Apple Resolve Signal Problem For China Mobile’s iPhone 4S Users

Apple Resolve Signal Problem For China Mobile’s iPhone 4S Users

Currently, Apple has one official carrier at China and has nearly sealed a deal with another major mobile carrier in the country. However, the largest carrier in China is China Mobile and Apple hasn’t been able to reach a deal with it yet, though there is hope this may happen soon. What’s interesting is that although the carrier is not iPhone’s official carrier, it has some 15 million subscribers who are using iPhone 4S. Some of these users has problems receiving signals on their devices and Apple responded promptly to resolve this problem.

By On March 7, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Giving Free Windows Phone To Malware-Stricken Android Users

Microsoft Giving Free Windows Phone To Malware-Stricken Android Users

In a rather unusual advertising move, Microsoft has asked Android users to tell them about their Android plights, especially about the recent malware problem. And in return, the users may get a chance to win free Windows Phone! It’s a fine way of highlighting Android’s qualms and at the same time, marketing Windows Phone right into the Android fan-base.

By On December 15, 2011 1 Response
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Western Digital Brings My Passport Studio Portable Hard Drives For Mac Users

Western Digital Brings My Passport Studio Portable Hard Drives For Mac Users

Good news for Mac users, if you are tired of unsufficiant storage. Here comes the Solutions by My Passport Studio and My Passport to store and transport big big digital content. Western Digital just bring My Passport, My Passport Studio hard drives for Mac users. The hard drives is metal enclosure and a pair of FireWire 800 ports in addition to the standard USB 2.0 connector. The available storage are 500GB, 750GB and 1TB capacities, and compatible with Apple’s Time Machine. Those are priced between $100 and $130, on the otherhand My Passport Studio starts at $130 and tops out at $180. Checkout the press release bellow for more.

By On September 23, 2011 Respond
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Sifteo Cubes Becoming Available For U.S. And Canadian Users

Sifteo Cubes Becoming Available For U.S. And Canadian Users

Sifteo Inc today announced the upcoming general availability of its Sifteo cubes to U.S. and Canadian customers. Sifteo Cubes up for pre-order by the end of today, ship out in September. You’ll receive a triplet of the oh-so-cute Cubes, a charging hub and a 2.4 Ghz wireless USB adapter for connectivity, as well as transferring Sifteo store apps purchased on your computer. It was briefly available to early adopters in January for $99.99, and now $149.99 gets everyone in on some good times. Checkout more details bellow in the press release.

By On August 11, 2011 Respond
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Nyko Zoom gives For Kinect users Coming on This August 23

Nyko Zoom gives For Kinect users Coming on This August 23

Microsoft has gotten a lot of people interested in its Kinect Xbox 360 peripheral, though the device was dogged following its release by reports that a significant amount of empty space was required in front of one’s TV in order for it to function properly. Maybe you’re one of the lucky few who have plenty of space where 65-inch televisions are barely big enough to outfit your palatial estate. Nyko has a $29 device coming August 23 called the Zoom that’ll attach to your Kinect sensor to reduce the amount of flail-space required by about 40 percent. That translates to just four feet of distance from your Kinect.

By On July 11, 2011 Respond
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Galaxy Tab New 10.1 update On The Way To Users

Galaxy Tab New 10.1 update On The Way To Users

Galaxy Tab 10.1 update coming soon, ushers TouchWiz into the Honeycomb era. With the release of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 software update coming soon, your already powerful Galaxy Tab will get even more better. When it does start trickling its way on to Sammy’s slate, it’ll be bringing with it a host of new features, including that Honeycomb edition of TouchWiz that’s sure to be just as divisive as its smartphone ancestor.

By On July 4, 2011 Respond
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Facebook Reached 750 Million Users’ Landmark

Facebook Reached 750 Million Users’ Landmark

Social networking juggernaut Facebook has crossed 750 million users mark within a span of just one year and it seems like the social networking giant is waiting to reach one billion target before making another announcement. An important aspect of Facebook’s metric system is that the company’s metric include every user in its user base who has logged in the Facebook account at least once in a month and has begun experimenting with sponsored status updates, which can be commented on by users…………..

By On June 26, 2011 Respond
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Mac Vs PC Users [INFOGRAPHIC]

Mac Vs PC Users [INFOGRAPHIC]

According to a research 71% of PC users define their style as “casual,” while 18% of Mac users consider their style “designer/chic/upscale.” Hunch recently did a survey of 2,000 Mac and PC owners about choices that they make on a day-to-day basis, and opinions that they have that have absolutely nothing to do with the computer they use. The findings they put in this nifty infographic.

By On April 25, 2011 Respond
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Apple’s Cloud Based Music Service Is Ready To Launch

Apple’s Cloud Based Music Service Is Ready To Launch

According to Reuters, Apple is ready to roll out a new cloud-based music storage service for iTunes users and plans to beat rival Google to the punch in the process. The article claims that Apple’s reason for the tardy launch of their cloud service is due to last minute discussions with major labels.

By On April 22, 2011 Respond
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Rumor: iPad 3 May Come With 2GHz Dual-Core CPU

Rumor: iPad 3 May Come With 2GHz Dual-Core CPU

Samsung, one of the world’s biggest chip manufacturers and a significant Apple supplier, will be pushing out a new, likely ARM-based, 2GHz dual-core processor in the near future. Rumours are circulating that the iPad 3 could come kitted kitted out with the next-generation CPU, with noises emanating from within the industry suggesting that Apple have been spurred on to include the tech by the news that Samsung is planning to bring 2GHz dual-core processors to devices by next year.

By On April 21, 2011 Respond
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Vodafone AU Offers Free Unlock For iPhone 4

Vodafone AU Offers Free Unlock For iPhone 4

Good news for Vodafone iPhone 4 users. They can unlock their favourite ones from Vodafone Australia website. According to the Vodafone website, the iPhone 4 handsets purchased from any Vodafone outlets in Australia can get it unlocked for free by just entering your IMEI number along with your credit card information.

By On April 18, 2011 Respond
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Upgrade Your iPhone 4 to iOS 4.3.1 Without Upgrading the Baseband [How To for Windows]

Upgrade Your iPhone 4 to iOS 4.3.1 Without Upgrading the Baseband [How To for Windows]

Like Mac users windows users can also upgrade their iPhone 4 to iOS 4.3.1 without upgrading the baseband. This tutorial will show you how to upgrade your iPhone 4 to iOS 4.3.1 without upgrading its baseband using TinyUmbrella for Windows.

By On April 4, 2011 Respond
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Report: Apple Plans Improved Voice Commands in iOS 5

Report: Apple Plans Improved Voice Commands in iOS 5

TechCrunch have reported that Apple plans to feature deep integration of voice control in the next version of its mobile operating system. Using voice controls, iOS users will be able to navigate the operating system’s interface using artificial intelligence and assistive technologies.

By On March 30, 2011 Respond
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Get Free Windows 7 SP1 DVD from Microsoft Online Store

Get Free Windows 7 SP1 DVD from Microsoft Online Store

Last week, Microsoft has released the Windows 7 Service Pack 1 final RTM for the Windows 7 users. The new SP1 release doesn’t bring any new noticeable feature to the popular operating system, but it’s bundled with some important improvements and bug fixes.

By On March 6, 2011 Respond
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BlackBerry Messenger Coming To iPhone And Android

BlackBerry Messenger Coming To iPhone And Android

BGR has reported that RIM (Research In Motion) will launch its BlackBerry Messenger app and service for Android and iOS such as iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad devices soon. The source also claims that the RIM’s BBM will be launched for iOS devices including iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch too along with one for Android.

By On March 4, 2011 6 Responses
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