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Comscore claim iPad dominates global tablet traffic

Comscore released a report which shows the popularity of the iPad within the growing tablet market. According to their report the iPad is responsible for 89 percent of all tablet traffic. The iPad seems to have a strong audience in Canada where it accounts for 33.5% of all non-computer related …

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People are 58% more productive with a tablet

We take these kind of research claims with a pinch of salt, but Yankee Group, who are due to release their European Mobile User Study next month have offered a quick glimpse into their early findings. According to their research, 40% of European smartphone buyers are intending to buy an …

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Nokia ‘we are focused on delivering results’

Nokia are aiming to release their first Windows smartphones later this year although it looks as if they won’t hit the channel in volume until 2012. Stephen Elop, Nokia CEO was speaking at the Nokia Connections event in Singapore and had a positive outlook on Nokia’s change in stance. “We …

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New York Post block Safari access on iPad

The New York Post is coming under attack with a recent decision to block Safari users on the Apple iPad. They are redirecting visitors to download the publications specialised application through the App Store – which is pay only. Paid Content reported the findings at the weekend, saying that the …

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iPad leading ‘post-pc’ consumer world

It is a term I never though I would hear, but according to the International Business times, executives are saying that the iPad is leading “a ‘post-PC’ consumer world where users roam free from their desktops with tablets and smartphones.” Counting the success of the iPad aside, it appears that …

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Apple iPad responsible for 83% of 9.7 inch display sales

Apple are a company continually in the spotlight and recent figures from DisplayBank indicate that they are responsible for 84% of all 9.7 inch displays which were sold last month. Apple use two main suppliers for their iPad screens – Samsung and LG. These companies combined delivered 4.5 million of …

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Macbook Air sales continue to climb as PC market declines

Generally when Apple are mentioned, people discuss the runaway success of the iPad, but recent predictions from J.P. Morgan indicate that Apple would turn the Macbook Air platform into a $3 billion a year business with the release of the iCloud software. Mark Moskowitz wrote in a note to investors …

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RIM struggling: profits fail to reach reduced estimates

Research In Motion reduced their profit forecast 2 months ago however they showed earnings results yesterday that were worse than even the lowered analyst expectations. RIM are one of the pioneers of the smartphone market, making one of the first smartphones ever released. In recent years however they are struggling …

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Chromebooks from Acer and Samsung now on sale

Both Acer and Samsung were slow off the mark, with Kogan releasing the first Agora Chromebook on June 7th. Both market leaders however have released new laptops based around Google’s Chrome operating system. The Agora machine was being marketed at a very respectable £269 inc vat. Google have revealed that …

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more info leaks regarding iPad 3 2048×1536 display

Yesterday we reported on the upcoming iPad3 display, as our sources indicated Apple were making the move in 2012. More information was shared yesterday that highlights a possible move, due to the twitter.framework within the iOS SDK having huge images, over twice the size needed for the current iPad display …

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iPad 3 2048×1536 screen resolution rumors persist

Last night I spoke with an insider in Taipei who claims that Apple are set to adopt a new high resolution screen for the upcoming iPad 3. Those people who have skipped over on the iPad 2 release will be happy to hear the latest news. Of course, I can’t …

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Apple to sell unlocked iPhone 4 for $649 & $749

Apple are rumored to be starting a new campaign featuring unlocked iPhone 4’s in the USA. The pricing is apparently going to be around the $649 mark for the 16GB model and $749 for the 32GB model. Unlocked iPhone 4’s have been available internationally now for some time, but it …

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Apple will pay Nokia licensing fees

Apple and Nokia have been locked into legal wrangles now for years over patents for the mobile phone sector. Apple are agreeing to pay Nokia licensing fees which will be a huge cash revenue boost for the Finland based Nokia. This deal is going to settle all the patent litigation …

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iPhone 5 due for September release, in final test phase

According to sources in Taipei, it appears that next iPhone will be released in September this year. Industry sources indicate that the final testing stage is underway meaning that the product is ready to be given the goahead for mass production. Other sources such as 9to5Mac claim that the iPhone …

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IDC claim that Windows Phone will surpass iOS by 2015

Microsoft haven’t had the best launch for their latest Windows Phone 7 operating system, but they might take some comfort that the latest IDC WorldWide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker report indicates that they could surpass Apple’s iOS platform by 2015. IDC are making predictions that Android will have 43.8 percent …

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leaked info: New Macbook Air set for mid week release?

Free leaks indicate that Apple may update their MacBook Air mid week. Twitter user Chronic, who is a well known source of insider information with successful ‘predictions’ in the past has posted last night that his sources have 100% confirmed a Wednesday release for a MacBook Air update. Earlier today …

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iCloud Communications sue Apple

Well another day, another legal wrangle. This time iCloud Communications are suing Apple over the ‘iCloud’ trademark. iCloud Communications offer VoIP products and services which use the same centralised server principle as Apple’s service. The complaint says “The goods and services with which Apple intends to use the ‘iCloud’ mark …

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nVidia’s best Tegra 2 designs delayed to Q4?

KitGuru gets access to a lot of data as it flows across the interwibble. With launches and delays part of the ebb and flow of modern computing, it must be particularly annoying when one company’s glory is interfered with by another product’s failure to launch. KitGuru fills a glass of …

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iCloud: UK will be at least 6 months behind USA

The UK is always behind the USA so this won’t come as much of a shock to many readers today. Apple’s iCloud service won’t launch in the UK until early 2012. A spokesman from the Performing Rights Society issued the statement saying that negotiations with Apple about rights in the …

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Apple get city go ahead for new iHeadquarters

Cupertino City Major has given his full support for Apple’s new campus in the city. Gilbert Wong said “Cupertino is ready for this.” KitGuru reported on this a few days ago and Steve Jobs will be very happy that his plans can go ahead. Their new building will be able …

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