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Razer brings plethora of gaming peripherals to the Mac

07/05/2011, When it comes to gaming on the computer, the PC beats the Mac hands down in terms of choices, so it is no surprise to see that gaming peripherals for the PC far outnumber those for the Mac platform, but that does not mean companies like Razer have left...

Suppliers to ship 5 million iPad 2 touch sensors this month

07/05/2011, Since the iPad 2′s launch earlier this year, it looks consumer demand for the iOS tablet hasn’t been slowing down at all. Facing shortages earlier this year, and then recovering – Apple isn’t going to let that happen again. The company...

Pegatron received 15 million iPhone 5 orders

07/05/2011, Notebook maker Pegatron Technology, hailing from Taiwan, has been said to have received 15 million iPhone 5 orders from Apple, where these new handsets will be shipping sometime in September 2011 onwards. That’s the 10th anniversary of 9/11, and to...

Smart Armor protects the iPad 2 with style

07/05/2011, Despite being extremely versatile, one of the caveats of using the Smart Cover for the iPad 2 is its incompatibility with a number of cases for the iPad 2. Most of the time it was either a choice of keeping your iPad 2 shielded from behind or in front but...

Samsung drops countersuit against Apple

07/04/2011, Round one seems to be over as Samsung is reported to have dropped one of its patent-infringement lawsuits against Apple, but there will be other rounds to go since Samsung has taken this time to regroup and focus on its defense – at least this is...

iPhone 4 Prototype For Sale On eBay

07/04/2011, Are you a fan of all things Apple? Perhaps you just like to collect pieces of history, in which case the prototype iPhone 4 is indeed a piece of history you might be interested in collecting. We all remember the drama of the iPhone 4 last year when...

New York Times now offers in-app subscriptions for the iPad

07/01/2011, It looks Apple is winning the war against publishers who don’t agree with Apple’s policy of giving the company 30% of every in-app sale it makes. The New York Times, one of the companies that held out against Apple’s strict policy has made a last...

Mac OS X Lion: now Golden Master status

07/01/2011, If you’re excited about getting your hands on the next version of the Mac OS X operating system, Lion, you’ll be glad to know that it’s not too far away. Apple has been reported to have started seeding the Golden Master version of the operating...

Wooden iPad speaker dock doesn’t use batteries

06/30/2011, Going green is a pretty big trend nowadays and it sure seems like iDevice speaker docks are some of the more popular accessories around. We’ve covered a number of them in the past, including a bamboo speaker dock, well now we’ve got one more...

Apple’s iPad Helps A 9 Year Old Girl With Eyesight Problems

06/30/2011, Melbourne schoolgirl Holly Bligh, aged 9, has albinism which is a genetic condition that affects not only the pigment in her skin, hair and eyes, but also her vision. Normally for Holly to read, she would require a hefty magnifying glass, and work sheets...

Samsung wants to ban Apple product sales in the US

06/30/2011, Samsung Electronics recently filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission (ITC) as they seek a ban on the sale of key Apple products in the US. In a nutshell, the South Korean consumer electronics giant intends to prevent the iPhone, iPad...

appFlash turns HTML5 apps into native iOS apps

06/30/2011, Remember Google Swiffy; the online tool that converts Flash files into HTML5? Well, the folks at appMobi have decided to take things a step further – by giving you the ability to convert those HTML5 into native iOS apps. Called appFlash, it is targeted...