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Apple to ditch Google Maps in iOS 6, replace with in-house 3D Maps app: report

Apple is expected to replace Google Maps with a new, custom-built Map app with 3D
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Another day, another 7.85-inch iPad mini rumor

A new Apple rumor points toward a 7.85-inch iPad mini being unveiled in October for as little as $200. Oh, and it will have the same high-resolution screen, supposedly.
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FreedomPop iPhone case offers free 4G data, mobile hotspot, extra battery life

As data costs with major wireless providers like AT&T and Verizon continue to rise, an upstart company named FreedomPop is looking to disrupt the space with free 4G service.
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Google+ for iPhone gets a much-needed overhaul

Google+ for iPhone has received a long-awaited makeover that gives the user experience a slick, fluid feel.
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The portable iPhone MetalDock hits all the right angles — literally

Make anywhere you go feel a little more like home with this portable Bracketron MetalDock iPhone station that charges your phone while it doubles as a tabletop clock.
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T-Mobile: iPhone-ready in 2012, 4G LTE in 2013

T-Mobile says that it will be able to offer full 3G speeds for unlocked iPhones by this fall, with its 4G LTE network coming in 2013
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What will it take to make an Apple television a success?

The HDTV business is notoriously cut-throat and low-margin — a departure from Apple's usual territory. What will Cupertino need to do to set itself apart and justify the legendary "Apple Tax."
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Apple iTV: It’s real. I’ve seen it. And it has Siri, FaceTime, says mystery source

Apple iTV rumors are back, this time from someone who claims to have actually seen the mythical television in action.
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Apple to debut $800 MacBook Air this year: rumor

Rumor has it that Apple will release a $799 MacBook Air in the second half of this year. Great! But does it really need to?
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Apple quietly upgrades the iPad 2, improves battery life significantly

While Apple is definitely pushing consumers to purchase the new iPad, the company rolled out a hardware tweak to the iPad 2 that increases the value of the tablet for power users.
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AT&T CEO regrets offering unlimited data plans, worries about SMS competitors

While consumers flocked to AT&T when the first iPhone was launched, the current chief executive for the company wishes that limited, tiered data plans existed since 2007.
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Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview coming to theaters (again)

Next week will see Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview hit theaters, despite the fact that it already did late last year, and wasn't ever really as "lost" as the film's trailer might want you to think.