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Man Sues Apple For Cancelling $35 Order Which Worth Products Of $1600

Man Sues Apple For Cancelling $35 Order Which Worth Products Of $1600

Imagine the delight of a person who is able to order $1600 worth of Apple products for a mere $35. The incident is not fictitious and did actually happen to Adam Crouchley in New Zealand. However, Apple realized the mistake soon and cancelled the order for which Crouchley is now suing the company.

By On November 6, 2012 Respond
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iPad Mini Reservations Can Be Made On Apple’s Website After 10 P.M.

iPad Mini Reservations Can Be Made On Apple’s Website After 10 P.M.

It has been only a few days since Apple released iPad mini, the smaller version of its mainstream tablet. However, given the immense demand for the mini tablet, it has been out of stock on nearly all Apple Stores. Interestingly, you can still order one on Apple’s official website.

By On November 5, 2012 Respond
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Engadget Thinks Low Priced Tablets And Mobiles Are Bad For Consumers. We Don’t Agree.

Engadget Thinks Low Priced Tablets And Mobiles Are Bad For Consumers. We Don’t Agree.

An Engadget associate editor argues that the low priced Nexus and Kindle devices will hurt the consumers in the long run, and thus it’s a bad strategy to follow. But, consumers, as well as industry figure like Linus Torvalds, seem to feel otherwise.

By On November 4, 2012 2 Responses
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IDC: Android Grabs 75% Of The Smartphone Market In Q3

IDC: Android Grabs 75% Of The Smartphone Market In Q3

Market research firm IDC has revealed that during the third quarter, Android accounted for 75 percent of the total smartphone shipments.

By On November 4, 2012 Respond
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Smartphone Market Holds 51% In US For The First Time

Smartphone Market Holds 51% In US For The First Time

Now a days smartphone makers are having a great competition among them. Every now and then, companies are announcing new smartphones. But still all the time, smartphone makers were lagged behind capturing the majority in U.S. But, according to comscore.com‘s new report, for the first time, smartphone market has surpassed 50% in US. Details are inside.

By On November 4, 2012 Respond
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Drop-Test Reveals The Durability Of iPad Mini, Nexus 7 And iPad 3

Drop-Test Reveals The Durability Of iPad Mini, Nexus 7 And iPad 3

Square Trade, which offers device warranties has done a “drop-test” on the freshly released iPad mini and uploaded a test video on YouTube. In the drop-test video, Apple’s iPad mini has faced off against Google’s Nexus 7 as well as the third-generation iPad.

By On November 3, 2012 Respond
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Apple’s iPad 4 Is Hard To Repair: iFixit

Apple’s iPad 4 Is Hard To Repair: iFixit

Users of Apple’s fourth-generation iPad, also known as iPad 4, would face a tough challenge if they intend to repair it as its innards are made in a complicated way. The revelation came from free repair manual creator site iFixit.

By On November 3, 2012 Respond
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Court Tells Apple To Amend And Repost Apology Statement To Samsung

Court Tells Apple To Amend And Repost Apology Statement To Samsung

In the legal battle between Apple and Samsung, a UK court had exonerated Samsung of the charge of copying iPad’s design. As a result, the court told Apple to post on its website that Samsung didn’t copy the said design. Apple did so but the court seems displeased with the company’s approach.

By On November 3, 2012 Respond
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Apple Loses Rights To Use ‘iPhone’ Trademark In Mexico

Apple Loses Rights To Use ‘iPhone’ Trademark In Mexico

Apple’s trademarks have been quite a problem for the company as it has grown from a U.S.-centric brand to one with global reach and appeal. In Mexico, Apple is facing a similar problem as a court has denied Apple the right to use the ‘iPhone’ trademark in the country.

By On November 3, 2012 Respond
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Apple Shows Willingness To Pay Motorola $1 Per iPhone For Patent Licenses

Apple Shows Willingness To Pay Motorola $1 Per iPhone For Patent Licenses

Motorola and Apple have been locked in one of the many patent battles currently going on in the tech arena. Apple has now shown some willingness to settle the whole fiasco by offering to pay $1 per iPhone to Motorola.

By On November 2, 2012 Respond
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iTunes 11 Postponed, Now Coming At The End Of November

iTunes 11 Postponed, Now Coming At The End Of November

Apple has been working on the new version of iTunes, iTunes 11, for quite some time. It was scheduled to be released some time in October but Apple has now announced that the release has been postponed until the end of November.

By On November 2, 2012 Respond
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Google Claims Android Has 700,000 Apps Now, Equals Apple’s App Store

Google Claims Android Has 700,000 Apps Now, Equals Apple’s App Store

Google Play now has around 700,000 apps available, the same amount Apple claimed to surpass on September. That means, now Apple has to share the crown with Google.

By On October 31, 2012 1 Response
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Google Search Application On iOS Adds Voice Recognition Feature

Google Search Application On iOS Adds Voice Recognition Feature

Back in August, Google announced it would update its search application for iOS with voice recognition “in a couple days.” But that clearly did not happen. Apple has taken two months to approve the new Google Search application — finally releasing it early Tuesday afternoon.

By On October 31, 2012 Respond
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Many Apple Services Including iMessage Experiencing Ongoing Outages

Many Apple Services Including iMessage Experiencing Ongoing Outages

Apple outages are beginning to become a regular event, as users are reporting downtime with iMessage, Game Center, iTunes Match, Facetime, and the iTunes/App Store. Last week on October 25th Apple’s iMessage service was down several hours during the afternoon.

By On October 31, 2012 Respond
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Scott Forstall Loses Position At Apple Over iOS 6 Maps Apology Letter

Scott Forstall Loses Position At Apple Over iOS 6 Maps Apology Letter

Apple’s mapping application withstood heavy criticism across the first couple of weeks of its release. Scott Forstall, the iOS software Chief at that moment, was instructed to sign an apology letter over iOS 6 Maps for the public — he denied. Apparently Apple CEO, Tim Cook, wasn’t pleased with his actions since he decided he would boot Forstall from the position.

By On October 31, 2012 Respond
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