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Acer, Asustek and Lenovo looking to copy MacBook Air design

12/20/2010, Apple’s MacBook Air notebooks have been very popular for folks who crave portability and now notebook brands such as Acer, Asustek and Lenovo are reportedly set to follow suit and launch 13.3- to 14-inch notebooks that feature ultra-thin designs and...

World’s biggest iPhone cheated its way there

12/20/2010, Who is the manufacturer behind the world’s biggest iPhone? Well, we won’t be surprised to hear that it is Apple, but wait a minute – isn’t the iPhone something small that can fit into your pocket? Well, not in this case, as the...

Foursquare for iOS now supports photos

12/20/2010, As expected, Foursquare has updated its iPhone app, adding in photo support. With the latest version, members are now able to snap photos associated with a check-in either to enhance the post or to help friends better identify the location. Friends will...

Best Buy offering free Verizon, AT&T or Sprint MiFis on contract

12/20/2010, If you were thinking of purchasing a new iPad and MiFi to help you get online, you might want to check out a promotional flyer from Best Buy that is making rounds on the Internet at the moment. According to the flyer, the company is offering Apple’s...

News Corp iPad Daily News App Coming January with 3D

12/17/2010, News Corp’s The Daily iPad news periodical app, which is destined for a weekly subscription cost of $0.99, will be headed to the iPad on January 17th according to All Things D, another News Corp publication. The app will utilize a lot of videos and...

Word Lens is an Augmented Reality Translator for Your iPhone

12/17/2010, Word Lens, an app available now for the iPhone for $4.99, is a language translator that combines the best of translation and augmented reality. Using a visual search style engine, all you have to do is point your camera to the text, sign, or phrase that...

Official Polaroid App For iOS Arrives

12/17/2010, We knew that Polaroid would be making a comeback of sorts, but who knew that an iOS app would arrive before an actual camera? Polaroid has teamed up with Lol Software to release the official Polaroid app for the iPhone and iPod touch, offering users the...

iPhone 5 (clone) spotted

12/17/2010, The iPhone 4 was released just this year, and it goes without saying that there is an iPhone 5 in the works. Unfortunately for Apple, it isn’t the fruity company themselves who have come up with this next iteration but rather, a Chinese manufacturer...

Skyfire Browser For iPad On The Way, Flash Videos Anyone?

12/17/2010, Getting Flash on Apple’s iPad is always something of a touchy subject, depending on which side of the camp that you’re on. If you’ve been yearning for access to Flash videos on your iPad’s fancy display, the good news is that the...

Word Lens App Translates Words Inside Images

12/17/2010, There’s no doubt that technology is bringing the world together and now a new iPhone app, Word Lens, is bringing down some language barriers. Instead of having to search for language translations online, this app uses the magic of augmented reality...

New Sharp LCD To Focus On The iPhone?

12/16/2010, iPhone rumors seem to be going around every day and after rumors surfaced that Toshiba was building a plant to supply LCD displays to Apple, whispers are that Sharp is spending about $1.2 billion on an LCD factory that will also primarily serve Apple. If...

Tango Video Calling Updated To Support The iPod touch

12/16/2010, We previously brought your attention to Tango, a service that allowed users to make free video calls with friends over a 3G or Wi-Fi connection on devices such as the iPhone or Android devices. If you happen to own a 4th generation iPod touch and have...

Apple’s patent for an Improved Laminate Composite granted

12/16/2010, Recently, one of Apple’s patents, an Improved Laminate Composite has just been approved – delivering what would be a lighter and stronger material for the iPad and future devices. This might just lead to carbon fiber products from the fruity...