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Fake Apple stores ordered to hand over products

09/16/2011, If you thought that fake Apple stores were limited to China, you would be wrong as not too long ago fake stores were discovered in the US. Two such stores in Queens were accused of trademark infringement and in the latest development of the case, they...

Sprint says they can handle the iPhone

09/16/2011, Oddly enough, given how AT&T and Verizon are both currently the official carriers for the iPhone, there are no news or rumors about the iPhone 5 that have been affiliated with them, yet rumors about the iPhone 5 landing on Sprint seem to be aplenty....

Samsung Overtakes Apple in Smartphone Sales [Europe]

09/15/2011, According to IDC, Samsung has surpassed Apple in European smartphone sales by shipping 4.8 Million units, compared to Apple’s 4.6M units. Samsung had a strong momentum before, but clearly, the Samsung Galaxy S2 should get the credit for this (read...

Apple patent suggests use of RFID chip as a “black box”

09/15/2011, The black box of the plane is probably the most crucial piece of equipment should the plane crash. It basically contains all the information and logs about the plane and its equipment right up until the crash, so that when forensics attempt to find out...

Sony unveils two new iOS compatible speaker docks

09/14/2011, Looking for a set of iPhone/iPod speaker docks that’s also compatible with your iPad? Look no further as Sony has announced two new speaker dock systems – the RDP-X500iP and the ICF-CS15iP, both of which are claimed by Sony to work with the iPad.

RingShuffle: Say goodbye to stalkers

09/14/2011, How many times have you given out your number only to wish that you haven’t? It could be to a sales person at the mall, a guy/girl you’ve met at the bar while drunk, or a friend’s friend who later turned out to be weird. It could be any of those...

iPhone controls industrial-size robots

09/14/2011, Don’t you find it amazing that something as small as a brain is smart enough to control a whole body? Well, I guess the same principle can be applied to the world of robots – imagine using the humble iPhone to control a really huge robot...

Line 6 Mobile In turns your phone into a multi-FX pedal

09/13/2011, If you’re a guitarist and you’re tired of lugging around tons of pedals and heavy cabs and heads each time you perform at a different venue, all that might change in the future. Of late we’ve had quite a number of alternatives to using...

Dolphin Browser HD arrives on the iPad

09/12/2011, One of the most popular web browsers available on the Android operating system has finally made its way over to the iPad. Earlier today, MoboTap announced the launch of Dolphin Browser HD for iPad v1.0, which should please fans of the browser who have...

New iHeartRadio app now on iPhone

09/12/2011, Remember we announced that iHeartRadio that was going to undergo a major revamp a couple of months ago? Well, it has officially gone live and Clear Channel has released the app for iOS devices this morning. Using your iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad, you can...

Scout Observer Toolkit supports iPhone

09/11/2011, Being in the military often brings the advantage of playing with some of the cooler devices out there that the average Joe on the street would never have dreamed of. For example, Coolfire Solutions recently introduced their Scout Observer military kit...

Adobe brings Flash to iOS devices

09/09/2011, If there’s one thing for sure that users on other mobile platforms love to taunt iOS users with is iOS’s inability to play Flash. Apples’s rejection of Flash for iOS device is no secret, with Steve Jobs proclaiming that one of the reasons behind the...