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Energizer iSurge Travel Charging Station

08/17/2011, Looking for a surge protector for your devices that will also allow you to charge your iPhone or other USB chargeable devices at the same time? Look no further as Energizer has unveiled their new iSurge Travel Charging Station for the iPod, iPad, iPhone...

Skype WiFi for iOS released

08/17/2011, Skype has just released the iOS of their Skype WiFi, which was previously only available on the computer. For those unfamiliar with that feature of Skype, it basically allows you to hook onto third party WiFi connections that would normally require you to...

Apple to add DisplayPort to new mobile chips for iOS devices?

08/17/2011, There is a possibility that Cupertino might just include DisplayPort connectivity support to new mobile chips that will see action in iOS-powered devices – all thanks to a new job listing that is looking for a signal integrity and power integrity...

Apple patent suggest antenna hidden under the keys

08/17/2011, A couple of days ago we reported that a prototype MacBook Pro that sported a 3G antenna was seen on eBay, and just a few days after that, an Apple patent was released that suggested something similar, albeit improved upon.

Mac OS X Lion receives its first update

08/17/2011, Apple has just released the very first update for OS X Lion, four weeks after the launch of the operating system. The update which bumps Lion OS X up to version 10.7.1 comes in two versions – one for the latest MacBook Air and Mac Mini computers and...

Da Vinci’s “Codex” arrives on iPad

08/16/2011, “The Da Vinci Code” has certainly had its fair share of controversies since it was released – first as a book, followed by the movie. Well, it seems as though those who want to view the manuscripts of Leonardo da Vinci’s Codex...

Photo Stats turns iPhone photos into infographics

08/16/2011, “There’s an app for that” has proved to be one of the more popular taglines when it comes to the iOS platform, and it does seem that way as time passes by. After all, we have apps to monitor your health remotely, or even compose your own...

iRemoco iPhone-controlled helicopter now on sale

08/16/2011, After successfully funding its first batch of iPhone-controlled helicopters, and shipping them out to over 200 backers of its Kickstarter project, the folks over at iRemoco are now making the iRemoco helicopter available to the public. The company has...

Apple OS X Lion USB thumb drive now on sale

08/16/2011, Folks who don’t want to spend precious bandwidth and downloading the update for their Mac computers to OS X Lion – we’ve got some great news for you. The option to purchase a USB thumb drive with Lion OS X is available now. The drawback is...

Amazon makes life easier for students with the Student app

08/15/2011, Great news for those of you who are students – Amazon has announced the launch of its Amazon Student app that will give iPhone and iPod Touch users a convenient and easy way to shop for textbooks, electronics, apparel, bedding and more. Students can...

Evidence in Apple vs Samsung case questioned?

08/15/2011, I am sure that most will be familiar about the news where Apple managed to get an injunction against Samsung in most of the EU, thus preventing the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 from being sold for now. Naturally Samsung was a bit miffed about this, and thanks...

Apple patents driverless printing technique

08/15/2011, Let’s face it, when we get a new computer and we want to hook it up to our printers, it’s usually quite a hassle to look for the drivers, download it, install it. All of that just because we were hoping to print one or two documents. After all,...