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A new device allowing diabetics to manage their condition using their iPhone is going on sale today. New App To Help Diabetics Manage Disease

Quickly increasing iPad and iPhone sales will cause Apple’s spending on gadget displays to almost double this year. Apple Expected to Spend $9B on iPhone, iPad Displays in 2012

Rokform is known for their industrial metal cases for the iPhone and iPod Touch. While I was visiting Rokform at Macworld 2012, they were nice enough to let me know about their latest case, the Rokbed V3 for the iPhone 4/4s, which they gave me to try out free of charge. Review: Stay Protected with the Rokbed V3 Case for the iPhone 4/4S

The dust has barely settled on the new iPad, but, as is always the case, there’s another Apple photography patent to check out. Next iPhone, iPad camera to have facial self-timer?

4G? Psh. Tell us when a software update transforms our phones into 5G devices: Then we’ll be excited. Why Does My iPhone 4S Now Say 4G, Not 3G? 

Apple certainly has lots of buzz and corporate cache behind its products, but there’s a hidden — almost mundane — reason its newest iPad is likely to dominate the competition: the advantageous deals the company cuts with components manufacturers. Total domination: Why Apple’s iPad is crushing the tablet market

Since Apple’s new iPad was announced on Wednesday the tablethas generated interest that has been off the scale. Learning about next iPhone (5) from new iPad

The first wave of popular photo/video apps let you can add cool filters to your images to make them unique before sharing them across all your social networks. Vibop for iPhone Offers Twitter-Like Theme for Videos

It seems like every few months, consumers are forming long lines to purchase the next hottest advance in technology. Hello, Dr. iPhone: Would you use an app to diagnose your ailments?

RIM’s got more trouble than its battered share price. Research in Motion’s BlackBerry appears to be losing its dominance in Washington. BlackBerry losing out to iPhone in Washington, D.C.

 

 

 


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