iPad Mini Pricing Details Reportedly Divulged

iPad Mini Pricing Details Reportedly Divulged

Apple’s unconfirmed iPad Mini tablet that everyone has raved about over these past few weeks should be announced on October 23rd if all goes dandy. Although Apple hasn’t even acknowledged producing a miniaturized tablet, it sure has received extensive media attention. Just a week in advance of the purported announcement, an inventory system of a European store indicates the iPad Mini sport a $840 price tag for all the bells and whistles.

By On October 16, 2012 Respond
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Thieves Used Stolen Car To Smash Apple Store And Steal Products

Thieves Used Stolen Car To Smash Apple Store And Steal Products

Seems like thieves have a particular attraction for Apple products. In the middle of September, two thieves slammed a BMW car into an Apple Store and stole a bunch of iPhone and iPad. One month later, on October 12, a different group stole a car, smashed it into Kansas Apple Store and took away some Apple products.

By On October 14, 2012 Respond
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Apple To Pay SBB For Using Iconic Swiss Clock Design In iOS 6

Apple To Pay SBB For Using Iconic Swiss Clock Design In iOS 6

Apple has just reached a licensing deal with Swiss National Railway (in short, SBB) for the use of iconic Swiss clock design in iOS 6’s Clock application. When Apple rolled out iOS 6, SBB immediately accused the Cupertino-company for stealing its iconic clock design. As with any lawsuit, Apple wasn’t quite pleased with the accusation.

By On October 14, 2012 Respond
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ITU Holds Patent Roundtable To Resolve Patent Issues

ITU Holds Patent Roundtable To Resolve Patent Issues

In today’s tech world, patent wars have become somewhat of a norm. We have seen a blizzard of patent cases spring up in the last few years as the smartphone market has expanded. Apple is suing Samsung, Samsung is suing back, Microsoft is going after Motorola, Apple is going after Sony and so on and so forth. The list is endless. Now, the International Telecommunications Union is holding a roundtable to bring all parties together to find a way to settle these issues amicably.

By On October 13, 2012 Respond
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Eric Schmidt Says Apple Should Have Stuck With Google Maps

Eric Schmidt Says Apple Should Have Stuck With Google Maps

Apple has stirred a lot of controversy by ousting Google Maps from iOS 6 and replacing the service with its own Maps app. Since Apple’s new maps lack a number of fundamental features and are often faulty in displaying information, this has frustrated iOS users. Talking about this issue, Google’s chairman, Eric Schmidt, says that Apple should have continued using Google Maps.

By On October 12, 2012 Respond
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Apple Bags Samsung’s Chip Design Maestro

Apple Bags Samsung’s Chip Design Maestro

Jim Mergard has worked at AMD for 16 years and is known for his extra-ordinary skills and expertise in designing chips. Mergard served at AMD in the capacities of vice president and chief engineer, but recently left to work at Samsung. However, Apple was quick to woo away the highly valued designer and bring him to Cupertino to work for Apple.

By On October 12, 2012 Respond
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Coca-Cola, Apple And IBM Top The List Of Most Valuable Global Brands

Coca-Cola, Apple And IBM Top The List Of Most Valuable Global Brands

There are a number of global brands which are wildly popular among the masses, not only in the developed countries but also in the developing nations. These brands range from technology to food to beverages and auto-mobiles and a whole range of other products. Interbrand has released its 13th annual Best Global Brands report revealing this years biggest brands. Coca-Cola has secured the top spot in the list, followed closely by Apple.

By On October 11, 2012 Respond
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Manatee Stand Allows Using iPad In Bed

Manatee Stand Allows Using iPad In Bed

We have seen a number of iPad stands, some of them with very creative designs, over the past few years. However, nearly none has been specifically tailored for using iPad in bed. Manatee iPad stand intends to cater to this niche by envisioning an iPad stand which can easily be angled so that you can watch movies and work on it while resting cozy in your bed.

By On October 10, 2012 Respond
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Big Players Join Hands To Build Single Knowledge Repository For Web Developers And Designers

Big Players Join Hands To Build Single Knowledge Repository For Web Developers And Designers

Yesterday, the WebPlatform.org was formally launched. So, what is it? It is an effort to create an “accurate, up-to-date, and comprehensive” resource for web developers and designers. What’s the fuzz? Don’t we have such sites spring up every now and then? Sites with such slogan springs out time to time, and falls into oblivion. Only this time, an open web community for developer have come into existence with backings from major players, both in commerce and regulation, on the web – Adobe, Apple, Facebook, Google, HP, Microsoft, Mozilla, Nokia, Opera and W3C.

By On October 9, 2012 Respond
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Is Apple Making A New iPhone 4? Software Suggests So

Is Apple Making A New iPhone 4? Software Suggests So

An interesting report reveals that Apple is offering iOS 6 download for an unknown iPhone 3,2 device. Based on the facts, the iPhone 3,2 would be a new version of the iPhone 4. The hardware number we are referring to has appeared in iOS device downloads since September 19. And, it seems Apple is making a new version of iPhone 4.

By On October 9, 2012 Respond
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Apple Releases Statement Over iPhone 5 Lens Flare Issue

Apple Releases Statement Over iPhone 5 Lens Flare Issue

We reported a few days ago that users were having a lens flare issue with their freshly unwrapped iPhone 5s. Now just a few days after the uproar, Apple has provided a brief explanation addressing the purple flare issue. The Cupertino-giant mainly disregarded the user complaints and attempted to prove that the issue was typical with any small – and, or mobile camera.

By On October 9, 2012 Respond
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Patent Wars: Apple Pitted Against The Rest

Patent Wars: Apple Pitted Against The Rest

In recent times, as the pace of technological development has ramped up, so has the number of lawsuits being exchanged between major tech giants. These lawsuits often involve accusations of patent infringement and with time, are only increasing in numbers. For instance, Apple alone has been involved in a total of 148 lawsuits from 2006 to this day. A NYT infographic quite aptly shows this.

By On October 9, 2012 Respond
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App Analytics Point At A New iPad Running A6-Chip Variation

App Analytics Point At A New iPad Running A6-Chip Variation

According to Macrumors, the analytics for an iOS application have brought evidence of a new iPad codenamed “iPad3,6″. The third generation iPads on the market now are labeled “iPad3,1″ through “iPad3,3″ for various versions. Hence, it’s unknown what exactly the “iPad 3,6″ happens to be. The appearance of a new iPad version in app analytics gives some backing to early rumors of an iPad Mini and updated iPad 3 launch this October.

By On October 6, 2012 Respond
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Samsung Claims Jury Foreman Tainted His Decision In Apple vs. Samsung Case

Samsung Claims Jury Foreman Tainted His Decision In Apple vs. Samsung Case

After losing $1.05 billion and perhaps more during the late August patent-case decision; Samsung is fighting back in-attempt to lower that figure. While they obviously aren’t great at defending the designs of their devices, the Korean-based company has decided to take an alternative route. Samsung is questioning the jury one-by-one to find out what type of people completed the $1.05 billion verdict decision. One guy in particular seems highly suspicious, and Samsung wants to get to the bottom of this situation. Foreman, Velvin Hogan, was sued by Seagate Technology, and they happen to be owned by Samsung. As a result, they are crying that Hogan could have influenced the decision in a bias manner.

By On October 5, 2012 Respond
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Motorola Mobility Withdraws ITC Patent Accusation Against Apple

Motorola Mobility Withdraws ITC Patent Accusation Against Apple

Motorola Mobility, owned and operated by Google, has withdrawn its recent patent infringement accusations against Apple with the International Trade Commission. The exact reason behind the patent withdrawal was left quiet. We are awaiting word on whether the Android-based smartphone maker will testify the reasons.

By On October 4, 2012 Respond
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