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  • News: Sonar Gauntlets Ping a Way for the Blind

    GPS and Google Maps have been a big help for those of us without a sense of direction, but what if you couldn’t see anything at all? That’s where devices like the Tacit, a wrist-mounted sonar device, come into play.

  • News: Cheaper iPhone 4? Routine for Apple, says analyst

    Talk of a lower-priced iPhone 4 sweeping news outlets and Apple blogs today isn't exactly a shock, an analyst said today.

  • News: Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet Hits the Market

    Lenovo’s business-orientated tablet, the ThinkPad Tablet, is now available for order and should start shipping within a week. The 10-inch Android device, which Lenovo officially announced a little more than a month ago, boasts an impressive mix of consumer and business-friendly features that might please both you and your IT department.

  • News: Qualcomm should buy WebOS, analyst says

    Hewlett-Packard's WebOS is not dead yet, and that could be a good thing for chip maker Qualcomm.

  • News: HP Pre 3 Joins the Fire Sale Bandwagon

    HP's $99 TouchPads are getting harder to find, but another fire sale looms for the HP Pre 3 smartphone -- at least in Europe.

  • News: LogMeIn Ignition for iOS available for half price

    LogMeIn is offering its remote access app, LogMeIn Ignition, for half price for a limited time.

  • News: Skype Buys GroupMe to Take on Google+ Huddles

    Skype announced that it is acquiring GroupMe for an undisclosed sum. Acquiring the young mobile group messaging service expands Skype's arsenal of communication tools and gives Skype (and by extension Microsoft once the purchase of Skype is complete) tools to compete with the Huddle feature of the Google+ mobile app.

  • News: Australian MP accuses Apple of ripping off customers

    Australian MP Ed Husic has demanded an inquiry by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission into price discrimination. While the investigation is geared towards all technology companies in Australia, King specifically mentioned Apple in the Australian parliament.

  • News: iPhone 5 Expected to Have Dual-Mode Capabilities

    The latest iPhone 5 rumors say the next iteration of Apple's smartphone will almost certainly be a CDMA/GSM dual-mode “world phone.” An unidentified iOS device has popped up in the usage logs for at least one popular iOS app sporting identifiers that suggest the device can run on CDMA and GSM networks. The unknown device is running iOS 5 and is believed to be the iPhone 5, according to TechCrunch.

  • News: iFixit's Mac Mini kit lets you add a second hard drive

    iFixit’s teardowns are always a fun read—not just for the sometimes-gory shots of computer innards, but also for the little tidbits discovered along the way. Case in point: The company’s Mac Mini teardown revealed space and a cable port for an additional hard drive. Now, if you have a brand new Mac Mini and are wondering “Why, I’d love to add an additional hard drive to my Mac Mini without paying $750 for a solid-state drive addition or $999 for a Mini with Lion Server,” never fear: iFixit has the $70 kit for you.

  • News: RIM announces three new BlackBerry Curve smartphones

    Research in Motion announced three new BlackBerry Curve smartphones running the latest BlackBerry 7 mobile operating system with its faster Web browsing experience.

  • News: Apple may tap China Mobile's 600M users with iPhone on 2G

    There are signs that Apple may soon allow China Mobile to distribute the iPhone, a deal that could give Apple a bigger share of China's mobile phone market. But Apple faces a tough choice in order to reach such a deal, say analysts: develop an iPhone specifically for China Mobile, which operates a 3G network incompatible with current models of the iPhone, or make iPhone buyers use the carrier's slower 2G network.

  • News: Microsoft readies app submission process for Mango

    Microsoft will release a detailed overview of the Mango app submission process later on Tuesday, the company said in a blog post, as it prepares to release the first major update to Windows Phone 7.

  • News: Recession fears lead Apple to scale down iPhone orders - report

    Sources in the iPhone supply chain of iPhone claim that Apple has scaled down orders for handset parts and components.

  • News: Apple issues iOS 5 beta 6

    Apple has released the sixth beta of the forthcoming mobile operating system, as well as new iTunes, Apple TV Software and iWork for iOS betas

  • News: Apple 'owns' tablet supply chain, others can't compete

    Apple is making it impossible for other tablet manufacturers to do business because it has exclusive rights to the latest and greatest technology breakthroughs. As a result, HP wasn't able to compete with Apple in the tablet market, according to a report.

  • News: 4G LTE code found in iOS 5 beta

    4G LTE test code has been uncovered in recent beta builds of iOS 5

  • News: iOS 5 beta 6 jailbroken

    Just two days after it was issued, hackers have jailbroken the latest beta of iOS 5

  • News: iPhone 5 battery leak

    iPhone parts supplier TVC Mall has posted images of what it claims to be iPhone battery, camera lens, and earphone audio jack flex cable.

  • News: Apple orders key iPad 3 components - report

    Apple has ordered key components such as chips and display panels for the next generation iPad, according to inside sources.



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