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As most of you Apple iPhone 4S users will know, the battery life on your new device hasn’t been too good since you bought it last month. However Apple recognised the problem and have now released an update to iOS 5, which should fix all of your battery issues as well as a few other bugs.
Both Tim Cook and Peter Oppenheimer, Apple CEO and CFO, respectively, have reportedly suggested that the 7-inch Android tablet from Amazon poses no serious threat to the iPad.
Rovio, the software company behind the bird-flinging app sensation Angry Birds, has released a video showing that the highly addictive game has now been downloaded more than half a billion times across all platforms.
For quite some time, us English folk have had to take the back seat whilst the US sat in the front and effortlessly streamed films and TV straight to their iPads, iPhones and Macs. Well, the wait is now over for the Brits, with early 2012 being stated as the release date for Netflix in the UK.
New figures are suggesting that sales of tablet computers running Google’s Android software increased more than ten-fold this past year, so is this enough to give Apple’s iPad some serious competition?
Gear4, the popular consumer electonics manufacturer, are to release Angry Birds speakers next week, but priced at £69.99 each they’re going to have to be pretty amazing for customers to shell out their hard-earned cash on them.
It’s almost Angry Birds Seasons first birthday; and to celebrate, a new load of Halloween themed levels are set to arrive sometime this month.
Samsung and Apple are already in the midst of an ever-growing out-of-control legal battle. However, this hasn’t stopped Samsung from standing up for themselves and filing new proposed injunctions in both Japan and Australia against the new Apple iPhone 4S.
iCloud is Apple’s brand new service that allows you to backup your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad to the cloud, wirelessly. It’s finally landed here in the UK and brings a whole new way of viewing and managing your media, emails, contacts and photos.
When we reviewed the Philips Fidelio DS3020 back in July, we were very impressed with how clear and crisp the sound quality was, as well as the dynamic bass boost and overall design. Today we have Philips Fidelio DS7700, which offers a much larger speaker due to it being compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch and now iPad, but will the performance match up with the DS3020? Let’s find out…