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  • Rumor: Retina-Equipped iPad Coming in Second Half of 2013

    Published by kristoffer March 18, 2013

    An analyst for DisplaySearch boldly predicts that Apple could be launching an iPad mini with Retina display by the second half of 2013. Based on supply chain data, Paul Semenza tells CNET that the… [Read More]

  • THX Sues Apple for Misuse of Speaker Tech Patent

    Published by kristoffer

    Apple has received its latest lawsuit, this time from George Lucas’ sound innovation company THX. The case, which is filed in the Northern District of California court last week, claims that Apple’s various mobile… [Read More]

  • Takes iPhone App Turns Photos into Video Clips

    Published by kristoffer March 8, 2013

    You have already heard about Vine and its six-second clips you can share with your social networks, but a similar app is gearing to steal the spotlight.
    Take, which debuts today, allows users to take photos… [Read More]

  • Apple Denies Being Monopolist in Downloading via App Store

    Published by kristoffer

    Apple is on trial not because of patent-related battles, but on accusations of violating antitrust laws as it only allow iPhone users to download apps through its App Store. The company’s lawyers argued that… [Read More]

  • Dattch: Dating App for Lesbians

    Published by kristoffer March 4, 2013

    Gay and bisexual men have a lot of niche-oriented dating apps to choose from, such as Grindr and Hornet. Their female counterparts, however, do not have that liberty. They end up on dating… [Read More]

  • Judge Slashes $450M from Apple’s $1B Damage Claim Against Samsung

    Published by kristoffer

    After the jury ordered Samsung to pay $1.05 billion worth of damages to Apple during the bitterly-contested patent infringement court case of 2012, the presiding judge decides to partially vacate the damages award.
    FOSS Patents reports… [Read More]

  • Nifty MiniDrive for Macbooks

    Published by kristoffer March 3, 2013

    Any MacBook user understands the hassle of adding storage space into their Apple-made laptops. There are various options to do so, such as expensive and inconvenient-to-carry-around external hard drives or inserting an SD card…. [Read More]

  • Cheap iPhone Rumor Doesn’t Go Away

    Published by kristoffer

    Despite one Apple executive declaring that cheap smartphones will never be part of Apple’s future, rumors about it continue to swirl.
    Japan-based Apple news site Macotakara, citing sources, says that such an entry-level iPhone is slated… [Read More]

  • Unsold iPhones Become a Headache for Leap Wireless

    Published by kristoffer February 28, 2013

    Leap Wireless International has a problem that is, of all things, about the iPhone… lots of iPhones.
    The company, known for its prepaid wireless subsidiary Cricket Wireless, has announced it still needs to sell half as… [Read More]

  • Amazon Cautions Kindle iOS App Users from Upgrading

    Published by kristoffer

    Amazon tells users of its Kindle app for iOS not to upgrade their e-book reading app to version 3.6.1, which hit the App Store yesterday. That version, according to reports, may erase the user’s… [Read More]

  • HTC One Ditches Megapixels for Ultrapixels

    Published by kristoffer February 22, 2013

    HTC introduced this week its latest flagship smartphone. The 4.7-inch HTC One is different in many ways from the maker’s previous models. For one, this slim silver and black 4G phone is encased… [Read More]

  • Apple HQ Suffered from Hack Attack

    Published by kristoffer February 20, 2013

    Apple has confirmed that some of its Mac computers suffered from hacker attacks. This admission is unusual for Apple, who has long bragged about how its computers never get infected by viruses.
    According to Apple,… [Read More]

  • Google to Open Physical Retail Stores?

    Published by kristoffer February 16, 2013

    Looks like Google is taking a step forward into becoming a full-fledged electronic hardware provider.
    PC magazine has reported one of the biggest rumors swirling last week: that Google is planning to open its own… [Read More]

  • Thirst iOS App

    Published by dennis February 15, 2013

    People getting that daily dose of news articles are now increasingly trying to source them out from the Web. Not only that, people are also increasingly using their smartphones as a means to read the… [Read More]

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