iOS 6 – Siri Updated to Launch Apps, Does More and Runs on New iPad

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Apple introduced Siri with the introduction of the iPhone 4S last October. During the company’s WWDC keynote event, SVP of iOS Software Scott Forstall took the stage to announce new updates to the personal assistant, Siri, to be included in iOS 6. The software update includes improved features such as … Read the Full Story →

Virgin Mobile USA to Begin Offering iPhone 4S on June 29

Virgin Mobile USA iPhone 4S

Just a year ago, the only carriers in the United States offering the iPhone were AT&T and Verizon. Since then, three major carriers have picked up the iPhone including Sprint, as well as a number of smaller regional carriers, such as C-Spire and Alaska Communications. On Thursday, Virgin Mobile announced … Read the Full Story →

Google Unveils 3D Maps, Coming to iOS and Android

Google 3D Maps

Earlier in the week, Google announced an event to unveil plans to release the “Next Dimension” of Google Maps, ahead of Apple’s announcement of iOS 6. On Wednesday, during the event, Google unveiled 3D Maps, a technology that looks very similar to Apple’s recently acquired C3 Technologies. The 3D renderings for … Read the Full Story →

Ahead of iOS 6 Release Google to Unveil the “Next Dimension” of Maps

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Rumors of Apple abandoning Google Maps in iOS 6 have been around for quite some time, however, Google recently announced an event to discuss the next dimension of their Google Maps design. In a report from 9to5Google, it was revealed that Google is looking to unveil “The Next Dimension of … Read the Full Story →

Apple Inc. (AAPL) Set to Bring New iPad to China Gains Certification for Cellular Model

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Recently, the Chinese government approved the sale of the new iPad in the country, and the WiFi version of the popular tablet went on sale after being certified. In a report from MarketWatch, it was confirmed that the Cellular model of the new iPad, identified as such by the A1430 … Read the Full Story →

Apple Adds Free App of the Week and Editor’s Choice to Mac and iOS App Store

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Apple now has over 300,000 apps in the iOS App Store and over 100,000 in the Mac App Store. It’s almost impossible to fathom just how successful both App Stores have been and how much more potential it has, to become even a bigger part of our everyday lives. Late … Read the Full Story →

iPhone 5 Camera and Next-Gen iPod touch Parts Leaked?

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Following rumors that Apple would be opting for a 3.9 inch screen for its next generation iPhone 5 come new rumors and images that reveal iPhone 5 cameras as well as what appears to be a 4.1 inch iPod touch. Photos of the leaked parts show a taller screen, very … Read the Full Story →

Apple Airs New iPhone 4S TV Ads Starring Jon Malkovich

New iPhone 4S Siri Ad

Apple for the first time ever began to use celebrities in its iPhone TV ads only about a month ago. The first ads to use celebrities were for the company’s popular personal assistant Siri, starring Samuel L. Jackson and Zooey Deschanel. After receiving very positive feedback of the work done … Read the Full Story →

iPhone 5 Expected to be taller with 3.9-inch display at 1136×640 Resolution

iPhone5 Display

According to the latest iPhone 5 rumors, Apple is testing more than one prototypes of the next-gen iPhone. The sixth gen iPhone is expected to see major re-design and feature a taller display. Apple introduced the original iPhone in 2007 with a 3.5 inch screen and that has remained unchanged … Read the Full Story →

Apple Inc. (AAPL) to Bring EPIX movie streaming to Apple TV?

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Apple Inc. (AAPL) has long been selling movies and television shows on its iTunes Store. Now, according to a Reuters report, the company is reportedly planning to bring EPIX movie streaming to the Apple TV, and likely the new rumored Apple television set. AAPL has been rumored to be in … Read the Full Story →

Apple Looking to Patent Glass Design on Upper West Side Retail Store in NYC

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Apple’s retail stores are truly one of a kind, blending materials such as glass and aluminum into intricate pieces of art that dress up any neighborhood they are built in. Apple intends to protect that idea, hoping to be the only one with a one of a kind experience for … Read the Full Story →

Apple Retail Stores Replace iMac with the new iPad in Kids Section

Apple Retail Stores Replace iMac with the new iPad in Kids Section

Apple has replaced the popular iMacs at the kids section of the Apple Store with iPads. First noticed by iMore, Apple appears to be taking a more compelling approach to drawing in kids and essentially starting them off with a product that a number of children are familiar with. Apple … Read the Full Story →

Sprint Confirms Plans for Unlimited Data, Even After LTE iPhone 5 Release

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Sprint’s CFO, Joe Euteneuer earlier this month suggested that Sprint could offer 4G LTE iPhone 5 on its network if Apple was to release one down the line. At that moment, questions as to whether Sprint would still offer unlimited data plans arose and many wondered if Sprint would switch … Read the Full Story →

Google Inc. (GOOG) Announces ‘Google Drive’ Cloud Storage Service

Google Drive

Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) has been leading the market for quite some time with web based services, including search, email and documents. On Tuesday, Google Inc. released a more streamlined cloud experience for its users, the long-awaited Google Drive. The service provides users with 5GB of free storage, which is also … Read the Full Story →

Apple Introduces iPhone 4S on 5 New Regional Carriers

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Apple’s iPhone 4S was introduced last October on the three main networks in the United States, AT&T, Verizon and Sprint. Verizon was added in 2010 with the iPhone 4 and Sprint was added with the latest iPhone refresh. Apple later expanded network coverage by bringing the 4S to regional carrier … Read the Full Story →