This couldn’t be another “coincidence” folks, as taoviet forums unveil the iPhone “4G” running OS4. Things do look lovely for now
Apple filed a lawsuit against HTC for patent infringement in March whereby many see it as a move to get back at Google for the Android devices (indirectly). And just recently, the Taiwanese manufacturer has countersue Apple for infringement of their patents.
Just how much coincidence’s needed for another iPhone “4G” prototype to be lost and then leaked to the public. Seems like not much is needed as a video from Vietnam surfaces on Youtube, showing more detail. Check it out !
No, we are not kidding: this is one of the fixes which Apple has listed out on its support webpage to help users who have been facing WiFi problems on their iPad. Read on to find out more.
Singapore Telcommunication provider, M1 Limited, has just announced the launch of their new App store designed for all platforms. The appstore has both free and paid apps, ranging from games, entertainment, social networking to utilities. Check it out at http://appstore.m1.com.sg/ Update: For those who are wondering about the iPhone apps on M1 app store, according to M1, downloads of iPhone apps
In yet another fight over alleged patent infringements, Nokia has sent its lawyers against Apple, claiming that the Cuppertino company’s iPhone and iPad 3G infringed on five “important Nokia patents”. Read on to find out more.
It is official ! Apple has announced that the official international availability for the iPad. Do take note that different regions will get different launch dates. Singapore is in one of them.
It seems that Apple is starting to discover some of the issues that companies at the top of the ladder usually experience, and an antitrust inquiry into the Cuppertino company’s business practices might be the first of many things to come. Read on to find out more.
A new set of weapons in the arsenal for professionals and freelancers working in the creative sectors – the CS5 edition of Adobe’s flagship suite is here.
Skyfire has launched their new version for Android phones and supports Flash, meaning users can view the flash animation and videos on websites. According to some news sources, the company is also making a version for iPhones and submit it to the Apple App Store later this year.
Steve Jobs from Apple had published his thoughts on Flash in a recent press release. In his lengthy thoughts, he commented on how Apple got with Flash and its history before breaking down into various points why Flash should not be for mobile devices.
Just because Flash for the iPhone is officially dead does not mean that it has to suffer the same fate on the desktop. Adobe has released a preview version of their upcoming Flash player for OS X codenamed ‘Gala’, and it comes with a feature the OS X crowd had been completely lacking for years
Sure, we all know that Apple is suing HTC over alleged patent infringements found in the handset maker’s Android-powered devices, but Microsoft suddenly joins the fray by announcing that they have struck a licensing agreement with HTC over its Android phones. What’s going on here? Read on to find out more.
For the past week, rumour has it that Apple was seriously considering a purchase of an ARM-based chipmaking company in order to provide its products with an edge against its competitors. That rumour has been proven to be true, with Apple confirming its purchase of Intrinsity yesterday. Read on to find out more.
The battle for the smartphone market has reached a new high, and Google’s Android is all set to give Apple’s App Store a run for its money with its massive library of downloadable applications. Read on to find out more.
Looks like shi- has hit the ceiling, cops have raided Jason Chen’s home for evidence with a search warrant being issued by the Judge of Superior Court of San Mateo. For those who are unaware who he is, he is one of the editors in Gizmodo and it all relates to the lost fourth-gen iPhone
It seems that the iPhone “4G” case didn’t end just there. Cops are investigating the case on how the iPhone 4G was lost as it was left on a barstool in Redwood City by an Apple software engineer.
The Cupertino company has recently filed a patent application for a new invention known as “Subtractive Display”, which describes a display making use of the print-oriented CMY colour system instead of RGB. Read on to find out more.
This is perhaps one of the interesting to catch our eye. Android OS on Apple’s iPhone. There is a video, check it out
It seems like the Adobe-Apple spat over Flash for the iPhone has ended in an ugly way, with Adobe ceasing all development of Flash-to-iPhone software to focus its efforts on Google’s Android OS. Read on for more information.