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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

A new lawsuit claims the iPhone4 has a defective on-off button. The national class action claims Apple knew about the defect but didn’t disclose it even as it worked with AT&T to sell 2 year contracts.

Read more gigaom.com


Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Hwangbum Yang was only a few blocks from home in the Bronx, returning after his shift as a cook, when the attack happened: A man with a gun demanded Yang’s iPhone, and when he refused to hand it over, the 26-year-old was shot dead.

Read more www.nbcnews.com


BlackBerry managed to squeeze in one surprise announcement during its huge conference keynote this morning: BlackBerry Messenger, the company’s popular messaging app, will finally jump to the iPhone and Android this summer.
This is the first time BlackBerry has brought BBM to other platforms, and it’s something the company’s fans have been begging for over the past few years.

Read more venturebeat.com


Wednesday, May 01, 2013

The original (1st generation) iPhone was launched on June 27, 2007. Since then we’ve seen five successive versions of the smartphone released (3G, 3GS, 4, 4S, and iPhone 5), but only now is Apple set to classify the original handset as a vintage product, and therefore obsolete.

Read more www.geek.com


Tuesday, April 30, 2013

The addition of Google Now to the iOS App Store has granted iPhone owners access to one of Google’s most useful products. But it did something else, too. It made the iPhone a better Android phone than the vast majority of Android phones you can buy.

Read more gizmodo.com


Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Apple has just released its Q2 2013 earnings report, announcing sales of 37.4 million iPhones in the quarter ending March. Apple also reported 19.5 million iPad units sold, which shows incredibly strong growth for Apple’s tablet business.

Read more techcrunch.com


Tuesday, April 16, 2013

T-Mobile Chief Marketing Officer Mike Sievert boasted that the carrier had “one of its biggest weekends in the history of the company” thanks to the launch of the iPhone on Friday. T-Mobile on Friday launched the iPhone in its stores for the first time, finally catching up to its larger rivals, and even smaller regional carriers.

Read more news.cnet.com


Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Samsung’s Galaxy S line has sold in bunches, and proved that a non-Apple phone can take the smartphone world by storm. But one of the company’s biggest game-changers is the Galaxy Note. Its super-sized screen and innovative S Pen present a stark contrast to the iPhone’s barely-changed-since-2007 simplicity.

Read more www.gizmag.com


Saturday, March 23, 2013

When looking for a new smartphone this spring, the top two choices for most will likely be either the Samsung Galaxy S4 or the iPhone 5. Both are great phones, and you won’t be disappointed with either one. And yes, there are a handful of other great top-tier phones to choose from.

Read more www.sfgate.com


Sunday, March 17, 2013

There are so many theories floating around at the moment in what the Apple iPhone 6 could look like, it is ok to come up with ideas within concepts etc but Apple really should take on board some of the amazing brains when it comes to design ideas.

iPhone 6 concept

Read more www.phonesreview.co.uk


Forgotten what a magical and revolutionary device the iPhone is? If you have — and Apple increasingly appears to think so — the company has a handy reminder: A new “Why iPhone” Web page that explains in exhaustive detail why Apple’s smartphone is the alpha and omega of mobile devices.

Read more allthingsd.com


Thursday, February 28, 2013

A court document obtained by the ACLU reveals the kind of data federal agents are able to pull off of a seized iPhone using “advanced forensic analysis tools.”

“The list,” writes electronic privacy expert Chris Soghoian, “starkly demonstrates just how invasive cell phone searches are—and why law enforcement should be required to obtain a warrant before conducting them.”

Read more www.truthdig.com


Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Whenever Apple releases a new iPhone, the reception is nothing short of magical. Lines camped outside the Apple store! Record sales! Supply issues! But with the iPhone 5, something new has entered that hysteria, which frightens the seasoned marketer more than a product recall: boredom. “The iPhone 5 is Completely Amazing and Utterly Boring,” Wired magazine mourned. “The iPhone 5 forecast: a predictable 73 degrees and sunny,” The Verge complained. For a consumer society that has internalized and institutionalized change, “iPhone” and its operating system “iOS” have become words mumbled to express resentment and ennui over shiny icons.

Read more www.cornellsun.com


Tuesday, February 26, 2013

You smash the glass of your smartphone or tablet. So, to get it repaired, you head to a local diner, right?

Well, yes — you just might. Specifically Rooster’s Restaurant, 1521 Yout St. That’s where owner Greg “Rooster” Laferney has been repairing smartphones and tablets with broken glass or water damage for about the past two years.

Repair iPhone while you eat

Read more journaltimes.com


When Steve Jobs wanted something, he more often than not got his way. Without his drive and famously abrasive personality, it’s likely Apple would never have been transformed into the global phenomenon it is today.
With his health failing, Jobs stepped down from the top job at Apple in 2011, making way for Tim Cook.

Read more www.digitaltrends.com


Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Apple CEO Tim Cook has stated that OLED (organic light-emitting diode) displays are awful. Instead, he emphasized that Apple’s Retina display offers a superior experience. “If you ever buy anything online and really want to know what the color is, as many people do, you should really think twice before you depend on the color from an OLED display,” Cook said during the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet conference.

Read more www.tomshardware.com


Thursday, February 07, 2013

A MOBILE PHONE INSURANCE FIRM has rather kindly reminded us about the importance of insuring your mobile and making a claim on it if it breaks.
The benevolent Mobileinsurance.co.uk says that it has noticed a rise in the number of claims on broken screens and wanted to know the state of the market.

Read more www.theinquirer.net


Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Announced on the official Mophie site earlier today, the mobile accessories company has developed a new case for the iPhone 5 that significantly increases battery life while still sporting a thin form factor. Adding an additional 1500 mAh battery capacity to the iPhone 5 1440 mAh internal battery capacity, the Mophie Juice Pack Helium will increase total battery life by approximately eighty percent.

Mophie Helium battery case iOS6.1 iOS6 iPhone 5

Read more www.digitaltrends.com


Observing that Cornell students face potentially dangerous situations — such as walking home alone late at night from the library or from a party — a group of students have created an iPhone application that they hope will increase their peers’ safety.

The students’ app, ResCUer, provides users easy access to the phone numbers of University resources such as the Cornell University Police Department and Gannett Health Services, according to Matt Joe ’14, a student who worked on the app.

Read more cornellsun.com


Observing that Cornell students face potentially dangerous situations — such as walking home alone late at night from the library or from a party — a group of students have created an iPhone application that they hope will increase their peers’ safety.

The students’ app, ResCUer, provides users easy access to the phone numbers of University resources such as the Cornell University Police Department and Gannett Health Services, according to Matt Joe ’14, a student who worked on the app.

Read more cornellsun.com


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