Emoticons Basis for New Samsung Lawsuit Vs Apple

Emoticons Basis for New Samsung Lawsuit Vs Apple
It was inevitable that the ongoing legal battles between Apple and Samsung will turn petty at some point, and it is evident in the new lawsuit Samsung is filing against Apple. Samsung has filed a lawsuit against Apple because of the former’s claims that Apple has violated patents that Samsung allegedly has over emoticons – Read more…

Flipboard App Now Has an iPhone Version

Flipboard App Now Has an iPhone Version
One of the most popular apps for aggregating stories taken from the web and presenting it in a professional looking layout is Flipboard. Launched in 2010, it is one of the most downloaded apps for the iPad. Many iPhone users have been requesting that Flipboard make a version for their mobile device of choice. Finally, Read more…

Games Are Now Included in Apple’s Subscription Service

Games Are Now Included in Apple's Subscription Service
Apple knows that there is now a palpable shift in mobile gaming from traditional gaming handhelds to tablets and smartphones like the iPhone or iPad and it is now trying to take advantage of this shift to benefit not just itself but also game developers and consumers. Apple is now offering game publishers who develop Read more…

Is Jailbreaking Worth the Effort and the Risk?

Is Jailbreaking Worth the Effort and the Risk?
Any owner of an iPhone has heard of jailbreaking, especially in the news. Apple has been vocally against the practice, seeking court injunctions against it and third-parties that encourage it. However, the courts have ruled a number of times that there is nothing illegal about jailbreaking any Apple product. But you might still have a couple Read more…

“Airbags” Could Be a Feature of Future iPhones

“Airbags” Could Be a Feature of Future iPhones
Some out of the box ideas were actually considered for inclusion in one of the iterations of the iPhone if we’ll base it on newly discovered patents that were filed by Apple a a year ago. According to the supposed patent, the durability of the iPhone was a major consideration for the people at Apple, Read more…

iPhone Now Preferred More By Businessmen

iPhone Now Preferred More By Businessmen
This could be proof that the global Blackberry service outage that happened a few weeks back has had a very negative effect on RIM. In a recent survey conducted by iPass, it was discovered that the iPhone has now overtaken RIM’s Blackberry as the preferred smartphone of businessmen and people involved in business. About 2,300 Read more…

iOS 5 Update Fails to Fix Battery Problem

iOS 5 Update Fails to Fix Battery Problem
Some users of the iPhone 4S reported experiencing problems with their phone’s battery life – which drains faster. It was initially thought as isolated incidents but with complaints beginning to pile up in various Apple forums, Apple Inc. finally looked into it and admitted that there was indeed a problem with the battery life of Read more…

Apple to Fix Battery Issue with upcoming iOS 5 Update

Apple to Fix Battery Issue with upcoming iOS 5 Update
The release of iOS 5, the latest version of Apple’s very popular mobile operating system, was met with a lot of excitement, which is expected from anything that Apple releases, really. But a number of people who upgraded to the new OS has been reporting that upon upgrading, they have noticed a problem with their Read more…

Apple Awarded Touchscreen Security Patent

Apple Awarded Touchscreen Security Patent
Anyone who has used a tablet will be familiar with the security feature where you have to swipe the touchscreen in order to unlock the tablet. It may be an ubiquitous part of tablets but there’s a deeper story behind it – a patent battle that Apple has recently won. The patent for unlocking a Read more…

iOS 5 Now Account for 20 Percent of iOS Traffic

iOS 5 Now Account for 20 Percent of iOS Traffic
To say that deployment of Apple’s newest mobile operating system iOS 5 is a success may be putting it mildly. Apple’s hotly anticipated new operating system may have just been released last October 12, but in just a little more than a week, iOS 5 is already accounting for 20 percent of the web traffic Read more…