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iPad used by voiceless comedian to tell jokes

02/17/2012, If there’s one thing that Apple forgot to put in its iPad commercials, it’s the ability to help stand up comedians tell jokes. We’ve all seen the iPad being used to entertain before – from magic tricks, to playing music, and now...

Apple’s Messages beta drops high resolution Macs

02/17/2012, Will there, or will there not be a high resolution Mac down the road that sports Retina Displays? That is a question that has gone begging for some time already, and today, we caught a whiff of such a possibility yet again. It seems that the most recent...

Messages to be exclusive to OS X Mountain Lion

02/17/2012, Just yesterday we reported that Apple surprised us all with the release of the developer preview for their next-generation operating system, OS X Mountain Lion. Some of the features of Mountain Lion seems to indicate that Apple is indeed looking to...

OS X Mountain Lion dropping support for older Intel-based Macs

02/17/2012, Naturally as operating systems advance, older computer models will slowly stop being able to support them due to their hardware not being sufficient enough. Such was the case with OS X Leopard back in 2007 where Macs with processors slower than 867MHz...

Proview might sue Apple in the US over trademark dispute

02/17/2012, While the Apple vs Android patent war is still ongoing, it seems to have been overshadowed these days by the trademark battle between Apple and Chinese company, Proview Technology over the iPad trademark. At the moment the lawsuit is taking place in...

Apple wins injunction against Motorola phones

02/16/2012, Apple has notched up yet another victory in Germany’s courtrooms, having picked up a possible permanent injunction against Motorola smartphones that rely on a ‘slide-to-unlock’ patent. This particular decision targets a couple of Motorola...

iPhone is a beer bottle opener, too

02/16/2012, “There’s an app for that…” or so the saying goes for iPhone owners. Well, when it comes to opening up a beer bottle like a boss, you can either use your teeth, a bottle opener, or your…iPhone?! Did I just say that? Yes sir,...

Apple changes app privacy policy

02/16/2012, Apple recently mentioned that any application that wants to access user contact data will need explicit user approval, just to avoid any potential (and perhaps even expensive) pitfalls down the road. It seems that social network service Path as well as...

Mac OS X Mountain Lion developer preview now available

02/16/2012, Were you worried that Apple might run out of names for their Mac OS X platform? Well the Cupertino company did not disappoint as they have just announced the release of the first developer preview of the company’s next-generation operating system, Mac...

iPads seized by Chinese authorities

02/16/2012, Proview and Apple are at loggerheads in China over a trademark dispute between the two, where the latter actually sought the court of law in China to ban the export of Apple’s iPads from the country simply because they hold the trademark for...

Hookflash lets you keep in touch with your LinkedIn contacts

02/15/2012, If you use LinkedIn a lot and wish there was an easier way to keep in touch with all your connections, you’re in luck. Hookflash, an upcoming app for the iPad is designed to do just that. Functioning like an instant messaging client like Skype,...

AQUA TEK S is one rugged iPhone 4/4S case

02/15/2012, Snow Lizard Products has recently announced the introduction of a new, multi-purpose iPhone case that should suit folks who lead rugged lifestyles. Called the AQUA TEK S, this iPhone 4/4S case aims to keep the smartphone safe from drops, falls, and...

Apple reportedly disabling Siri on unauthorized devices

02/15/2012, When the iPhone 4S and Siri were announced, there was a flurry of activity amongst hackers and developers who were curious to see if they could port Siri onto non-iPhone 4S devices. While they have managed to do that, the process involved is a rather long...