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Yahoo To Pick Snoop Dogg As New CEO Replacement For Bartz

Posted in News by Staff on September 8, 2011
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Yesterday’s sudden firing of Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz from board of directors of the company, as reported by Bartz, she received the firing notice over the phone. Yeah! In other side, it also comes up with a bigger and most difficult question for us, and for the company. Who will be the next CEO? While Yahoo has yet announced the new proper CEO for the company, rapper Snoop Dogg stepped into the most popular micro-blogging platform Twitter, and speaks about for the new CEO of Yahoo:

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[Cydia/AppStore] MobiShield: Anti-Virus And Security Software For iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad


MobiShield is a new application that has entered Cydia that allows you to check a variety of information on your iDevice such as your IP address, ram status and battery status.

MobieShield’s main features include a Security Scanner which checks for security flaws on your iDevice, Battery monitoring which displays graphical battery information, Memory usage monitoring which provides a list of currently running processing and so much more. MobiShield is one of the first heavily developed Anti-Virus software for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

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Two Suppliers Highlighted To Provide 8-Megapixel Cameras For iPhone 5

Posted in News by Staff on September 6, 2011
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Most of you who are waiting for the iPhone 5 just because of its long rumored A5 Processor and 8 Megapixel camera which allows you to capture HD videos and pictures, and allow you to beat the result of DSLR camera’s, but till now it’s only a rumored specification of iPhone 5. According to a new report by Taiwan Economic News, Apple has inked a deal with two manufactures to provide the 8-Megapixel camera modules for iPhone 5. The report suggests Apple has revised its contract with the current camera manufactures Largan Precision and Genius Electronic Optical, who currently provides 5-Megapixel camera sensors to Apple for iPhone 4.

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Atari Will Release Official Atari Arcade Joystick For iPad Soon

Posted in News by Staff on September 6, 2011
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Atari has published an update to their Atari’s Greatest Hits iOS application, to include the support for their upcoming unreleased joystick device for Apple’s iPad, also the update contains bug fixes. Atari has not announced publicly through any blog, instead they point out their upcoming joystick device “Atari Arcade — Duo Powered” for iPad, in the description of their iOS app..

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Apple Will Shortly Start Selling 3G iPad 2 Model In China

Posted in News by Staff on September 6, 2011
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Apple has been only permission to sell its iPad 2’s Wi-Fi Model in China, but now according to the report of Wall Street Journal, Apple has now granted certification from the government to sell its 3G capable iPad 2 model in China’s mainland. Apple has got the “network access license” from the telecom authority of China, and now offers 3G capable iPad 2 model along with Wi-Fi model in China.

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Facebook and Twitter buttons now at online Apple Store

Posted in News by Staff on September 5, 2011
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Today, the company rolled out the social sharing buttons for every product sold on the online store, including printers, accessories, speakers and other third-party products. It’s easy, just browse the store for a product you would like to share, click the right side of the select tab and then choose Twitter or Facebook to share. We’ve also noticed that various sections of Apple’s support site have been unavailable since yesterday, including the Repair Status, Product Registration and Service & Support Coverage tools. These outages do not appear to have anything to do with the store-wide social sharing, which is already live. It could be just a maintenance upgrade, but the company could as well be revamping other store sections ahead of the iPhone 5 launch.

 

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Deutsche Telekom confirms iPhone 5 reservations

Posted in News by Staff on September 5, 2011
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German-language Focus.de is reporting (Google translation) that T-Mobile customers in the country are now allowed to reserve Apple’s unreleased handset, the iPhone 5. 9to5Mac has also received several tips from our readers confirming that the Deutsche Telekom-owned wireless operators has in fact begun issuing so-called Premieren Ticket, basically support tickets – one per customer – for early adopters and informed buyers who couldn’t be otherwise convinced into buying the existing iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS.

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