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  • News: Samsung becomes biggest smartphone vendor, as Android's market share grows

    Samsung became the biggest smartphone vendor in the world during the third quarter, and Android's market share has surpassed 50 percent for the first time, market research company Gartner said on Tuesday as it reported on phone sales to end-users.

  • News: Panasonic to sell TV panel factory to new Japan Display venture

    Panasonic said Tuesday it will sell one of its main domestic TV panel factories to a new joint venture focused on producing smaller screens, as Japan's big-name manufacturers continue to seek relief from deep losses in their display businesses.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Lost in the clouds

    It's been a pretty busy day here at Macworld HQ, what with iTunes Match launching and all, and yet, there's still plenty more to chat about. iPhone 4S owners have one last chance to pick up AppleCare+; enterprising developers have tapped into Siri's conversations with Apple's servers; and those mind-controlled Siri commands? Probably all in your imagination. The remainders for Monday, November 14, 2011 are cloudy, try again later.

  • News: Mobile video might make carriers, providers clash

    As mobile video finally starts to take off, making money from it remains a challenge, and content providers and carriers may clash over economics before they find a way to share the costs and benefits.

  • News: iPhone Battery's Bad Rap

    Has iPhone 4S battery life got you down? Stop complaining. The new iPhone is the torchbearer for battery life among smartphones.

  • News: Apple institutes first-gen iPod nano replacement program

    Apple has instituted a replacement program for first-generation iPod nanos, which may contain flawed batteries that could overheat and cause damage. It's the result of an investigation which began three years ago in Japan, after an iPod nano began sparking during the charging process. Subsequent reports included incidents where overheating iPods burned paper and a woven straw mat.

  • News: Apple's iOS remains top draw for devs, but interest in Fire 'remarkable,' says pollster

    Although developer enthusiasm for Apple's iOS is still strong, app programmers are extremely interested in Amazon's Kindle Fire, which goes on sale Tuesday, a new survey from Appcelerator said.

  • News: iPad mini, iPhone 5 with larger screen rumours resurface

    Apple is working on a smaller iPad and plans to increase the screen size of the next iPhone to 4in, according to a report.

  • News: Apple announces first-generation iPod nano Replacement Program

    If you are the owner of a first-generation iPod nano then you should stop using it and order a free replacement, Apple has said.

  • News: New iOS 5.0.1 Glitches: Is Apple Entirely to Blame?

    Are things really as bad as they seem with iOS 5.0.1? The update, released Thursday on a surprisingly quick schedule, primarily addresses battery issues caused by iOS 5--a sore spot for many iPhone 4S owners.

  • News: Faulty iPhone leads to 911 call

    A 48-year-old man from Illinois has been arrested after calling 911 five times to complain about his broken iPhone.

  • News: iOS 5.0.1 'hasn't fixed battery life issue', some users complain

    Some iOS users are claiming that this week's iOS 5.0.1 update hasn't fixed the battery life issues that it was supposed to remedy.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Mind over matter

    One blogger put together pictures of all of Apple's retail stores; Jean-Louis Gassée dishes on why he's glad he didn't end up back at Apple; and the next revolution may be brain-controlled iPhones. The remainders for Friday, November 11, 2011 know exactly what you're thinking.

  • News: Apple continuing to investigate 'a few' iOS battery issues

    While Thursday's iOS 5.0.1 update seems to have addressed the battery issues for many users of iOS 5 devices, Apple hasn't finished its detective work just yet.

  • News: What to do if you find a lost iPhone

    Suppose you find a lost iPhone. Because you are a person of strong moral fiber and good character--you must be, if you are reading Macworld--you want to help the poor, heartbroken multitouch devotee who pines for this misplaced device. So all you have to do is just figure out who owns the phone, get it back to the grateful owner, and feel the warm glow that comes from having done a good deed for the day.

  • News: iPhone 5 rumor roll-up for the week ending Nov. 11

    The iPhone 5 becomes the smartphone equivalent of the Holy Grail, a repository of the iOSsphere's technological hopes and dreams and, best of all, melodrama. This week: shatterproof OLED display, the curse of the iPhone 4S, cursing Samsung and the January surprise.

  • News: Sprint locks iPhone 4S for international roaming

    Sprint confirmed that, starting Friday, all new iPhone 4S models sold for use on its network will initially be carrier-locked to Sprint's designated overseas partners when using the phone outside the United States. After a few months, however, customers in good standing can request an unlock so that they can use cheaper pre-paid micro-SIM cards overseas.

  • News: iOS 5.0.1 update worsens iPhone battery woes, say users

    Apple's iOS 5 update this week did not solve the quick-draining battery issues for many users, according to reports posted on the company's own support forum.

  • News: Apple now selling contract-free iPhone 4S

    If you've been reluctant to chain yourself to a carrier for two years, then good news: As promised, Apple is now selling an unlocked, contract-free version of the iPhone 4S. Keep in mind, it'll cost you a pretty penny.

  • News: New nano-SIM card will result in thinner smartphones

    A new, smaller SIM card, dubbed nano-SIM, will free up room for additional memory and larger batteries, helping phone vendors create thinner devices, German company Giesecke & Devrient said on Friday.



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