Apple Admits to Court that Samsung Will Draw More Customers from Android than iOS

Earlier today, we noted that a U.S. judge late last week declined to issue a preliminary injunction barring Samsung from selling several of its Galaxy smartphone and tablet devices in the United States while Apple’s case alleging patent and design infringement moved through the courts. From the decision released by Judge Lucy Koh, The Vergenoted that it had…

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Google+ iOS app updated with full resolution photo uploads, search, and photo +1s

Google has just pushed out an update to the Google+ iOS app compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, bringing it up to version 1.0.7.2940 and introducing a few new features including full resolution photo uploads, search, and photo +1. Also included are the usual bug fixes and performance enhancements. As always, you can grab the update…

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U.S. Cellular: iPhone isn’t cutting edge enough currently to consider

  Speaking at the UBS 39th Annual Global Media and Communications Conference, TDS  (parent to US Cellular) CEO Ted Carlson said: “We’re never going to say never about the iPhone. The iPhone for us would need to be at the cutting edge of where we’re going, and then there might be an opportunity to consider it.” U.S. Cellular revealed last…

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Kindle Fire is training wheels for iPad, analysts say

Can Amazon’s $199 Kindle Fire give iPad a run for its money? Rather than set Apple’s touch computer ablaze, the Fire will instead benefit California-based gadget designer by introducing to tablet computing people who otherwise would never consider a tablet. And after purchasing and enjoying their Fire for some time, some of them will likely upgrade…

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Cristiano Ronaldo and RockLive team up for addicting “Heads Up” iPhone game

RockLive, best known for their popular Mike Tyson Main Event game for the iPhone and iPod touch, is back for another high-profile game partnership. This time, the game studio has teamed up with world-leading soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo for a very fun and addicting game calledHeads Up with Cristiano Ronaldo (now available). The game is insanely addictive and combines aspects from…

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Unsafe Siri iPhone 4 port debuts on Cydia, iOS 5 downgrade via iFaith

We know Apple previously tested Siri on iPhone 4 and older devices but hasn’t enabled the voice recognition software to work on customers’ iOS devices released before the iPhone 4S. Meanwhile however, the hacking community cracked Apple’s digital secretary to work on jailbroken devices and ported the dictation feature to iPhone 4. And now, it looks like a Chinese hacker group…

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“From the Garage to the World’s Most Valuable Company”- Computer History Museum announces Steve Jobs exhibit

The Computer History Museum announced today a new online exhibit dedicated entirely to Steve Jobs and his work. Apart from detailing Jobs’ life from the Homebrew Computer Club all the way up to the iPad, or as they put it, “From the Garage to the World’s Most Valuable Company”, the exhibit also includes a rare Steve Jobs presentation…

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Steve Wozniak on the problem with smartphones, the Macintosh being “a failure”

Steve Wozniak illustration by Charis Tsevis Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple and the original architect of the Apple I and Apple II computers in the mid-1970s, is a self-proclaimed Android fan (and of course he loves his iPhone, too). He has been quoted as predicting that Android will win smartphone wars (although he hopes Google’s platform will never beat iPad)…

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Geting Firebug For iPhone and iPad

Firebug is one of the most popular and powerful web development tools, and puts a wealth of web development tools at your fingertips while you browse. You can edit, debug, and monitor CSS, HTML, and JavaScript live in any web page. So far it was available as an add-on/plugin for all the major browsers, and today we’re going to show you how…

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Lower East Side Audio Dock Air by Audyssey

Enjoy rich, clear and balanced sound over the air with Audyssey’s Lower East Side Audio Dock Air: an AirPlay speaker that streams music wirelessly from your computer, iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.   Flawless Sound Over the Air Didn’t think it was possible to have the flexibility of wireless audio and amazing sound? Let us show…

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