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For the first time since 2010, when the Apple iPhone 4 suffered an embarrassing WiFi and Facetime error, Apple will be streaming a conference live online on their website. The conference, which begins at 10 AM PDT (Pacific Daylight Time), or 6 PM BST (British Summer Time), will be streamed … [Read More]

Categories: Apple, Computing, Featured, iOS

Adobe’s Photoshop Touch, a version of the software that is available for tablets and mobile devices, has been updated to support Apple’s retina display. Photoshop Touch 1.3 can be downloaded right now from both the iTunes App Store and Google Play. As mentioned before, in this free update, the whole … [Read More]

Categories: Apple, Featured, iOS, Phones, Software

Apple shares dropped around 5% following the company’s financial results for the last quarter, despite the American electronics giant raking in $8.8 billion in net profit. The Company posted quarterly revenue of $35.0 billion and quarterly net profit of $8.8 billion, or $9.32 per diluted share. These results compare to … [Read More]

Categories: Apple, Computing, Featured, iOS

The universe of smart connected devices, including PCs, media tablets, and smartphones, saw shipments of more than 916 million units and revenues surpassing $489 billion dollars in 2011, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC). These numbers reflect the combined total from IDC’s Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker, Mobile Phone Tracker, … [Read More]

Categories: Apple, Computing, iOS, News, Phones

Apple has finally announced what it will do with the $100 billion cash pile that the company has accumulated due to the successes of the iDevices. The company has today announced plans to initiate a quarterly dividend and share repurchase program commencing later this year, though this is subject to … [Read More]

Categories: Apple, Featured, iOS

Apple is about to hit a major milestone in the number of downloads that the App store has seen since it launched over three years ago. Apple will be hitting 25 billion downloads at some point in the next few weeks, and the company has said that the person who … [Read More]

Categories: Featured, iOS
Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1

In yet another twist in the tale of Apple vs. Samsung, Samsung has lost its latest appeal to overturn the ban on sales of its Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the European Union. This major setback for Samsung comes just days after the good news that its Galaxy Tablet was no … [Read More]

Categories: Apple, Computing, Featured
Apple iPad

Proving yet again that the iPad is force to be reckoned with, a report out today claims that 91% of IT and business professionals worldwide prefer to use their iPads for work-related communication. IDG Connect’s iPad for business survey based on interviews with IT and business professionals across every continent, … [Read More]

Categories: Apple, iOS
Apple iPad

Component manufacturers for Apple’s iPad are reporting a 25% decrease in orders from Apple Inc. The cut in orders is bad news for component suppliers and also means that Apple is cutting it’s forecasted sales in the fourth quarter. The company shipped 17 million units in the last quarter, and … [Read More]

Categories: Apple, Computing, Featured, iOS

So Google paid an insane amount for Motorola this week, and news about the walk away deal was even more surprising. Samsung finally managed to release it’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 in European countries, well most of them, and Google also announced that it will be going to the Amazon.

Here’s … [Read More]

Categories: Recap

Apple is gearing up to release the iPad 3 in 2012, delayed from a late 2011 date which many analysts said would be the release date. Apple is reportedly working with a manufacturer in Asia to start production of the device in October. It may have been a bit optimistic … [Read More]

Categories: Apple, Computing, Featured, iOS

Belkin have announced the Keyboard Folio for iPad 2, all-in-one Bluetooth keyboard and protective folio solution for the iPad 2.

The Keyboard Folio features TruType keys for a comfortable, computer-style typing experience and complements the functionality of the iPad 2 with separate, adjustable modes for viewing and typing.

“People are

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Categories: Apple, Computing, iOS, News

Skype has finally been released for the iPad, despite a few setbacks that occurred earlier today. The app was originally released on the iTunes store, but was quickly pulled by the company for unknown reasons. It’s likely that the developers spotted a bug as soon as the software was released … [Read More]

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