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Phocus iPhone case lets you attach DSLR lenses to it

07/16/2012, We’ve seen iPhone cases that comes with additional lenses that can be attached to it. This allows photographers to add lenses such as zoom, macro and wide-angle to their iPhone, allowing for a different level of photography. Unfortunately for the most...

Apple’s MacBook Air reportedly eating into the sales of Ultrabooks

07/16/2012, The Ultrabook standard is a new standard that Intel is trying to introduce to the mobile computing world, but it looks like Apple’s MacBook Air is doing well enough for itself that it could be hindering the sales of Ultrabooks from other manufacturers....

iPad mini to release before 2012 is over, to retail for under $500

07/15/2012, There were prior reports that hail from The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg, where both parties have claimed that Apple was already developing the highly rumored iPad mini, where it is also expected to launch before the year is over. The New York Times...

Samsung granted expedited Galaxy Nexus injunction hearing

07/13/2012, Samsung has just been granted its request to expedite its appeal of the preliminary injunction Apple was granted against the Galaxy Nexus in the US. Samsung now has until July 16th to file the court brief stating the process. Apple in turn has until July...

Apple investigates in-app purchase exploit

07/13/2012, Remember the in-app purchase exploit that allowed people to make in-app purchases without paying for them? Well, it looks like Apple has caught wind of the story and is currently investigating the problem. No word on how such an exploit managed to get...

Apple products are now green again

07/13/2012, Earlier this week we reported that Apple’s products were removed from the EPEAT’s green product list due to different directions the Cupertino company were taking with their electronics. Well, it looks like their situation has reversed....

App Store in-app purchases circumvented by hacker

07/13/2012, While we know that Apple is really tight on security when it comes to its operating systems and App Store, it looks like they’ve still got some work to do. According to reports online, a Russian developer  discovered a way to bypass Apple’s...

iPhone 5 pre-orders accepted in China, to launch on August 7th?

07/13/2012, The rumor mill surrounding Apple’s iPhone 5 seems to be working overtime lately, and here we are with word that China is now offering pre-orders for the iPhone 5, at least on China’s largest e-commerce platform known as Taobao. The pre-order...

New iPhone 5 picture surfaces?

07/13/2012, It’s time for another dose of iPhone 5 rumors – the folks over at KitGuru seemed to have landed themselves a photograph supposedly showing the iPhone 5 next to an iPhone 4S. The device photographed is claimed to be a test sample of the device...

Apple details which Macs are not eligible for Mountain Lion upgrade

07/11/2012, Apple has just released a quick guide on how to update your computer to Mountain Lion, which will be released at some point in July. Unfortunately, some people may get upset when looking at the guide as Apple has also confirmed which computers will not be...

eco-amp: the recyclable iPhone amplifier

07/11/2012, If you’re looking for a way to boost the volume of your iPhone without having to spend tons of money on a speaker dock or AirPlay/Bluetooth friendly speaker system, the eco-amp might be for you. Created by the folks over at Eco Made, this papercraft...

Apple pooh poohs at EPEAT certification withdrawal

07/10/2012, I guess you can say that part of Apple’s DNA as a company would be being different from the rest, doing things their own way, which some might call arrogant. Their latest move might just smack of that, depending on which side of the fence you lean on,...