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Next-Gen iPhone to Feature Longer 4-Inch Display?

Posted on 22/05/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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A new report has surfaced with supposed details about Apple’s next iPhone, claiming that Apple is strongly considering adding a longer display with a 16×9 aspect ration to the device.


Facebook ‘Pages Manager’ for iPhone Hits the App Store

Posted on 21/05/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Following last week’s report that Facebook began rolling out a new app dedicated to managing business or fan pages on Facebook, the app is now officially available in App Stores across multiple regions, including the the U.S. App Store.


Apple Files for Immediate Galaxy Tab 10.1 Ban in the U.S.

Posted on 21/05/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Even though Tim Cook and Samsung’s CEO reportedly met for settlement talks today, the legal battle between the two companies probably won’t be ending any time soon. Last Friday, Apple filed a request for an immediate U.S.-wide sale ban on Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1.


What We Think We Know About The 2012 MacBook Pro

Posted on 21/05/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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There’s been a great deal of excitement (and a whole lot of rumors) surrounding Apple’s next-gen MacBook Pro, but what should we really expect from the next round of MacBooks? We’ve rounded up the most significant and credible rumors.


How One Man Aims To Illustrate the Olympics Using Just His iPad

Posted on 21/05/2012 by Henry Taylor-Gill


The iPad has become a great tool for artists and illustrators, giving them the ability to work wherever they are without the need for watercolors and paper, which can often take up a lot of space – something which British artist Tim Vyner is incredibly grateful for.


Baidu Launches New Foxconn-made Smartphone

Posted on 21/05/2012 by Henry Taylor-Gill


Leading Chinese search engine Baidu has unveiled its low cost smartphone which runs its own OS called Cloud. Priced at less than 1,000 yuan ($158), it enters a market already full of rivals including Huawei and ZTE.


Apple Continuing to Test FaceTime Over 3G

Posted on 21/05/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler


Judging by a new warning dialog in iOS 5.1.1, Apple may finally be preparing to enable FaceTime calls over 3G networks. Although some clues have suggested that this may happen as early as June of last year, the warning message found in iOS 5.1.1 is unique.


OS X Mountain Lion to Feature iOS-Like Automatic Downloads

Posted on 21/05/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler


The latest build of OS X Mountain Lion Developer Preview 3 appears to include an option for automatic app downloads, allowing you to make a purchase on one Mac and have the app automatically download to all of your other Macs.


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