Patently Apple recently dug up a patent filed way back in 2009 that relates to Cloud music streaming with iTunes. Apple, calling the service ”seamless and invisible to the user,” details how the service picks the location to retrive data whether it is local or stored on a server. Here’s a segment from the patent:
Last week, Toshiba announced a new type of 4-inch smartphone screen. It would have been pushed aside as yet another LCD display if it weren’t for its 367 ppi (pixels per inch). It appears that Toshiba has outclassed the 3.5-inch 960-by-640 326 ppi Retina Display on the iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G. Engadget had […]
Researchers experts at multiple universities are now claiming that almost all smartphones running Google’s Android software could be allowing third party companies to use user’s “digital tokens” that could allow access to services such as Google Calendar and Contacts. The issue, which affects all devices running versions of Android prior to 2.3.3, relates to handling […]
The much anticipated iPad 2 Jailbreak has been speculated about since before the day of the iPad 2′s release. However some other “Apple News Sites” have jumped the gun yet again on their speculations for an iPad 2 Jailbreak. Sites such as Redmondpie and others reported that the iPad 2 Jailbreak would be available in […]
According to “Stop it, AT&T”, Apple is looking for people to fill job openings for a Carrier Engineering Team member in the Kansas City Missouri area. The following is from Stop it, AT&T’s posting.
Toshiba is one of the companies that Apple has allegedly contracted to build future displays for their devices. This quote is an older quote, but still: Toshiba Corp will spend about 100 billion yen ($1.19 billion) to build a factory for making small LCD panels, mainly to supply to Apple Inc’s iPhones, the Nikkei business daily […]
We have recently received information that Apple is planning something big for their 10th Retail Anniversary or Thursday the 19th of this month.
Sadly, we have some interesting news that Japanese PSN fans will find hard to read, Sony has been prevented from turning it’s PlayStation Network services back on in Japan by the Japanese government. Engadget suggests that Dow Jones reporters are saying that the Japanese government won’t “allow Sony to flick the switch until they’ve received assurances […]