December 16, 2010

Apple’s Mac App Store to Open on January 6

Apple today announced that the Mac App Store will open for business on Thursday, January 6. By bringing the revolutionary App Store experience to Mac OS X, the Mac App Store makes discovering, installing and updating Mac apps easier than ever. The Mac App Store will be available in 90 countries at launch and will feature paid and free apps in categories like Education, Games, Graphics & Design, Lifestyle, Productivity and Utilities.
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5 Best Laptops Priced Over $1,000

If you want one of the best laptops available today you would be easily paying over $1,000. And for that price you will be getting latest in design and technology. Below we have compiled list of 5 best laptops available today priced over $1,000. The list below is not ranked as most laptops are not from the same category, and the price range goes from $1,000 to over $3,000. So, the 5 best laptops over $1,000 are:
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December 14, 2010

iPad 2 Rumor Roundup

In past few weeks rumor mill has been very active with iPad 2 news. Many major news outlets including WSJ, NY Times, Reuters and CNN have published rumors related to the upcoming iPad. The rumors range from just addition of front facing camera, to completely new smaller 7-inch iPad model, which will be release in first quarter of 2011. Below are some of those rumors about iPad 2 which might come true early next year.
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November 22, 2010

Apple’s iOS 4.2 Available Today

Apple today announced that iOS 4.2, the latest version of the world’s most advanced mobile operating system, is available today for download for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. iOS 4.2 brings over 100 new features from iOS 4.0, 4.1 and 4.2 to iPad including Multitasking, Folders, Unified Inbox, Game Center, AirPlay and AirPrint.
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November 16, 2010

So the Big iTunes Announcement was Beatles

Normally, when it comes to Apple the company under promises and over delivers, but this time they over promised and under delivered. Yesterday, Apple announced on their home page “Tomorrow is just another day. That you’ll never forget. Check back here tomorrow for an exciting announcement from iTunes.” And the exciting iTunes announcement is “The Beatles. Now on iTunes.” The iTunes page now says:
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November 15, 2010

Big iTunes Announcement Coming Tomorrow

Apple has dedicated their home page to the above image, which announces:
“Tomorrow is just another day. That you’ll never forget. Check back here tomorrow for an exciting announcement from iTunes.”
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November 12, 2010

Consumer Reports Ranks New MacBook Air Models As Best In their Class

Both the new 11-inch MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Air, which Apple introduced in October, have received positive reviews. Both the laptops are being called the perfect balance of performance, portability and design for everyday use. The 11-inch MacBook Air model is the lightest laptop available on market and the 13-inch model isn’t far behind, as it’s one of the lightest 13-inch laptop on the market. And now consumer advocacy group, Consumer Reports has also chimed in by calling both the laptops best in their respective classes.
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Windows Phone 7 to a Crawling Start

Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 was officially launched last Monday in US and reports are that Microsoft is spending about $500 million in advertisements for the launch. However, if initial sales are any indication those dollars are currently going to waste. Analysts are estimating about 40,000 Windows Phone 7 handsets were sold on the launch day and the demand hasn’t picked up after that.
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November 10, 2010

Review Roundup: Samsung Galaxy Tab

Samsung introduced their first Android based tablet, Samsung Galaxy Tab last month. The new tablet is shipping in Europe and will ship this month is US. Galaxy Tab comes with 7-inch (1024 x 600) touchscreen, 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 16GB onboard storage, dual cameras (1.3-megapixel front and 3-megapixel back), WiFi, Bluetooth, 3G network support and microSD card slot. It measures 7.4” x 4.7” x 0.47” and weighs 0.8 pounds with battery life of up to 7 hours. The Galaxy Tab is available through various major carriers with price ranging from $599 to $899 depending on contract you signup.
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Review Roundup: HTC HD7 (Windows Phone 7)

HTC HD7 is the first Windows Phone 7 available on T-Mobile in US. The phone comes with 4.3-inch (480 x 800) touchscreen, 5-megapixel camera, 1GHz processor, 16GB storage, WiFi, Bluetooth and A-GPS. It measures 4.8” x 2.68” x 0.44” and weighs 5.71 ounces, offering up to 5.33 hours of battery life with 320 hours standby. The Phone is available for $199 with two-year contract on T-Mobile, but can be bought on Amazon for just $149 with contract.
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Review Roundup: Apple MacBook Air 13-inch (2010)

Along with introduction of the new 11-inch MacBook Air, Apple also updated the 13-inch MacBook Air last month. Like the 11-inch model, the new 13-inch also got solid state flash storage, higher resolution (1440 x 900) screen, faster NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics and thinner profile (0.11-inches at its thinnest and 0.68-inches at its thickest). Additionally, the 13-inch model also brings SD card slot and faster processor.
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November 9, 2010

Review Roundup: Samsung Focus (Windows Phone 7)

Samsung Focus is the second Windows Phone 7 handset that starting shipping today on AT&T. The Phone features 4-inch Super-AMOLED screen, 5-megapixel camera, 1GHz processor, 8GB onboard storage, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and microSD card slot. The phone weighs 4.07 ounces and measures 4.84” x 2.56” x 0.39”. It offers 6.5 hours of talk time and 10.4 days of standby time. Samsung Focus is available on AT&T priced $199.99 with two year contract.
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November 8, 2010

Review Roundup: HTC Surround (Windows Phone 7)

HTC Surround in one of the first Windows Phone 7 handset shipping in US on AT&T. The phone features a 3.8-inch touchscreen, 5-megapixel camera, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, slide-out speaker, 16GB onboard storage, WiFi b/g, Bluetooth and GPS. The phone measures 4.2” x 2.4” x 0.5” and weighs 5.8 ounces with up to 4 hours of talk time and 11 days standby. HTC Surround is available on AT&T priced $199 with two-year contract and can be bought on Amazon for $99.99 with contract.
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November 6, 2010

Review Roundup: Apple MacBook Air 11-inch

Apple introduced the new 11-inch MacBook Air in October, which replaced mechanical hard drive with solid state flash storage delivering instant-on responsiveness like an iPad and up to 5 hours of battery life with 30 days of standby time. The new MacBook Air measures an incredibly thin 0.11-inches at its thinnest point and 0.68-inches at its thickest, and weighs just 2.3 pounds.
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November 5, 2010

Panasonic Introduces LUMIX GF2 Company’s Smallest and Lightest Digital Interchangeable Lens System Camera

Panasonic announced the LUMIX DMC-GF2, the latest of the company's DSL Micro (DSLM) compact mirrorless cameras, which is Panasonic's smallest and lightest interchangeable lens system camera – complete with a built-in flash. The LUMIX GF2 is compatible with lenses from the Micro Four Thirds standard, meaning the system is small and compact, while not compromising ease of operation or image quality. Even more, the LUMIX GF2 is compatible with Panasonic's new 3D interchangeable lens, the LUMIX G 12.5mm / F12, so users can take 3D photos.
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November 4, 2010

Review Roundup: Windows Phone 7

Microsoft launched their new Window Phone 7 operating system for smartphones in October 2010. Devices based on the new OS started shipping in Europe on October 21st and will ship in US in November. Microsoft’s motto for Windows Phone 7 design was “Get to everything you love. Easier and faster.” To achieve this motto Microsoft has designed the new Live Tiles interface that brings all the latest information to the start screen, and the new Hub feature that brings things like social networking, multimedia, Office apps and gaming together in various Hubs.
Below we have added links to 10 most comprehensive reviews of Windows Phone 7:
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November 3, 2010

Four Features Apple iOS Should Copy From Android

Fortune has posted an article titled “10 ways Android beats iOS, Windows and everything else”. Out of the 10 ways that author Seth Weintraub wrote in the article, we think 4 features or ways are very important and we believe Apple should copy them from Android. Apple should bring the following four features to iOS:
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iPhone The Top Selling Handset, But Android The Top OS in US Smartphone Market

In past few days, market research firms NPD and Canalys have posted smartphone market share data highlighting Android’s growth as OS leader and iPhone 4’s dominance as top selling handset. Both Google and Apple gained, as RIM lost its smartphone market share.
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October 30, 2010

MacBook Air 11-inch Not So Much A Netbook As It May Seem

Many bloggers and even some reviewers are calling the new 11-inch MacBook Air Apple’s premium netbook rather than a laptop or notebook. Their conclusions are based on screen size and smaller storage and not on actual performance of the new laptop. If you look at performance figures of the 11-inch MacBook Air a totally different picture emerges. To find out where MacBook Air stands, lets compare performance of the new laptop with some popular netbooks.
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October 22, 2010

Apple Passes RIM to Become No. 2 in Global Smartphone Market

Latest data from research firm Strategy Analytics show that Apple has captured second place in global smartphone market overtaking RIM. Nokia with 26.6 million devices is still the number one company when it comes to smartphones with 34.4% market share, which dropped from 37.8 percent in previous year.
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October 21, 2010

Initial Hands-on Impressions of New MacBook Air

Yesterday, Apple released their new completely redesigned MacBook Air, featuring solid-state flash storage in place of hard drive and instant-on capability. The new MacBook Air comes in two models with 11-inch and 13-inch screen and up to 7 hours of battery life. Hardware configuration of 11.6-inch (1366 x 768) model is 1.4GHz Core 2 Duo processor, NVIDIA 320M graphics and 64GB or 128GB storage. The 13.3-inch (1440 x 900) model comes with 1.86GHz Core 2 Duo processor, NVIDIA 320M graphics and 128GB or 256GB storage. Many blogs and tech websites have posted their first impressions of the new MacBook Air and here’s what they have to say:
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Leaked Images Show Verizon iPhone 4 Prototype

A website called Richy Rich has posted images of CDMA iPhone 4 (codename N92) running verification tests. The author of the post wrote:
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October 20, 2010

Apple Introduces iLife ’11 With Major Upgrades to iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand

Apple today introduced iLife ’11, a major upgrade that gives Mac users even more great ways to create and share photos, movies and music. iPhoto ’11 has a whole new look, with stunning full screen modes for Faces, Places and Events. iMovie ’11 makes it easier than ever to edit videos and quickly transform them into fun theatrical trailers for easy posting online. GarageBand ’11 introduces new ways to improve your playing and create great sounding songs with Flex Time and Groove Matching. Free with every new Mac, iLife ’11 is available as a $49 upgrade for existing users.
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Apple Introduces New Slimmer and Lighter MacBook Air

Apple today unveiled an all-new MacBook Air, the first of a next generation of notebooks, which will replace mechanical hard disks and optical drives with Internet services and solid-state flash storage. These next generation notebooks are:
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Live Coverage: Apple ‘Back to the Mac’ Event Today at 1PM EST / 10AM PST

That's all from the presentation. We will be shortly posted detailed information about each of the announcements that Apple made today on TechzTalk.
  • Steve is showing new MacBook Air introductory video.
  • The new MacBook AIR start at $999. You get 1.4GHz processor, 2GB RAM and 64GB storage. For $1,199 you get 128Gb storage. The 13.3-inch model comes with 1.86GHz processor and is priced $1,299 for 128GB storage and $1,599 for 256GB storage.
  • Along with 13.3-inch model Apple is introducing a 11.6 inch model that weigh just 2.3 pounds. 11.6-inch model has same hardware configuration as 13.3-inch model.
  • MacBook Air has no optical or hard drive. The hard drive is replaced by Apple designed flash storage. The MacBook Air has 7 hours battery life and 30 days standby compared to 3 hours offer by similar notebooks.
  • The new Air has 13.3 inch screen 1440 x900, Core 2 Duo processor, NVIDIA 320M graphics and FaceTime camera.
  • Apple introduces new MacBook Air and it is 0.68 -inch thick at the thickest point and only 0.11-inch thick at the thinnest. It has full unibody construction.
  • One More thing, Apple will bring features found on iPad to other mobile devices.
  • Apple will release Mac App Store for Snow Leopard within 90 days and developers can submit app in November.
  • That's all Apple is showing and will release Mac OS X Lion in Summer 2011.
  • The Mission Control feature allow you to see everything that is running on Mac including full screen apps, desktop, and dashboard by using gestures.
  • All the apps can work in full screen and you can use multi touch gestures to switch between full screen, Mac desktop and dashboard.
  • Launchpad arranges all the app like iPad and once you click a app Launchpad disappears. Launchpad even has folder feature like iOS.
  • The Mac App Store looks exactly like iPhone and iPad App Store.
  • Craig is on stage to give demo Mac OS X Lion.
  • Mac App Store will follow iPhone App Store with similar rules. The apps will be saved in Launchpad.
  • Mac products will have multi touch but not on the screen. new multi touch features will be added to trackpad, magic mouse and magic trackpad.
  • Mac OS X will have iOS features integration with features like multi touch, App store, App home screens, full screen apps, auto save apps and auto resume apps.
  • Steve is talking about philosophy behind the new Mac OS X Lion.
  • Now a sneak peek of Mac OS X Lion.
  • Beta of FaceTime is available today for Mac.
  • Steve is now talking about FaceTime. He says that FaceTime is the first real video call application. Steve is introducing FaceTime for Mac, it work just like on the iPhone and iPod touch. Steve is demoing FaceTime.
  • iLife '11 will be free with every new Mac and the upgrade for old Mac is just $49.
  • The how did i play feature tells you how are you playing the instrument in real time. And help the learning process.
  • Garageband has learn to play feature with added lessons for piano and guitar.
  • The Groove matching features matches all the instruments in to a groove.
  • Steve is back on. And now Garageband '11 that comes with Flex Time, Groove matching, more guitar amp and new feature How did I Play.
  • He is now showing trailers created using the Movie Trailer feature on iMovie.
  • The technology Apple is bring to iMovie is exceptional and it is highlighted in the Movie Trailer feature.
  • He is now showing new Movie Trailer feature that can be used to make movie trailer like short movie.
  • Now One Step Effect, he shows instant reply and hold last frame effects.
  • Randy is on stage to show new iMove features. He is showing audio editing feature with real time editing and audio effects.
  • Steve is back and he is talking about iMovie '11. He says that the number one request for iMovie was better audio editing. So the new features are One step effects, People finder and new audio editing.
  • Phil is showing how letter pressed cards are made.
  • iPhoto also has a book shelves that keep all the book projects and cards made by you.
  • Making books in iPhoto is now easier with a carousel view and it imports all the photos based on rating and logically arranges them.
  • Emailing multiple photos from iPhoto is easier and it has different templates that you can use to create an email.
  • The Album view looks more like iPad Photo app and it can get live photos from FaceBook and Flickr.
  • Phil is now on stage talking about iPhoto. He is showing complete iPhoto app working in full screen mode. You can use all the features on iPhoto in full screen now. Like Place, Faces and Events.
  • iPhoto '11 has new full screen mode, FaceBook enhancement and main other features.
  • iLife '11 has the same five apps, I don't see iDVD in it.
  • Steve is back on stage and he is now talking about iLife.
  • Tim is now talking about Apple Stores and revenue generated by those store.
  • Mac is adding 30,000 developers every month with developers like Valve and Autodesk.
  • He says Mac share for US Consumer market is 20.7 percent.
  • He invites the Tim on stage and he is talking about Mac revenue, which was $22 billion for Mac last year.
  • Steve is on stage. "Good morning. Thank you for coming this morning."
  • The 'Back to the Mac' event is about to start, some jazz music playing in the background.
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We will be doing live coverage of Apple’s ‘Back to the Mac’ event today October 20th at 1PM EST and 10AM PST. Rumors are Steve Jobs will introduce Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, new MacBook Air and updated iLife ’11. Join us for the live coverage at at 10AM PST, 12PM CST, 1PM EST and 6PM London.

Till the event starts you can check out the Rumor Roundup for the Back to the Mac event.

Rumor Roundup for Apple’s ‘Back to the Mac’ Event

Last week, Apple sent out invitation for their ‘Back to the Mac’ event and rumor-mill started in full force. Rumors range from believable reports that Apple will update the MacBook Air to almost unbelievable report that Apple will introduce 7-inch iPad. Below is a list of rumors that we think might come true today:
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October 19, 2010

Andy Rubin’s Tweet Proves Steve Jobs was Right About Android Openness

At Apple’s financial results call yesterday, CEO Steve Jobs questioned Android’s openness and called Android “fragmented” rather than open platform. This has provoked Google’s Android guy Andy Rubin to retaliate on Twitter. He tweeted “the definition of open” highlighting that anyone can download and modify source code for Android. But as you can see even his tweet would mean gibberish for 99 percent of Android users.
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October 11, 2010

Hitachi Introduces Display Based on MEMS (Microelectromechanical Systems) Technology

Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) based displays are trying to replace the LCDs in portable electronics. Qualcomm has already shown their mirasol display technology based on MEMS earlier this year in sizes ranging from 3- to 7-inch. And now Hitachi is joining the bandwagon with their 2.5-inch display prototype based on MEMS.
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October 8, 2010

Apple News: iTunes Subscription Service, 7-inch iPad Ready, and Orders for Qualcomm CDMA iPhone Chip

New York Post is reporting that Apple is working on iTunes subscription service. The new service will provide customers unlimited access to complete iTunes catalog for a monthly fee of $10 to $15. Claire Atkinson of NY Post wrote, “Apple iTunes boss Eddy Cue was on the phone with music honchos as recently as a few weeks ago trying to figure out how the partners can move forward. One top music exec said the labels are supportive of the idea and believe it could re-energize digital music sales.” NY post didn’t say when this subscription service is coming.
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New e-Display Technology Brings Low Power Requirement of E-ink to Color Displays

University of Cincinnati has developed a new display technology that combines best of both the worlds, low power requirement of E-ink technology with faster response time and color saturation of LCD screens. The new display uses eletrofluidic technology and is called “zero-power” e-Display.
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October 7, 2010

Review Roundup: Apple iPod shuffle (2010)

Apple introduced new redesigned iPod shuffle earlier this month that brought back much requested clickable ring buttons along with VoiceOver technology for easier music and playlist navigation. The new iPod shuffle comes in five colors – silver, blue, green, orange, and pink with 50% more battery life rated at 15 hours and priced $49 for 2GB storage.
Below we have added links to 8 best iPod shuffle reviews available online:
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After Antennagate, Glassgate (Cracking Back Glass) Could be The Next Big iPhone 4 Issue

Ryan Block of gdgt is reporting that Apple engineering team has discovered another design flaw in the new iPhone 4 and is working hard for preemptive damage control. Dust particle could get stuck in the slide on iPhone 4 cases and cause unexpected scratching on the glass surface leading to full-on cracking. Ryan wrote in GDGT newsletter:
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Logitech Debuts First Google TV Box Revue

Logitech today unveiled Logitech Revue with Google TV, a plug-and-play companion box with its Logitech Keyboard controller, which together provide seamless control over the Google TV experience and home-entertainment devices. Along with Revue, Logitech also launched Logitech TV Cam, Logitech Mini Controller and Vid HD service for video calling. Logitech describes the new Revue as follows.
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October 6, 2010

Smaller 7-inch iPad Model Coming in Q1 2011

The third Apple related rumor of the day comes courtesy of Ticonderoga Securities analyst Brain White, who is in Asia talking to various component suppliers for Apple products. He is reporting that next iteration of the iPad will debut in first quarter of 2011 and it will have a smaller 7-inch screen compared to 9.7-inch on current iPad model. The 7-inch screen will be high-resolution, Retina display like the iPhone 4. The iPad will also have a micro or mini USB, a camera and up to 128GB storage.
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WSJ: Verizon iPhone Really Coming and Apple Developing New iPhone Models

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple is readying Verizon iPhone. Manufacturing will start by end of this year with shipment by early next year. WSJ posted:
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MacBook Air Update Imminent as Supplies Dry Up

AppleInsider is reporting that MacBook Air supplies have dried up throughout indirect sales channels. Their check showed that out of four Apple authorized resellers they track only one had 1.83GHz MacBook Air in stock and just two had 2.13GHz model in stock. AppleInsider posted:
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Review Roundup: Apple TV (2010)

After almost two years Apple updated the Apple TV earlier this month with focus on streaming content rather than storing content. The new Apple TV is a small black box measuring 3.9” x 3.9” x 0.9” and weighing just 0.6 pounds. It runs on A4 processor and uses iOS like the iPhone 4. It comes with WiFi a/b/g/n support, HDMI, Optical audio, Ethernet, Micro USB port and Apple remote. And, yes it just $99.
Below we have added links to 8 best Apple TV reviews available online:
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October 5, 2010

With AT&T Lockdown on iPhone, Android Continues to Grow

One news that is making rounds around the tech blogosphere today is surge of Android to No. 1 in US smartphone sales. According to the data released by Nielsen, Android has continued its rise in past six months and is now top smartphone platform for new device purchases with 32% market share. RIM and Apple are tied at about 25% share of new smartphone purchases for number two spot.
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Apple iPad Eating Up Netbook Market Share

Last week, Acer Taiwan president Scott Lin said at a press conference that netbooks will not die. He added even though tablet sells are on rise netbooks will still cross 40 million units in 2011, which would be 20% of total notebook shipment in 2011. However, recent quarterly numbers show that netbook sales are falling for past two quarters after seeing triple digit growth in 2008 and 2009.
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October 1, 2010

Apple Starts Sampling Capacitive Touch Panels for Next Gen iMac

DigiTimes is reporting that Sintek Photronics has sent samples of projected capacitive touch panels to Apple to be incorporated in the next generation iMac. It has been rumored for quite sometime that iMac will be the first Mac to get multitouch input support. And a recent patent filed by Apple for touchscreen support on desktops added fuel to the fire.
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September 30, 2010

iPhone 4 Retina Display Superior to Samsung Galaxy S Super AMOLED Display

Since iPhone 4 launch in June, Samsung executives have been claiming that their Super AMOLED display technology is better than Retina display on iPhone 4, specially when it comes to image quality and battery life. However, extensive testing done by DisplayMate shows that Samsung is wrong on both counts. DisplayMate has posted an article comparing the performance of five leading smartphone LCD and OLED displays based on extensive scientific lab measurements together with extensive side-by-side visual tests, incisive evaluations and comparisons.
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Apple Partners with CDMA Giant Qualcomm for Fifth Gen iPhone and Second Gen iPad Baseband Chipsets

AppleInsider is reporting that Apple has finalized component suppliers for its next generation iPhone and iPad lineup. The one major change in the component suppliers is that Qualcomm will replace Infineon for baseband chipset. Infineon supplies the GSM/3G chipsets for current generation iPhone 4 and iPad models, but Qualcomm will replace it in next generation according to Economic Daily News.
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September 29, 2010

Review Roundup: Apple iPod nano (2010)

Apple introduced the redesigned iPod nano featuring a 1.54-inch touchscreen earlier this month. The new iPod nano is half the size and weight of the previous generation and comes with built-in clip, making it instantly wearable. However, to decrease size Apple has removed some important features like camcorder, video playback, microphone and speaker. Basically, Apple has focused only on music playback feature of the iPod nano. It now comes in six colors including silver, graphite, blue, green, orange and pink priced $149 for 8GB model and $179 for 16GB model.
Below we have added links to eight best iPod nano reviews available online:
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September 28, 2010

Bose Enters TV Market with VideoWave Entertainment System

Bose today announced the new VideoWave entertainment system that combines 1080p HD display with surround sound system featuring integrated speakers in TV panel. According to Bose, “This single, integrated system eliminates a roomful of speakers, wires and complexity. And notable advances in simplicity make it our easiest system ever.
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Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 October 26th Launch Date and Review by Macworld

Microsoft announced today that they will start shipping Office for Mac 2011 on October 26 and you can preorder Office for Mac 2011 on Amazon today. Office 2011 Home and Student edition with single license is priced $119.99 and Family Pack with 3 licenses is priced $149.99. Office for Mac Home and Business 2011 is priced $199.99 for single license and $279.99 for two licenses. Microsoft says:
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September 27, 2010

RIM Unveils BlackBerry PlayBook 7-inch Tablet

RIM today unveiled their new BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, which they say is “the first professional tablet”, and also new BlackBerry Tablet OS based on QNX platform. According to RIM, PlayBook includes uncompromised web browsing, true multitasking and high performance multimedia, while also providing advanced security features, out-of-the-box enterprise support and a breakthrough development platform for IT departments and developers.
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September 24, 2010

Roku Introduces Roku HD, XD and XDS Players with 1080p Support; and Roku XDS Review

Roku has introduced new Roku streaming player with up to 1080p HD streaming support and instant Replay. There are three new Roku models: the entry-level Roku HD at $59.99; the Roku XD with Wireless-N and 1080p, and the top-of-the-line Roku XDS, which adds dual-band wireless technology and extensive connectivity options for home entertainment systems.
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CDMA iPhone 4 Production Starting in November and 7-inch iPad Design Finalized

DigiTimes is reporting that Pegatron Technology is expected to begin volume production of CDMA version of iPhone 4 in November with total shipments likely to reach 3-4 million units in the first three months and 10 million by mid of 2011. It has been rumored that Apple will use Pegatron as their manufacturing partner for CDMA version of the iPhone, as Foxconn is having a difficult time meeting demand for GSM version of iPhone 4, which has been very successful with record breaking sales.
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Review Roundup: Apple iPod touch (2010)

Earlier this month, Apple updated their iPod lineup and introduced the new iPod touch featuring new Retina display, FaceTime video calling, HD video recording, A4 chip, 3-axis gyro, iOS 4.1 and Game Center. Apple brought all the stunning features of iPhone 4 to the iPod touch, except the new case design and 5-megapixel camera with LED flash. The iPod touch is available in 8GB model priced $229, 32GB model priced $299 and 64GB model priced $399.
Below we have added links to 10 Best iPod touch reviews. Check them out:
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September 22, 2010

BlackBerry Tablet and New OS Coming Next Week

WSJ is reporting that RIM plans to join the tablet race with a 7-inch tablet that will be introduced at BlackBerry developer conference in San Francisco, along with a new OS for the tablet. WSJ’s Phred Dvorak wrote:
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