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Google Supplies iOS Developers With Updated Maps SDK

02/22/2013, We think it’s safe to say Google Maps is probably the most popular map tool available these days, especially on iOS due to the the many, many inaccuracies Apple Maps offers to iOS users. Considering how popular Google Maps is on iOS, it’s...

HTC One Syncs From iPhone Backup

02/22/2013, Are you the only one who thinks that the recently introduced HTC One, when flipped over its back, does seem to resemble that of the iPhone 5 from Apple? Perhaps, but assuming you have been an iOS user for a fair number of years now, and in some sort of...

Apple, NYPD Team Up To Retrieve Stolen iOS Devices

02/22/2013, We hear stories of Apple products like the iPhone and iPad being stolen on a somewhat regular basis, and we’re never happy to hear criminals are continually targeting these products, although we could understand why they would want to. If you took...


iOS 6.1.3 Beta Addresses iPhone Passcode Security Exploit

02/21/2013, An exploit was discovered last week which made it possible for anyone to access information on an iPhone running iOS 6.1 equipped with a passcode with very little effort. Days later , Apple announced it would be working on a fix for the exploit to be...

Apple A7 CPU Spotted?

02/18/2013, The iPhone 5 sure as heck is due for an update, and so far initial rumors have pointed to a handset that is aptly known as the iPhone 5S. Of course, we are not ruling out the possibility that we could be looking at an iPhone 6, but history has dictated so...

Apple Plans To Fix iOS 6.1 Passcode Lock Bypass Exploit

02/14/2013, A flaw in the passcode lock in iOS 6.1 was revealed yesterday that allowed anyone to bypass it with very little effort in order to access the owner’s phone application to view voicemails, contact information and place calls. As a result, Apple has...

Apple Proposes Patent To End Blurry iPhone Photos

02/14/2013, Folks who wander around the US Patent Office (USPTO) website have discovered a patent application from Apple that describes a technique used to avoid having blurry photos. Named “Image capturing device having continuous image capture”, the...

Kickstarter iPhone App Launched

02/14/2013, Who would have thought that a website like Kickstarter would end up as the “seed” for projects that were once thought to be impossible? There is nothing quite like a bunch of like-minded people working towards as particular goal in unity, and it is...

New Zealand Frontline Police To Receive iPhones And iPads

02/14/2013, A few years ago, the defacto device of choice for governments and businesses would be Blackberry. However with iOS and Android controlling the majority of the market share these days, the preferences of users have changed, although it is possible that...

Brazilian iPhone Goes Ahead With Release

02/13/2013, We reported earlier this month that Apple has lost its iPhone trademark in Brazil to a company known as Gradiente (aka IGB Eletrônica), as the latter had held the iPhone trademark in that part of the world all the way back in the year 2000, which is a...