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With iPhone 5, Apple Has Chiseled The Smartphone To Near Perfection

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You pick it up and it almost feels fake. That’s not to say it feels cheap; because it doesn’t — quite the opposite, actually. It just doesn’t seem real. Certainly not to someone who has been holding the iPhone 4/4S for the past two years. It feels like someone took...
With iPhone 5, Apple Has Chiseled The Smartphone To Near Perfection

Apple gains FIPS 140 level 2 cryptographic compliance as it pushes for government business

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Over the last couple of years, Apple has been doing well to absorb the government business that BlackBerry has had locked up for years. They’ve moved to qualify their devices for secure operation in various forms and that includes meeting government cryptographic standards. Earlier this month, Apple was granted its...
Apple gains FIPS 140 level 2 cryptographic compliance as it pushes for government business

Rockstar’s original Max Payne lands in App Store with Retina graphics

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This slideshow requires JavaScript. Rockstar announced a couple weeks back that the iOS port of classic PC, PlayStation 2, and Xbox title Max Payne would be making its way to the App Store on April 12. One day early it looks like the game is already availabe App Stores around...
Rockstar’s original Max Payne lands in App Store with Retina graphics
FreedomPop’s New iPhone Case Promises Free Wireless Data For All

UH OH: Looks Like The Pretty New iPhone Scratches Easily (AAPL)

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Don't put your keys in the same pocket as your iPhone 5. Apple replaced the glass back of the iPhone 4/4s with a aluminum one for the iPhone 5, which goes on sale today. One reason Apple did this was that the glass was too easily shattered and scratched. But...
UH OH: Looks Like The Pretty New iPhone Scratches Easily (AAPL)
T-Mobile offers its customers free season-long streaming access to MLB.com

Apple's Low-Cost iPhone Design Said to Be Mix of iPhone 5 and iPod Touch with iPod Classic Curves

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iLounge follows up its reports from last week about Apple's future iOS device plans with a new report sharing details on Apple's rumored lower-cost iPhone. According to the report, the new device will indeed be constructed primarily of plastic and offers design similarities to the iPhone 5, iPod touch, and...
Apple's Low-Cost iPhone Design Said to Be Mix of iPhone 5 and iPod Touch with iPod Classic Curves
Apple iPhone 5 announced
OtterBox releases iPhone Defender Series battery backup case w/ intelligent power management app
V-moda unveils Vamp Verza: a dockable, device-agnostic headphone amp and DAC for mobile audiophiles

First Looks: Spigen SGP Ava Karen for iPhone 4/4S

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New from Spigen SGP/United SGP is Ava Karen ($48), a trifold wallet-style case for iPhone 4/4S. Despite the "Leather Case" message printed on the inside of the plastic shell, the body is actually composed of faux leather, available in either plain black or embossed brown. The iPhone shell is...
First Looks: Spigen SGP Ava Karen for iPhone 4/4S

Mophie's new Juice Pack Air is heaver than Helium, but will carry you farther

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Mophie announced its second iPhone 5 battery case, the Juicepack Air for iPhone 5 on Monday. Since it’s been just two weeks since its first iPhone 5 battery case was released, one wonders what it could have possibly improved upon. In a word: power. The main feature Mophie improved with...
Mophie's new Juice Pack Air is heaver than Helium, but will carry you farther

Snow Lizard planning solar-charged iPhone 4, 4S case

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Accessory maker Snow Lizard Products are developing a waterproof, rugged iPhone 4/4S case that features a battery pack that is recharged by solar power. The company has opted to fund the project through Kickstarter, hoping that outdoor sports enthusiasts who would need a case that combined extra power and rugged...
Snow Lizard planning solar-charged iPhone 4, 4S case
OtterBox announces new, artsy Studio Collection cases for iPhone 4/4S [Videos]
Best Buy is offering a free -> $150 iPhone 5 trade-in offer, but it may not be your best bet

AOptix Stratus lets iPhone users check ID through eyes, faces, fingers and voices

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The many attempts at weaving biometric identification into mobile devices have usually focused on only one aspect at a time, whether it's fingerprints or voices, and often for access to just the device itself. AOptix isn't quite so narrowly focused. Its new Stratus system combines an app with a...
AOptix Stratus lets iPhone users check ID through eyes, faces, fingers and voices
The V-Moda Vamp: a $650 hybrid iPhone headphone amp and battery case (hands-on)

Smarterflo opens Smarter Stand for iPhone project on Kickstarter

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Smarterflo, the company that successfully launched the Smarter Stand for iPad on Kickstarter last year, has announced a new project focused on the iPhone. The new project, the Smarter Stand for iPhone, is a kickstand that uses the headphone jack on the iPhone as a mounting point, making it possible...
Smarterflo opens Smarter Stand for iPhone project on Kickstarter

iFixit tears down Retina MacBook Pro, updated MacBook Air

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Repair outfit iFixit has conducted teardowns of two of Apple's new MacBook models, including the Retina version of the MacBook Pro. iFixit in fact complains that the system is the "least repairable laptop" it has ever taken apart. It uses special pentalobe screws, for instance, which like the iPhone 4,...
iFixit tears down Retina MacBook Pro, updated MacBook Air

V-Moda's M-100 audiophile headphones get ready for mass production, we go ears on

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V-Moda's been seriously edging for the audiophile crowd lately -- namely with its Crossfade M-80 on-ear headphones, the VAMP headphone amp for the iPhone 4/4S, and a soon-to-be disclosed followup dubbed as Vamp Versa. That brings us to its soon-to-be released M-100 headphones, which haven't really been a secret...
V-Moda's M-100 audiophile headphones get ready for mass production, we go ears on

The Kogeto Dot For iPhones Lets You Shoot 360-Degree Video

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This is the Kogeto Dot for iPhone 4, 4S, and 5. Why We Love It: The Kogeto Dot is an attachable video camera for your iPhone that records 360 degree footage. Not only does it let you get panoramic shots, but there's an interactive video component, too. It snaps easily...
The Kogeto Dot For iPhones Lets You Shoot 360-Degree Video
Carriers ordering nano-SIMs ahead of next iPhone launch, FT reports

O2 Refresh Tariff Splits Smartphone and Data Plan Cost In The UK

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Mobile network operator O2 has unveiled a new contract plan in the UK today called O2 Refresh, which separates the cost of the handset and the user’s airtime plan. The tariff will be available in-store from April 16 and allows consumers to upgrade their handset at any time. It’s a...
O2 Refresh Tariff Splits Smartphone and Data Plan Cost In The UK
This Tripod Mount For iPhones Will Make Snapping Pictures A Breeze

Someone please make this iPhone Smart Cover

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In one of my habitual clicking sprees on Twitter I came across a Dribbble shot that I just had to share. This one is from designer Adrien Olczak and it’s of a design for an iPhone smart cover that mirrors the one Apple currently makes for the iPad and iPad mini. I...
Someone please make this iPhone Smart Cover

Swivl turns your iPhone into a self-tracking cameraman

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Since I only have two arms, capturing myself on video with an iPhone is basically a non-event. It’s not that I’m narcissistic; I often do gadget reviews on camera or interview folks at trade shows. The iPhone 4S actually works well in both cases and alleviates the need to carry...
Swivl turns your iPhone into a self-tracking cameraman
Review: Mophie's iPhone 5 Juice Pack Helium and Air battery cases compared
Wallee magnetic mount for iPhone, Nexus looks to Kickstarter

First unboxing of Retina iPad shows a whole lot of nothing [Video]

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Tinhte.vn appears to have gotten their hands on a legitimate 3rd generation iPad.  The site in the past has gotten early access Apple products and prototypes and this appears to be legitimate.  There isn’t much to note except that the added size and weight don’t seem to make much...
First unboxing of Retina iPad shows a whole lot of nothing [Video]

The government could soon be using an iPhone to check your identity

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Identity verification specialist AOptix is offering an iPhone-based biometric identification system aimed at government customers. While there are existing solutions out there, the AOptix one is unusually comprehensive: it can recognise your face, iris, voice and fingerprints. The system – intended for border checks, defense and healthcare applications – comprises a special...
The government could soon be using an iPhone to check your identity
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