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Apple Is Testing Bigger Screens for iPhone and iPad

David Smothers July 22, 2013

The Wall Street Journal is adding weight to rumors of growing iPhone screens sizes, publishing a report which suggests that Apple is testing larger displays for both the iPhone and iPad. Citing sources at suppliers in Asia, the newspaper claims that Apple is testing a 12.9-inch iPad design, alongside a range of prototype iPhones with… Continue Reading »

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FT: Apple Hiring Blitz Suggests the iWatch Is a Way Off

David Smothers July 15, 2013

A few months ago, a rash of headlines suggested you’d be wearing an iWatch on your wrist by the end of the year. They were almost certainly wrong—and now a Financial Times report suggests we could be in for an even longer wait. The FT report explains that, according to sources, Apple has been aggressively… Continue Reading »

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Reuters: Apple Considering 5.7-Inch iPhone and Budget $100 Model

David Smothers June 13, 2013

Reuters is reporting that Apple is planning to extend its range of iPhones with new larger-screened phones and a colourful lower-cost version. Sources, “including those in the supply chain in Asia”, have told Reuters that Apple is considering new phones which boast screens of 4.7 and 5.7 inches. The sources claim that, if Apple goes… Continue Reading »

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Leak Reinforces Rumors of “Always Connected” Future Xbox

David Smothers March 20, 2013

A new leak seems to reinforce claims that Microsoft’s next-generation “Durango” Xbox will require mandatory game installation and have an “always on, always connected” internet policy. The leak, from VGleaks and reported by Verge, provides screen shorts from an Xbox Development Kit (XDK) for Microsoft’s upcoming console. Those grabs state that each new console will house a hard drive with… Continue Reading »

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T-Mobile Reportedly Planning Layoffs Prior To MetroPCS Merger

David Smothers March 7, 2013

Earlier this morning, the US Department of Justice gave the T-Mobile / MetroPCS merger  its official green light in the form of a 30-day waiting period, which expires is there are no objections made within those 30 days. But it looks as though T-Mobile is a little too eager to get the merger ball rolling as it… Continue Reading »

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Rumor: Intel in Discussions to Produce Apple Chips

David Smothers March 7, 2013

Reuters is reporting that Intel has been in rather unlikely discussions that could pave the way for the processor giant producing chips to Apple specifications. A source “close to one of the companies”claims that executives from both Apple and Intel have met over the past year to discuss the idea of Intel making chips on a contract… Continue Reading »

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Samsung Galaxy S IV renders leaked, reveal no front button on phone

David Smothers March 5, 2013

Samsung won’t officially show off its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S IV, until next week, but some purported legitimate renders of the S IV have already surfaced. As you can see, the S IV has taken a step back in time in terms of its shape, as the corners are much less round compared… Continue Reading »

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WSJ: Google Has Developed a Touchscreen Device Which Uses Chrome OS

David Smothers February 21, 2013

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google has developed a touchscreen laptop which runs its Chrome operating system—and suggests they’ll go on sale later this year. The Journal’s sources, however, are short on extra detail: there’s no word on which hardware manufacturers are working on the devices, nor exactly when it will go on sale. And… Continue Reading »

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Leaked Images Show Off Sony’s New Advanced Amateur Camera Arsenal

David Smothers February 18, 2013

These leaked press images, purportedly direct from Sony, show off two of the company’s hopes for luring in advanced amateurs—with entry-level interchangeable lens cameras. Snagged by Digicam Info, the images show off two purported new cameras. On the left is the Alpha A58, packing ergonomic tweaks, a new 18-55mm, f/3.5-5.6 II kit lens and—if rumors… Continue Reading »

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Apple Is Messing Around with a Curved Display iOS Watch

David Smothers February 11, 2013

The tablet revolution has arrived and stabilized and now everybody’s scrambling for the next big thing. Google’s quite publicly doing its whole glasses thing, but Apple’s been characteristically quiet about any fancy new digs. Now, the New York Times isreporting that Apple’s got an iOS watch in development, but deep, deep, deeeeep under cover. The… Continue Reading »

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