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Apple Will Make a Futuristic Spaceship Campus

Apple Will Make a Futuristic Spaceship Campus

Apple published new renderings of its plans for the spaceship mega campus that will be built in Cupertino. The updated plans show the grey roof of the campus, a private jogging path, and parking plans for the auditorium. There are also information about the expansion of the corporate fitness center, from the previous proposal of […]

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uFlavor Helps You Create your Own Soda Beverage

uFlavor Helps You Create your Own Soda Beverage

Can you image such a scenario? You’re on the beach somewhere, enjoying the sun and suddenly a wild thirst appears. But somehow you know, you wouldn’t be satisfied with your average coca-cola bottle. So you take out the phone, dial up a website, and by following a simple system, you digitally mix the ingredients (there are hundred options to choose from like cinnamon, a dash of lime, mango) to create the perfect beverage that will make your papillae explode.

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HP Makes WebOS Open Source

HP Makes WebOS Open Source

HP’s Mobile OS has been struggling ever since HP launches tablets running webOS, tablets which failed to capture the tablet market. As a result, HP had declared that it won’t be producing any more devices running webOS. However, despite expectations that HP will abandon webOS altogether, HP has decided to make webOS open-source. Can the move save this operating system?

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Motorola VS Apple – The Legal Battle Continues

Motorola VS Apple – The Legal Battle Continues

Motorola has won yet another case against Apple in Germany over a patent violation case. Motorola had earlier won a case against Apple in a similar procedural case but that ruling didn’t affect the sales of Apple’s devices. However, this fresh decision by the court may force Apple to modify certain components of it’s devices.

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The New Google TV Interface is Available on Logitech Revue

The New Google TV Interface is Available on Logitech Revue

Yesterday, surfaced the Internet good news for Logitech Revue owners who probably didn’t expect anymore anything impressive from this Google TV-enabled set-top box. However, its’t time to take the gadget out of the dark corner and put it to work again , since Logitech announced an update to Android 3.1, also known as Honeycomb.

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Apple Finally Defeated By Samsung In Australia

Apple Finally Defeated By Samsung In Australia

Samsung has finally secured a win for it’s devices in Australia. Earlier a court had banned the devices and Samsung had appealed against it and won it. Apple vowed to file yet another appeal against this decision. But Apple has been denied an appeal and this means Samsung will be able to sell it’s devices […]

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Apple Appeals Again To Have Samsung Devices Banned In Us

Apple Appeals Again To Have Samsung Devices Banned In Us

Last week, we saw a US judge deny Apple’s request to have four Samsung devices banned in US. According to the judge, there was no evidence that such an injunction would save Apple from any major damage. Apple lawyers had said that they would appeal against this ruling. And now they have.

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12 Days Of Christmas By Apple

12 Days Of Christmas By Apple

It has been a tradition by Apple to introduce different kinds of free gifts for it’s users every Christmas. Going with this tradition, Apple will be launching ’12 days of Christmas’ from Dec 26 to Jan 6. The offer will be available for users of certain regions and is not currently for the US users.

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Justice Department Investigates US and Europe E-book Industry

Justice Department Investigates US and Europe E-book Industry

While European Commission announced that due to the Unfair Electronic Book (E-Book) Price Fixing, it is going to Investigate some Major International Publishers, the US Justice Department clarified that it’s also launching a Probe into the possibility of “Anticompetitive Practices Involving E-book Sales.”

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HTC Sales drop 30% in November

HTC Sales drop 30% in November

The world fourth smartphone maker, HTC was severely affected by strong competition as well as by hostile economic climate and admitted significant sales drop. After Apple released the latest iPhone, HTC saw its sales dropping 30% in November, compared to October, from $1.46 billion to $1.03 billion.

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Xbox 360 Update Enables Communication with TV

Xbox 360 Update Enables Communication with TV

A revolution has started in the living room since the Xbox 360 has been released on the market, transforming the way people enjoy TV and entertainment and giving them the power to control it with their own voice. And ever since Steve Jobs pointed in the direction of the iTV there have been a frenzy of […]

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4G Smartphones, Tablets Will Arrive on Sprint in 2012′s Second Half

4G Smartphones, Tablets Will Arrive on Sprint in 2012′s Second Half

Bad news for those hoping to get their greedy little hands on some 4G LTE devices in the near future. Sprint has just announced that costumers might have to wait a little longer than first announced to purchase such gears. Sprint CEO Joseph Euteneuer stated that Sprint is making plans in launching 15 LET-capable devices in […]

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Microsoft’s Kinetic Sensors Useful For Robots

Microsoft’s Kinetic Sensors Useful For Robots

Microsoft may found a market it never even planned for – the robotics industry. The Kinetic sensor by Microsoft is designed specifically for it’s gaming console, Xbox 360′s users. However, the researchers at the robotics department of different universities find it a cheap, viable alternative to other expensive motion-sensor equipment.

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Microsoft Steps Right In The Middle Of TV Entertainment Industry

Microsoft Steps Right In The Middle Of TV Entertainment Industry

Microsoft is all set to release a huge update for Xbox consoles come Tuesday. What is an extra-ordinary move by the tech giant is that Microsoft has decided to step right in the middle of the TV entertainment industry. Now you don’t turn on your Xbox just when you have to play a game but also when you want to watch something on TV.

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MasterImage Works On 3D Technology Without Glasses

MasterImage Works On 3D Technology Without Glasses

3D glasses have been around for quite some time now and many have been wondering when will the 3D industry make any further developments. Seems like MasterImage has the answer to this question. Working on a technology which allows for a truly 3D video experience without requiring to wear glasses, this is certainly a step forward in the right direction.

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