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How iOS 6 is elbowing in Google and Facebook’s turf

While iOS 6 has inspired plenty of user backlash, Apple's ability to undermine and intrude on the smartphone industry should look like a threat to Google and Facebook, both of which need to make their stamp on the mobile market.
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iPhone 5’s purple lens haze problem more common than we think (Update)

Apple has responded to the fallout over the iPhone 5's purple lens flare effect, saying it's due to position and the device's smaller camera.
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Quality-control crackdown causing iPhone 5 supply issues, Apple shares knocked

There are no worries about consumer demand for the new iPhone 5 – Apple is selling millions of them. The problem, thanks to its popularity, is on the supply side. However, quality-control issues and component shortages are not helping the…
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Galaxy S3 beats iPhone 4S at awards show, ASUS picks up five prizes

Samsung scored a win over Apple at an awards show in London this week. It was ASUS, however, which turned out to be the biggest winner, scooping five awards in all.
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Apple orders 10 million iPad Mini units, reports say

Apple has reportedly ordered up to 10 million units of its rumored iPad Mini tablet — but production problems could cause delays.
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Is Tesla the next Apple?

Tesla has raced miles ahead of its competitors in a way that calls to mind the glory days of Apple innovation, even if has taken a few government loans to get there.
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Spotlight on Asian import messaging apps gaining traction stateside

Check out these four Asian messaging apps that are commanding a market share rivaling Whatsapp and making their way to U.S. audiences.
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Foxconn denies iPhone 5 plant in China went on strike

Conflicting with previous reports that Foxconn workers halted iPhone 5 production this week, the company refuted the strike claims today.
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Between 2,000 and 3,000 Foxconn QC workers strike, may delay iPhone 5 availability

iPhone 5s may be delayed for those of you that have been waiting. Between 2,000 and 3,000 Foxconn quality control inspectors went on strike today over management neglect.
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Apple’s Passbook isn’t the digital wallet of our times, but it’s sure trying to be

Apple's Passbook ecosystem has room for improvement but third-party developers are optimistic and embracing the digital wallet
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Does tech need another Steve Jobs?

One year after the death of Apple co-founder and visionary CEO Steve Jobs, we must ask: Is consumer technology lost without him?
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Google gets Street View back on the iPhone via Web-based Maps update

If you're an iPhone user who's been missing Google's Street View feature since upgrading to iOS 6, you'll be pleased to know you can now access it via your mobile browser of choice.