Apple Magic trackpad on sale

It looks like a keyless keyboard, nearly 80 percent larger than the built-in trackpad on the MacBook Pro, and looks same as previously leaked photos of the device. Priced at $69, the gesture based device is a new category of input device for Apple desktop and laptops. The trackpad is expected to get popular among…

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iPhone 4 coming to Canada and 16 more countries on Friday

Despite the antenna problem, Apple is releasing iPhone 4 in 17 more countries on Friday, July 30. Apple will release the smartphone in both retail and online stores in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, New Zealand, Singapore, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. In Canada, the unlocked version of…

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Apple’s latest antenna target – Droid X

After the report published by Consumer Reports about the iPhone 4 antenna problem, it seems, Apple has taken the issue a bit more seriously. After the iPhone 4 press conference last week, Apple has posted a few new pages on the issue in its website including, new antenna performance page. The page highlights how several…

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Apple Trackpad FCC approved ?

A mystery Apple hardware has appeared in the U.S. Federal Communications Commission’s online database. It appears to be the "Magic Trackpad" or "Magic Slate" device that has been rumored since last year. Last month Engadget posted some photos of similar device. The hardware looks more like Apple keyboard sans keys. Is it another example of…

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iPad coming to 9 more countries on July 23

By the end of this week, Apple iPads will also be sold in 9 more countries in addition to the 10 countries where iPads are currently sold. The new addition to the ‘iPad available’ countries are Austria, Belgium, Hong Kong, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand and Singapore. According to a press release dated July…

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Apple computer – time-line (1976 – 2010)

Two high school buddies, both named Steven, founded Apple Computer in 1976. Since then, Apple Computer has repeatedly been at the forefront of technology design and innovation. Some key mile-stones in the company’s history are listed below: 1976 – Apple Computer is founded on April 1 by Steven Wozniak and Steven Jobs. The Apple I…

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iPhone bumpers for free, Apple admits to antenna issues

Apple CEO Steve Jobs told that Apple “screwed up” with the signal algorithm of iPhone 4. Jobs was unhappy on the issue being blown out of proportion. Jobs was talking in a press meet organized to talk about the Antenna problem in new iPhone. Apple was dismissing the antenna problem by telling the consumers to…

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Apple risked the new iPhone design because Steve Jobs liked it very much

Before the July 16 press meet to deal with the antenna problem of iPhone 4, the Wall Street Journal article, quoting a person familiar with the matter said that Apple is not planning to recall the phone. Quoting another source, WSJ claim, Apple engineers knew of the risks associated with the new antenna design for,…

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iPhone 4 – Apple to meet press, to talk antenna, on July 16

When the antenna issue of the new iPhone, iPhone 4, went beyond Apple’s expectation, Apple has planned a press conference on July 16. The press meet is planned to be held at the company headquarters in Cupertino, California. Shortly after the release of iPhone 4 on June 24, users have complained about problem in reception…

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