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LG Revolution review

June 1st, 2011

“4G” can mean a lot of things these days. For some carriers, it started out as marketing speak that did little beyond confusing customers. For others, 4G represents a next-generation network that might help ease the strain of a new breed of data-hungry smartphone users that have brought a nationwide 3G network to its knees. …

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May 31st, 2011

May 25th – 31st Apple to announce back to school special at WWDC? $200 off an iPad or free iPod touch? HTC DROID Incredible 2 review LG Revolution hands-on Netflix app can be installed on any Android phone without rooting Apple Store planking: Idiots work for Apple, too HTC Flyer review BlackBerry Monaco, Monza could …

iWork for iPhone hands-on

May 31st, 2011

Apple announced that their popular iWork suite of apps are now compatible on iPhone and iPod touch devices a little earlier today, and you know we had to get up close and personal with them. For starters, the apps are full versions of the existing app that ran on the iPad, and even from browsing …

Twitter to be integrated in the system-level in iOS 5?

May 31st, 2011

Both Daring Fireball and TechCrunch are reporting that Apple’s iOS 5, the next major software release for Apple’s mobile devices, will integrate Twitter (and most likely Facebook, with possibly other social services) at the system-level, offering up unique social experiences beyond just simple photo-sharing. TechCrunch has heard: We’ve heard from multiple sources that Twitter is …

Android is now the most popular smartphone platform among BGR mobile readers

May 31st, 2011

While Apple’s iPhone had a head start, there’s just no stopping Google’s Android OS as far as market share is concern. What’s interesting is that, generally, web browsing on an iPhone had been a much more enjoyable experience, thus the higher web browsing stats from the iPhone versus other smartphones. Fast forward to today, and web browsing …

MacBook Air in short supply as refresh nears

May 31st, 2011

Global supplies of Apple’s MacBook Air laptops are dwindling as the consumer electronics giant prepares to refresh the line, 9to5 Mac reports. The Apple enthusiast blog cites multiple sources in stating that shipments of the Air are currently constrained, and the site also points out that remaining MacBook Air inventory is now on sale at …

Steve Jobs to unveil iOS 5, iCloud, OS X Lion at WWDC next week

May 31st, 2011

Apple confirmed on Tuesday that CEO Steve Jobs will be on hand at the company’s Worldwide Developer Conference next week to unveil Apple’s next-generation software. Jobs and other Apple executives will finally take the wraps off iOS 5, the highly anticipated software update iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users around the world have been clamoring …

Rolls-Royce iOS app lets you design your car from home

May 30th, 2011

One of the most impressive uses for a device like an iPhone or iPad is that it can give potential customers access and capabilities that were previously impossible. In the case of the Rolls-Royce iOS app for iOS, car lovers can now build their own Rolls-Royce Phantom, Ghost, or any other vehicle in the lineup right …

Samsung’s lawyers demand access to iPhone 5, iPad 3

May 30th, 2011

After a federal judge ordered Samsung to grant Apple access to several unreleased devices last week, the Korean electronics giant responded by demanding the same access to Apple’s unannounced iPhone 5 and iPad 3. Apple and Samsung are currently tied up in a legal battle surrounding Apple’s claims that several new Samsung devices “copy Apple’s technology, …