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4 years ago

Apple claims Motorola used FRAND patents to try an extort cross-licensing deal

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Apple claims Motorola used FRAND patents to try an extort cross-licensing deal

According to some EU court documents, Motorola and Apple had talked about hashing out a licensing deal in late 2011. Given their rough and ongoing patent battles, it's no surprise to hear Apple claim in the documents that their "refusal to accede to this demand led Motorola Mobility to sue Apple in an attempt to exclude Apple’s products from the market.”

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4 years ago

84% of businesses buying tablets are are getting iPads

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84% of businesses buying tablets are are getting iPads

ChangeWave recently surveyed 1,604 IT personnel with buying power in their company, and of those planning on getting tablets in the next quarter, 84% are siding with the iPad.

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4 years ago

Better focus and exposure, photo management, and app integration comes to Camera+ 3.0

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Better focus and exposure, photo management, and app integration comes to Camera+ 3.0

Camera+ has received a significant update that includes the ability to lock focus and exposure, mulit-photo imports, improved social sharing, app integration API's, and more.

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4 years ago

New iPad vs BlackBerry PlayBook vs Amazon Kindle Fire: Which should you get?

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New iPad vs BlackBerry PlayBook vs Amazon Kindle Fire: Which should you get?

With the new iPad around the corner, there are lots of people wondering if now is the time to jump into the wonderful world of tablets. Of course, the new iPad will be the first one many first timers will look at. Many savvy shoppers, however, will also take a look at the alternatives before taking the plunge. That's especially true of low-cost alternatives like the BlackBerry PlayBook, Amazon Kindle Fire, and smattering of other bargain bin Android tablets (like the $100 ZTE Optik). The question is simple: how much are you willing to spend, and what value can you get for your money?

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4 years ago

The new iPad has 1 GB of RAM and a 1 GHz processor

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The new iPad has 1 GB of RAM and a 1 GHz processor

Some early benchmarks of the new iPad show that though there's been a bump in RAM up to 1 GB (from 512 MB in the iPad 2), the processor maintains the same 1 GHz clock speed.

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4 years ago

DODOCase lets new iPad cases fly

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DODOCase lets new iPad cases fly

DODOCase has just announced 3 new lines of cases for the new iPad. Famous for the old world craftsmanship and charm they bring to the newest of the new gadgets, DODOCase is not only bringing their signature, classic case but two completely new cases to the new iPad.

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4 years ago

The new iPad gets unboxed in Vietnam

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The new iPad gets unboxed in Vietnam

The new iPad is officially launching this Friday, but as is becoming more common these days, sources in Asia have managed to get their hands on Apple's 3rd generation tablet a few days early and put it through the perfunctory unboxing.

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4 years ago

Class action suit claims Siri does not work as advertised

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Class action suit claims Siri does not work as advertised

A class action suit has been raised against Apple claiming Siri does not appear to work as advertised. Siri was launched as a key feature of the latest iPhone 4S however it has always carried the tag of beta software.

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4 years ago

Incipio Stowaway case for iPhone review

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Incipio Stowaway case for iPhone review

A card compartment that doubles as a stand makes the the Incipio Stowaway a convenient travel case for your iPhone.

When I first saw the Incipio Stowaway case for iPhone I thought it was ingenious. Sometimes I'm out traveling or just shopping and don't want to carry my whole bag with me, so the idea of just having a place to store a few credit cards, IDs, and or some cash is very appealing. Whether you're a lady with a purse or a guy with a wallet, you know what I mean. Sometimes less is just less!

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4 years ago

Mass Effect: Infiltrator review: play on your iPhone, win on your Xbox

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Mass Effect: Infiltrator review: play on your iPhone, win on your Xbox

Run, sneak, and blast your way to intergalactic victory in Mass Effect 3 by playing its little brother on iPhone and iPad.

Mass Effect: Infiltrator launched on iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad last week to accompany the highly-anticipated Mass Effect 3 game on PC and consoles. At its core, Infiltrator is a classic duck-and-cover third-person shooter, with the usual Mass Effect twist of biotic powers, which are incredible, seemingly-magical abilities.

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4 years ago

Create beautiful, unique photo collages with Fuzel for iPhone

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Create beautiful, unique photo collages with Fuzel for iPhone

There's a plethora of photo collage apps in the App Store, but Fuzel is one of the best one's I've ever come across. One of its defining features is that you can design your own layouts by placing the separators precisely where you want. It also has a gorgeous design.

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4 years ago

Beatable

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Beatable

Following its introduction last week, the idea that the new iPad was "unbeatable" began to get a lot of attention, primarily due to an article with that very title. Indeed, when seeing a product like the new iPad, it's easy to get swept away -- there's just so much technology wrapped in so beautiful a package for such an unbelievable price that it's almost impossible not to. I get that. But it's not true.

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4 years ago

HBO and studios working out deals to allow iTunes Movies in the Cloud

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HBO and studios working out deals to allow iTunes Movies in the Cloud

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4 years ago

Steve Jobs tried to land Apple TV deal with CBS, Les Moonves declined

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Steve Jobs tried to land Apple TV deal with CBS, Les Moonves declined

CBS CEO Leslie Moonves mentioned in an interview recently that Steve Jobs had approached him about syndicating television content on Apple TV. Jobs pitched the partnership as a subscription service, but there aren't many details beyond that. Moonves shot down Jobs, citing concerns about disrupting the traditional CBS revenue stream. Specifically, Moonves said "You know more than me about 99 percent of things but I know more about the television business."

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