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Today we’ve managed to get the Samsung Series 9 ultra-portable laptop to review for you guys. With a very thin and lightweight design, the Samsung Series 9 900X3A laptop is very similar to the Apple MacBook Air. As well as this, some very impressive hardware is also present with a 1.4GHz Intel Core i5-2537M processor and 4GB of RAM. We’re expecting great things from the Samsung Series 9; so let’s take a closer look…
If you’ve got one hell of a good memory, you might remember the Dockem Universal Phone and Tablet Wall Mount that we reviewed last year. Well, the creators and designers, Chris and Colby Moyer, have recently announced their brand new product, the Koala Mount for iPad.
A number of Apple patents, showing how they hope to implement hydrogen fuel cells into future products, have now been released. The proposed plans could mean drastically longer battery lives for future Apple products.
Published in Technology News | Written by Chris
Apple has finally released its iTunes Match cloud music service to the UK and various other countries. For a fee, Apple scans users’ libraries, allowing songs to be replaced with higher quality versions. These can then be accessed from other Apple devices.
The battery issue, affecting many iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S users running iOS 5.0.1, is apparently nearing the end, with Apple releasing the new iOS 5.1 Beta to iOS developers.
It appears that Apple has lost a battle with a Chinese company who own the name “iPad 2″. This situation between the Chinese law and Apple could see the iPad 2 being banned from China.
The latest kid on the block, Siri, has been subject to some abuse recently. The latest comes in the form of what Siri’s views are on abortion. (I know, this news keeps getting more and more ridiculous by the hour…)
According to some of the latest reports, Apple are looking to finally embrace 4G LTE networks to give iPhone 5 and iPad 3 customers a much needed mobile internet speed boost.
According to recent report, it is being heard that Apple is planning to unveil a larger MacBook Air at the beginning of next year.