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Among iOS 5′s more subtle features is the ability to snap photos on the iPhone by using the volume up button on your Apple earbuds. This is a great new feature for avid photographers, as it helps you to keep the phone steady while taking photos.
Apple has joined with Google in choosing not to support ESRB’s new mobile app rating system, seemingly dooming the system to failure before it ever saw the light of day.
Devices in the recently formed “Ultrabook” category are expected to see significant price reductions in the first quarter of 2012, due mainly to Intel providing a $100 marketing subsidy to the manufacturers.
Apple has released an update to their Safari browser, bringing the current version up to 5.1.2. The update contains bug fixes and enhancements, and fixes PDF issues, as well as an issue in which some pages flash white.
A new report from Fortune suggests that Apple could be experiencing supply constraints on the iPhone 4S, which could affect sales of the device this holiday quarter.
Newly discovered information from Apple’s iOS 5.1 developer beta suggest that Apple’s next-gen Apple TV will have Bluetooth 4.0 support, which could open up a whole new range of possible uses.
If you’re looking to take a walk down memory lane, or at least want to try out a great new iPad accessory, you may want to take a look at the new Atari Arcade Duo gaming dock.
While smartphones are certainly popular these days, they’re also the new kids on the digital block, and nearly three-fourths of the world’s mobile users continue to use traditional cellphones.
While Apple and Google continue to be the big dogs of the smartphone world, Microsoft continues to lead the resistance with their own Windows Phone 7 platform.
Pilotmoon has released a clever new Mac app, PopClip, which allows you to easily cut, copy and paste text on your Mac just like you would on an iOS device – without ever touching a keyboard!
London-based design firm BERG has come up with an interesting new idea for an iPad and smartphone accessory: The Little Printer – a cloud-based inkless printer for your portable devices.
Microsoft may finally be bringing Microsoft Office to the iPad, which will directly compete with Apple’s own iWork apps (Pages, Keynote and Numbers).
I came across a fascinating image on my Twitter feed this morning showing today’s iPod Touch next to Apple’s original iPod. Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words.
The iTether iOS app has officially been pulled by Apple. It’s not all bad news, however: If you were lucky enough to grab a copy, it should continue to work just fine.
Why has such a huge war erupted between fans of various brands? If you trace the problem back, it all comes down to having two or three main companies dominating the market, making people feel a personal attachment to their products.