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iRadio unveiling at WWDC looks almost certain as Sony Music signs on

We’ve been hearing a lot about iRadio over the past few weeks. It’s no secret that Apple’s been working behind the scenes for years to come up with a Spotify/Pandora killing music streaming service. The only stumbling blocks have been the record labels who all took some time to agree deals with Apple. The last major record label, Sony Music, has just…

Official Man of Steel game for iPad/iPhone trailer published [video]

I’ll let you in to a little secret: I love Superman. When I was a kid, I was obsessed with him. I had jigsaw puzzles and always watched the movies and TV series growing up. And – as much as I tried to be one of the cool kids who said Batman was better and questioned Superman’s masculinity – I’ve always secretly preferred the man of steel over Gotham’s…

Analyst: iWatch is coming in the second half of this year

Concept by Martin Hajek Rumors of the iWatch have been around for what seems like an age. Personally, I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see one released, especially not after Apple discontinued its wrist-wearable iPod nano last year. When you combine the loss of that popular form factor with Tim Cook’s words on where he believes wearable tech is going,…

Final WWDC 2013 banners and decorations go up at Moscone West, what’s beneath the white covering?

Over the past few days, contractors have been carrying out Apple’s plans of decorating inside and out of the Moscone West building in preparation for this year’s WWDC event. The opening keynote will be taking place on Monday at 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern/6pm British Summer Time, and you can be sure we’ll be covering all the action as it happens here at TiP…

Apple isn’t throttling data for iPhones and iPads

Yesterday, one of the most shocking pieces of news was the unearthing of information that seemed to prove that Apple is throttling data for iPhones and iPads on AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon. While some seemed skeptical, the developer behind the claims seemed to have solid reasoning, and even released hacks to fix the alleged slower speeds on these…