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    by Published on 03-07-2012 12:09 PM
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    Rumors be gone, the new iPad is here. Albeit, without an official name yet. Seriously, it's called "The new iPad." *facepalm* It appears Apple is dropping the numerical naming system from the iPad line and will adopt an iMac and MacBook like naming system with each subsequent release simply going by "iPad." All of that naming hoopla has been cleared up. Which is still incredibly confusing, because Apple is still selling the iPad 2, which when positioned right next to the new "iPad" looks like the superior ...
    20 Comments  12992 Views
    by Published on 03-07-2012 09:10 AM
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    7. AppStore,
    8. iPad,
    9. Software,
    10. Lion

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    by Published on 03-07-2012 03:30 AM
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    Apple was recently granted a major patent that deals with the rules and methods of electronic payment transactions along with detailed descriptions of how future devices could implement the parameters to help seamlessly incorporate the credit card system with an iTunes backend. The patent is titled “Parental Controls” and essentially establishes a set of guidelines which provides the option to look over how users complete mobile ...
    19 Comments  3634 Views
    by Published on 03-06-2012 06:15 PM
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    According to the Dow Jones Newswires (Nasdaq) Apple could be extending a very expensive olive branch to Samsung and Motorola in an effort to end the their ongoing patent war.

    Thus far the patent war between the three companies has nothing to show except a few minor victories, massive legal expenses, and continued efforts by everyone involved to win something. But, the efforts to pull out a massive ...
    5 Comments  4228 Views
    by Published on 03-06-2012 05:38 PM
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    If you’re one of the many people who agree that the iDevice’s auto rotation is bothersome because it seems to rotate at the worst of times, then you’ve already become accustomed to enjoying the rotation lock feature to keep the iDevice display from rotating while you use it. The usual place for enabling and disabling display rotation is from the multitasking App Switcher when you swipe to the left and find the iPod music controls. The left-most ...
    3 Comments  3599 Views
    by Published on 03-06-2012 04:36 PM
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    iOS 5 brought us the capability of launching the Camera application right from our lock screen – a feature that goes very nice with the high quality photographs the iPhone 4S is capable of taking very quickly. This feature has made the iPhone a very popular point-and-shoot camera device.

    Apple took many things into consideration for the lock screen camera button: speed, appearance, security, and two-step launching. While the security is a very nice feature, ...
    16 Comments  5161 Views
    by Published on 03-06-2012 11:58 AM
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    Budg-it is a new App Store application by iOS development team called Flawless Apps, which consists of graphic designer Surenix and iOS developer Tyler Nettleton and it hopes to change the way we budget for each day by giving us a dead-simple user interface with an eye-candy appearance. The application will let you input an amount of money you want to limit yourself to spending in one day and then afterwards allow you to input any purchases you make. When the budget amount becomes encased in parentheses then you have over-spent. The application ...
    25 Comments  5068 Views
    by Published on 03-06-2012 11:03 AM
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    A federal judge in Chicago gave Apple keys to the Android vault this morning.

    Judge Richard Ponser ruled that Google and Motorola Mobility must share with Apple background information on the history of Android's development and Google’s in-progress acquisition of Motorola. The ruling is part of the ongoing patent litigation between Apple and Motorola. More importantly it pulls Google directly into ...
    31 Comments  5086 Views
    by Published on 03-06-2012 02:47 AM
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    According to a report from AllThingsD, a cross-platforming gaming SDK, Spaceport.io, tested the speed of HTML5 rendering on iOS and Android – concluding that iOS is the faster platform in this particular case.

    Spaceport used their own benchmark, which they call the “PerfMark.” This benchmark counts the number of moving images on a screen at 30 frames per second, a rate that provides a near-native ...
    6 Comments  3158 Views
    by Published on 03-05-2012 09:07 PM
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    Foxconn, the major Apple supplier has begun adding automated X-ray machines to its assembly lines, allowing the supplier to inspect and cut down on defects found in iOS devices. According to CNET’s sources, Foxconn’s inline X-ray inspection systems have already begun to appear at its plants in China. The machines are said to rely on a software algorithm which checks solder joints and printed ...
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    by Published on 03-05-2012 07:39 PM
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    If you have ever wondered how much your money in the United States is worth in other countries or vice-versa, then a jailbreak widget dubbed CurrencyConverter for Notification Center by iOS developer Jonas Gessner will give you a quick and simple way to convert your numbers straight from Notification Center.

    CurrencyConverter has a compact interface that will bring up a number pad when you tap on either of the two blank boxes in the widget. Above the number pad is a bar with a few ...
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    by Published on 03-05-2012 06:36 PM
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    Another rumor has surfaced claiming Apple will step away from the numerical naming convention with the next iPad and introduce the iPad HD this Wednesday.

    CNET cites a source who has previously provided “reliable information” about unreleased Apple products. The source claims Apple will not use the much-anticipated “iPad 3” namesake and name the latest release the “iPad HD.”

    VentureBeat ...