Thursday, February 17, 2011
This post is part of an ongoing series on the Amazon Kindle and other ereaders.
Late last year, I wrote a number of blog posts on the Kindle and other ereaders, coming to the conclusion—in my final post—that the best ereader of all might actually be the Kindle app on your iPhone.
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Wednesday, February 16, 2011
I’ve been watching Apple innovate for 35-years. Most recently we’ve seen it transform the music industry, change the phone industry and reinvent the PC industry with the iPad. This year we’re looking at iPhone 5 as wallets, iTunes music streaming, the iPad 2.0 and much, much more.
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The Samsung Galaxy S2 will be equipped with a quad-core GPU that basically every hardcore Apple fan wants the iPhone 5 to have.
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Thursday, February 10, 2011
More rumors continue to swell as we have with regards to Apple’s release date for the iPhone 5 for Verizon. Apple is rumored to be doing its announcement for the Verizon iPhone 5 and iOS 5 this coming WWDC 2011. Although these rumors are not yet confirmed, all roads point to the this year’s WWDC for the big reveal.
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Wednesday, February 09, 2011
Apple’s iPhone 4 is very much the phone of the moment as it launches at Verizon this week, but five 4G phones coming this spring will kick sand on Apple’s dandy hand candy.
Motorola Mobility, Samsung, HTC and LG have promised to deliver supercharged, ultra-thin, 4G Google Android devices in the coming weeks and months.
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Tuesday, February 08, 2011
The highly anticipated white iPhone 4 which has popped up everywhere from the Vodafone Germany website to AT&T’s inventory screenshot, has now made its way over to two local US retailers, Best Buy and The Source.
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Monday, February 07, 2011
From all the rumors and speculations that we have heard about the upcoming Apple iPhone 5, this one may just take the cake for the most frivolous suggestion – well, at least for the time being. Apparently, the next iteration of the iPhone is to come with a 3D screen. That is, if you believe a rumor which originated from a blog in France.
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Friday, January 21, 2011
While his Black Hat DC Conference demonstration was not flawless, a University of Luxembourg student on Wednesday did show that it’s possible to trick iPhone users into joining a fake GSM network.
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Apple users have been thirsting for a white iPhone, which the company has been delaying for some reason or the other for since we can remember. One reason touted was that the white skin affected camera results. There was also another story Apple encountering problems with getting two suppliers in the Far East to match the shade of white used in the manufacturing of the phone’s parts.
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Monday, December 06, 2010
White iPhone 4 was delayed several times, but the apple has confirmed that white iPhone will launch this on Spring 2011.
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Friday, November 19, 2010
The iPhone 4 user might say he has one of the most powerful mobiles,but this may change.
Rumors say that the new iPhone 5 will have enough changes to overcome the previous one , either because of its camera or display.
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
For the past two years, Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android battled for the mobile lives of digital consumers, tomorrow they will battle for their hearts and pockets as each plans ambitious near field communications (NFC) products in next-generation devices.
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Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Apple is expected to release the latest version of iTunes 10.1 as well as OS X 10.6.5 today and according to rumours, later this week – Friday – will unveil iOS 4.2 to the world.
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Saturday, October 30, 2010
Above and beyond all the things Apple is known for, it’s there exploration of new materials to use for their consumer hardware that has impressed me the most. While most companies are still using black shiny finger print magnet plastic for their products, Apple has switched nearly their entire lineup to devices made out of glass and aluminum.
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Wednesday, October 27, 2010
ASUS and Garmin today formally declared the end of their phone partnership but left room for collaboration and for expansion of Garmin’s smartphone efforts to the iPhone and other platforms. Under the new deal, ASUS will make phones by itself in the future but will use Garmin GPS apps on its Android phones for “a couple of years,” according to ASUS’ mobile lead Benson Lin.
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Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Apple on Tuesday released the third beta of iOS 4.2 to developers alongside the second beta of iTunes 10.1, making subtle changes to the distributions of the former for both the iPhone and the iPad.
iOS 4.2 build releases seem to be following a two week cycle, as the first iOS 4.2 beta was released four weeks ago, with the second beta coming two weeks after.
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Monday, September 20, 2010
Runners queue overnight outside the shops on behalf of businessmen in order to buy the new iPhone 4.
Since it is not necessary to sign a contract with a service provider the devices can be sold abroad at huge profit where they are not yet available on sale.
Read More www.telegraph.co.uk
Saturday, September 18, 2010
According to Scott Moritz from The Street, Apple probably has a fix for the iPhone 4 antenna issue.
The company told its manufacturing partners to alter the iPhone production process to include an internal component that will insulate the defective antenna connection that has disrupted the phone’s signal reception, according to people close to Apple’s suppliers. And at least one analyst noted that the sudden change in iPhone availability from a week to three weeks, was a potential sign of a production “transition.”
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Friday, September 17, 2010
As Apple prepares to unleash its new AirPlay and AirPrint wireless standards this fall, details on the technology and what functionality it might gain in the future were detailed in a plethora of patent applications revealed this week.
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Tuesday, September 14, 2010
The recent iPhone and iPod update to iOS 4.1 has created quality problems with built-in car audio systems that owners describe as “scratchy, crackly” and bringing periodic micro-dropouts, according to reports on various sites including Apple’s own discussion forums. The problem seems to affect several different makes of automobile and models of iPhone and iPod Touch that are connected to various receivers via USB.
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