Apple may have launched its new iTunes 10 with Ping, a social-networking feature which supposedly is compatible with Facebook, but the latter seemingly wants to have nothing to do with Apple. And in a surprising move, the online social networking site has blocked iTunes 10′s Ping service from its servers. What could be going on
With this mTrip iPhone application, you don’t have to worry about getting lost or unsure where to go. One notable feature is the app’s augmented reality which lets you see the various points of interest while looking through the phone’s cameras at your location.
Previously, if one wanted to shop for Apple-related products such as iPods, Macs or even iPads, a trip down to the town area was almost inevitable due to the lack of authorised Apple resellers in other areas. Nubox has set out to change that though: by opening its first new Apple Premium Reseller store in
Apple files patent for technology to identify and lock out authorized users from future portable devices
You know that Big Brother is watching you when something like this can actually be filed for a patent application. And Apple is seemingly all too keen to play that role when its iPhones and iPads are concerned. This time, it will not only be looking out for a user’s picture, but also the sound
We all knew that this was going to happen, but nothing seals rumours better than the words of a CEO himself. And as far as Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen is concerned, Apple can have its Flash-less devices; the company will shift its focus to partners who are willing to work with it instead. Read on
This has been a very busy week for Cupertino: first, Apple was required to replace its faulty first-gen iPod Nano audio players in Japan. In addition, the company has both a security patch for the notorious iOS PDF security flaw and it is rumoured that a new Apple TV is in the works. Opps, did
With battery problems on the some early-generation iPod Nano, Apple in Japan has been under pressure from the government to resolve the issue. And the company has agreed to replace the devices that are overheating.
According to Apple spokesperson, an executive who’s overseeing the iPhone hardware engineering is leaving the company. However, no reason was cited as to why Mark Papermaster was leaving though speculations were because of the AntennaGate issue on the iPhone 4.
At one point of time, rumours were abound that Apple was seriously considering AMD’s GPUs over Nvidia’s, no doubt due to the licence issues between Nvidia and Intel. Those rumours have finally been proven true: the company’s new iMacs and Mac Pros will be powered by AMD’s Radeon graphics solutions. Read on for more information.
Think that the shiny iPhone of yours is safe because Apple said so? Think again: for all you know, that seemingly harmless PDF file you are downloading may be just the thing a hacker needs to gain complete access to the device and ruin your entire day. Read on to find out more.
No, this is not a joke. In fact, you can almost ignore all the information floating around the internet about Apple’s Magic Trackpad requiring a Mac, because someone has successfully managed to get the device working on a pure, Windows-based PC. Read on for more information.
It seems that one thing is clear: no matter how much Apple tries to block people from jailbreaking the iPhone and warning users that doing so may void the warranty, the hackers always succeed in doing so. And next up on the chopping list? A solution to jailbreak the iPhone 4. Read on to find
Wrapsol claims to be the world’s strongest protection system for most digital devices including mobile phones, ebook readers, MP3 players as well as cameras. The maker has recently announced their Ultra series that provides scratch and stronger protection for your devices.
GIGABYTE is proud to announce that GIGABYTE On/Off Charge technology also works on the Apple iPhone 4. GIGABYTE first announced On/Off Charge in April this year by demonstrating how it speeds up iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch charging from a PC’s USB port whether the PC is operational or shut down.
Yes.. StarHub sent out the press release first. But SingTel and M1 aren’t too far behind as the other two telcos have also released their Apple iPhone 4 price plans. So which mobile operator are you signing up for the iPhone 4?
Good news for Apple fans. With the iPhone 4 retailing in Singapore this Friday, local mobile operator StarHub has just announced the iPhone 4 price plans. The iPhone pricing starts from S$0 (depending on the plan). Read on for details.
Apple’s iPhone 4 will be available beginning this Friday, 30 July 2010 in Singapore along with other countries – Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, New Zealand, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. Standalone prices are confirmed and the phones will be available on Apple’s Online Store as well. Read
With M1 announcing their iPad data plans for consumers, StarHub and SingTel aren’t far behind as the two mobile operators have also introduced their data plans for the Apple iPad. And yes, the plans do not include the product itself and there’s no binding contract either. Update: StarHub updates postpaid and prepaid iPad data plans
M1 Singapore has just issued a news release about their iPad data plans which are available in both pre- and post-paid options. And best of all, there’s no binding contract to the post-paid plans. Read on for more details.
HP has announced that it has filed trademark for the name “PalmPad”, which probably refers to their new tablet based on the WebOS. According to some analysts, the PalmPad could pose a major competitor to Apple’s iPad.