End of Intel processers in Mac computers ?

Rumors are circulating about Apple dropping Intel chips (Apple replaced PowerPC chips for Intel chips in 2006) to use it’s own ARM based chips in Mac lines of computers. Intel started manufacturing its own microprocessor after it acquire PA Semi in 2008. Apple’s most popular products, iPhone and iPad, are powered by it’s latest A5…

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iPhone 5 rumored to be released in the fall

The launch of the next iPhone model is a complete mystery. Some say Apple might release iPhone 4S before releasing the next major upgrade. But, others believe, the iPhone 5 release might happen during the yearly iPod event usually held in September. BGR has quoted it’s sources telling that next release of iPhone will be…

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‘iPhone nano’ rumor

It is rumored that Apple is preparing a smaller and cheaper iPhone to compete with other smartphones. The smaller iPhone is rumored to be priced at about $200 without a contract. Bloomberg reported that the smaller iPhone to be one-third smaller than the iPhone 4, but using mostly same components found in the current iPhone….

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10$m counterfeit goods including iPhones and iPods seized in LA

LA Times reports that, more than $10 million worth of counterfeit goods were seized by Los Angeles port authorities. The goods include iPhones and iPods. The police has told that the goods look authentic and were shipped from Asia into the US market. Two brothers named Bahram and Edward Zahab, are charged with the business…

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iOS 4.2, latest iPad centric iPhone OS update, released

With the release of iOS 4.2, all the Apple mobile devices, namely iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch run the same operating system. Previously, iPad was running a different version of the OS. With this upgrade, iPad also features multitasking, Apps folder and unified mail inbox. These features were already available in iPhone and iPod touch…

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Google Documents adds mobile editing for Android and iPhone

Google Documents had its mobile version for the last three years but, it was not truly mobile. The mobile version used to be read-only. In a latest announcement from Google, it is rolling out the updated version of Google Docs with edit support. The update will be rolled out in the next few days for…

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Steve Jobs says No to a 7″ iPad

In the Apple’s Quarterly earnings call on Monday night (Oct. 18, 2010), Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, made a surprise appearance to tell that Google’s Android isn’t really an open platform. He also told that he thinks 7″ screen tablet is too small for a better computing experience. This is the answer to the latest rumor…

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