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Apple released the first Macintosh computer 30 years ago today, and Cupertino is in party mode. The Apple website has been updated to point to a celebration of the original computer and its descendants.
They were sleepy tree-lined boulevards where people lived and worked, time-worn markets where they came to trade and exquisitely detailed mosques where, throughout the ages, they prayed. All now stand
Apple’s iWork suite of office style apps – Keynote, Numbers, and Pages – was updated this week with password-protected files capability and a number of useful new features added to each of the apps in
LG’s first flexible display smartphone will launch next week in South Korea, with a European launch apparently set for December. The LG G Flex will cost 999,900 Korean Won when it launches on November
After announcing that its Nexus 5 costs $100 more than what Google charges for the handset, T-Mobile said that it doesn’t make a profit on Nexus 5 sales, suggesting that Google is quietly subsidizing device.
Has the pace of innovation been slowing down lately? We’re used to incremental improvements to the existing technology in our smartphones, but big, bold moves are much more exciting. Our expectations higher
Welcome to the Sunday Giveaway! This week we are excited to announce that we are giving away a Nexus 5 (16GB) White or black, your choice. This week’s giveaway is sponsored by the good folks at BitDefender,
After the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S3, the Galaxy Note 2 seems to be the next in line to get the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update, which is apparently available already in service centers. Sam Mobile reports
Apple is said to be working on two curved display iPhone models for the “second half of next year,” according to a source speaking to Bloomberg, with a likely release planned for the third quarter, as