iStick The Flash Drive For Your iOS Device Coming This August

Sanho Corporation, the company behind the Hyper line of mobile and computer accessories, recently unveiled the iStick via a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. The iStick is the first flash drive that comes with both a standard USB connector and an Apple MFi Certified lightning connector. The lightning connector means that you can connect the iStick [...]

Italian Government Starts Investigation Over The Freemium Model

The freemium model for mobile apps and games is the most popular model by far. Sure developers can make money off of paid for downloads but it seems those companies with a freemium model make far more. The biggest example of this so far has to be King, the company behind the megahit Candy Crush. [...]

Truce: Apple And Google Declare A Truce Of Sorts

Late Friday Google and Apple issued a joint statement saying that they were ending all current lawsuits against each other, and that they would work together in some areas of patent reform. A story that was first reported by the Wall Street Journal had many tech pundits in disbelief. Many believed that Apple and Google [...]

Android Is For Poor People? And That’s Why It Will Win!

Back in April a report using device data aggregated from Twitter told a story that not many wanted to hear. Business Insider and others posulated that the chart proved that Android was for poor people, or rather more people than iPhone is for. Apple has for years, stayed within it's pricing structure basically since the [...]

DEVELOPING: Apple Buying Beats For $3.2 Billion

Various reliable news sources are reporting that Apple is in the midst of their biggest acquisitions ever. The Financial Times broke the story around 2pm today that Apple is planning on buying Beats By Dre the audio streaming service and hardware company founded in partnership by Dr. Dre, record label executive Jimmy Iovine and originally, [...]

Apple Prepares To Overcome Store Sales Decline With Big iPhone Promotion

This may come as a big surprise to many but Apple, often looked at as the shining diamond of retail operations has been wading through a slight decline in sales. AppleInsider reports that same store sales were down 5% in March after a 3% uptick in December of 2013. The decline Apple is seeing on [...]

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Jury’s Back In Apple Samsung Case

The latest Apple vs Samsung patent infringement case had the potential to be the biggest, however, when the Jury came back late Friday evening it was all but that. Many news sites are reporting a big win for Apple. With the jury awarding $119.6 million dollars to Apple for Samsung infringing some of it's patents, [...]

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A New Wave of iPhone 6 Leaks

We just came across some new photos of what is purportedly some sort of dummy mock-up of the iPhone 6.Steve Hemmerstoffer,, "iPhone 6: A physical model for leakage?," 30 April 2014, Via 9to5Mac These images show an incredibly thin device. There have been a bunch of recent leaks that show a much thinner [...]

iTunes at 11 – A Look Back and Forward

On Monday, Apple's iTunes Store turned 11 years old. The iTunes Store is among the most influential consumer technology products of all time. In 2008, The iTunes Store became the number one music retailer in the US, and in 2010 became the "the world’s most popular online music, TV and movie store."Apple Press Info, "iTunes Store [...]

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Freecycle With Apple And Maybe Get Some Money Back

On Monday April 21, Apple announced a new initiative. As a part of a broader marketing focus on the environmental impact of Apple, or rather the lack thereof, the Cupertino company announced that, "every Apple Retail Store will now take back Apple products for free and recycle them responsibly."Lisa Jackson - Apple Vice President of Environmental [...]

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