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iPhone 5 probably won’t have NFC

A couple of days ago, we were treated to some internal shots of the iPhone 5, a couple of which seemed to suggest that the next instalment of Apple’s flagship device would come fitted with Near Field Communication. NFC would have allowed the iPhone to communicate with similar devices in close proximity, sharing information quickly, its particularly useful…

Apple releases iTunes Festival Live Streaming App for Apple TV

A recent update to Apple TV has brought with it an iTunes Festival app that will allow users to stream the 30 days free concerts to their set-top boxes. The iTunes festival begins on September 1, and will run throughout the month. It will open with Usher, and close at the end of September with Muse. Artists involved include Ed Sheeran, Olly Murs, Plan B,…

iPhone 5 not coming to Tmo, 3G/4G compatibility on the way?

In the last 24 hours, our good friends over at TmoNews have received a couple of interesting pieces of news regarding T-Mobile and the next iPhone, although I’m afraid, it could be bad news… The first piece of news suggests that T-Mobile is not going to get the iPhone 5. One e-mail shows that in September, T-Mobile will train its staff to “sell against…

Hope on the horizon for Apple TV 3 jailbreak

  Well everyone, I don’t want to build you up just to break you down, especially since just a few short weeks ago it was reported that nobody was working on an Apple TV 3 jailbreak. 9To5Mac is reporting a handful of ambitious hackers are hard at work on it (fingers crossed). James Abeler of FireCore said: There is a group of very bright and…

Tweetbot for Mac alpha no longer available for public testing

Tapbots has announced today that its Tweetbot Alpha application for Mac will no longer be available for download. Tweetbot has been gearing up to enter the public beta stage before its official release in the Mac App Store, but due to Twitter’s new restrictions on twitter-related apps, Tapbots has been forced to remove the download link for Tweetbot for…

Dan Ricco and Craig Federighi added to Apple executive team

Apple announced to the public today that Dan Ricco and Craig Federighi will be joining the Apple senior executive team, with both men receiving Senior Vice president level promotions. Craig took the place of head of Mac Software Engineering in early 2011, replacing Bertrand Serlet, but was not promoted to the senior executive team until today….

Apple wants to ban these 8 Samsung phones

Okay everyone, we had the weekend off from Apple/Samsung news following the big court decision, and now we are back at it. Did you really think it was all over? Hope not. Apple, following its win in court last week, is now looking to have eight of the phones included in the case banned from sale. All of these phones were found to have infringed on Apple…

İstanbul Escort

İstanbul ve civarında ki en taş en kaliteli hatunları ayağınıza kadar gelsin istemezmisiniz, ister evinizde size eşlik etsin ister yatağınızda size karılık yapsın, hemde uygun fiyata. Dırdır yok kıskanma derdi yok hiçbirşey yok ama istediğiniz sıcaklık, esneklik ve yataktaki sıcak pozisyonlar hepsi bu hatunlarda mevcut, bu hatunlar…

iOS and Android experience record-breaking adoption

Some big, but rather unsurprising news has emerged from mobile analytics firm Flurry today, stating that the adoption of iOS and Android is happening at such a rate that it has totally dominated the growth of any other consumer tech in history. Flurry stated: “The rate of iOS and Android device adoption has surpassed that of any consumer technology in…

iPhone 5 case shows up in AT&T inventory system

Last year, before Apple launched the iPhone 4S, Case-Mate leaked images of some new accessories. These supposed “iPhone 5″ cases virtually solidified in everyone’s mind what we were to expect from the 5th gen iPhone. Sadly, we were wrong to do so. Let’s hope the company’s not leading us (and AT&T) on a wild goose chase again. A source from an…

Could a 13 inch Retina MacBook Pro be available as soon as October?

If you’re anything like me, and you want a smaller Retina MacBook Pro more than your next breath, then you could be in luck. According to NPD DisplaySearch analyst Richard Shim, Samsung, LG Display and Sharp have all begun production of a 13 inch Retina Display (2560 x 1600 resolution, for those wondering) for Apple’s next MacBook Pro, ready for launch in…