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French Gunmen Steal Truck Full Of Apple Computers

A trio of masked gunmen stole a truck full of Apple computers in France. The truck was traveling through Aulnay-sous-Bois in Seine-Saint-Denis near Paris when three men carrying assault rifles forced the truck to a stop. They left the driver and passenger in a wooded area in Val d’Oise, on the outskirts of Paris. According to Le Parisien (Google Translation), …

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iPhone 5 Rumor: New iPhone Getting A Quad Core Processor?

Before the release of the new iPad back in March there were widespread rumors that the tablet would be getting a quad-core A6 processor. Then, shortly before the launch event, rumors began to surface that the production of the A6 couldn’t be ramped up quickly enough, and so Apple had decided to use an enhanced version of the dual-core A5 …

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Twitter Preparing Major Search Overhaul

If you’ve ever used Twitter’s search engine, you know it can be a little hit-and-miss. It usually returns good results – especially if you’ve got a specific hashtag or trending topic in mind. Sometimes, though, finding a tweets on a topic that you want is a little tricky. That may be about to change. Last night Pankaj Gupta, head of …

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Russian Malware Sneaks Into App Store, Google Play

While critics often complain about the “walled garden” ecosystem of the iOS platform and its App Store, there’s one thing that’s hard to deny: iOS is about as secure as you could want it to be. While malware on the Android platform is an ever-increasing threat, iOS users generally don’t have to worry much about it. After all, all iOS …

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Samsung Predicts Record Second Quarter Earnings

Samsung is planning to announce their earnings for the second quarter on July 27th, but like an eight-year-old a week before Christmas, they couldn’t quite wait for the big day. In a statement released late Thursday night, they gave a preview of some of the figures we’ll be seeing from the earnings report later this month. Looking at the numbers, …

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Amazon Planning To Build An iPhone Competitor?

Remember when Amazon was just an online bookstore? Man, those were the days. Palm and Handspring were making PDAs, email was finally catching on, and most of us still had to call the internet from our home phone lines. A lot has changed since then, and Amazon is a whole lot more than “the world’s largest bookstore” these days. They …

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Apple Resolves App Store Update Problem

Apple has fixed a bug that was causing certain updates to crash on launch. Yesterday we told you that many users were experiencing a bug that caused recently updated apps to crash on launch. The update affected over three dozen apps, including Instapaper, the free version of Angry Birds Space HD, GoodReader, Readdle Scanner Pro, and many more. According to …

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iPhone 5 Rumor: Leaked Image Of New iPhone Display Looks Familiar

It’s been a little while since we got our hands on a nice, juicy iPhone rumor. Last week there was a bit about NFC finally coming to the iPhone. Before that it was the mini dock connector. Before that, Apple apparently let details about the new iPhone’s redesign slip in some patent drawings. But it’s been awhile since we had …

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iPad3.com Domain Surrendered To Apple

Earlier this week we brought you news that Apple was taking steps to seize the iPad3.com domain name. The site was owned by a cybersquatting company called Global Access and was home to a generic collection of ads and links to Apple-related products. Apple filed a request with the World Intellectual Property Organization to have control of the domain name …

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Hong Kong iTunes Store Gets Apple In Trouble With The Locals

Last week we told you that Apple had launched the iTunes Store in twelve new regions, mostly in Asia and the Pacific. One of those was Hong Kong. While the launch appears to have gone smoothly from a technical standpoint, some of Apple’s translation choices have raised eyebrows among Hong Kong’s natives. According to the Wall Street Journal, the controversy …

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iPhone 5 Rumor: New iPhone Getting In-Cell Touchscreen Technology

Back in April we told you about rumors surrounding the new iPhone’s touchscreen technology. According to the report, Apple would be using in-cell touchscreen tech in the new iPhone. This technology combines the two layers of the current iPhone’s display – the touch-sensitive glass panel and the LCD display – into one, resulting in a significantly thinner display. A few …

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App Store Bug Causes Newly Updated Apps To Crash

Sometimes in life, the littlest things can be the most exciting. When you’re young and living on your own for the first time, you get a little thrill out of checking your mail and seeing stuff addressed to you, even if it’s junk. When you got your first email address (all the way back in 1997 for me; get off …

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