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Mailstop: The App That Kills Junk Mail

Posted on 23/04/2012 by Chris Hauk


Everyone gets junk mail. Be it in their inbox, or their snail mail box, no matter what you do, some of it always gets through. Now, a new app called Mailstop will help you reduce the pile of junk mail in your mailbox.


Analyst: In-Cell Touch Panels Should Shave 0.4mm Off Next iPhone

Posted on 23/04/2012 by Chris Hauk

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An analyst says a switch to in-cell touch panel technology from the current glass-on-glass setup could shrink the thickness of the 2012 Apple iPhone by 0.44mm. This would help the company break the 8mm mark with its next handset allowing them to stay competitive with thin designs from rivals.


5 Useful Travel Apps For 2012

Posted on 22/04/2012 by Guest Author


The days of nervously flicking through a phrase book whilst trying to communicate in an unfamiliar tongue with the natives abroad are thankfully over! In fact, one look at the apple app-store will see you faced with thousands of travel apps for the iPhone and iPad which can help the traveller abroad – from location based service apps which can tell you where the nearest metro station is , to apps which tell you where you will find the best 4 Seasons pizza in town.


How Green is Your iPad? (Infographic)

Posted on 20/04/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler


Considering that Apple is selling millions and millions of iPads (that will eventually be discarded), one might wonder how that may be affecting our planet. A new infographic from Sortable puts it into perspective.


How to Sync Documents from iCloud to Dropbox

Posted on 20/04/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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With an increasing number of apps allowing users to store their documents in iCloud, Apple customers will be faced with choosing between iCloud and Dropbox. Fortunately, there is a way to sync iCloud documents with Dropbox.


Bajarin: The Fallacies of Competing With the iPad

Posted on 20/04/2012 by Chris Hauk


We’ve all seen articles claiming the iPad will drop below 50% market share as early as next year. But Ben Bajarin, writing for Tech.pinions, examines a few flaws he says he sees in how Apple’s competitors think when they’re trying to compete with the iPad.


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