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A Giant 40-inch White iPhone 4

A Giant 40-inch White iPhone 4

Benjamin Bachmeier has built himself a 40-inch iPhone table that can be used as a computer or a TV and the dubbed iTableous the system can run Mac or Windows and features 4GB of RAM, a 500GB hard drive, a 5.7MP camera, 720p video recording, a dock connector in the home button, a cooling system, and more. Benjamin Bachmeier called it iTableous and it doesn’t run iOS or have multi-touch but is impressive nonetheless………..

By On August 14, 2011 Respond
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iPhone 5s Were Stopped At German Airport

iPhone 5s Were Stopped At German Airport

Individuals were stopped at a German airport and officials confiscated iPhone 5s (or knockoff iPhones) from them on July 21st and German officials are working with Apple to determine the origin and authenticity of the confiscated iPhone 5s. If the iPhone-5-counterfeiting a resemblance to the real iPhone, then Apple will certainly be very interested in keeping all the pictures and information under wraps……………

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Sony STR-DN1020 3D Blu-ray Disc A/V Receiver

Sony STR-DN1020 3D Blu-ray Disc A/V Receiver

Maximize your entertainment experience with Sony’s STR-DH1020 receiver. Connect seven HD sources,11 listen to your iPod9 and improve the quality of streamed music. Plus, enjoy incredible 7.1 channel sound quality while you watch 3D sports movies and games from connected 3D devices.4 You can even improve video quality to near HD.6 This great receiver also features an easy-to-use control menu for simple control and a convenient audio calibration set-up so you are assured the best possible listening experience.

By On August 13, 2011 Respond
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Apple A6 Processor Goes Into Production With TSMC For Future iOS Devices

Apple A6 Processor Goes Into Production With TSMC For Future iOS Devices

Apple’s next-generation A6 processor, expected to arrive in future versions of the iPad and iPhone, is said to have gone into trial production ahead of a launch expected in the first half of 2012 and TSMC again tipped to be in trial production of the new ARM-based silicon. TSMC was said to be testing its 28nm processes on the A6 with Apple basing its eventual order decisions on what yield the manufacturer could achieve and TSMC has declined to comment on the Apple speculation, though has said that it expects its order book to look healthier in Q4 as customer inventory dwindles. And people who are hoping for a surprise iPad 3 coming in the next few months, you will probably be waiting a little longer…………..

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Apple’s Low-End iPhone Could Be iCloud iPhone

Apple’s Low-End iPhone Could Be iCloud iPhone

The low-cost iPhone Apple may be launching this fall is internally known as the iCloud iPhone and the it will allegedly offer a cheaper option at the expense of most of its flash storage. The iCloud-based phone is further described as using many of the same parts as the iPhone 4 and iCloud hardware will supposedly use an aluminum back panel like the iPad 2’s, since the iPhone 4’s glass is a more expensive option……………

By On August 12, 2011 Respond
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22 More Fraud Apple Stores Are Identified In Kunming City Of China

22 More Fraud Apple Stores Are Identified In Kunming City Of China

22 more false Apple stores are discovered in the southern City of Kunming in China, just after an American blogger found three fake Apple stores a month ago. According to Reuters, the shops were selling Apple products without any sort of authorization from Apple. They are ordered to remove Apple’s logo & also to stop […]

By On August 12, 2011 Respond
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New Apple Patent Shows Schematic Maps

New Apple Patent Shows Schematic Maps

Apple has shown interest in creating a new Maps application for the iPhone and other iOS devices that would exaggerate some details, like roads or landmarks to make navigation easier to follow and a patent shows that Apple’s maps will simplify things to the user by providing the most relevant information in the given situation. Coincidentally this seems to go with Apple’s overall design philosophy and the patent is called Schematic Maps, which first determines the amount of screen real estate that is available to the user………….

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An Earlier Unboxing Of iPhone 5!!

An Earlier Unboxing Of iPhone 5!!

Someone is unboxing an iPhone 5 before the actual release and this time t’s a pretty self-evident, tongue-in-cheek fake put forward by case and skin makers ZAGG……….

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Apple Reuse And Recycling Program

Apple Reuse And Recycling Program

Apple puts PCs on free recycling party list, opens doors to iPads, iPhones and when you recycle with Apple, your used equipment is disassembled, and key components that can be reused are removed. Glass and metal can be reprocessed for use in new products and a majority of the plastics can be pelletized into a raw secondary material. With materials reprocessing and component reuse, Apple often achieves a 90 percent recovery rate by weight of the original product and the company still recycles old iPods and mobile phones (regardless of manufacturer) for free………..

By On August 11, 2011 Respond
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iPhone 5 Copycat hiPhone 5

iPhone 5 Copycat hiPhone 5

iPhone 5 might not be out yet, but the hiPhone 5 certainly is and a number of versions of the copycat device are for sale in China on the e-commerce website Taobao with prices starting from as little as 200 yuan ($31). That obviously has not stopped companies like Taobao from using China’s lax copyright laws from using the Apple image to sell pirated products and the heavy tax burden along with the lower wages of Brazilian consumers versus their counterparts in the U.S. and Europe make almost-Apple products an attractive alternative…………….

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Verizon Preventing Jailbreakers From Unauthorized Tethering

Verizon Preventing Jailbreakers From Unauthorized Tethering

Verizon put its foot down on subscribers using unauthorized tethering apps and now blocking hotspot apps used on jailbroken devices. Verizon began blocking unauthorized hotspot access through jailbroken smartphone apps as early as last Friday and the current limitation only seemingly affects the hotspot aspect, the ability to allow up to five additional devices to connect to Verizon’s network via a smartphone. AT&T and Verizon have both justified their moves by noting that they don’t prevent customers from tethering and Verizon has come under particular scrutiny thanks to a clause in the agreement the company signed when it licensed the 700 MHz C Block it uses to run its LTE network………………

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UCLA Engineers Invent Photovoltaic Polarizers, Now Devices Could Be Powered By It Self

UCLA Engineers Invent Photovoltaic Polarizers, Now Devices Could Be Powered By It Self

Photovoltaic polarizers could make self-charging that makes the dreams come true. UCLA engineers allows LCDs to recycle energy, with photovoltaic polarizers, devices could be powered by sunlight, own backlight. This is most worse thing to losing the charge of smartphone or laptop running down when we have no access to an electrical outlet. But the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science could finally help solve the problem. According to the researchers, the traditional LCD polarization process loses as much as 75 percent of light energy something that eats around 80 to 90 percent of the device’s power. By using polarizing organic photovoltaic cells, the LCD-packing gizmo can recycle its own lost backlight energy, keeping itself charged for longer. Checkout more details in the press release bellow.

By On August 11, 2011 Respond
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Renderings Based On iPhone 5 Case Leaks Hit The Web

Renderings Based On iPhone 5 Case Leaks Hit The Web

In the run up to the launch of the iPhone 5, expected to take place this Fall, MacRumors has commissioned several renderings of what the new device could look like based on leaked case designs from Asian manufacturers and the renderings have been done by Ciccarese Design and reflect some of the new features which may or may not be included in the device. renderings have been done by Ciccarese Design and reflect some of the new features which may or may not be included in the device. This is an impressive level of fakery, but despite not being official, these images still chime with what we’re looking for from the fifth iteration of the iPhone………….

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Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader

Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader

Amazon releases web-based Kindle Cloud Reader app, which is optimized for iPads and compatible with both Chrome and Safari, the new app is essentially a browser version of the Kindle eBook reader, providing PC, Mac and Chromebook users with access to their digitized libraries. The tool also offers local storage, allowing for offline reading, though Amazon’s device limit still applies and this cloud reader is unveils with relatively little fanfare or explanation, but its site highlights the service’s main attractions, including its iPad optimization. The cloud application is based on HTML5 and optimizes the reading device or computer being used, even though the book can be read instantly, it is still stored locally for offline reading……………

By On August 10, 2011 Respond
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Facebook Brings Different Messengers For iPhone And Android

Facebook Brings Different Messengers For iPhone And Android

Facebook has announced of a separate Facebook Messenger app. The Messenger app is an extension of Facebook messages, so all your conversations are in one place, including your texts, chats, emails and messages. Whether you’re on your phone or on the web, you can see the full history of all your messages.

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