Vodafone UK suggests customers not to update to iOS 6.1

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If you are a Vodafone UK customer, you would have received an SMS from the wireless carrier asking you not to update to the iOS 6.1 update that Apple recently seeded to all its iPhone users. Well, the SMS was sent after a few days of Apple releasing the update. So I guess some of

BlackBerry 10 Devices Will Not Be Sold in Japan

BlackBerry confirmed that their new smartphones will not be sold in Japan, justifying previous reports about the company’s hesitation to compete in a market that is currently being dominated by Apple. The Nikkei business daily first reported the development, which was later confirmed by the Canada-based company, which is hoping to regain their lost glory

Nokia Plans To Introduce 41MP ‘PureView’ Sporting Eos

Nokia will, in the near future, launch a Windows Phone 8 smartphone sporting the ridiculously mega, 41 megapixel ‘PureView’ camera sensor, says The Guardian, citing sources close to the Finnish mobile phone maker. According to these sources the new Nokia handset is known as Eos and will actually launch in the United States as soon

Apple iTunes Store Sets Record With 25 Billion Songs Sold

Apple announced on Wednesday that the iTunes Store set a new record after hitting the 25-billion mark of songs sold over the past ten years. In a statement posted on their official website, Apple revealed that they finally reached the 25-billion mark when German customer Phillip Luke purchased the song “Monkey Drums (Goksel Vancin Remix)”

Instagram Intros Web Experience, Lets You Scroll Through Your Images On Your Browser

From today onward Instagram account holders will be able to log into their accounts and access their photo feed on any web browser through Instagram.com. The announcement was made by Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom through a blog post. The web experience has been designed to keep things similar to the mobile app experience. “You can browse through

Dell Buyout Underscores Current State of PC Industry

Michael Dell successfully turned the company he founded into a private entity and away from Wall Street scrutiny, but experts believe that the buyout that was announced on Tuesday will not solve the growing troubles of the PC industry. Michael Dell announced on Tuesday that the company will go private in a $24.4 billion buyout

Apple wins slide to unlock and original iPhone design patents

Apple granted slide to unlock patent

We all swimming in the pool of smart phones know that the slide to unlock gesture to unlock the smart phone is a very well thought of gestures. There are no more pulling of switches on the side of the smart phone, or using a combination or keys on the keypad to unlock the smart

Apple may lose iPhone trademark in Brazil

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  Apple, as we all know, is very big on patents and trademarks. The Cupertino based tech giant is usually the first company to go to court if it finds out that another company anywhere in the world is infringing any of its patents, or using any of its trademarks. But this time, the company

BlackBerry Chief Reveals Encouraging UK Sales But Disappointed With US Release Delay

BlackBerry Chief Executive Officer Thorsten Heins revealed on Tuesday that the recently released BlackBerry devices are making waves in the United Kingdom, exceeding the company’s initial expectation. Heins unveiled the company’s new BlackBerry 10 platform last Thursday together with the first two devices powered by the new operating system – the full touch Z10 and