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Apple

It’s not always sunny in Cupertino: How one botched app predicts a cloudy future

Opinion: Is Apple’s awful new Podcasts app the first of many post-Jobs blunders to come, or just a stutter step?
Apple

Marvel Vs Capcom 2 hits iOS next week

Capcom's greatest crossover fighter to date is scheduled for release on your local Apple-branded gadget on April 25.
Cool Tech

Here’s a neat way to recycle your old film cameras

Charge your iPhones and iPods with this unique dock made from a vintage film camera, now buyable from Etsy.
Apple

Does the next iPod Nano really need a camera?

An Apple iPod Nano prototype with a camera has been leaked, suggesting the previously removed feature could make a return soon. But does anyone really want an iPod Nano with a camera?
Apple

Neil Young’s plan to make digital music sound 20 times better

Neil Young explains his push for the music and tech industries to develop a new lossless audio format and a new type of iPod-like device to play it. He also addresses the lack of danger from piracy and talks about the late Steve Jobs…
Apple

Rumor: Apple partnering with Target to open 25 mini-stores

Apple is rumored to be planning to latch on to Target by opening up 25 new mini-stores within certain locations.
Apple

Apple’s Jonathan Ive awarded British knighthood

Sure, he lives in the United States, but Apple's Jonathan Ive - the man behind the design of everything from the iMac to the iPhone - can now be called "Sir."
Apple

Batman-like armored iPhone dock brings mobile protection for you and your smartphone

Suit up with the Batman-like BodyGuard armored iPhone dock from Armstar.
Android Army

Google activates 3.7 million Android devices over Christmas, but Apple still wins

Google's Andy Rubin says that Android activations reached 3.7 million devices over Christmas, but a breakdown of numbers shows that Apple's Christmas activations may almost double Google's.
Android Army

Apple and Google independently developing wearable, reality augmenting smartphones

Rumors are flying about Apple and Google both developing their own versions of wearable, augmented reality smartphone devices.