Ultrabook PC makers are reported to be facing legal threats from Apple over Ultrabook designs that resemble the MacBook Air.
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While lacking availability on China’s largest mobile carrier, the iPhone’s market share in China has grown from 9.9 percent a year ago, up to 17.3 percent in the June quarter.
A teacher who has used the Apple TV in his classroom says it is a fabulous teaching tool. He’s been using it in conjunction with the iPad. but he’s having problems finding suitable apps for presenting his lessons. Hear that app developers?
TED, best known for its conferences featuring some of the greatest minds and most interesting people around, has now released a TED Books app, giving users a selection of stimulating and provocative books of 20,000 words and under to be read in a single sitting.
One of Apple’s big announcements at this years WWDC keynote was an all-new mapping system for iOS 6. Interestingly, according to new references found in iOS 6, Apple’s new maps may be headed for the Mac as well!
We’ve seen the iPhone remotely control toy helicopters, model race cars, even work remotely with your computer, but now we have a hack by Avadhut Deshmukh that combines all that. It’s an iPhone controlled laptop on wheels!
Rovio, the Finnish group responsible for developing the Angry Birds franchise, might just have a unique new follow-up planned for their popular series: a new game from the pigs’ point of view!
Research in Motion (RIM) customers, which include GoDaddy Group Inc. and asset management firm Thames River Capital UK, are preparing for the worst: losing the BlackBerry service their employees depend on for their communication.
Apple has announced their decision to stop participating in a major program devoted to the production of environmentally friendly products. Reports say Apple feels that its design direction is no longer in line with the program’s requirements.
Twitter’s official iOS app has a lot of competition, but according to some new release notes leaked through the iOS 6 update mechanism, it’s about to get a whole lot better, with a plethora of new features!
Hotels want to offer guests cutting edge technology, but they want it to be something they’ll understand and use. A boutique hotel in Vancouver has come up with what they think is a valid plan. They’re replacing the “normal” hotel room phone with an iPhone.
In an apparent blow to Apple in its ongoing patent dispute with Samsung, U.K. judge Colin Birss ruled this morning that the Samsung Galaxy Tab dies not infringe on Apple’s iPad – but the reason why should cause Tim Cook to grin: The Galaxy Tab just isn’t “cool” enough!
Report: iPad Mini to be As Thin as an iPod Touch, Manufactured in Brazil, and Available by Year’s End!
A new report has surfaced over the weekend claiming to provide additional details about the iPad mini, backing up previous claims that production will ramp up in September, and claiming that it will be manufactured at Foxconn’s Brazilian facilities.
The 2012 Summer Olympic Games are just around the corner, and while it may seem like a pipe-dream for most of us, London 2012 for iOS allows us to take a shot at the competition, from the comfort of our mobile device!
An unverified report from the ever popular rumor monger DigiTimes claims that Apple is looking at returning to a one-LED backlight module instead of the two-LED design in the current iPad.
Everyone likes a little luxury in their lives, and why not extend that to your MacBook Air? If you can also protect it from scratches at the same time, all the better. Twelve South has been kind enough to let us try out their SurfacePad for the MacBook Air.