excitement eh?