4.7-Inch iPhone 6 To Go Into Production This Month

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According to Reuters, Apple’s manufacturing partner Foxconn will start mass production of 4.7-inch iPhone 6 this month and the production of 5.5-inch version will start next month. Read More

Delay In Launch Of 12″ MacBook Air


According to Taiwan’s Economic Daily News, Apple might push back the release of its rumoured 12-inch MacBook to late 2014 or early 2015. Initial rumours had suggested the launch towards fall 2014. The most probable reason for the hold up is the short supply of Intel’s 14-nanometer Broadwell chips which will be used in the MacBook. According to another rumour, U-series Broadwell chips may not ship until February 2015, hence delaying it even further. There have been numerous instances in the past when Intel’s chips have caused delay in the release of MacBooks. Read More

Tank Titans HD – Protect the Battlefield With Your Tank (Review)

tank titansThere are few simulation games on the App Store that actually give you the feel of the way things work in the real world with complete freedom. Some lack in graphics and some in gameplay, but Tank Titans, developed by Reece Campbell, provides you the opportunity to get into your own personal military tank and defeat your enemy. Filled with a vast number of customization and a realistic tank gameplay, Tank Titans gets close to providing the same experience you get from a video game console. Read More

Twitter App To Receive Update With DM History


In an upcoming update for the Android Twitter App, users will be able to view older Direct Messages on their mobile devices, and also reliably and consistently delete them across platforms. Read More

New Nvidia SHIELD Coming On 29th July For $299

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Nvidia has a new Android-powered SHIELD gaming tablet in the works, and its renders were leaked on Thursday. Yesterday, however, we received more detailed specifications of the device. Read More

Bill Campbell Shares Thoughts As He Steps Down From Apple Board


After spending 17 years with Apple, Bill Campbell has stepped down from the board of directors. Campbell will be replaced by BlackRock co-founder Sue Wagner. In an exclusive interview with Fortune, the one-time Apple executive Bill Campbell shared the interesting insights of the years he spent at Apple. He was recruited as the head of marketing in 1983 by John Sculley. Read More

Aerial Pictures Of Apple’s Spaceship Campus Show Rapid Construction


KCBS traffic reporter Ron Cervi has posted two photos to Twitter and Instagram that show drastic progress being made at Apple’s Campus 2 site. Read More

Nokia And Microsoft Abandon Android-Powered Nokia X

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While Windows Phone isn’t particularly popular, if there is one thing Nokia did well it was their Lumia line. But majority of us wanted a device that looked like the Lumia but ran Android, and so Nokia and Microsoft gave us Nokia X. Read More

LG Announces 5″ G3 Beat, Coming to South Korea Tomorrow

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LG has just announced the G3 Beat, a mid-level phone sporting a 5″ 720p display. The device features a Quad Core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 Processor, an 8MP Laser focused rear camera, a 1.3MP front facing camera, and 8GB of internal storage. Read More

Apple Rolls Out ‘iTunes Pass’ In United States and Australia

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After rolling out its new iTunes Pass service in Japan, Apple has begun to offer the same service in United States and Australia. iTunes Pass service allows users to use a Passbook card to add credit to an iTunes account from an Apple Retail Store. iTunes Pass is good for people who want to avoid using credit card or iTunes Gift card for iTunes and App Store purchases. Read More