New iPhone 5 Concept Renderings

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The iPhone 5, or the “New iPhone” which some people are calling it, will most likely come with a larger screen, thinner form factor and 4G LTE.  But in all reality, we have no idea what it will look like. Perhaps Apple will go towards a more iPod-esque design, reverting back to the natural curves of the 3GS, or they may go with a larger, boxy iPhone 4 style.  ADR has come up with their latest vision of how the iPhone 5 will look like, and they are also speculating on some of its features.

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Incase Sonic Headphones Review: They Made Titanium Soft and Warm

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Incase has several sets of headphones in addition to their extensive line of iPhone and iPad cases. The company went ahead and slipped these bad boys into all the Apple Stores, which is where I saw it. I thought, damn that’s a nice headphone box, I wonder what the headphones sound like.

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NAMM 2012: i-Tab V5 Demo’d: First Look At M8 Android Tablet And App

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i-Tab has been at it for several years now, we saw the company first announce their portable guitar tab and songbook device back in 2010. At NAMM I had the opportunity to speak with i-tab CEO Andy Hirst who gave me the rundown.

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NAMM 2012: First Look At The Alesis AmpDock For iPad

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Alesis released their new AmpDock yesterday at NAMM 2012, we got to get a first hand look at its features and specs. The AmpDock supports both the iPad and iPad 2, so we’re assuming it will work with the iPad 3 when that is released too as it looks like their’s quite a bit of play in the mounting area for variations in design.

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iPhone 5 Could Have Quad-Core A6: Code Found In iOS 5.1 Beta

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Will we hear about an iPhone 5 announcement soon with a typical June launch date? Will that iPhone 5 have a dual-core A6 processor? All are speculation at this time, Apple could have put this code in to make competitors nervous, but Apple is a company that actually does things rather than make it look like their doing things.

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iOS 5 Untethered Jailbreak “near ready” Demo Video

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The caching issues have been taken care of, the A5 cache is not a problem anymore. He fixed it by “doing the untether in a single thread and by flushing all the dcache then all the icache in a row at a strategical point of the process.”

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A Skinny Little iPad 2 Keyboard Review

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I’m writing the review of a device I am writing about using the device I am writing about. If it wasn’t such a painful experience this review may have been a bit more positive, but since I have chosen to write the review from the very device I am testing you’re going to get a raw insight in to how it performs.

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MacBook Pro Lion OCZ SSD VS. 7200 RPM Seagate Bootup Comparison

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Some of you may be on the fence about going down the SSD route. Well, we’ve decided to do a bootup comparison of two nearly identical MacBook Pro models. Both are 2.5Ghz MacBook Pro 15″ with 2GB RAM running a fresh copy of Lion. The difference however, is the one on the left has a 7200RPM 500GB Seagate hard drive with those spinning disc platter things that take forever. And on the right, a freshly loaded 120GB OCZ Vertex 2 SSD harddrive.

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Video: Samsung Galaxy Note With S Pen

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Samsung has released a commercial showing off their new 5.3-inch smartphone? tablet? They aren’t even sure what it is. Regardless, the screen is massive and the battery may be terrible, but its too soon to tell. The Galaxy Note will have a HSPA+ quad band and 4G LTE, EDGE/GPRS quad band modem, a dual core 1.4Ghz processor,

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GridSearch Will Change The Way You Fast Forward Videos Forever

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GridSearch demo’d their software @failcon today in San Francisco. GridSearch is an HTML5 platform primarily targeted to your service provider that will enable you to easily skip and find specific scenes within a video by giving you a visual grid of scenes divided by 32 second intervals.

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