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Filed Under:Technology / Mobile
Posts on Regator:4094
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Archived Since:August 14, 2008

Blog Post Archive

iPhone Alley Spectrum Relaunch Giveaway

The pending relaunch of iPhone Alley as a whole has been a tease to our readers, undoubtedly. In the past few months, the launch date has changed quite a few times as reflection of the countless struggles we've faced behind the scenes to assure that the all-new, redesigned iPhone Alley unanimously surpasses everyone's expectations. Show More Summary

NYPD Forms Dedicated Apple Team to Recoup Stolen iDevices

Turns out the theft rate of Apple iDevices is so high in New York that the NYPD has formed a dedicated Apple team assigned to work with the tech giant to get those stolen iGadgets back, the New York Post reports. How will this collaboration work? The NYPost says each Read more...

Apple Antagonist Reveals iPrefs Stock Plan

In a conference call with Apple investors, Greenlight Capital Inc. founder David Einhorn announced his proposal for Apple Inc. to issue preferred stock to its shareholders. Einhorn says the strategy would give more value to investors without touching Apple’s stack of cash. “iPrefs” as Einhorn calls them, would roll out Read more...

Google’s Project Glass Compatible with iPhone

Google’s latest invention, Project Glasses, is one to be swooning over. The Mountain View-based company is upgrading its eyewear with a small computer chip hidden in the lense to bring technology even closer to your senses. And better yet? It will be compatible with your iPhone. According to Joshua Topolsky Read more...

iPhone Mini Launch in Sight, Analyst Says

The first line of inexpensive iPhones is set for an unofficial release this summer. Following a meeting with Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer, noted Morgan Stanely analyst Katy Huberty is more confident than ever that Apple will introduce the much-anticipated low-cost iPhone by July. She also mentioned that the tech giant Read more...

Alleged iPad mini 2 Rear Shell Photos Hit The Web

While the rumor mill is busy discussing whether the second generation iPad mini will feature a Retina Display, the Chinese site WeiPhone is sharing a number of photos that author claims to be the rear shell of the iPad mini 2. As you can see from the image above, the Read more...

Apple Nabs New Touchscreen Correcting Technology Patent

With the increasing popularity of mobile devices, it’s just a matter of time before we all start typing on touchscreens. And Apple is doing everything it can to make the transition comfortable for everyone.  On Thursday, Apple revealed a patent application that will improve the accuracy of the touchscreen keyboards, Read more...

Juice Pack Helium Saves iPhone Battery Problem

Does a lack of iPhone 5 battery life get you down? Mophie, the makers of the new Juice Pack Helium, may have solved the problem by introducing its new plastic battery case, which integrates a small lithium-ion battery and can slide right into the pocket. The battery is hidden within Read more...

PlayStation 4 App for iOS to Bring New Gaming Experiences to iPhone/iPad

Stop us if you have heard this before: next-generation gaming on iPhone/iPad, courtesy of the newly-unveiled PlayStation 4 and its PlayStation app. Intrigued? iOS could play an integral part in the way that the new wave of games are interacted with if Sony has its way with its second-screen app. Read more...

iPhone 5 Tops Galaxy S3 as No. 1 Seller

Apple’s iPhone 5 supplanted Samsung’s Galaxy S3 as the top-selling smartphone worldwide last quarter, reports Strategy Analytics. The Apple phone sold a staggering 27.4 million iPhone 5 units globally, capturing a 12.6 percent market share. Meanwhile, Samsung was unseated from the top spot, shipping 15.4 million Galaxy S3 units for Read more...

Apple Hacked by Group That Targeted Facebook

In an unexpected turn of events, Apple said on Tuesday that the same hackers that targeted Facebook have hacked the Mac computers of some employees; the widest-known cyber attacks against Apple-made computers to date, Reuters reported. The group had used a Java web browser plugin exploit to launch an attack against Facebook, Read more...

iOS Releases 6.1.2 Bug Fixes

With issues rising at every turn for iOS, Apple once again released a small software update that will hope to resolve its aggravating issues. On Tuesday, the tech giant issued the iOS 6.1.2 supplemental update, which promises to fix “an Exchange calendar bug that could result in increased network activity Read more...

iPhone Mini Launch Coming Soon

Apple is taking its next step forward with its iPhone products, hoping to unveil a $330 iPhone mini as early as this summer, according to Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty. The low-cost iPhone will presumably add additional revenue in its international market, specifically China, expecting to draw in a 20 Read more...

Are We Suffering from Mobile App Burnout?

The New York Times’ Jenna Wortham thinks we are. She has about 259 apps installed on her iPhone. While I have roughly 170, I do have to agree with her: I hardly use 20–25 apps on a regular basis. A Nielsen report shed some light on how the “Appnation” is Read more...

Apple Software Update Could Disable Counterfeit Lightning Connectors

When they introduced the iPhone 5, Apple switched to a new connector port called Lightning. So, all your iPhone accessories compatible with previous generation iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch models had then become “worthless” all of a sudden. But, as is usually the case, a new wave of accessories has Read more...

iPad Upgrade Announcement in Works?

It’s about time that Apple announces its plans to host a major product event, or so says noted analyst of Piper Jaffrey & Co.’s Gene Munster. According to the expert, the tech giant should be in line to host the next major product event in April, due to the amount Read more...

Does the MacBook Pro Price Cut Signal Something Wrong with Apple? [Opinion]

The day before Valentine’s Day Apple had surprised the blogosphere and consumers by announcing both a processor refresh and price cut for its recently-released Retina MacBook Pros and MacBook Air. Yes, in an unexpected move – just four months after introducing its high-end laptops – Apple chops $200 off the Read more...

iPhone 5 Glitch Enables People to See Your Photos, Contacts

It seems that the iPhone 5 passcode lock isn’t quite as hack-proof as you may have originally thought. According to Adrian D’Urso of JailbreakNation, the iPhone 5 is quite easy to break into, once you get the hang of it. Once completed, the security flaw allows anyone to make phone Read more...

Apple Challenges Brazil Ruling on “iPhone” Trademark

It didn’t take long for Apple to strike back against Brazil’s copyright regulators who sided with the local firm Gradiente Electronica SA on Wednesday over the use of the “iPhone” brand name. Today, the tech giant is challenging the ruling set by the Institute of Industry Property (INPI), citing that Read more...

Apple Drops MacBook Prices

It didn’t take long for Apple to stir up some buzz after President Obama mentioned the tech giant in Tuesday’s State of the Union address.  Apple announced today that it is slashing its prices on many of its cheaper MacBook pro models. The largest drop in price is with the Read more...

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