IPhone 6 a Knock Off of a Chinese Phone?
Dec04

IPhone 6 a Knock Off of a Chinese Phone?

Today from the news shelve of the weird Chinese phone maker Digione is going after Apple for copying one of their designs and using it for the bases of the iPhone6 design.  Above you can see this device in all it's glory. Digione claims they have a patent on this design and have had it before Apple started to use it. In part their letter to Apple reads as follows: "....it can be preliminarily concluded that the design of Apple's...

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Get Blackberry’s Passport and Trade in iPhone for $550
Nov25

Get Blackberry’s Passport and Trade in iPhone for $550

Blackberry has made a big thing about the new Passport smartphone being the ultimate business device, far better than the iPhone the company tells us at every opportunity. If you currently sport Apple’s all-conquering “i” device then Blackberry may have an enticing new promotion for you as the Canadian company is offering up to $550 when someone trades in their iPhone for the Passport. The deal accounts for all iPhone models from the...

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Chromecast Just Got Sporty! ESPN Added and More Channels Coming Soon!

While Google's Chromecast is a pretty great idea, its lack of openness to all things streaming was/is really holding it back. At launch this device only worked with YouTube, Netflix, Google Play Music, and Google Play. Fortunately (for the consumer and Google) this list has expanded greatly since then and it was just announced that Chromecast will get even more services. If you have the WatchESPN app and the correct cable or satellite...

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Touch ID to arrive on all iPhones and iPads?
May28

Touch ID to arrive on all iPhones and iPads?

The Touch ID fingerprint sensor included on the iPhone 5s was a bold and innovative move on Apple’s part, one that other companies such as Samsung have been quick to follow. However, while Touch ID is a dazzling piece of tech, the software is still not at a mature stage, and applications for its use are, by design, not readily available. That will not stop Apple continuing to use Touch ID on future devices as the company has certainly...

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Apple resolves longstanding iMessage bug
May23

Apple resolves longstanding iMessage bug

Apple has today fixed a long time issue that has been plaguing those who have switched from the company’s iPhone to a rival platform such as Android. The problem has been found in Apple’s iMessage app that correlates text messages as well as acting as a messaging hub. The issue has not affected those currently using iPhones, but it has caused problems for those switching to Android handsets. Those users who have changed platforms but...

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