Moto G Components Cost $123, Leaves Google Less Than 5% Profit Margin

Moto G Components Cost $123, Leaves Google Less Than 5% Profit Margin

Google has astonished the smartphone industry with its $199 offering, the 4.5-inch Moto G. TechInsights has now calculated that Moto G components cost nearly $123, leaving Google a tiny margin of less than 5%.

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Apple Starts Using iBeacons Across Its 254 Retail Stores In US

Apple Starts Using iBeacons Across Its 254 Retail Stores In US

Apple has started using iBeacons at all of its 254 retail stores in the U.S. The new technology enables Apple customers to instantly purchase new items at the store and enables any iOS device to send push notifications to another iOS device nearby.

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Here’s Steeri: A Siri That Can Drive [Video]

Here’s Steeri: A Siri That Can Drive [Video]

Have you ever wondered what would it be like if that voice-based personal assistant from iPhone came to drive your cars for you one day? A new video explores this idea rather hilariously, renaming Siri to Steeri along the way.

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After Winning Patent Lawsuit Against Samsung, Apple Asks For $16M In Legal Fees

After Winning Patent Lawsuit Against Samsung, Apple Asks For $16M In Legal Fees

The patent lawsuits between Apple and Samsung have dragged on for many years now. This year in November, a jury awarded Apple $930 in damages. Apple has now filed a motion, seeking another $16 million from Samsung for legal fees.

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Apple Says 74% Of App Store Users Running iOS 7

Apple Says 74% Of App Store Users Running iOS 7

Earlier we reported that within 48 hours of being released, 32% iOS users started to use iOS 7. Lately, Apple has updated its developer website for the iOS App Store to show the distribution of devices on different versions of iOS. According to Apple, 74% of App Store users are now running iOS 7.

By On December 6, 2013 Respond
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Icahn Asks Apple To Ramp Up Its Stock Buyback Program, Yet Again

Icahn Asks Apple To Ramp Up Its Stock Buyback Program, Yet Again

Carl Icahn is one of the leading investors in Apple’s stock, thus holding certain power in swaying the company’s stock-related decisions. Icahn has now called upon Apple to increase its buyback program, a suggestion he has repeatedly made in the past too.

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New Apple Patent Talks About iPhone Facial Recognition Feature

New Apple Patent Talks About iPhone Facial Recognition Feature

We have been hearing for some time that Apple may build a facial recognition security feature into its iPhone handsets. A new Apple patent tends to affirm this notion by exploring the use of face detection to activate select features on Apple products.

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40% iPads Sold On Black Friday Were Purchased By Android Users

40% iPads Sold On Black Friday Were Purchased By Android Users

Although Android is the largest mobile platform right now in terms of numbers, it would appear that Android users aren’t very loyal. Black Friday numbers reveal that nearly 40% of all iPads sold on the day were purchased from Andorid handsets.

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Apple’s Black Friday Deals: Great Or Disappointing?

Apple’s Black Friday Deals: Great Or Disappointing?

Every Black Friday, major tech vendors tend to dish out the sweetest of deals. This year, Apple has announced gift cards if you buy select Apple products on Black Friday. Do you think that’s a good enough deal?

By On November 30, 2013 Respond
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Google Want All Of Its Employees To Use Mac Machines, Not Even Chromebook

Google Want All Of Its Employees To Use Mac Machines, Not Even Chromebook

In today’s world of multiple computing platforms, competitors usually tend to diss each other’s products. Not in the case of Google, apparently, which requires all of its employees to use Apple’s Mac machines.

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Foxconn Ramps Up iPhone 5S Production, Wait Time Drops

Foxconn Ramps Up iPhone 5S Production, Wait Time Drops

When Apple launched iPhone 5S, the company was still resolving the supply-chain problems of the new handset. From a long wait time of 2 to 3 weeks until last month, Apple is now shipping iPhone 5S within 3 to 5 business days now.

By On November 28, 2013 Respond
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285 Million Tablets Will Be Sold In 2014

285 Million Tablets Will Be Sold In 2014

As we move towards the conclusion of 2013, analysts are already making estimates about the next year. Research firm Canalys has now forecasted that a total of 285 million tablets will be sold during 2014.

By On November 27, 2013 Respond
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Apple And GN ReSound Collaborate To Create ‘Made For iPhone’ Hearing Aids

Apple And GN ReSound Collaborate To Create ‘Made For iPhone’ Hearing Aids

Apple’s iPhone is the most popular smartphone around the globe, when viewed in terms of sales alone. Many aging people today possess an iPhone which offers many conveniences for them. Apple has now partnered with GN ReSound to create ‘Made for iPhone’ hearing aids for such iPhone users who may need them.

By On November 26, 2013 Respond
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Apple Seeks Payments Software Engineer To Create New Payment Platform

Apple Seeks Payments Software Engineer To Create New Payment Platform

Apple’s job listings are often a hint at what the tech giant is up to. Recently, the company posted a job opening for ‘Payments Software Engineer.’ The intriguing thing about this listing is that it says the Software Engineer will be required to build a ‘next generation payment platform.’

By On November 26, 2013 Respond
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EyeVerify To Provide Security Using Eye Scan

EyeVerify To Provide Security Using Eye Scan

Apple recently included a fingerprint scanner in its iPhone 5S handset. This has launched a race for biometrics-based security for smartphones. But there are those who are approaching the issue differently. EyeVerify, for instance, is working on such iris scanning technology which may eventually be included in smartphones.

By On November 25, 2013 Respond
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