Beyonce Facetimes With Fan During Concert

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During her concert in Adelaide, Australia, Beyonce “Facetimed” with one lucky fan. As she was singing her hit single Irreplaceable, and shaking the hands of front row fans, the world famous starlet noticed one fan on their iPhone.  “This is a first,” she said as she grabbed the phone, and smiled into the iPhone camera. “Hi, he’s doing […]

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iPhone 5 Gets More Positive Reaction on Twitter Than 4S

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The iPhone 5 is already off to a better start than the iPhone 4S, at least in terms of consumer feedback. Nearly 40% of tweets posted about the iPhone 5 from the day it was announced until Friday morning were positive, according to data provided to Mashable from the social media research firm Crimson Hexagon. Most […]

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New iPod Touch to Feature Bigger Screen

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The new iPod touch, due to be released this fall, will feature a 4-inch screen, just like the upcoming next-generation iPhone, Japanese blog Macotakara reports. The new device will also sport the A5 processor — the same one that iPhone 4S has — and a case with an aluminum back that’s similar to the iPad’s. […]

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No One Wins in South Korea’s Chapter of Apple vs. Samsung

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Although the trial in a San Jose, Calif. courtroom has been garnering the lion’s share of attention lately in the ongoing patent war between Apple and Samsung, the two companies have ongoing litigation worldwide. One of those skirmishes, in South Korea, just reached a verdict. A South Korean court delivered a split decision between the […]

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2014 iPhone Photography Award Winners Prove That Amazing Photos Can Be Taken Without An Expensive Camera

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With the advent of ever-improving smartphone camera technology, the digital SLR’s exclusive dominance in the world of quality photography is slowly crumbling. Smartphone users around the world are proving that a good photographer’s eye is far more important for taking a good photograph than your photographic hardware, so the IPPAWARDS (iPhone Photography Awards) were created […]

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5 Totally Crazy Facts About the iPhone

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No one anticipated the iPhone’s meteoric rise when it was first introduced in 2007. Critics complained that, unlike the BlackBerry, the touchscreen phone was too hard to type on. It was too expensive. And it had to be on the AT&T network. Little did those critics know that, five years later, the rectangle with rounded […]

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Ex-Apple Employee Wants to Create the Best Toy Blocks Ever

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Imagine a child’s building blocks. Now imagine them moving around, lighting up and even interacting with each other, while being controlled by your iPhone. That’s the idea behind ATOMS, a Kickstarter project that launched Monday. Ex-Apple employee Michael Rosenblatt assembled the Seamless Toy Company from the startup scene in Boulder, Colo. over the past few […]

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What Does Apple’s Swift Programming Language Mean for iOS Developers?

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In our latest Ask A Developer video, iOS Engineer Chris Gibbs discusses how Swift is changing the game for iOS developers. Don’t forget to check out our Ask a Dev YouTube channel and subscribe for more developer news and information. Our developer experts are from Mutual Mobile, a leading development and design firm that builds […]

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