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    by Published on 01-14-2010 01:14 PM



    As the tablet becomes (apparently) closer and closer to reality, rumor-mongers are turning their attention to the fourth generation iPhone. As Apple has updated the phone every year since it was first introduced in 2007, the expectation is that there will be a new iPhone this summer. Recent rumors have had the so-called iPhone 4G coming in a Verizon-compatible CDMA model in addition to the current UMTS/GSM device, ...
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    by Published on 01-14-2010 12:20 PM



    Looking at Apple's recent patent applications is one way that industry observers try to get a sense of what Apple is interested in. The most recently revealed patents show that the answer is increasingly "everything." AppleInsider details today a few newly available patent applications that Apple has filed: one for home power consumption management, and another, somewhat more exotic one that involves a method to detect a user's emotional ...
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    by Published on 01-14-2010 11:08 AM



    We all know that the "black market" for apps is big business, but now we're starting to get a better understanding of the numbers associated with content piracy in the app world. Incredibly, the "business of pirated apps" is starting to rival that of pirated films and music at an accelerating pace - but Apple doesn't seem to be overly concerned, even in the wake of some pretty lofty numbers being floated in a new report, which was chronicled ...
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    by Published on 01-14-2010 10:16 AM



    At first glance, it's difficult to decipher exactly what this bizarre contraption is. Is it a tool to facilitate physical therapy for the upper extremities? Can it shoot down an enemy helicopter in battle like a bazooka? Is it that funky device Egon from Ghostbusters used to track ghouls and goblins?

    None of the above.

    Instead, it's Tiffen's Steadicam Smoothee. And it claims to make your video recording experience ...
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    by Published on 01-13-2010 06:53 PM



    The new promotional piece from Intel spells it out pretty clearly. After some fairly proficient postulating, it turns out that Apple fans who predicted Cupertino embracing Intel's latest processors into its MacBook offerings may be proven correct. Despite some rumblings about when it may happen, we now have some evidence to suggest that it will, indeed, happen. Earlier today, CNET served up coverage of the news.

    The world ...
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    by Published on 01-13-2010 10:29 AM



    Stories are accumulating that suggest that the turnaround time for approval of new submissions to the App Store - long the subject of frustration by developers, who were often left hanging for weeks or months - has sped up dramatically. Though the iTunes Connect service was down between December 23rd and the 28th, since it came back online some developers are now reporting that they have seen their apps go up on the App Store in as little ...
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    by Published on 01-13-2010 08:32 AM



    The latest builds of Mac OS X 10.6.3 released to developers apparently feature support for OpenGL 3.0, according to netkas.org. While it is not fully implemented in the current build, developers are hopeful that the upcoming update will finally support the latest version of the OpenGL standard, which is a cross-platform rendering API, primarily directed at 3D graphics tasks such as gaming, CAD and visual effects. ...
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    by Published on 01-13-2010 08:26 AM



    For those who us who are fed up with rumors surrounding the upcoming Apple tablet, look on the bright side. The rumors are almost behind us. Better yet, this article doesn't present a new one. It does, however, give us a look back at the scope and breadth of the full body of rumors surrounding this new device (assuming it really exists, of course).

    Our friends over at The Green Blog have posted a unique image that coalesces ...
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    by Published on 01-12-2010 02:57 PM



    Less than 24 hours after discovering that Fingerworks.com had gone black, the speculation surrounding the yanking of the site has blossomed full bloom into an "obvious" indication to conspiracy theorists that technology utilized in the forthcoming Apple tablet must have been on display at Fingerworks.com.

    According to those claiming to be "in the know," this move is simply Cupertino's endeavor to divert attention away from ...
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    by Published on 01-12-2010 09:56 AM



    Ahead of the expected mid-year launch of Apple's fourth-generation iPhone, the expected crop of rumors and leaks have begun to surface. Today, in a report in The Korea Times, an anonymous source at the South Korean wireless carrier KT Telecom is saying that the iPhone 4G could arrive as early as April of this year, equipped with a powerful dual-core processor, improved graphics and video-chat ...
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    by Published on 01-12-2010 08:56 AM



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    According to an anonymous tip provided to TG Daily at CES, Asian suppliers are experiencing drastic shortages of 10.1-inch OLED and LCD display screens as Apple buys up all of the available supply. In a separate story, Reuters reports that the case and touchscreen suppliers for the long-rumored Apple tablet are ramping up production.

    An anonymous designer told TG reporter ...
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    by Published on 01-12-2010 07:52 AM



    A story first reported by the LA Times last week has resurfaced again today with additional - but unverified - reports emerging that some Apple Store shoppers are being followed home by would-be thieves. According to the initial report, approximately one hundred recent burglaries have been linked to individuals who just returned from shopping trips to Apple's retail stores in and around Los Angeles.

    The blogosphere has begun ...