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Mac WiFi issues may come from OS X Lion power management

07/19/2012, Every once in a while, we hear about some WiFi issues with Mac OS. This doesn’t seem to affect many people, and we’ve never experienced it ourselves, but for those who do, they lose their Internet connection for no apparent reason. This can be...

ChargeCard – a portable charger for your iPhone

07/19/2012, Earlier today we wrote about the POP – a portable charger that lets you charge up to 10 iPhones on a single charge. While it is useful, it’s not exactly something that you can bring with you everywhere you go. What if you wanted something more...

Ptch is a new social network for slideshows

07/19/2012, As if there weren’t enough social media platforms for sharing content with your friends or “followers” already, we’ve got one more to add to the pile. This one is called Ptch and stands out for a number of reasons – it is...

Sprint won’t charge extra for FaceTime over 3G

07/19/2012, Over the past few days there has been some commotion over the possibility of carriers charging its customers for using FaceTime over 3G. AT&T was rumored to be implementing such a plan while Verizon claimed that it was too early to talk about it....

iPad prototype spotted, looked positively fat

07/18/2012, In life, there are many things to be thankful of, and I am quite sure that when you take a look at the above picture, you too, would thank your lucky stars that Apple went ahead and slimmed down the Original iPad prototype a whole lot to what you see and...

Evernote for Mac updated with Retina support and Activity Stream

07/18/2012, Popular notetaking app Evernote introduced the Activity Stream to the Windows platform last month. Today, the same feature has been added to the Evernote app for Mac. If you’ve seen the feature on a Windows PC, the Activity Stream is actually a...

Apple ordered to announce: Samsung didn’t copy the iPad

07/18/2012, In a surprising twist of events, it looks like Apple hasn’t won one of its many lawsuits against Samsung. In fact, it’s been being punished instead. According to reports online, Apple has been ordered by a judge to post a notice on its website...

Verizon: too early to discuss FaceTime charges over 3G

07/18/2012, One of the most anticipated features of Apple’s upcoming iOS 6 would be the ability to FaceTime over 3G – without having to jailbreak your iOS device. However, it looks like it might not be something that everybody in the US will want to do,...

Photographs of early iPad prototype spotted

07/18/2012, If you’ve ever wanted to know what the iPad looked like before it was released back in 2010, we’ve got the answer right here for you. The folks over at Network World recently did some digging through some Apple/Samsung court filings and...

Case makers allude to 4-inch display on new iPhone

07/18/2012, Being an accessory manufacturer for the iPhone can be quite a lucrative position to be in, but only if you hit it big among the owners of Apple’s iPhone, of course. Well, it seems that third party protective iPhone case manufacturers are clearly going...

Google Chrome sits pretty at 1.5% of iOS browser market

07/18/2012, The iOS browser market can be said to be a relatively competitive arena if you are a software developer, and Google would be pleased to hear that their Chrome effort has now garnered 1.5% of the browser market for the iOS platform – at least this is...

Apple purchases more land in Austin, Texas

07/18/2012, Apple is famous for their huge campus, and this time around, we have word that they have just purchases huge tracts of land in Austin, Texas. This would place the Cupertino-based company in good stead towards fulfilling their promise of offering up to...

U.S. Judge rejects redaction requests filed by Apple and Samsung

07/17/2012, U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has rejected requests made by tech giants Apple and Samsung to keep some of the documents confidential and out of public view as they push through with the patent wars. Earlier today, Judge Koh issued the order saying,...