Bernie Sanders says Apple isn’t destroying fabric of America — Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders (D) said specifically that Apple isn’t one of those companies he’s accused of “destroying the fabric of America,” but he had two things he wished Apple would change. The first is that he wants Apple to make some of its products in the US (spoiler, Apple already does), and the second is he wants Apple to pay “[its] fare share of taxes”.
MacStadium scoops up Macminicolo, plans expansion — MacStadium, a Mac hosting provider, has received a multi-million dollar line of credit from Silicon Valley Bank, and will acquire Macminicolo , the oldest vendor in the commercial Mac hosting industry.
White House photographer used an iPhone 6 to catch people off-guard — Christmas at the White House means a whole lot of camera flashes, poses, and smiles, and that usually means plenty of fancy camera equipment. For one seasoned photographer, Apple’s iPhone is the tool of choice this year. As Time reports, photographer Brooks Kraft – who has spent over a decade covering events at the White House, decided to take a different approach to capturing this year’s Christmas festivities.
How Apple’s iPad could flourish again — Apple’s iPad sales have been declining. Everyone in North America and Europe who needs or wants one has bought one. Now, Apple is faced with the need to engage new, perhaps less affluent geographies. But also, crucially, there is the business of getting the iPad on a path to more capabilities, growing with user needs and expectations. The phenomenal sales of the MacBook Air punctuates this lack of iPad development and maturity.
Best holiday gifts under (US)$75 — It’s time to save some of that hard-earned cash with our Daily Deals, featuring exclusive TUAW Deals, a handy list from Dealnews and TUAW’s handpicked iOS and OS X selections.
Square releases Caviar restaurant delivery app, Tomb Raider II comes to iOS —Two interesting new apps hit the App Store recently, as payments company Square unveiled a new app for its Caviar restaurant delivery service, while game studio Square Enix brought another classic game to Apple’s portables with Tomb Raider II.