Most of us remember the “Clapper”. With a clap of your hands you could turn on a light, fans, even a blender if you were so inclined. The perfect gadget for those of us too lazy to crawl out from under our Snuggie to turn on a lamp. Now Belkin takes that concept a few steps farther with the WeMo Switch. Control electrical devices with a tap of your iPad.
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Apple’s attempt to ban U.S. sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 moved one step closer to fruition on Tuesday, as the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit denied a request from Samsung to rehear the case.
A Fulton County, GA Apple Store apparently refused to sell an iPad and an iPhone to a woman and her uncle because they were speaking Farsi to each other. The customers are saying the store racially profiled, and discriminated against them.
Analyst Shaw Wu believes Microsoft’s new ARM-based Surface tablet will need to be priced aggressively, like around the level of Amazon’s $199 Kindle Fire, in order to have a shot at making it in the tablet marketplace.
Falling right in behind Microsoft as the next pretender to attempt to grab the championship belt from Apple’s iPad, Google is expected to announce a new, low-cost Android tablet in the near future. The new, inexpensive tablet has been developed in a partnership by Google and Asustek Computer.
Bankrupt photography company, Eastman Kodak Co., has sued Apple Inc. in an attempt to kill a dispute over patents. That’s right lawsuit fans, we found a story for you.
In a Securities and Exchange Commission filing made today, Liquidmetal Technologies announced that its agreement with Apple has been extended to effectively license its ongoing intellectual property development for an additional two years.
Today’s update to the OS X Mountain Lion developer preview has introduced new options for Facebook users, and there are also reports of PowerNap options showing up for some users.
What kind of job is Tim Cook doing? Is Apple still a safe investment? Could you buy the stock and it will still go up? He’s not Steve Jobs, right?
Matt Gillis, head of global monetization for mobile advertising company Millennial Media spent much of last week talking with developers at the WWDC. He says developers can’t wait for iOS 6 and Facebook to show up on Apple’s mobile devices.
If Apple does release a larger iPhone, and a smaller iPad, as the rumors flying around would have us believe, developers aren’t too worried about it. Developers polled at last weeks Worldwide Developers Conference said the changes wouldn’t be a significant problem for them.
According to a new report, Apple, under CEO Tim Cook, has an even greater focus on quality control and cost management. All of Apple’s suppliers are being “heavily evaluated.”
Foxconn has been reported to be in talks to buy more shares of display panel maker Sharp, once again fueling speculation about Apple’s rumored television set.
It’s the weekend, and you can guess what I’m leading up to! It’s time to visit Siri again! This week, we’re going to visit with some folks who just might like Siri a little TOO much!
As the world breathlessly awaits the arrival of the Apple TV this fall, (or doesn’t, depends on who you talk to), some pundits are saying it will be the final nail in the coffin of the cable companies. Forbes contributor Eric Jackson doesn’t think so.
Apple devices running iOS 6 will be able to receive United States government alerts during an emergency or disaster. The feature is expected to be available on all devices that can run iOS 6, including the iPhone 3GS, and the iPhone 4.