Apple Explains New Location Service to Congressmen: What You Need to Know

Apple is building a location information database and if you use the company’s products then you might be helping. The company sent a 13 page letter recently to two concerned congressmen to explain exactly what information that their database collects and what it does with the information. In a digital world where personal information is ...

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BlackBerry Tablet vs. Cius vs. iPad

Here is what you have been looking for; a rundown on how the yet unnamed BlackBerry Tablet, Cisco Cius and Apple iPad will fare against each other once the Cius and BlackBerry tablet finally roll out. -          The BlackBerry Tablet Price: Approximately $800 Screen: Expected to be 8.9” Connectivity: Wi-Fi and Bluetooth tethering to BlackBerry smartphones Processor: Unknown RAM: Unknown Storage: Unknown OS: ...

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Streaming iTunes to Your iPhone: Not as Farfetched as You Might Think

BoyGeniusReport is citing anonymous but “reliable” sources that claim that Apple is planning on offering streaming services through its iTunes store and wireless synchronization between your iOS powered devices and PC. NetworkWorld claims that the most likely date for the new features to roll out will be sometime in September. No word yet on pricing, ...

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Firefox Home Arrives on iPhone

  Mozilla, the maker of the popular desktop PC web browser Firefox, has submitted an app to Apple for review. While the app is not a full web browser like Firefox, it does offer a lot of functionality that users of Firefox will find useful. Called Firefox Home, the free app synchronizes your bookmarks, history and ...

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114,000 iPad users hacked via AT&T

To me this comes as no real surprise, as I’m sure some of you know that there was an upward of 2 million iPads sold in the last 24 hours (ok I’m joking). It has been revealed by Gawker that an estimated 114,067 Apple iPads were hacked into via good old At&t. The reported hack supposedly ...

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iPad Entertainment aboard British Flights

Fans of the Apple iPad may soon expect their favorite device on their next flight onboard British planes. It may not change the other aspects of the flight but should provide travelers some fun while flying across different continents. The Bluebox AI is the first onboard entertainment system which incorporates the iPad as part of the ...

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Apple Changes its No Cash iPad policy

Bad publicity is still publicity, just depends on how you control it. What started out as bad publicity resulted in something better for both Apple and the public. Apple has been strict in limiting the selling of their iPads only to the plastic wielding sector of society. There is no official statement as to why ...

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Apple Working with Microsoft for Hotmail Issues

Both Microsoft and Apple have confirmed that there are currently glitches first mentioned by Apple iPad owners trying to use their mobile device to access their Hotmail accounts. Some users have complained over the past month about Hotmail and iPad compatibility issues. Microsoft’s Hotmail program manager Mike Schackwitz confirms these reports stating that, “We've seen ...

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IPad 3G for AT&T Wireless

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Apple Ipad Streaming

The world was enamored with the first previews of the iPad, but was quickly dissipated with the limitations. It was advertised as an electronic built to replace the netbook, but there were a lot of drawbacks. For one, multitasking was not possible, which means users could not open several programs at the same time. Consumers ...

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