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Steve Jobs’s Yacht Impounded In The Port Of Amsterdam

12/21/2012, One of the last projects Steve Jobs worked on before his passing was an 80-meter yacht that was co-designed by renowned designer Philippe Starck. Steve Jobs somehow knew that he will never live to see the completion of the yacht. The yacht, dubbed as...

Apple Sends Portable Charger Project To Its Death

12/20/2012, It seems that Apple has refused to license the rights to its Lightning connector so that it can see action in a portable charging station, and so this portable charging station (a Kickstarter project) would mean an early death even before it is able to be...

iOS 6.0.2 Causing iPhone 5, iPad Mini Battery To Rapidly Drain

12/20/2012, Apple released an update to iOS 6 geared directly towards the iPhone 5 and iPad Mini as both devices seem to have had issues with their Wi-Fi, or at least enough users reported an issue to warrant Apple release an update. But it seems just two days later,...

Tumblr Updates iOS App To Support iPad

12/20/2012, Sorry, Android tablet users. Your time with an exclusive Tumblr app supporting your tablet device is now over as iPad owners now have the support they’ve been desperately looking for for months now. The new Tumblr app has full support for the iPad,...

WhatsApp for iOS now free for a limited time

12/20/2012, iOS is currently the only platform on which WhatsApp is being offered at $0.99 as a onetime payment upfront. WhatsApp for other platforms such as Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone can be downloaded for free, but users are expected to pay $0.99 after...

Final Fantasy IV makes its way onto iOS devices for $15.99

12/20/2012, Some of you guys might have heard that Final Fantasy IV would be making its way onto iOS, and sure enough it did. The game has since been released by Square Enix and has made its way onto the iTunes App Store. This is basically a retreatment of the 2008...

Snappgrip for iPhone adds a camera grip to your smartphone

12/20/2012, While our smartphones are no doubt more than capable of replacing the regular point and shoot cameras, one of the drawbacks is that sometimes our devices are so thin that getting a good grip on it might be tricky. This isn’t really an issue if you just...