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Apple announced Q1 2014 results with $57.6 Billion revenue

January 28, 2014 |

Apple has just revealed their financial performance for the first quarter of 2014 in a press release, detailing a net revenue of $57.6 Billion.

This represents a record breaking quarter for Apple, and it doesn’t just stop there. Apple … Read More

Google + Samsung Get a Room, Ink Patent Deal. What of Apple?

January 27, 2014 |

In many ways, Google + Samsung are Android. All of the other Android devices and brands are sideshows acts compared to the Google + Samsung. That impression has gotten a good bit stronger now that the two companies have … Read More

Web Password Security: Apple Protects Users Best, Amazon Less So

January 25, 2014 | 4

When it comes to web password security, there are the terrible, terrible passwords people use and then there are the websites that let them. Or, put another way, give people enough rope and many of them will, indeed, hang … Read More

iWatch concept – is this the best one so far?

January 22, 2014 |

Apple’s iWatch is something that has been rumoured almost as long as the Apple TV set, but it’s yet to be released – some say due to difficulties with hardware, whilst others speculate it’s software related. However, that hasn’t … Read More

Apple issued a new trackpad patent to remove the ‘click’

January 21, 2014 |

Apple have been issued a new patent by the U.S Patent and Trademark Office today for a touch pad that removes the clickable aspect of the integrated button and replaces it with force sensors for tactile feedback.

The patent, numbered … Read More

Google Nest? No Thanks, Say Users

January 15, 2014 | 3

Google will acquire Nest for $3.2 billion, but fans of advanced thermostat and smoke detector maker aren’t buying it. In fact, citing privacy and security concerns, some Google Nest users have stopped using the devices and plan to seek … Read More

Big Apple Crime: iPhones Are Easy Pickings

January 13, 2014 |

Fashionable, expensive and, one presumes, easy to sell. While crime, including violent crime, has been falling across the US for years, one category remains stubbornly resilient in New York City, grand larceny. Specifically, the Big Apple crime is increasingly … Read More

New patent suggests iPhone 6 will feature OIS

January 13, 2014 |

According to a new patent filing, Apple could be set to include Optical Image Stabilisation into the new iPhone 6.

Apple’s new patent application called “VCM OIS actuator module” was published to USPTO a few days ago and it … Read More

Scarlett Johansson on Siri: ‘I Feel Betrayed’

January 12, 2014 |

A week ago, Apple’s ubiquitous digital assistant, Siri, was called out for snarking on Scarlett Johansson, who voices the female intelligent agent in the thrice Golden Globe nominated movie, Her. What is appropriate approach to snark? Giving it right … Read More

Apple’s iBeacon opens new door for geo-gaming

January 10, 2014 |

According to a recent interview with The Tap Lab, CEO Dave Biscegila has said that Apple’s new iBeacon technology has the potential to bring a whole new dimension to location based gaming.

Currently, app developers are limited to determining … Read More

Android Is the New Windows

January 9, 2014 | 1

People have been saying “Android is the new Windows” for years now and, every time it gets said, people get shouted down — Android is so totally not the fragmented, ubiquitous, insecure, all-purpose, everywhere, all-the-time operating system that Windows … Read More

Patent Peace in Our Time? Apple vs Samsung Arbitration Set

January 9, 2014 |

Although Apple and Samsung have been suing each other for less then three years, but it feels more like a decade. While Apple seems to be winning, however slowly, it could be years before patent peace is achieved. Now, … Read More

iOS 7.1 Beta 3 released – Here’s what’s changed

January 7, 2014 |

Apple has released iOS 7.1 Beta 3 to developers which included a number of bug fixes, the usual performance enhancements, but also a number of visual changes to the iOS 7 we’ve become accustom to since it’s release a few … Read More

App Store Domination: 15 Billion Reasons Apple Rules

January 7, 2014 | 1

Selling a smartphone is one thing. Getting users to fill that smartphone with purchased apps and games, not to mention movies, music, books and TV shows, is quite another. Although no one disputes that there are more Android smartphones … Read More

CopyTrans Photo Software Review: iOS to PC Photo Management

January 6, 2014 |

CopyTrans Photo is a bit of PC software that makes it simple to manage the two-way transfer of pictures and photo albums between your iOS devices and your PC. It was developed by CopyTrans/WindSolutions. 

Even the most diehard of Apple … Read More