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New Apple Patent Hints at iPhone of the Future

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A new release by the US Patent and Trademark Office is giving us an idea about how Apple’s iPhone might look like in the future.

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Quickoffice Available Free For Google Apps for Business Users

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Google Apps users can now use the Quickoffice app for editing Microsoft Office documents on iPhone and Android as well, and it’s available for free.

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Kantar Worldpanel: Android and Windows Phone Gain Market Share

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Even though the iPhone continues to be the talk of the town, iOS actually lost 3.5% market share in the United States compared to the same period last year. By contrast, Android gained nearly 6% market share compared to last year.

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BioAid: An iPhone Hearing Aid App

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The BioAid app, from a group of scientists at the University of Essex, converts the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad into hearing aids.

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T-Mobile Drops Cellphone Contracts

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T-Mobile has become the first of the big four US-based carriers to do away with service contracts.

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SatSleeve Turns Your iPhone into a Satellite Phone

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Stuck in the middle of nowhere and need to make a phone call on your iPhone? You are out luck buddy, unless you happen to have the SatSleeve.

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Apple Posts Lame Excuses Why the iPhone is Better than the Galaxy S4

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Apple has launched another half hearted attack at the Samsung and their new Galaxy S4. Apple claims iPhone is still the world's best smartphone.

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New Rumor Claims ‘Budget’ iPhone Will Use Qualcomm Processor

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According to a new report by China Times, the budget-oriented iPhone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC.

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Sprint To Launch BlackBerry Q10, Not the Blackberry Z10

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Sprint will be launching the BlackBerry Q10, a QWERTY BlackBerry 10 device, on their network, instead of the BlackBerry Z10 which is headed to AT&T, Verizon and T-mobile in the very near future.

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iPhone 5 Was World’s Best Selling Smartphone in Q4 2012

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Coming out on top, Apple’s iPhone 5 was sold an estimated 27.4 million times worldwide during the fourth quarter of 2012.

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Cheaper iPhone Coming in June, Claims Analyst at Topeka Capital

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The latest "cheaper iPhone" rumor comes from Topeka Captial that says they are now confident that such a device is coming as early as June of this year.

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Apple “iPhablet” to make an appearance in 2014?

Apple is quickly being left behind in the smartphone market due to their continued use of smaller screens, but does this mean that a larger iPhablet is on the way? Barclays Capital analyst Ben Reitzes seems to think so. Although Apple moved from a 3.5-inch display to a larger 4-inch panel on the iPhone 5, many customers are moving away ...

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Suction Cup Viewfinder Adds a Touch of Professionalism to Your iPhone Camera

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One such factor that doesn't find it's way onto an iPhone is a viewfinder, something that is important for photographers to gain better focus on their shots. However, a new accessory from Photojojo gives smartphone users such a tool.

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LG Overtakes Apple in U.S. Handset Market Sales

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When it comes to United States smartphone sales, Apple is clearly king controlling a record 53 % of US smartphone market. Looking at the bigger picture of all handset sales (feature and smartphone combined), Apple has solidly kept in second place ever since the release of the iPhone 4S-- until now. A new report suggests that LG has taken the 2nd place spot, knocking Apple to third overall.

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Apple Denies the Idea of Making a Cheaper iPhone Model

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Recently we reported on a resurfaced rumor suggesting that Apple might be working on a cheaper version of the iPhone. At the time we said it seemed out of character for Apple, and unless it was aimed at the Chinese market, it was probably not too likely.

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