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By Will765 On 16 Sep, 2014 At 01:36 PM | Categorized As News | With 0 Comments
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This upcoming Dell tablet has a little bit of an odd name, but it’s a very interesting new offering. It’s OLED screen is 8.4″, and has a resolution of 2560 x 1600. Powered by an Intel Z3500 cpu, 2GB ram, and 16GB storage, it looks to be a strong entry in the onslaught of Intel [...]


By ju83 On 6 Dec, 2012 At 12:38 PM | Categorized As News | With 0 Comments
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We can all thank Steve Jobs for, lacking  a better phrase, revolutionizing the smartphone industry. Before Apple’s inaugural iPhone, we had the likes of barely email and internet capable smartphones like the Moto Q, Black Berry , Palm Treo and Nokia E62, smartphones that in today’s world are not considered very smart and even for [...]


By Macktion On 20 Sep, 2012 At 08:36 PM | Categorized As News | With 2 Comments
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Editorial by Andrew McAffee: Steve Jobs and Eli Whitney are not often seen as similar figures in history.  Perhaps this is because there is too much historical distance between us and Mr. Whitney, and not yet enough between us and Mr. Jobs.  However, I contend that in due time, we may see them as being [...]


By Will765 On 4 Sep, 2012 At 11:52 AM | Categorized As News | With 0 Comments
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The Antisec hacking group released one million UDID’s, which are the unique string of numbers that individually identifies each iOS device. These were previously used by developers to track their app installations across Apple’s user base. In total, Antisec claims to have over 12 million of the UDIDs.  How were these obtained?  From the post [...]


By Will765 On 6 Feb, 2012 At 12:30 PM | Categorized As News | With 0 Comments
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In the seemingly never-ending lawsuit battles between various electronics firms, the latest twist comes in for a win, and then a kind of loss, by Motorola Mobility.  A German court has ruled that Apple has infringed on  Motorola’s patent for a “method for performing a countdown function during a mobile-originated transfer for a packet radio [...]


By Will765 On 17 Jan, 2012 At 12:20 PM | Categorized As News | With 2 Comments
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Cofounder of Apple, Steve Wozniak, recently did an interview with The Daily Beast.  In it, he spoke about iPhones in comparison to android phones.  Surprisingly, he admitted that he believes android phones are ahead of iPhones in some ways.  “My primary phone is the iPhone,” Mr. Wozniak said. “I love the beauty of it. But I wish [...]


By Will765 On 9 Dec, 2011 At 12:28 PM | Categorized As News | With 0 Comments
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It sometimes seems Apple must employ nearly as many lawyers as it does developers, with all the ongoing litigation it’s involved in. Some interesting developments have taken place over the past week or so, with the most intriguing being the trademark battle with Proview Technology. It all started when the China based company was going [...]


By Will765 On 2 Dec, 2011 At 01:24 PM | Categorized As News | With 0 Comments
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While Carrier IQ(CIQ) may have hoped that the recent uproar regarding it’s software would start disappearing from the news, the opposite is happening.  Senator Al Franken, chairman of the Senate subcommittee on privacy, technology, and law, has written a letter to CIQ asking the company to clarify what types of data its software captured and what [...]


By Will765 On 23 Sep, 2011 At 12:52 PM | Categorized As News | With 2 Comments
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Teamviewer is a neat app that allows complete access to your PC, Mac or Linux computer from a phone or tablet. You first need to install it on your PC- go to the website here- http://www.teamviewer.com/en/download/index.aspx for the download. Once you install the program on your pc, the next step is to get the mobile [...]


By Will765 On 15 Sep, 2011 At 02:33 PM | Categorized As News | With 0 Comments
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The first version of what was to become iOS was released in June, 2007 along with the first iPhone. Originally called iPhone OS, it was changed to iOS in June of 2010, with the ability to run on iPhones, iPod touch, and iPads. With version 4.1, support for Apple TV’s second generation media receiver was [...]