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  1. Apple Patents "Drop Protection" Technology

    How many phones have you lost because you dropped them? Hard to remember them all, isn't it? Apple recently patented a new technology which will help protect your phone from damage suffered due to being dropped and it just might change everything. The patent, which was awarded on Tuesday and first reported by AppleInsider, describes how an electronic device in...
  2. Apple’s iPhones and iPads break sales records in Q1 2014, still fails to meet analyst expectations

    Apple announced its earnings for the first fiscal quarter of 2014 on Monday, and the numbers being thrown about were nothing short of staggering. The Cupertino giant earned a $13.1 billion profit out of a revenue of $57.6 billion. It managed to sell a frankly incredible 26 million iPads and 51 million iPhones. Both of these figures beat Apple’s own records for sales in a single quarter, but it may still not have been enough to meet Wall Street’s expectations. Regardless, read on below the break to know more.             Continue reading →
  3. Analyst claims that the iPhone 6's design and specifications are 'locked down'

    There's been a lot of talk about what Apple's next iPhone(s) will be like. Some of the rumors have verged on the outlandish, with 5.7" iPhone (iPhablet?) models being thrown about by the press. Now, an analyst has claimed that Apple has finally zeroed in on what it actually wants to do with the iPhone 6, and he claims that they have 'locked down' its screen size, among other things. Read on below the break to know more.       Continue reading →
  4. Apple to pay $32.5 million to settle in-app purchases lawsuit

    There had been a furor about the ease with which in-app purchases could be used to rack up huge credit card bills with little warning about it a few months ago. The proliferation of freemium apps has led to in-app purchases being more common than ever, and it made it more likely than ever for anyone to max out someone’s credit card on the App Store with in-app purchases (inadvertently or not) with little chance of a refund. This became a systemic issue when kids using their parents’ iPads ended up racking up bills as much as $2600 according to recent reports, and a lawsuit filed against Apple in the Federal Trade Commission over this regard has ended with Apple having to pay $32.5 million to settle the case. Read on to know more.       [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="634" caption="via Daily Mail/Reuters"][/caption] Continue reading →
  5. 'Icycle: On Thin Ice' : Review

    Icycle : On thin ice is one of the most bizzare games on the App store. You get to play as a naked man riding a bicycle through an ice riddled wonderland. The strangeness of this game is its most curious aspect and make you want to try it out.     The uniqueness of Icycle is not its gameplay...
  6. Daddy Was A Thief for iOS and Android : Review

    Daddy was a thief is a Rebel Twins' game, which can best be described by the phrase "endless faller". In this game you get to play as a dad who has to escape after robbing a bank. There is some backstory provided in the splash screen of the game, which tells us that the guy has been fired from his...
  7. Toca Builders: Minecraft for Kids

    Apple's free app of this week is a kids' app called Toca Builders. It is a creative building app, aimed at kids between ages 6 and 8. The game resembles Minecraft a lot, which means that players can create 3D worlds using colorful cubes.     Upon starting a game, the player gets to choose from 6 different builders. Each...
  8. Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 : At a Glance

    Samsung has announced a new phone in its lineup and it is none other than the Galaxy Grand successor, Glaxy Grand 2. Images of the new Galaxy Grand were leaked recently on a technology portal, but there was no official news about this 5.25 inch device. Named after its immediate predecessor, Galaxy Grand, the Galaxy Geand 2 comes with improved...
  9. Combo Crew for iOS Review

    Combo crew is an unusual fighting game. While most such mobile games employ virtual on screen controls which actually are very cumbersome to use, Combo Crew uses multitouch gestures which make the gameply immensely satisfying.   Players have to fight hundreds of minions to advance and ultimately battle the boss, aptly named Mr. Boss. The game has got everything in...
  10. 'Call of Duty: Strike Team' Review

    Activision's latest Call of Duty game for mobile devices has come after a gap of almost 2 years. Call of Duty: Strike Team is different from the previous version in that it is not just a port of the console game, but properly optimized for mobile devices.     In Call of Duty : Strike Team, players get to follow...

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