Author Archive for: ‘Shaylin Clark’

AT&T No Contract: Mobile Giant Joins The No-Contract Revolution

AT&T has announced the launch of their own no-contract mobile provider. The new subsidiary, Aio Wireless, is launching this week in three markets – Houston, Orlando, and Tampa, with a nationwide rollout planned over the course of the next year. Aio Wireless will offer customers a variety of plans ranging in price from $40 to $70 per month, as well …

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78,000 Want To Live On Mars: Mars One Colony Filling Fast

When Mars One announced that they were opening up applications for permanent residency in their proposed permanent colony, they expected to generate some interest. After all, they’re shooting for a half million applicants. What they did not expect, according to Mars One co-founder and CEO Bas Lansdorp, was a rush of over 78,000 applications in just two weeks. Lansdorp told …

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Pole Dancer App Will Turn Your 12-Year-Old Into “A Lap Dancing Sexpot”

Last week we brought you a story that offered a little insight into the process of how Apple reviews and approves apps for the iOS App Store. It turns out that the App Store review team is a drastically understaffed group of people who sit in an office in Cupertino and are forced to spend a startling amount of time …

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U.K. Judge Declares Galaxy Tab “Not As Cool” As iPad

With the patent war between Apple and Samsung raging in courtrooms around the world, it can sometimes be hard to tell who’s winning and who’s losing. Apple wins a battle here, Samsung wins a battle there, but nobody ever appears to be actually ahead. Recently, though, a British judge handed Samsung a major victory, but with a little bit of …

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iPad Mini To Be Made In Brazil, Launch In September?

Rumors about Apple’s iPad Mini have been coming fast and furious lately. Last week we told you about rumors that the iPad Mini was preparing to go into mass production and was targeted for an autumn launch. Now it looks like those rumors have received some corroboration. According to a recent report from MacOkatara (Google Translation), Apple’s latest gadget is …

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Angry Birds To Get A Role-Reversing Sequel Later This Year

Chances are that if you have an iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android phone, Chrome browser, or Facebook account, you’ve played Angry Birds. And if you haven’t played it, you’ve certainly heard of it. Released in December of 2009 for iPhone, Angry Birds is one of the most popular games in the history of the iOS platform. Pretty much everybody loves …

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Galaxy Nexus Back In Google Play As Court Stays Injunction

Last week we brought you news that Apple had requested and been granted an injunction against Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus smartphone. Apple claimed that the phone violated a number of its patents. U.S. District Court judge Lucy Koh agreed that Apple was likely to be able to prove its case at trial, and granted the injunction pending Apple’s payment of a …

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Twitter For iOS Getting A Major Overhaul With iOS 6

It’s often been said that Twitter and the iPhone are kind of like peanut butter and chocolate: two great things that weren’t made for each other, but go together so well that you’d almost think they were. That’s due in large part to the plethora of quality Twitter clients available for the iPhone in the iOS App Store. As a …

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Box Office Results: Spider-Man Swings Into 1st

We’ve reached a point in the last few years where a decent superhero movie is basically a license to print money for the studio that makes it. It happened earlier this summer with Marvel’s The Avenger’s, and it looks like it’s happening again with The Amazing Spider-Man. The reboot of the Spider-Man franchise rocketed to the number one spot at …

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Concept Video Shows How A Wearable iPhone Could Look

If Google is to be believed, wearable devices are the future of mobile technology. Their Project Glass has caused quite a stir in recent months. While Apple doesn’t have anything like that themselves at present (apart from the iPod Nano), there’s a decent chance they’re working on it. Whether it’s their own version of Project Glass, or a wrist-mounted iPhone, …

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Apple Announces iPad In Business Seminar Series

To say that the iPad has captured the consumer tablet market would not quite be accurate. The fact is that the iPad effectively created the consumer tablet market. As such, it has developed a reputation as a primarily consumer device – a tablet for watching video and reading books and browsing the web. For some in the business world, that …

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Apple Does Devs A Favor, Removes Negative Reviews After Crash Bug

Earlier this morning we told you that Apple had fixed the bug in the App Store that caused several recently-updated apps to crash on launch. The problem apparently originated with an Apple server responsible for adding DRM code to apps. The code that was getting added was corrupt, causing the apps to crash on launch – in fact, if you …

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