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Chinese factories stuck with useless iPad inventory

In business, it’s important to get your products out first when there is an opportunity. Arriving at the FA Cup Finals one day late, with a hot dog that’s 10x better, is a poor decision. However, it’s also possible to go too soon. Right now, an array of Chinese factories …

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Macbook Pro may get high res ‘retina display’

New, double resolution images have been found in the second developer build of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. This means that new Macintosh computers could very well ship with a Retina display, or HiDPi mode. We have all seen how the ultra high resolution panels have improved the iPad 3, …

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Nvidia’s Kepler coming to a smartphone near you?

Over the weekend Nvidia dropped the NDA on it’s Geforce GTX 680 graphics card based on their new Kepler architecture. Which in the case of the GTX 680, Kepler beats the AMD competition, the 7970 on many levels with some degree of ease. As a result of a successful launch (excluding a …

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RIM lose Canada to Apple for the first time

Research In Motion have been knocked off the top spot in hometown Canada for the first time, to be replaced by Apple’s, with their iPhone. The maker of Blackberry smartphones shipped 2.08 million Blackberry phones last year in Canada compared to Apple’s 2.85 million, according to data complied by Bloomberg …

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Toshiba previews 13.3 inch Android 4.0 tablet

If you walk into an electronics store these days you (should) find a bunch of tablets on display near the laptops. If you’re curious as to what is offer you’ll find tablets mostly with screens roughly 10 inches in size such as the Asus Transformer Prime or the Apple iPad. …

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Microsoft want to drive phone prices down

Microsoft have a plan which targets China. The plan is to overtake Apple, by offering a wide range of handsets at lower prices. Passing Apple will be the first step in a longer term goal of market dominance. Simon Leung, Microsoft’s Chairman and chief executive officer for the Greater China …

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Samsung and RIM sued over emoticon patent

Emoticons are useful for one thing only; to portray emotion through text, or to fool people by putting a 🙂 when you really feel :@. Emoticons are the one thing that gets texting or instant messaging close to the emotional connection level of a phone call or face to face …

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iPad 3 users complain about overheating

The iPad3 is coming under fire (pun intended) from a certain audience who are claiming that it is overheating. The Mac forums have been seeing an increase in complaints from users that there is an unusual level of heat emitting from the lower left side of the iPad when it …

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Powerful personal projector for iPhone ready to launch

The whole point of the Walkman-iPod revolution was that entertainment suddenly became very personal. You could have 50 people on a bus and every single one of them might be nodding their head to a different beat. The next generation of accessory is/was/will be about making the experience into a …

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iPad 3 strongest tablet launch yet, over 3 million sold

Apple launched the iPad 3 on Friday and sales figures in last night are very healthy indeed. Apple sent out a press release yesterday and have confirmed that they have sold 3 million iPad’s so far. “The new iPad is a blockbuster with three million sold―the strongest iPad launch yet,” …

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Sorry men, we’re not as important as a woman’s mobile phone

A recent investigation has discovered that women care more about their mobile phones than their boyfriends. Pawnbroker Borro.com surveyed 4000 women and discovered that a woman’s mobile phone comes in at number 3 on a list of most treasured possessions list. Boyfriends lose out a bit on the list, they’re (we’re) stuck down …

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Apple iPad 3 Review (64GB)

Today we are looking at the Apple iPad 3, the latest version of the tablet computer that has been breaking worldwide sales records over the last two years. It has been impossible to escape the hype, everyone knows that the latest version has the new super high resolution Retina screen, …

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Cyberlink prepares full range of Apple software

News coming out of Taiwan this morning is that Cyberlink, arguably the most prevalent provider of proper video playback and photo manipulation software in the wonderful world of Windows, is investing BIG TIME in its OSX products (and more). KitGuru turns Power(news)Producer Pro to maximum and ponders the impact. Whether …

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Apple privacy protection still questioned by Congress

U.S. Government officials are not happy with Apple’s latest privacy policies even though CEO Tim Cook has given them a detailed response in regards to the protection of their customers. Venturebeat reported that G.K. Butterfield and Henry Waxman, members of a congressional subcommittee dedicated to consumer protection have sent Apple …

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Apple delivers good news

One of the most eagerly awaited emails of the past 12 months has just arrived in the inboxes of the chosen few. What is the message and what does it mean? KitGuru engages iLiedown and gives it a ponder. The Daily Telegraph (of all the socialist press) ran a footy-score, …

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iPad 3 reviews: another winner for Apple

The iPad 3 officially launches tomorrow, if you were lucky enough to get your preorder in early enough, and the first reviews have hit the net. The consensus? Apple have created another winner. If you have missed all the news on Apple’s iPad 3 then a quick recap is in …

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Nokia confirm Tablet PC is coming

Many people will be pleased to hear that Nokia will be entering into the tablet wars, a sector currently dominated by Apple’s iPad. Nokia chief design guru Marko Ahtisaari is spending a lot of his time creating the new tablet for Nokia which they want to stand out in a …

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iPad 3 – first camera shots leak online

The iPad 3 hype is reaching fever pitch as we head into the ‘launch phase’ in the next couple of days. The new technology has been at the forefront of debate, with many publications discussing the new super high resolution screen and enhanced processing power. One area that we haven’t …

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iPad 3 demand exceeds all expectations. 66million to sell in 2012

We all knew the new iPad3 was a significant improvement when compared to the previous versions, but according to Analyst Michael Walkley with Canaccord Genuity Apple have already broken their own preorder records. Genuity has checked with Apple’s distribution channels and the orders are already backlogged for weeks. The initial …

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Siri facing a Japanese language barrier

Siri has proven a great success worldwide, but the software is facing a problem with the Japanese market. Apple added Japanese language support last week with the release of iOS 5.1, but some Japanese speakers don’t seem to be understood by the voice assistant. Reader Tom Bailey sent us a …

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Sharp continue to face panel delays for iPad 3

Apple will start selling their new tablet computer later this week, but they won’t feature panel technology from Sharp in the early phases due to deliver delays, according to a report published on the Wall Street Journal. Sharp are well known for creating a quality panel, and have experienced success …

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