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Malicious app on App Store pulled

11/09/2011, Apple is famous for their closed ecosystem, and this is a double edged sword really. As with just about anything in life, there is always a good and bad side to it, and the presence of iOS devices as well as Android-powered tablets and phones prove that...

Vooma Peel PG92 brings dual-SIM capabilities to your iPhone

11/09/2011, Are you looking to add dual-SIM capabilities to your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S? Well now you can, thanks to Vooma’s Peel PG92 case, which while isn’t the first dual-SIM case for the iPhone in the market, it certainly is one of the more nicely designed...

Apple confirms that Siri is not arriving on older iOS devices

11/09/2011, After all the promising news of how well Siri works on non-iPhone 4S devices (i.e. the iPhone 4 and even the 3GS), and rumors about Apple secretly testing Siri with its own employees – it looks like it all those hopes will have to come crashing down. An...

JBL OnBeat Air now available

11/08/2011, Remember the JBL OnBeat speaker dock introduced earlier this year? Well, JBL has now decided to launch a successor to the speaker dock. Called the JBL OnBeat Air, it does everything the previous OnBeat does, and a little more. In addition to charging your...

iOS 5.0.1 beta now being seeded to selected users

11/08/2011, As we all know, the beta version of iOS 5.0.1 has been seeded to developers about a week ago, and now it looks like they’re getting non-developers to test the update as well – 9to5Mac.com has reported that they’ve received invitations to test...

Apple might give China Mobile’s TD-SCDMA iPhone a pass

11/08/2011, China Unicom has been Apple’s official carrier for the iPhone in China, but China’s largest carrier, China Mobile, has expressed interest in getting the iPhone onto their network as well. Previous rumors have suggested that Apple was beta testing a...

TC Electronic TonePrint guitar pedals now work with an app

11/08/2011, Earlier this year, TC Electronic released a set of TonePrint guitar pedals that could be customized with downloadable custom-made sounds that were created by some of the best guitarists in the world. All users had to do was download the sounds from the...

China Unicom looking to bring in iPhone 4S by end of the year

11/08/2011, Residents in China who have been waiting for the iPhone 4S to land on their shores will be glad to hear that China Unicom is looking to get their hands on the iPhone 4S before the year is out. At the moment the carrier is waiting for the network access...

iPads used for voting in Oregon

11/08/2011, So the iPad can be used for gaming, it can be used for movies and music, it can be used for medical purposes and it can be used for education, but now it looks like the residents of Oregon will be able to cast their votes for a special election, to...

Siri runs on the iPhone 3GS as well

11/07/2011, Earlier this morning, we did talk about rumors of Siri for the iPhone 4 being tested by the good people over at Apple. Well, here is more interesting news for you who are really interested in just about where else Siri is going to make an appearance...

Be wary of iPhone security flaw

11/07/2011, Apple is famous for their closed ecosystem, which is one of the main reasons as to why most of their devices such as the iPhone and iPad have remained more or less free from malware and virus attacks – as all apps are vetted carefully before gaining...

Belkin LiveAction camera remote heads for the iPhone

11/07/2011, One would think that Belkin tends to roll out accessories for devices associated with Apple, and that line of thinking is definitely not wrong with the latest gizmo to hit the FCC. Known as the Belkin LiveAction camera, this particular peripheral is...