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Dropbox for Business creates “team folders” feature

Dropbox has just introduced a new feature called “team folders,” which allows administrators of a team to create a folder that is instantly shared to all members of that team. That’s really it, nice and simple. They are even easy to make: Creating a team folder is a snap! In the admin console, click Team folder in the left panel and go to New team…

Photo from inside the iPhone 5S production line

There’s no doubt about it by now: Apple is making an iPhone 5S. Even before today’s leak we’d seen all kinds of parts, both individually and assembled. If none of them fit together or showed contradictions I’d be way more cautious, but so far, everything is lining up quite nicely. The latest leak allegedly shows two fully assembled front panels…

BlackBerry Secure Work Space for iOS launched

Blackberry has announced the launch of its Secure Work Space, which is compatible with iOS, and also Android. Secure Work Space, announced in March, gives all of its users access to data and applications which lie behind corporate firewalls, without the need for VPN. The application is part of BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, a system which is…

Samsung seeks antitrust settlement out of court

It has emerged today that settlement talks have begun between Samsung and the European Commission in its antitrust lawsuit. Samsung is accused of abusing its position in the smart phone market, misusing standard-essential patents to attack Apple and its other competitors. Apple claims that Samsung filed lawsuits over standard-essential patents before it…

iPhone shipments fall 5% in Europe

Figures released today are showing that Apple’s iPhone shipments in Europe have dropped by 5% in the last year. In Q1 of 2012 Apple’s share was around 25%, this has fallen to 20% in Q1 of 2013. Apple’s decreased share isn’t reflective of a receding European market, which actually grew by 12 percent. The figures are based on shipments, so in terms of real…

iOS 7 adds HDR to iPad’s camera for the first time

We discovered a good handful of new features in iOS 7′s second beta yesterday, but perhaps one of the most interesting is one we didn’t pick up on straight away. With the number of people using iPads to take pictures growing all the time, it seems Apple has decided to add an extra dimension to iPadography. Along with iOS 7′s new camera user interface…

Apple seeds 2nd OS X Mavericks preview and Xcode 5 to developers

Not long after releasing the second beta of iOS 7 yesterday, Apple also released the second OS X Mavericks developer preview along with Xcode 5 beta 2. If you want to download either update, simply open up the Mac App Store and the new versions should show up in the updates section. As expected, there are some issues with the latest preview version….

iOS 7 on iPad first looks [VID]

Apple released the second beta of its iOS 7 software on Monday, and one of the major new features was iPad support. After loading iOS 7 on my iPad, I was both surprised and not surprised. The software is very similar to iOS 7 on the iPhone, so the design and features were pretty familiar. But at the same time, I was taken aback by just how different the…

Charge your iPhone by spinning Voltmaker around like a mini helicopter

Have you ever been stranded without power, looking for a way to charge your mobile device? Say you are at home, and the power goes out…what do you do if you can’t charge your phone? Nothing, you are doomed unless you have an external battery/power pack of some sort. I’m actually surprised that the idea illustrated in the video above (however strange it…