Apple’s iPad 2 to change everything….again

  Apple is  is known for taking risks on innovation. Successful examples of this include their iconic iPod the revolutionary iPhone and the granddaddy of them all the iPad and of course many others. The iPad was being built before the iPhone and its central idea was molded into a phone before the iPad was known ...

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Verizon iPhone Accessories at

The Apple iPhone has been dead locked into At&t service for its 4 years of existence, but the time has come for the iPhone to spread its wings here in the states and is now available under Verizon Wireless. The Verizon version of the Apple iPhone 4 will be made available for online ordering on ...

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The Apple iPad 2 rumor mill

One of the most anticipated Apple releases just keeps warming up and the rumors of what’s to come are indeed something to hold your breath for. Just recently iPad 2 accessories were popping up on the net thanks to the shady folks at Alibaba. The new iPad 2 cases suggested a serious tweak at the ...

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At last the Verizon iPhone 4

  So the time has finally come ladies and gentlemen. The Apple iPhone 4 has finally made its way onto another carrier here in the states. It has been about 4 years in the making and the announcement has officially been made. With the announcment of the much anticipated Verizon iPhone,  At&t iPhone addicts now have no reason ...

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What to Expect at CES 2011

Vizio wants in on the smartphone market.

In two days, CES 2011 will begin. The event which lasts from January 6th to 9th will bring together most of the top players in the world of consumer electronics, including cellphone manufacturers and cellular carriers. If you are into wireless news, this is one Consumer Electronics Show that you will want to keep tabs ...

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Rumor: Verizon iPhone Launching before Valentine’s Day

Verizon Wireless and Apple's iPhone 4

I have said it a dozen times before but let me reiterate: the Verizon iPhone will not be announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 6th through 9th. Apple does not attend CES events, CEO Steve Jobs never lets anyone but himself announce new products, and given all of Verizon’s 4G LTE ...

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Video Calling over 3G via Skype 3.0 for iOS

Skype 3.0 3 is here and it lets allows video calls over Wi-Fi and 3G.

The iPhone finally has an alternative to FaceTime for video calling and it works over AT&T’s 3G network. That’s right—Skype 3.0 is finally out after much speculation. Of course, it uses approximately three megabytes of data a minute and could quite easily destroy your phone bill if you’re not careful. Skype 3.0 supports video calling on ...

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Does your iPhone 4’s Camera Tint Photos Blue in the Center?


It has been a while since I wrote a story about hardware problems with Apple’s iPhone 4 but this deserves mentioning. Apparently, many iPhone 4 owners are complaining that the smartphone tints the center of photos blue. The problem is only really noticeable when pictures of white objects are taken. We’ve all experienced or at least ...

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Rumor: Three iPad 2 Models, 65 Million to Ship in 2011

Can the iPad 2 take on Android and BlackBerry at once for tablet dominance in 2011?

The latest iPad 2 rumors point to three different models being released in 2011. While it makes sense that Apple would sell a Wi-Fi only version, a CDMA compatible model for Verizon’s network and a GSM compatible model for AT&T and possibly T-Mobile networks, things get tricky after that point. 65 million iPads could ship ...

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Apple Wants to Reinvent How We Interact with Technology

Leave it to Apple to patent the coolest stuff.

Apple revolutionized the MP3 player and the smartphone. Now, the company is looking to completely reinvent how we interact with technology. A recently approved patent by the company gives a strong hint at the direction that CEO Steve Jobs wants to push his iOS lineup towards—glasses free 3D with Microsoft Kinect like interaction. (The patent ...

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iPhone Apps Send Your Personal Info to Ad Networks? Lawsuit Says Yes

Steve Jobs cast as Big Brother from Orwell's novel 1982

Apple lets apps on its iOS platform collect personal information about users and then send them to advertisement networks—at least according to a lawsuit filed last Thursday in Federal court. The lawsuit, which was filed in San Jose, CA’s U.S. District Court by Jonathan Lalo alleges that iOS devices like the iPad, iPhone, and iPod ...

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Rumor: Apple Expects to Sell 5+ Million Verizon iPhones by March

Verizon Wireless and Apple's iPhone 4

Apple’s new target for iPhone sales in the first quarter of 2011? 20-21 million units according to Digitimes, which cites anonymous sources in Taiwan involved with component manufacturers. The big news out of all of this is that five to six million of those iPhones will be CDMA compatible and thus capable of running on ...

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Apple iPhone 4 Getting NFC Payment Abilities in Japan with ‘Stickers’

A sticker can turn an iPhone 4 into a portable, wireless credit card.

Japan’s iPhone 4s will receive the ability to function as mobile payment options through the magic of near field communication (NFC) in February 2011. Before you start clamoring for your own iPhone 4 to do the same, realize that Japanese carrier Softbank is relying on a third-party option to make its iPhone 4s NFC capable. ...

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RIM Thought Apple Exaggerated the iPhone, Still Trying to Play Catch-up

Research In Motion's headquarters

BlackBerry maker Research In Motion was completely caught off guard by Apple’s iPhone in 2007 according to a story run by Electronista. The website cites an unnamed, alleged former RIM employee by the handle ‘Kentor’ who supposedly worked at the company during the launch of the first iPhone and posted their view of how things ...

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Cherokee Language now on iPhone

Cherokee Children

Apple is helping protect native cultural institutions in the United States. Huh? The Grinch Steve Jobs has a heart? Who knew. But seriously, Apple has released software for its iPhone and iPod touch that allow speakers of the Cherokee language write and read in it right on their devices. An update is even on the ...

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