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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………….

By On August 11, 2011 1 Response
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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.

By On August 10, 2011 Respond
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Bluelounge Introduce MiniDock, Cord-Free Wall Charger And Display-Docking Station For iPhone, iPod

Bluelounge Introduce MiniDock, Cord-Free Wall Charger And Display-Docking Station For iPhone, iPod

Bluelounge announced the availability of MiniDock. This Dock supports iOS owners in the US, UK and EU, the company’s MiniDock makes use of your existing Apple USB power adapter for a cordless, outlet-mounted charging and display station that uses the existing Apple USB Power Adapter. So you can have one right now for $20. Checkout more details bellow for more.

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Scosche myTREK Pulse Monitor And  iPhone, iPod Touch App Now Available For $130

Scosche myTREK Pulse Monitor And iPhone, iPod Touch App Now Available For $130

Scosche Industries, award-winning innovator of consumer technology, is finally available of the highly anticipated Scosche myTREK pulse monitor and app for iPhone and iPod touch. The company’s new Bluetooth myTrek pulse monitor pairs with an iPhone or iPod touch audio alerts your headphones during a workout, while also tracking pulse, distance, speed, pace, and calories burned. A built-in accelerometer allows the myTREK to adjust for movement during exercise from the user’s heartbeat allowing for an extremely accurate measurement of pulse and calories burned. The Scosche myTREK is available now at Apple retails stores, 24hourfitness.com, 24-Hour Fitness gyms and Scosche.com for $129.99. Checkout more details bellow in the press release bellow.

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Apple [AAPL] Now The Most Valuable Company In Market Capital Passing Exxon

Apple [AAPL] Now The Most Valuable Company In Market Capital Passing Exxon

Apple [AAPL] became the most valuable company in terms of market capital. Apple just slightly passed Exxon to become number 1. That’s a remarkable & historical news for Apple. Though the market is fluctuating & the ranking is zigzag.

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Cablevision Optimum App For iPhone And iPod touch

Cablevision Optimum App For iPhone And iPod touch

Cablevision has rolled out an updated version of their Optimum app for iOS and the pdate includes the iPad version as well as the iPhone and iPod touch version. The apps both climb to version 2.0 and perhaps a bit more important, they both include worthwhile improvements and cablevision customers can now experience hundreds of channels of live television, thousands of titles of video on demand and other features on all three devices……………

By On August 9, 2011 Respond
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Cinemin Swivel Multimedia Pico Projector

Cinemin Swivel Multimedia Pico Projector

Introducing the Cinemin Swivel, the ultra portable multimedia micro projector powered by Texas Instruments DLP technology for ultra clear picture quality. It is designed to work with mobile devices like Apple’s popular iPhone, Cinemin takes projection out of boardrooms and movie theaters and into the palm of your hand.

By On August 8, 2011 Respond
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Apple Releases iOS 5 Beta 5 With New Features

Apple Releases iOS 5 Beta 5 With New Features

Apple has just released the iOS 5 beta 5 firmware for developers and it is now available to download for iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad and also this update brings the obvious bug fixes and stability improvements. Just like the iOS 5 beta 4 firmware update you can update to the iOS 5 beta 5 firmware Over-The-Air and if you do decide to update to the iOS 5 beta 5 firmware over-the-air. Apple has also improved the Camera app, Photo app,mobile Safari browser, Mail and Calendar app in iOS 5 and Apple is recommending developers to first erase all content and settings on the iOS device……………..

By On August 7, 2011 Respond
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iPhone 8 Could Be Next Gaming Console?

iPhone 8 Could Be Next Gaming Console?

Epic Games president suggests Apple, the accidental gaming giant is obsoleting next-gen console and he hinks that rather than next generation consoles from Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony, people should be keeping their eyes peeled on iPhone 8 gaming in 2015. So we can now say that smartphones in 2015 to be as powerfull as Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3………………..

By On August 6, 2011 Respond
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Apple Cracking Down Unauthorized iOS 5 Usage

Apple Cracking Down Unauthorized iOS 5 Usage

Apple cracking down on non-developer devices running iOS 5 and developers who have inappropriately sold their account device slots, allowing them to profit from the installation iOS 5 on unauthorized non-developer iPhones and iPads. It has likewise locked the devices of those who bought the slots and the only way to keep using a potentially affected iPhone is to downgrade from iOS 5 to iOS 4.3. This means that anyone who is using iOS 5 beta on their device attached to a flagged UDID could see their devices disabled and it seems that users of iOS 5b1 and 5b2 have reported experiences of their devices shutting down, but users of the most current iOS 5 beta build are generally still up and running……………..

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