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    by Published on 08-29-2011 01:32 PM
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    MacPost leaked pictures last week of the next generation iPhone's back panel, and today they leaked pictures of the front.

    The photos show an iPhone front panel labeled "N94" with an "Engineering Verification Test 1" stamp, and is dated March 3, 2011. The unit contains the entire front panel assembly for the "N94" including digitizer panel, LCD, and a space for a physical home button. There was ...
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    by Published on 08-29-2011 09:40 AM
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    Last week rumors surfaced that the iPhone would finally find its way to all the major U.S. cell carriers. Today a leaked "No Comment" internal memo, sent out to Sprint employees, is being viewed as confirmation of the rumors.

    SprintFeed recieved the leaked internal memo which reads:



    Employees were also given instructions on what to tell curious customers when asked directly about the prospect ...
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    by Published on 08-29-2011 08:35 AM
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    BlackBerry made it popular with their BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) service. Apple is launching iMessage with iOS 5. And now Samsung is joining the non-text-message-messaging-service party with ChatOn.

    ChatOn, which is set to go live in September in over 120 countries, is Samsung's stab at creating a new world-wide messaging platform to compete with the aforementioned services, and work around cell carrier's asinine text-messaging ...
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    by Published on 08-29-2011 01:31 AM
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    Apple recently filed a new patent application that describes sophisticated voice recognition technology that would allow far greater control over the iPhone than ever before. The iPhone currently includes a Voice Control feature, but it generally goes unnoticed by a vast majority of users.

    Apple’s latest patent, entitled “User Profiling for Voice Input Processing,” describes how an iPhone could be ...
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    by Published on 08-28-2011 08:28 PM
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    Over the past few days, the Changes tab in Cydia has been slow in regards to new tweaks and applications. This could be due to a variety of things such as school, work picking up, or maybe lack of new tweaks and applications in the tube. However, one that is of interest is a new tweak called Friday13.

    Friday13 allows the user to change some of the components on the Calendar icon on your SpringBoard. Although the name doesn't seem to encompass the function(s) of the tweak, the tweak itself works well and is a ...
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    by Published on 08-28-2011 07:27 PM
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    Ron Wayne, the third co-founder of Apple, sold his 10% stake in the company 12 days after it was officially formed in 1976 for $800, plus $1,500 later in exchange for forfeiting any claims against Apple.

    That same 10% share would be worth $35 billion today, or roughly 15.2 million times what Wayne sold it for in 1976.

    Wayne and Jobs knew each other from their days at Atari, and Wayne happened to be in the right place at the right time.

    "He had a modest disagreement ...
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    by Published on 08-28-2011 07:25 PM
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    Rumors of a white iPod Touch have been circling lately, and iFixDirect appears to have some solid proof Apple could be releasing a white iPod Touch later this year.

    iFixitDirect claims the pictures are of the front screen from a white iPod Touch, which, if real, would share the same quality and shade as the white versions of the iPhone 4 and iPad 2. The only discernible difference between ...
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    by Published on 08-28-2011 07:24 PM
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    Personally, I've never quite understood what made the "Smart Cover" so smart.

    Sure - it uses magnets to attach to the iPad 2, wakes and puts to sleep the iPad automatically, and can be folded a million different ways prop up your iPad 2, but those are more "intuitive" functions as opposed to smart. However, a battery attachment for the iPad 2 Smart Cover from Brando Workshop might be enough to push ...
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    by Published on 08-28-2011 10:44 AM
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    Joseph Tame, a marathon runner residing in Tokyo, is notorious for his GPS art, and his love for Apple, which is why his recent half-marathon through Tokyo makes sense.

    Well, when you look at it from above anyway.

    Tame used two iPhones, his legs, and the Runkeeper app to keep track of his path through the heart of Tokyo. The result is a giant Apple logo painted on the ...
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    by Published on 08-28-2011 09:17 AM
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    Jan-Michael Cart has previously produced a number videos showing concepts of features he'd like to implemented in iOS 5. Cart has released a slew of new videos, and Apple needs to pay attention.

    Cart, who is majoring in Mass Media Arts at the University of Georgia, definitely has knack for producing concepts that are innovative and fit perfectly within the realm of Apple's iOS spirit.

    The two features ...
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    by Published on 08-27-2011 11:49 PM
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    The term smartphone will soon exit our vernacular due to the obvious redundancy. There are no more dumbphones, only phones.

    Every single phone maker is betting the world on extremely powerful handsets capable of computing tasks we only dreamed were possible in a mobile environment less than five years ago. Categorizing phones between smart and dumb is nearly irrelevant.

    Smartphones ...
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    by Published on 08-27-2011 11:20 PM
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    Marc Benioff, Salesforce CEO, ignored all rules of trademark engagement and simply handed over the trademark for "App Store" his company Salesforce held to Steve Jobs.

    Giving something as potentially valuable as the trademark "App Store" to Steve Jobs, someone who can pave a path to the sun and back with $100 bills, is either incredibly stupid or incredibly honorable.

    For Benioff, it was a ...