Archive for May 2011
As rumors swirl of an upcoming image service from Twitter, a new report alleges that Apple will participate as a major launch partner with system-wide support in iOS 5.
Sprint has filed a formal petition with the Federal Communications Commission protesting AT&T’s $ 39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA, accusing the carrier of wasting its spectrum and taking a shortcut by purchasing T-Mobile.
Lodsys filed a patent infringement lawsuit on Tuesday against several iOS developers, making good on its threat to pursue legal action over the use of technology related to in-app purchasing.Related Posts:
Apple iPad 2 64GB, Wi-Fi + 3G (Unlocked), 9.7in - Black (MC959LL/A) $360.00 (49 Bids)End Date: Wednesday May-22-2013 7:58:22 PDTBid now | Add to watch list Apple iPad 3rd Generation 16GB, Wi-Fi + 4G UNLOCKED (Verizon), 9.7in - Black $349.99End Date: Friday May-31-2013 0:13:18 PDTBuy It Now for only: $349.99Buy It Now | Add to watch list Apple iPad 1st Generation 16GB, Wi-Fi + 3G, 9.7in - Black (MC349LL/A) (1A) $219.95End Date: Friday May-24-2013 14:01:00 PDTBuy It Now for only: $219.95Buy It Now | Add to watch listRelated Posts:
Apple Iphone 4 Digitizer + LCD Assembly + 7 Piece Tool Kit + Exclusive Zeetron Microfiber Cloth (9 Piece Kit)
- Repair your iphone 4 using this assembly
- 7 piece tool kit
- Exclusive Zeetron microfiber cloth
This will repair your iphone 4 cracked glass, lcd, speaker, home button, proximity sensor, and frame. This is the only item that will work. You can not repair just the lcd or digitizer, because they are connected.
List Price: $ 179.99
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A new story offers a look at how employees of the U.S. government are making major tech changes, trading BlackBerries for iPhones, and laptops for Apple’s iPad.
Apple announced on Tuesday that in less than a week, Chief Executive Steve Jobs will return to the stage, along with a team of company executives, to present Mac OS X 10.7 Lion and iOS 5 — and to introduce its new iCloud service.
Intel has unveiled design guidelines for a new category of thin-and-light laptops, dubbed “Ultrabooks,” that take cues from Apple’s iPad and MacBook Air.Related Posts:
In addition to the iCloud reveal, Apple announced today that iWork is now available for the iPhone and iPod touch. It’s the same cost as the iPad apps — US$ 9.99 per app — and the apps are a free update for anyone who already owns the iPad version of Keynote, Pages and Numbers.
We will be doing full reviews on how these apps work on the smaller iPhone format later this week.
iWork now available for iPhone, iPod Touch originally appeared on TUAW on Tue, 31 May 2011 12:18:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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Apple has initiated a case replacement program for MacBooks shipped between October 2009 and April 2011 to resolve an issue where the rubber separates from the bottom of the case.
A new rumor pegs a late July to early August release timeframe for Apple’s anticipated fifth-generation iPhone, said to include an 8-megapixel camera and a SIM-less design that will not be a major departure from the current iPhone 4 design.
Newly surfaced details from a developer build of Mac OS X 10.6.8 provide more evidence that Apple plans to release Mac OS X 10.7 Lion through the Mac App Store.Related Posts:
Camera-equipped Macs can be an endless source of amusement for kids and big kids alike. Whether it’s recording stupid faces in Photo Booth or playing with one of the myriad of fun little camera-based apps, being silly on camera is just plain fun.
Kaleidoscope Camera is a simple little US$ 0.99 app that’ll keep the kids amused for a little while longer. It produces a beautiful kaleidoscope effect using your built-in iSight or FaceTime HD camera and allows you to record the results to standard definition MOV files.
There are no settings. Simply fire up the app and watch as your motion creates some quick and colorful imagery. It’d be nice to have some sort of control over the angle of the virtual mirrors to allow you to adjust the pattern created, but alas, no such luck.
For $ 0.99 Kaleidoscope Camera is a fun, uncomplicated toy. If you’re stuck for things to do and bored on a rainy afternoon, check it out on the Mac App Store, or hit the break to see what I made with it in about 30 seconds.
If you’ve got any family favorites for keeping the kids amused using your Mac’s camera, help us and your fellow readers out and post them down in the comments.
Continue reading TUAW’s Daily Mac App: Kaleidoscope Camera
TUAW’s Daily Mac App: Kaleidoscope Camera originally appeared on TUAW on Mon, 30 May 2011 15:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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How to Have an Awesome iPad Strategy Got an iPad strategy for your brand? If not, you should, since 24 million consumers will have tablets this year. But should you charge for your app? Should you create for all types of tablets? How can you best use… Read more on ABC News
E-book report: Nook is up, iPad still catching up NEW YORK — As the publishing industry wrapped up four days of digital talk at its annual national convention, Amazon.com’s Kindle was seen as the clear, if not dominant, player in the growing e-market; Barnes & Noble’s Nook was considered a pleasant surprise and Apple’s iPad an underachiever. Read more on The News-Herald
TECHNOLOGY: Content-Focused Ipad Apps Value Form over Function A report released by the Nielsen Norman Group shows that many iPad apps are confusing users by being too subtle about the gestures needed to navigate them, and some are not sensitive enough to the accuracy limit of fingertips. The authors also found that many companies with perfectly functional websites are wasting their time making a less-functional iPad app… Read more on All About JazzRelated Posts:
With Apple’s iPhone now significantly outperforming Research in Motion’s BlackBerry line and the company struggling to respond, some investors have called for a change in leadership at the Canadian smartphone maker.
Led by devices like the iPhone and iPad, ARM Holdings expects its reference chip designs to be found in 50 percent of mobile devices sold by the year 2015.
The head of Samsung’s mobile communications business has said in a new interview that he isn’t concerned with legal ramifications from Apple’s assertion that Samsung copied the “look and feel” of devices like the iPhone and iPad.Related Posts: