Meet, the Scrubba, a portable washing machine, in form of a bag. This wash bag, allows people to do their laundry, on-the-go. The Scrubba is a lightweight, foldable bag that features small nodules to help sc...Read more »
The bitizens bagged the iPhone game of the year!
So you thought Apple would give out its iPhone game of the year to Angry Birds, right? Wrong! Apple U.S. picked Tiny Tower, which was managed by NimbleBit, to receive such recognition.
Though Angry Birds was not on the top, it still managed to steal a spot on the top 10 bestselling iPhone games together with Doodle Jump, Fruit Ninja, Tiny Wings and Cut the Rope.Read the rest of the article »
The ebook version of the 1968 animated musical fantasy film 'The Beatles Yellow Submarine' comes to Apple's iBookstore for free
Here’s an early Christmas treat for Beatles fans. Apple has just released an animated ebook version of the 1968 animated musical fantasy film ‘The Beatles Yellow Submarine’ and they’re giving it away for free.
The colorful illustrated ebook that features an animated fab four in their kaleidoscopic and magical adventures will work on iOS devices such as iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch and will be available exclusively in the iBookstore.Read the rest of the article »
U.S. court denies Apple's request to block sales of Samsung Galaxy devices
“It is not clear that an injunction on Samsung’s accused devices would prevent Apple from being irreparably harmed,” U.S. judge wrote in a decision that came out last Friday, December 2, denying Apple’s appeal for a preliminary injunction against Samsung and from stopping it from selling Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
The two companies have been battling it out in court since April, when Apple Inc filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Samsung for ‘slavishly’ copying and using a number of technologies off its iPad and iPhone.Read the rest of the article »
Know which mobile carriers and handset makers use Carrier IQ 'rootkit'
If Carrier IQ and the controversies surrounding it are starting to bother you, then it might be best to keep an eye out and start learning more about it. It’s only natural if you’re starting to feel a little creeped out for something that could monitor almost every action you perform with your mobile device and comes pre-installed in more than 141 million handsets worldwide.
It wasn’t that long before the news broke out about Carrier IQ, a mobile logging software and the privacy issues that surround it and now people are starting to get alarmed while major companies have already started to keep their hands clean by addressing the issue.Read the rest of the article »
Siri, Can Now Used as a Remote Control by Lazy Couch Potatoes
Siri, iPhone 4S’ trusted personal assistant, can now be used to do numerous everyday tasks, thanks to hackers, who have incorporated the device’s compatibility to different gadgets and found ways to make life easier. It can basically do anything you can imagine, well except for cooking.
Just when you think that Siri can just do amazing stuff like changing the temperature in your house and allowing car owners to utilize your car’s bluetooth integration, a Vimeo user: toddtreece, has taken laziness and ingenuity to a whole new level by taking command of his beloved television set.Read the rest of the article »
Samsung Galaxy S II had surpassed the record of the original Galaxy S as it obtained over 10 million on sales in just five months.
Samsung cracked another milestone on Sunday, and said that the Galaxy S II passed 10 million sales on its first five months on market. This surpasses the original Galaxy S that took seven months to hit the same amount. The largest piece of Galaxy S II sales 3.6 million, was in Samsung’s native South Korea.
Europe is almost as equal in importance and has seen 3.4 million S II units trade hands to date. Southeast Asia outside of Korea was considerably less of a factor at 2.3 million. The goals include very few of North America, as the Galaxy S II only went on sale in Canada through Bell in July and was otherwise limited to unlock full price versions until this month.Read the rest of the article »
The rumor mill is continuously churning, as another report claimed that Tim Cook will reveal the next-gen iPhone on October 4.
According to an insider from AllThingsD, Apple will unveil the iPhone 5 on October 4. The show will be led by Tim Cook, together with Phillip W. Schiller (SVP for Worldwide Product Marketing), Scott Forstall (SVP for iOS Software), and Eddie Cue (SVP for Internet Software and Services.)
However, the devices that will be unveiled on October 4 remains a mystery. New iPods are seem likely to be announced, while others also expects an iPad 3 announcement. But ultimately, many are getting giddy on whether Apple will announce the iPhone 5 or iPhone 4S or both. The iOS 5 is also expected to be officially released on the said date, as it’s already nearing its Gold Master version.
If the October 4 turns out to be true, that would mean an almost immediate release of the next-gen iPhone on October 15. But keep in mind that none of these has been officially confirmed, so take it with a pinch of salt.View Article Source »
Google opened the doors of its new social network, Google+, to the public.
Google+, the new social-networking site from Google, is now open for everyone! “Google Inc. on Tuesday broadened its assault on rival Facebook Inc. by opening its Google+ online social network to the public,” Amir Efrati of The Wall Street Journal wrote in a blog. The social site has been in a trial for the past several months, offering limited invitations to users as it improves its service.
“Google+, which launched in late June and which up till now had only been open by invitation to users, is also putting a heavier emphasis on video, one of its main technology advantages over Facebook. Facebook, which has more than 750 million active monthly users, recently inked a deal with Skype SA t= allow its users to communicate with each other through their computer’s built-in video cameras,” Efrati reported.Read the rest of the article »
9to5Mac noted that Apple will reset its iCloud backup data on the 22nd of this month.
As noted by 9to5Mac, Apple’s developer site posted that the company is planning to reset all iCloud backup data on September 22, 2011.
Apple’s iOS 5 has been undergoing developer testing since its announcement last June. Meanwhile. developers were able to test iCloud for backups and storage during developer betas. The company has provided seven betas, and was previously rumored to release the Golden Master on September 23. The date seems to nicely lineup with the iCloud backup reset.Read the rest of the article »
Apple is the 2nd placer in the world's top 10 most valuable brands.
Based from the study of Brand Finance, Apple now becomes the world’s second most valuable brand, with over $39.3 billion or 33% more than what it has attained during the first half of the year.
The company looks at its cash flow and overall financial metrics to determine the value of the company’s trademarks and properties. The brand that got the top position is Google, which has an IP that’s worth $48.3 billion — and indeed more after the search engine giant acquired another bag of patents from IBM.
According to the research, this would be the first time that the world’s top four most valuable companies are all tech brands. Microsoft moved to the third place with $39 billion, although the as-of-yet launching of Windows 8 might change that number. Big Blue, on the other hand, got the fourth position. Other big companies have also managed to make their way on the top 10 list: Walmart, GE, AT&T, Coca-Cola, and banks such as Wells Fargo and Bank of America.View Article Source »
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